Led Zeppelin Gets Sued, Taylor Swift Gets Sued, Britney Spears Is Nice, and Brad Pitt Is Perfect
05.21.14 by Leslie
Apparently Led Zeppelin is being sued for plagiarizing “Stairway to Heaven.” This news may not be new to some of you as there is a YouTube video playing both the song “Taurus” by the band Spirit and “Stairway to Heaven” together. However, it has taken them a while to finally sue the band. Why now? Led Zeppelin is releasing a remastered version of the song. How’s that for a 1970s throwback!?
Taylor Swift's lucky number is 13. Her birthday is on December 13th, her first album went gold in 13 weeks, and every time she has won an award she was seated in the 13th row. Well, that's not good enough for the apparel company Lucky 13; they are sighting trademark infringement because she wears the Lucky 13 trademark everywhere and even sells it on some of her own apparel. Really, all she has to do to get out of this is to buy the company. Taylor Swift can probably afford that, right?
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Brad Pitt wasn’t just hanging out on balconies in New Orleans, he was actually there for a good reason. This weekend Brad threw a party called the “Make It Right Gala,” an auction that raised money to buy houses for people in need. Brad Pitt: throws beers to friends, buys houses for the needy, has a fantastic smile, and apparently is incapable of doing wrong.
Britney Spears surprised a few fans after their viral wedding video caught her eye. These folks danced to “Work, B*tch” at a wedding reception and then - BOOM - got to meet Britney Spears. It’s as easy as that, people. Get married, perfectly choreograph a dance to a popular song, get that video to go viral, have it shown to the pop star and then - boom - you get to meet them. #JustThatEasy
What is Dancing With the Stars without a little drama? This time it's the fans that have been causing a stir. Instead of the lowest scoring team getting kicked off (DJ Tanner, ahem, Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Gallas), James Maslow gets the boot. Fans are blaming a glitch in the Facebook voting system. Facebook? You all know we can’t trust Facebook, right?