MTV is reviving its popular 1990s show House of Style and is reportedly reaching out to Blindie’s fave up-and-coming model Chanel Iman to host.

According to the New York Post, the music network is also reaching out to Leonardo DiCaprio’s on-and-off-again girlfriend Bar Refaeli to possibly host as well.

The show, which made such models as Cindy Crawford and Rebecca Romijn accessible to Gen X, went off the air in 2000.

Read More

The New Zealand comedic music group Flight of the Conchords wraps up their second season on HBO as they announce plans to tour North America and are poised to take home a second Grammy in the best comedy album category.

Group members Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement cultivated their act as an improvised BBC radio series referring to themselves as “Formerly New Zealand’s fourth most popular guitar-based digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo.” Their self-titled HBO series premiered in the United States and Canada in 2007 and follows the pair as they fictitiously try to achieve success as an indie band in New York City.

Flight of the Conchords will launch their North American tour this spring on April 6th.

TOUR DATES:
April 6: Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Bay PAC)

April 7: Coral Gables, Fla. (U of M Bank United Center)

April 8: Orlando, Fla. (UCF Arena)

April 10: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)

April 11: Atlanta (Fox Theater)

April 13: Washington, D.C. (DAR Constitution Hall)

April 14: New York (Radio City Music Hall) …..

Read More

As the country continues to celebrate, scrutinize and dissect the fashion and performances from the inaugural festivities, Aretha Franklin’s performance and her hat have become a popular subject.

While the Queen of Soul’s hat is in high demand with designer Luke Song receiving so many orders for the gigantic bow-tied, Swarovski-crystal encrusted adornment, that he’s run out of fabric, her performance of “My Country Tis’ of Thee” has been parodied by comedian Greg Scarnici.

Scarnici is known for his music video parodies and gives a hilarious rendition of Franklin’s powerful but less than stellar inaugural performance.

Read More