This year’s World Cup looks to be no different when it comes to creating catchy music for us to blast all summer long. In fact, I’m already obsessed with this year’s official song. It’s called “We Are One (Ole Ola)” and it features indie music scenesters Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull More
Topic: World Cup
So THAT’s what all the street shouting was about – Spain won the World Cup! Yaaaay? Well, now we’re aware of the existence of a “vuvuzela” and a “Cristiano Ronaldo.” (via The Associated Press)
World Cup soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo can now list “daddy” on his list of accomplishments. Christiano reveals on his Facebook that he welcomed a son with an unidentified woman. The announcement, below: It is with great joy and emotion that … More
And in this story that we might have totally missed had it not been for Perez Hilton‘s tweet yesterday afternoon: Golden heiress Paris Hilton was arrested yesterday for supposedly taking part in a “Chace Crawford” (what we’re going to call … More
And some people are still taking the games really, really seriously. Like this dude. (Image via Getty)
Just hours before last night’s dramatic episode of The City aired, Whitney Port was on hand at MTV Studios to support boyfriend Ben Nemtin of The Buried Life, who spoke to a crowd of do-gooder youth at the MTV Youth … More
The New York Post Makes Us LOL – We might have lost the World Cup, but at least Rupert Murdoch‘s staff is keeping their sense of humor. (Minus any puns!) (via Buzzfeed)
Matthew Morrison Shows Off Masculine Side With New Arm Candy – The Glee star has been spotted with British model Kelly Brook, watching the World Cup in a London pub. How manly, Mr. Schue! (via Just Jared)
America SCORES!!!! — The moment, remixed for your pleasure. (via The Awl)
WORLD CUP FEVER!!!! — Will the U.S. beat Algeria today? Fingers crossed. Are we suddenly soccer fans? Yes, for many reasons (Kaka being one of them). (via the Huffington Post)
Soccer players in soccer uniforms are cute, but you know what’s cuter? Dogs in soccer uniforms. In honor of the World Cup, behold our gallery of pups in jerseys.
Vuvuzela Fever – Want to learn more about those weird horns used at the World Cup that sort of sound like the dramatic background music in Lost? It’ll take your mind off of last night’s Celtics game, at least. (via PopEater)
Nike – no longer the world’s most hated brand now that BP is around – used 3,000 regulation soccer balls to create this giant sculpture for the World Cup. His name is Ballman. Seriously.
Honestly, we’d rather hear a thousand vuvuzelas going off at once than imagine that new-dad John Travolta sang the entirety of “You’re The One That I Want” to the Australian World Cup Players. Like, did he do the girl parts … More