- 1 The Most Memorable Pop Culture Moments of 2013
- 2 Pop Culture In Review for the Year 2013
- 3 Music
- 4 Art
- 5 Literature
- 6 Fashion
- 7 Film
- 8 Television
- 9 Radio
- 10 News
- 11 Technology
- 12 Sports
- 13 Final Word
- 14 Related posts:
- 15 The 17 Best Things That Happened To Pop Culture In 2013
- 15.1 2. Breaking Bad
- 15.2 3. Chris Christie
- 15.3 4. Jennifer Lawrence
- 15.4 5. Jimmys On Talk Shows
- 15.5 6. The Almightly Listicle
- 15.6 7. Arianna Grande
- 15.7 8. Beyonce
- 15.8 9.Emily Ratajkowski
- 15.9 10. Johnny Football
- 15.10 11. Kendrick Lamar
- 15.11 12. The Royal Baby
- 15.12 13. Game of Thrones, the Red Wedding, and maybe the greatest TV Twitter moment ever
- 15.13 14. The Song‘Wagon Wheel’
- 15.14 16.Pitch Perfect, Anna Kendrick, and that stupid‘Cups’song that I hate but kind of love.
- 15.15 17. Miley Cyrus
- 16 2013 Trivia, History and Fun Facts
- 17 The 2013 Pop Culture Awards: The good, the bad and the ugly
- 17.1 Most baffling interview that sure seemed like it was about Scientology, even if it wasn’t
- 17.2 Second Annual “Gangnam Style” Award for Most Ubiquitous Hit That Listeners Enjoy Ironically — At First
- 17.3 Worst “Let’s just finish this script already and go get a donut” moment
- 17.4 Most Un-Love-able restaurant closure
- 17.5 Biggest Accomplishment of the Year (Kim Kardashian division)
- 17.6 Most shocking overshare
- 17.7 Most surprising thing to be having a moment
- 17.8 Worst way to lose your TV show
- 17.9 Juiciest Broadway battle
- 17.10 Weirdest way to spend quality time with a movie star
- 17.11 Best breaking of fashion barriers
- 17.12 Best proof that no promotion is the best promotion
- 17.13 Worst attempt to inject life into a fading franchise
- 17.14 The “Yes, This Story Was Heavily Covered by CNN” Award
- 17.15 Best reunion for a boy band (or at least 80 percent of it)
- 17.16 Most pointless Internet meme
- 17.17 Most romantic tweet
- 17.18 The Sixth Time’s the Charm Award
- 17.19 Best music video probably conceived and directed by a 15-year-old boy
- 17.20 Worst cancellation
- 17.21 Best moment for a movie that might be OK to pass the time on a flight one day
- 17.22 Biggest thumbs down
- 17.23 Most courageous revelation
- 17.24 Worst moment of déjà vu
- 17.25 Yeahhhhh, boy! Best stretching of the term “Rock and Roll”
- 18 What Happened in 2013 inc. Pop Culture, Prices and Major News Events
- 19 Pop Culture Moments 2013
- 20 The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
The Most Memorable Pop Culture Moments of 2013
Please try your search again. After another full rotation around the sun, we’ve made it! What better way to commemorate the occasion than to reminisce on the pop culture moments that stayed with us, made us laugh, and inspired us to do better in the future? Our favorite videos include anything from a five-year-old superhero to an anti-pop pop singer who is sixteen years old, as well as interpretive dance and a twisted Forever 21 dream. Watch the video below to find out more. Batkid comes to the rescue!
Last month, San Francisco was converted into the fictional city of Gotham.
A runaway cable car on Russian Hill was staged so that Batkid (and his adult Batman sidekick) could rescue a damsel in distress, a bank robbery in the Financial District was staged by the Riddler (and foiled!
Batkid completed the day by visiting City Hall, where he was presented with the key to the city by the mayor.
- Even a special ” Gotham City Chronicle” edition of the San Francisco Chronicle was published to honor the event.
- -Tony Bravo, et al.
- Lorde has continued her anti-pop rule by releasing the most anti-video video for “Tennis Court,” humbly stunning the world in interviews when she expresses her thoughts on other pop artists, and disclosing that she is a major book nerd, among other things.
- The first time that adults can sit and listen to a teenager’s pop record without feeling even a little uncomfortable about the fact that they understand precisely where she’s coming from is when she releases her debut album.
- HBO has canceled the show Enlightened.
- The statement by the behemoth network that Enlightened had been axed came as little surprise to those who followed the news.
- The skewed tone, the unlikeable hero, and the existential concerns were dislike anything else on television, and each viewing experience was unique and meaningful as a result of these elements.
The news of Amy Jellicoe’s death still makes me wonder how she would have responded.
Alternatively, she may have taken it all in stride, found comfort in her crystals, and carried on.
-David Aloi, in his own words Daft Punk has canceled their appearance on The Colbert Report with less than 24 hours notice.
Due to a rumored exclusivity agreement with MTV, Colbert received news about Daft Punk’s cancellation of their appearance on his program around 24 hours before the episode was scheduled to tape.
Daft Punk and Van Toffler, the head of MTV’s network, received hilarious remarks from Colbert, who pulled up his sleeves to deliver them.
Eventually, it was revealed that the film had not been created on the fly, but had been previously recorded for another purpose and had been repurposed as the ideal answer to this horrible issue in question.
Whether it was planned or not, the video (as well as the entire show) was a fantastic save and a spectacular moment in pop culture during 2013.
Many things about the year 2013 were near and dear to my heart, but if I had to choose out one pop culture relic from this odd and wonderful year, I would chose Prince Rama’s short film, Never Forever.
This mesmerizing insanity is perfectly embodied by the band, who create concept albums about the apocalypse while simultaneously Instagramming their raccoon assault in Central Park and penning food columns with a sick hipster dedication to mis-capitalization.
They are both performance artists and rock stars, and probably a little bit of everything in between, and they embody an irreverent and savvy approach to identity and creation that I find incredibly refreshing and inspiring.
A crazy wonderful, terrifying, fantasy jumble of pictures that make me wish I’d thought them myself, the film is 17 minutes long.
Kenneth Anger and Alejandro Jodorowsky are two of the most famous directors in the world.
Zombie Aesthetics is a term that refers to the aesthetics of zombies.
The Big Apple is a city in the United States of America.
Monster Energy is a kind of energy drink.
Lao Tsu was a Chinese philosopher.
The Billboard Hot 100 is a list of the most popular songs in the United States.
They are known as the Unarians.
Afternoon Meshes are a type of woven fabric.
And it appears to be about accurate.
A hazy neon extravaganza that culminated with them leaping off the platform, clearing a dancing circle, and proceeding to do a great lengthy dance performance that included aerobic lunges and ballet kicks, among other things.
Everything about it was really engaging and captivating.
I had the impression that I was actually a part of another world, part Forever 21, part Meshes of the Afternoon, and I enjoyed it.
The year 2013 was jam-packed with remarkable moments.
Perhaps less depressingly, when I forgot about the hashtag and spent hours listening to Mariah Carey’s ” Beautiful.” Alternatively, any time Jennifer Lawrence did anything at all was criticized (her casual anecdote about pooping her pants is a favorite).
To refresh your memory, Slaylor Giftfromgodis well-known at award events for herOMG I won?!?
Whether she tries to or not, she manages to redirect all of the audience’s attention away from the performance and onto her story-telling arm gestures, much to the amusement of her neighbors.
It represents joie de vivre at its finest (and nerdiest), and it serves as an excellent reminder to dance (or simply live your life) as though you don’t give a damn. -Emmanuel Hapsis is a writer and poet.
Pop Culture In Review for the Year 2013
Again, thank you for your patience. After another trip around the sun, we’ve completed the circle! Why not commemorate the occasion by reflecting on the pop culture moments that have remained in our memories, made us laugh, and inspired to do better in our daily lives in the years since? Our favorite videos include everything from a five-year-old superhero to an anti-pop pop singer who is sixteen years old, as well as interpretive dancing and a twisted Forever 21 fantasy. The Batkid comes to the rescue once more!
It happened right here in our own backyard that one of the year’s most memorable pop culture moments occurred.
for the purpose of giving Miles, a five-year-old boy in remission from leukemia, the opportunity to live out his childhood dream of being “Batkid” for a day That same day, a team from the “Make a Wish” Foundation staged a runaway cable car on Russian Hill so that Batkid (and his adult Batman sidekick) could rescue a damsel in distress, a bank robbery in the Financial District at the hands of the Riddler (which was foiled!
), and a kidnapping of the Giants’ mascot Lou Seal in Union Square (which culminated in Batkid’s capture of the Penguin A final stop on Batkid’s day was City Hall, where he was presented with a key to the city by the mayor.
For the occasion, the San Francisco Chronicle published a special edition called the ” Gotham City Chronicle.” We were reminded of all that is wonderful about our beautiful city as the world’s eyes and media turned their attention to us: the courage to take risks, the desire to dress up and pretend, the capacity of ordinary residents to spot a genuine hero when they see one.
- With the release of the most anti-video video for “Tennis Court,” humbly stunning in interviews when she expresses her thoughts on other pop artists, and the revelation that she is a great book nerd, Lorde continues to cement her anti-pop position.
- The first time that adults can sit and listen to a teenager’s pop album without feeling even a little ashamed about the fact that they understand precisely where she’s coming from is when she releases her debut single.
- Enlightened has been canceled by HBO.
- The revelation that Enlightened had been terminated by the titan network came as little surprise to anyone.
- It was unlike anything else on television; the tilted tone, the unlikeable hero, and the philosophical questions made each viewing experience different yet thought-provoking.
- The news of Amy Jellicoe’s death still makes me wonder how she would have handled it.
- Alternatively, she may have taken it all in stride, found consolation in her crystals, and carried on regardless of the circumstances.
The following is a quotation by David Aloi: In the span of 24 hours, Daft Punk has canceled their appearance on The Colbert Report Notice Late night newsman Stephen Colbert invited French pop duo Daft Punk to perform on his show, The Colbert Report, in early August as part of his major summer concert series, StePhest Colbchella, which runs through the end of July.
- Unfazed, a visibly displeased Colbert proceeded with the program in full force, explaining that his sponsor Hyundai had already paid for it.
- In keeping with his promise, he next sang Daft Punk’s summer smash “Get Lucky” – but instead of performing live, he directed an amazing collaborative music video that included, among others, the Radio City Rockettes and Jeff Bridges and the cast of Breaking Bad.
- That in no way diminishes my enjoyment of the film or television show.
- ” -Natalie Grace” is an abbreviation for Natalie Grace.
- Many things about the year 2013 were near and dear to my heart, but if I had to choose out one pop culture artifact from this bizarre and wonderful year, I would choosePrince Rama’s short film, Never Forever, as my choice.
- In addition to performances at the Whitney and the MoMA Dome, Prince Rama also writes an advice column for MTV.
- As part of the Never Forever debut tour, I was fortunate enough to catch them play at The Chapel in the fall of 2017.
That’s what we were inspired by,” the band said of the film’s motivation.
Athletes participating in extreme sports are called “extreme athletes.” Kenneth Anger and Alejandro Jodorowsky are two of the most well-known directors working today.
Zombie Aesthetics is a term that refers to the practice of making zombies look attractive.
The Big Apple is a city in the United States of America centered on the island of Manhattan.
Having a good time is essential.
Bush, Kate, and the rest of the gang Lao Tsu was a Chinese philosopher and spiritual teacher.
The Billboard Hot 100 is a list of the most popular songs in the United States at the time of publication.
A group of people who believe in the Unarian religion.
Abercrombie & Fitch Holograms.
It’s Donna Summer,” she says.
After the screening of Never Forever, Prince Rama came out and put on one of the finest live performances I’ve ever witnessed, which was truly unforgettable.
When I saw them dancing with an older woman in the crowd, I was 99 percent certain it was their mother, and when I saw them crowd surfing with a crazy ass level of enthusiasm I hadn’t seen since high school, I knew it was their parents there.
As an audience member at a performance, I was frequently subjected to unnerving, lengthy eye contact from the performers, which made me feel like I was a part of something more than just a concertgoer.
Laura Schadler is a writer and editor.
In terms of noteworthy moments, the year 2013 was jam-packed with them.
But I decided against it.
If you want to be more specific, every time Jennifer Lawrence did anything at all (her casual anecdote about pooping her pants is a favorite).
You may not be aware that Slaylor Giftfromgodis well-known at award events, not only for herOMG I won?!?
In case you were unaware, Whether she means to or not, her story-telling arm gestures and the discomfort of her neighbors draw all of the audience’s attention away from the performance.
Joy de vivre at its finest (and nerdiest), and it’s a nice reminder to dance (or simply live your life) as if you don’t care what anybody else thinks of you. Emmanuel Hapsis is a writer and educator.
The year 2013 began with the release of Justin Timberlake’s new album, ‘The 20/20 Experience.’ ‘Future Sex/Love Sounds’ was released six years after the last album, which was also released six years before that. The album The 20/20 Experience was a big success. A total of 968,000 copies were sold during its initial week of release. As a result, it went on to become the best-selling album of the year in the United States of America.
Super Bowl XLVII
The Super Bowl has always been a highly anticipated event. A guessing game continues to be played by fans all across the world as to who will be performing this year. Fans of Alicia Keys and Beyoncé were in for a treat in 2013, when Alicia Keys sang the National Anthem before the Super Bowl halftime show, and Beyoncé performed during the halftime show. According to the audience, it was the finest performance they had ever seen and was well worth their time to watch it. Both Alicia Keys and Beyoncé remained in the public eye for the whole of the year as a result of fans and reviewers finding it difficult to forget about the performance.
‘Beyoncé’ by Beyoncé
Every year, the Super Bowl has been a thrilling occasion. A guessing game continues to be played by fans all around the world as to who will perform this year. Alicia Keys and Beyoncé fans were set for a surprise in 2013, when Alicia Keys sung the National Anthem before the Super Bowl halftime show, and Beyoncé performed throughout the event. Viewers said it was the finest performance they had ever seen and that it had been well worth their time to see. Because fans and reviewers found it difficult to forget the incident, both Alicia Keys and Beyoncé stayed in the public eye for the remainder of the year.
The Super Bowl has always been a high-octane occasion. Fans all across the world are keeping their fingers crossed as to who will be performing this year. Fans of Alicia Keys and Beyoncé were in for a surprise in 2013, when Alicia Keys sang the National Anthem and Beyoncé performed during the Super Bowl halftime show. Viewers said it was the finest performance they had ever seen and that it had been well worth their time. Because fans and reviewers found it difficult to forget the incident, both Alicia Keys and Beyoncé stayed in the public eye for the whole year.
Three Studies of Lucian Friend
Francis Bacon’s painting Three Studies of Lucian Friend is an oil on canvas that was completed in 1969. Lucian Freud, the artist shown in the artwork, is the focal point. The painting was sold at Christie’s New York Auction house in November 2013 to an unidentified bidder for an undisclosed sum. In total, it was sold for a whopping $142.4 million dollars. At the time of its sale, it was the most expensive piece of art ever sold at auction.
Statue of Rachel Carson
In July 2013, artist David Lewis constructed and placed a sculpture dedicated to Rachel Carson, which was dedicated to the late environmentalist. Rachel Carson was a biologist by training, and she dedicated her life to environmental protection. The statue, which was erected in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, was erected to commemorate and preserve her achievements.
“A scientific daughter of this site,” she was referred to as during the dedication ceremony. She will be remembered fondly by the people of Woodhole for her passion and commitment to the community.
In 2013, Malala Yousafzai officially dedicated the Library of Birmingham. It is a public library in the United Kingdom that is the largest of its kind in the world. The project, which cost 188.8 million pounds, is regarded as a landmark development in the area. Not only does the library draw in millions of visitors each year, but its magnificent structural design is also a visual treat for the eyes as well. Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani teenager who was the victim of a terrorist assault when she was sixteen years old.
The Cuckoo’s Calling
When the name J.K. Rowling is spoken, you can be sure that something monumental is about to be revealed. That was exactly the situation in 2013, when J.K. Rowling published a crime novel named ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’, which was set in the English countryside. Initially, neither the author of the book nor the name of the author were disclosed to the readers. It was able to sell 1,500 printed book copies as well as 7,000 electronic, audiobook, and library versions within the first week of its publication.
As a result, autographed editions of the book were selling for between $US 4,000 and $US 6,000.
Initially, when it was revealed that the Playboy had reached out to Kate Moss to pose for its magazine, folks were a little perplexed. The reason for this is that Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian, and Denise Richards were always among Playboy’s top picks for female roles. In other words, it singled out women who possessed physically more conspicuous characteristics than the average woman. The other was that Kate Moss was a star who had already appeared on the covers of practically every major magazine, so Playboy was not a significant event in her life.
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Initially, when it was revealed that the Playboy had reached out to Kate Moss to appear for its magazine, many people were perplexed. Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian, and Denise Richards were always favorites of Playboy’s, which was understandable. That is to say, it singled out females with physical characteristics that were disproportionately more conspicuous. However, Kate Moss was a star who had already appeared on the covers of nearly every prominent magazine, thus Playboy was not a significant event in her life.
After hearing that the Playboy had approached Kate Moss about posing for its magazine, many people were perplexed. The reason for this is that Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian, and Denise Richards were always among Playboy’s favorite actresses. In other words, it singled out women who had physical characteristics that were disproportionately conspicuous.
Kate Moss, on the other hand, was a star who had already appeared on the covers of practically every prominent magazine, thus Playboy was a minor event in her life. As a consequence, when the magazine was issued in December, she was photographed for the first time in a typical bunny attire.
When it was revealed that the Playboy had reached out to Kate Moss to appear for their magazine, many people were perplexed. The reason for this is because Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian, and Denise Richards were always favoured by Playboy. In other words, it singled out women who had physical characteristics that were disproportionately more conspicuous. Kate Moss, on the other hand, was a star who had already appeared on the covers of practically every prominent magazine, so Playboy was not a huge deal for her.
Time Warner Cable’s Announcement
In January, Time Warner Cable took a risky step by prohibiting advertisements for rifles and firearms on its network. Following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, President Obama announced a ban on assault weapons. Users praised the move and praised the cable provider for having a socially responsible stance in making the decision. As a result, Time Warner deleted and prohibited any advertisements related to firearms from all of its cable networks.
A bold move was taken by Time Warner Cable in January when it banned advertisements for firearms and rifles. The decision occurred after President Obama put a ban on assault weapons in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting in December 2012. Users praised the move and praised the cable provider for having a socially responsible stance in taking the initiative. As a result, Time Warner deleted and prohibited any advertisements relating to firearms from all of its cable networks.
In January, Time Warner Cable took a risky step by prohibiting advertisements for rifles and firearms. As a result of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, President Obama announced a ban on assault weapons. Users praised the move and praised the cable provider for having a socially responsible stance in taking the measure. As a result, Time Warner deleted and prohibited all advertisements for firearms from all of its cable networks.
Detroit had been a victim of gang violence for as long as anybody could remember. As a result, with the passing of each year, there was an enormous loss of people and an increasing amount of debt. Almost every day, a homicide or a targeted killing takes place somewhere in the world. Despite the fact that the city of Detroit, and notably the manufacturers in Detroit, received bailout packages, the situation was significantly worse. Detroit is well-known as a city that is home to a number of automobile manufacturers.
Meanwhile, people were seeing their pensions reduced and some were even filing for bankruptcy.
Boston Marathon Bombing
The bombing of the Boston Marathon was a tragic occurrence. It was disheartening to discover that someone had targeted persons who were participating in a marathon. In the beginning, there were two pressure cookers that burst, causing three individuals to die and 260 others to be injured. The device detonated at the finish line of the race. As a result, there were injuries among the audience members.
The inquiry began immediately, and the offenders were subsequently slain in a firefight that broke out between the two sides. During the tragedy, the entire city was brought to a full standstill. Since then, though, it has made a complete recovery.
Apple announced two new smartphones in September, the 5S and the 5C. Both cellphones were distinct from the normal iPhones that were being sold at the time. The 5C model was meant to be a more affordable alternative. Because not everyone could afford to spend hundreds of dollars on their gadgets, the corporation believed that it needed to reach out to a wider audience of substandard purchasers as well. The telephones had a positive reaction, however the line was discontinued with the introduction of the iPhone 5.
Sony Play Station 4 takes flight
Sony’s PlayStation has long had a devoted following among gamers. As a result, as soon as version 4 was released, people began forming lines outside Sony stores in order to obtain them. During the course of 24 hours, people around North America purchased one million units. As a result, the sales of gaming consoles took off as well, resulting in record-breaking numbers. Sony’s PlayStation 4 was the most popular of the company’s prior models, and it sold the most quickly.
The victory of Andy Murray against Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon was perhaps the most unexpected occurrence of the calendar year. Andy had had one U.S. Open victory in his career prior to upsetting Novak, with the rest of his matches ending in painful defeats. Andy was criticized by his detractors, who described him as someone who has skill but lacked mental capacity. Andy, on the other hand, never gave up hope. He developed and progressed as a tennis player until he returned to the court and delivered what both the criticism and Novak Djokovic had been waiting for.
Sloane Stephens defeats Serena Williams
Tennis lovers are in for another pleasant surprise. Sloane Stephens, a 19-year-old Australian, defeated Serena Williams in the Australian Open final. Obviously, Selena Williams was the favorite going into the tournament, but after dropping the first set, Sloane Stephens picked up her game. It seemed a little ludicrous to think that a 19-year-old could defeat someone who was regarded as the Queen of Tennis. Consequently, Sloane outperformed Serene, according to her own words, in the game. Upon hearing this, Sloane gushed, adding that she couldn’t believe she’d been beaten by someone whose picture she had up in her room.
To summarize, these were some of the most significant events that shaped the year 2013. With still more to come in 2014, the year 2013 will go down in history as one of the most remarkable ever. Of course, it was marred by a number of sad incidents, as is the case with practically every calendar year. The worlds of athletics and technology have both had a role in unexpected important occurrences. In addition, some well-known individuals passed away, and efforts were made to acknowledge and preserve their contributions to society.
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The 17 Best Things That Happened To Pop Culture In 2013
Between the release of both albums from the 20/20 Experience, the reunion of N*Sync, and the conclusion of yet another season of Saturday Night Live, it’s easy to say that Timberlake had a banner year.
2. Breaking Bad
Has anyone checked in on Aaron Paul in the recent past? The possibility exists that he just lapsed into a catatonic state following the conclusion of the series in September. I’d be honestly astonished if he isn’t sitting in his dark living room, pantsless, watching Season 2 reruns of ‘Bad,’ this Christmas season. In all seriousness, Aaron Paul texts Bryan Cranston every Friday afternoon, asking him, “Hey, what are your plans for the weekend?” “Is there anything going on?” My opinion is beyond a shadow of a doubt on the subject.
3. Chris Christie
Christie cemented his position as a credible presidential candidate for the 2016 election cycle this year. This is excellent news for the Republican Party, which is still looking for a candidate for the 2012 Presidential election.
4. Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence is incapable of making a mistake. What about a trip to the Academy Awards? Adorable! Was she under the influence of alcohol during her Vogue interview? Relatable! That is the one who turns off the television? Classic! Her addiction to cocaine, the birth of a few illegitimate children, and the uploading of handmade pornography on Instagram would all be met with a chorus of “Oh my gosh, she’s just so perfect! ” She is unaffected by her celebrity status. “It’s almost as if she’s one of us!”
5. Jimmys On Talk Shows
If your name is Jimmy and you anchor a late-night talk show, there’s a strong chance you had a wonderful year in 2013. With Internet hoaxes, Kanye parodies, and an Emmy nomination, Jimmy Kimmel cemented his position as the King of Late Night Television. Fallon has ascended to the top of the late-night food chain, displacing the always-deplorable Jay Leno. As a result, my cousin Jimmy eventually purchased a FlipCam, and he has been taping late-night interviews with our other cousins in his basement, which has resulted in an average of 36-ish views each episode.
6. The Almightly Listicle
Instead of releasing hundreds of brief lists and edgy updates, we could just consolidate everything and publish one piece titled “764 Reasons You and Your Best Friend Are the Same Person, Also Included Will Be Pictures Of Ryan Gosling and Cats,” which will include pictures of Ryan Gosling and cats. I simply think it would be more efficient if we did it that way.
7. Arianna Grande
Until four days ago, I had never heard of this young lady before. While researching “people who were huge in 2013” for the purpose of writing this essay, her name kept coming up again on the results page. Of course, I proceeded to conduct myself with caution. Well, it appears that she is a well-known recording artist with a penchant for making really scorching tracks. Personally, I believe that the gently warbled “I adore the wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
During the 2013 Super Bowl, Beyoncé Knowles made history by being the first woman to win the game.
On December 13, 2013, she made history by becoming the first person to create, record, and film a music video for seventeen songs in a single day, all in the span of one day. .
Aside from the ongoing discussion about whether or not the songBlurred Linesand its accompanying video are sexist, Robin owes a major thank you to Emily, who played a key role in making his music video go viral by dancing naked in it. We can only hope that when Emily Ratajkowski is ready to release her first single, Robin Thicke will dance nude in the music video as compensation for his time and efforts. I propose that it be turned into a Christmas song, with Thicke portraying a nude Santa and Pharrell portraying a naked elf.
10. Johnny Football
Johnny Manziel and I are virtually identical in every way. We’re both a touch too inebriated at times. We’re both guilty of skipping lessons a bit too frequently. In the fall, we like to get together with our friends and play football. However, he plays at a level that would qualify him for the Heisman Trophy, but I am typically forced to leave the game early because I have damaged my ankle once again. Keep doing what you’re doing, Johnny. You’re just like me, only better.
11. Kendrick Lamar
Unlike other celebrities, Kendrick had not experience a typical year: he did not go to rehab, he did not grow a gigantic beard, and he did not participate in a popular twerking video that went viral. As an alternative, he has frequently demonstrated that he is more gifted than his rapping peers. However, while his successful year is solely a result of his abilities and efforts, he is still relatively unknown. To your benefit, I’ll serve as a mediator between you and Wikipedia in order to assist you in learning more about Kendrick.
(Please note that I did not read this on Wikipedia, but rather through a text message on my phone.)
12. The Royal Baby
What is George Alexander Louis’s full name? A colossal yawn! What a dreadful chance to give your child a name that is both entertaining and innovative was lost! For the record, I had Dominic, Alastair, or Duncan as my favorite players. Although I would have accepted “take a left after the Starbucks and it should be on your right,” I would also have taken “take a left after the Starbucks and it should be on your right.”
13. Game of Thrones, the Red Wedding, and maybe the greatest TV Twitter moment ever
If extraterrestrials had been scientifically studying our planet during the week in which the Red Wedding took place, they would not have realized it was a fake event that took place as part of a television production. The disastrous wedding was, of course, a hoax, but the eruptions on Twitter, memes, blog posts, Facebook statuses, and jokes on talk shows would make a compelling case for it to be true. The recon aliens most likely returned to their home planet with bad news to report.
“No, we didn’t get much in return. During that week, they were forced to deal with a worldwide catastrophe. This man George RR Martin was responsible for the murder of a whole royal family! “It was a very tragic situation.”
14. The Song‘Wagon Wheel’
Allow me to express my delight at how much TIME Magazine swaggerjacked me with this one. Hey, TIME, thank you for simply taking my tale, my friend. Despite all of the good that Pope Francis has done, he would not have received my choice for Person of the Year. Personally, I believe Joseph Stalin should have received the award. He was elected in 1939, and I haven’t found a compelling case to depose him as of yet.
16.Pitch Perfect, Anna Kendrick, and that stupid‘Cups’song that I hate but kind of love.
While it is true that Pitch Perfect was released in 2012, it has gained such a cult following in such a short period of time that I felt compelled to put it on this list. When I saw Pitch Perfect, I experienced the strangest boner ever. My rational mind insisted that I despise the picture, but my emotions insisted that it was worthy of an Academy Award. Furthermore, when the film was out, Kendrick was a definite frontrunner for my all-heartthrob team, but it was Rebel Wilson who I found myself thinking about the most afterward.
17. Miley Cyrus
It’s Miley’s universe, and we’re simply lucky enough to be a part of it.
2013 Trivia, History and Fun Facts
Paz While trying to get into the Grammy Museum, Dylan managed to get his hands on a series of educational wall display panels that had bizarre descriptions as well as images of himself eating tacos. They were ignored for a month after he awarded himself song of the year, album of the year, and best new artist of the year in 2013. A physical education teacher in Texas, Dale Irby, wore the same disco-era polyester shirt and coffee-colored sweater vest in his school picture for 40 years in a row until his retirement in 2013.
- NAVY SENT MESSAGES IN ALL CAPS Since 2012, the town of Dull in Scotland has been twinned with the town of Boring in the United States of America.
- The 1964 Chevelle Malibu used by Vincent Vega in the filmPulp Fictionbelonged to Quentin Tarantino and was stolen while the film was being shot.
- Hanson released a beer in May 2013 under the name “Mmmhops” that was inspired by the band’s music.
- The pair, who identify themselves only as John and Mary, has no clue who buried the money, and they have chosen to remain nameless in order to deter treasure-hunting trespassers.
- An HGTV viewer (who also happens to be a nurse) came in to say she had noticed a bulge in the neck of Tarek el Moussa, the host of a home rebuilding show, and was concerned about it.
- He believes she was the one who saved his life.
- Bitcoins were created by an unknown software creator who went by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto, and they are now known as bitcoins.
Nakamoto is thought to be in possession of about one million Bitcoins, according to some estimates.
Galaxy Quest, a spoof of Star Trek and fandom, has gained such widespread acclaim among the latter’s followers that it was selected the 7th best Star Trek film at the 2013 Star Trek Convention.
After more than two decades as the most popular beverage in the United States, water has surpassed soda as the preferred beverage.
The MLB’s retirement of Jackie Robinson’s number 42 in 1997 grandfathered in players like Rivera who had already worn the number, but also barred new players from donning the number for the first time.
The Durade yacht won the 2013 Transpacific Yacht Race from San Francisco to Honolulu, which was the same boat that won the race in 1936.
PayPal made a clerical error and accidentally deposited $92.2 quadrillion dollars into a user’s account.
During a traffic stop in Chicago, Marco Alvarado, a 20-year-old Chicago resident, informed officers, “I’m going to be honest with you, I have a gun up my ass.” After then, the officers discovered a revolver in his ass.
According to reports, Lenovo’s CEO was awarded a $3 million bonus in 2012 as a result of the company’s record revenues, which he then divided to about 10,000 of its employees.
Nine newborns in the United States were given the name ‘Cheese.’ The Cesium Fountain Clock (NIST-F1) is a type of atomic clock made of cesium.
It is anticipated to not gain or lose a second in more than 100 million years, and to remain constant.
The NIST-F2 standard aspires to be about three times more accurate than the NIST-F1 standard in terms of measurement accuracy. The cost of a 30-second Super Bowl advertisement is $4 million dollars.
The 2013 Pop Culture Awards: The good, the bad and the ugly
Book publishing, film production, television production, and theater have all had a crazy year. Once-invincible stars like Johnny Depp and Will Smith have had their films bomb at the box office due to drug use, zombies have taken over the television screen, would-be talk show hosts have been exposed as Frank Sinatra’s possible illegitimate children, and zombies have taken over the television screen. Miley Cyrus’ performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, in which she grinded on Robin Thicke’s leg, stuck out her tongue with recklessness, and got up close and personal with a foam finger, was, without a doubt, the most talked-about story of the year, according to watercoolers everywhere.
Most baffling interview that sure seemed like it was about Scientology, even if it wasn’t
courtesy of Jun Sato/WireImage During a ridiculously pompous interview with New York magazine, Jaden and Will Smith were heard proclaiming, “At heart, I’m a physicist,” and Jaden muttering something about “it’s, like, multidimensional mathematics,” respectively. Salute to Xenu!
Second Annual “Gangnam Style” Award for Most Ubiquitous Hit That Listeners Enjoy Ironically — At First
While the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis came up with the idea for “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?),” we’re the ones who have to laugh since the EDM single went on to become one of the year’s biggest internet — and chart — successes.
Worst “Let’s just finish this script already and go get a donut” moment
While not entirely out of character, Superman cracking General Zod’s neck at the conclusion of “Man Of Steel” reeked of sloth and indecision on the part of its producers about how to conclude the picture. It would have been great if there had been a musical number.
Most Un-Love-able restaurant closure
While not entirely out of character, Superman snapping General Zod’s neck at the climax of “Man Of Steel” reeked of sloth and indecision on the part of its producers about how to conclude the picture. It would have been better if there had been a musical performance.
Biggest Accomplishment of the Year (Kim Kardashian division)
A selfie in a white bikini with her bubbly rear and some sideboob was taken in October, and she shared it on social media. Herzy congratulations, Kim! You’ve had a fantastic year thus far.
Photo courtesy of Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic Michael Douglas’ revelation that he may have contracted mouth cancer came from, you guessed it, oral cancer. Man, that guy is a force to be reckoned with, especially when it comes to life-threatening conditions.
Most surprising thing to be having a moment
Gilbert Carrasquillo and FilmMagic are responsible for this work. In this case, Michael Douglas’ admission that he may have contracted mouth cancer came from, you guessed it, oral cancer. Even when it comes to life-threatening conditions, that person is a force to be reckoned with.
Worst way to lose your TV show
A controversy over Paula Deen’s usage of the N-word resulted in the Food Network dropping her in the summer, and she was fired as a result. Someone’s going to be drowning her sorrows in a platter of deep-fried pizza, it appears to me!
Juiciest Broadway battle
Southern chef Paula Deen was fired from the Food Network in the summer of 2012 when a controversy erupted over her usage of the N-word.
Someone’s going to be drowning her sorrows in a platter of deep-fried pizza, it appears to me.
Weirdest way to spend quality time with a movie star
Visitors to the Museum of Modern Art in March were greeted by the sight of Tilda Swinton sleeping in an elevated glass box as part of an installation titled “The Maybe.” Andrew Gombert/EPA Who knew we were all creating eight hours of art worthy of the MOMA every night?
Best breaking of fashion barriers
Photographs courtesy of Getty Images Prada featured a black model for the first time in over two decades. In July, Malaika Firth, a bi-racial model, became the designer label’s second and sole campaign model of color, following in the footsteps of Naomi Campbell.
Best proof that no promotion is the best promotion
Beyoncé dropped her new album, Lemonade, at midnight on December 13th without any prior notice, and it went on to sell 617,000 copies in its first three days on the market. However, good luck to you if you decide to attempt it again.
Worst attempt to inject life into a fading franchise
Image courtesy of Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images and Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Nothing, not even the fabrication of a rivalry between new “American Idol” judges Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey, could save the sagging brand from its doom. The finale of the 2013 season received ratings that were 40 percent lower than the previous year.
The “Yes, This Story Was Heavily Covered by CNN” Award
The singer Justin Bieber was forced to abandon his pet capuchin monkey, Mally, in Germany after taking it on tour without the required documentation back in March. At eleven o’clock, the story begins.
Best reunion for a boy band (or at least 80 percent of it)
They appeared to be overjoyed to be in attendance at the MTV Video Music Awards, where they briefly joined Justin Timberlake during his solo performance. What were the other four men’ names? They appeared to be overjoyed to be in attendance. Justin appeared to be simply tossing a bone to the crowd.
Most pointless Internet meme
Everyone was doing the “Harlem Shake” for a few days last spring, and it was everywhere. We’re still baffled as to why.
Most romantic tweet
Angry actress Amanda Bynes stated on Twitter in March, “I want @Drake to murder my vaginal organ.” Amanda, I’m sorry. We were hooked from the word “vagina.”
The Sixth Time’s the Charm Award
Lindsay Lohan has returned to rehab for a second time. If it prevents her from releasing a sequel to “The Canyons,” we’ll be happy to accept a seventh film.
Best music video probably conceived and directed by a 15-year-old boy
Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video makes virtually no attempt to explain why there are topless models strolling about in the background of the film. You did, however, watch it, didn’t you?
Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video makes virtually no attempt to explain why there are topless models strolling about in the background. It was on, but didn’t you happen to watch it? 🙂
Best moment for a movie that might be OK to pass the time on a flight one day
Photograph courtesy of Jason Merritt/Getty Images “Argo” is named best film at the Academy Awards.
Biggest thumbs down
Photographs courtesy of Getty Images Roger Ebert, a long-time film critic, passed suddenly in April, leaving an empty seat on the balcony of the theater.
Most courageous revelation
Photo courtesy of Amel Emric/Associated Press After Angelina Jolie announced that she had undergone an elective double mastectomy to potentially avert breast cancer, the world was surprised — and women all over the world were motivated by her example to be more proactive with regard to their health.
Worst moment of déjà vu
Andrew Eccles/NBCNBC revealed in April that the top-rated Jay Leno will be quitting “The Tonight Show” to make room for a younger upstart to take over the show’s hosting duties.
A number of people in the audience scratched their heads and wondered whether they’d previously heard this information a number of times before.
Yeahhhhh, boy! Best stretching of the term “Rock and Roll”
Public Enemy became just the fourth hip-hop outfit to be honored into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame when they were inducted in April. Now, if only we could have Flavor Flav’s clock inducted into the Hall of Fame of Accessories.
What Happened in 2013 inc. Pop Culture, Prices and Major News Events
The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), commonly known as the Mangalyaan spacecraft, was launched in November by the Indian Space Research Organization. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched the mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, marking India’s first interplanetary mission in the country’s history. The mission’s goal was to learn more about the terrain, morphology, minerals, and atmosphere of the red planet, among other things. The Mars Orbiter was safely launched into the orbit of Mars the following year, and it has been successfully relaying data back to Earth since that time.
United States government re-opens
After reaching an agreement on a last-minute accord, the United States government has reopened. More information and a timetable for the shutdown of the United States government. The United States Congress passed a last-minute agreement in the middle of October 2013 to re-open the government and increase the debt ceiling at the last feasible second. The Senate initially reached a bipartisan agreement, which was then approved by the House, with numerous Republican members joining the Democrats in voting to move forward with the agreement.
- Because of this, hundreds of thousands of government workers have been forced to take unpaid leave, and some government services and departments have been forced to close their doors.
- Lance Armstrong is a cyclist who competes in the Tour de France.
- Armstrong’s admission came during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
- On January 21st, President Obama will be sworn in for his second term in office.
- It was the 15th of February when a huge meteor exploded in Chelyabinsk, Russia, injuring roughly 1,500 people and causing significant structural damage to several thousand structures.
- Despite international pressure, North Korea continues its missile and nuclear tests, escalating tensions between the secretive regime and the rest of the world, according to the UN.
- The test, according to those in charge of monitoring it, had double the force of a similar test done in 2009.
On May 20th, a powerful EF-5 tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, demolishing the whole town, including an elementary school, and killing 23 people while wounding hundreds more.
Sarin gas assaults on Syrian residents are taking place right now.
A clothing manufacturer in Bangladesh has gone bankrupt.
Workers had been instructed to come to the facility despite concerns about the building’s structural integrity sent the day before the collapse.
At a fertilizer factory in West, Texas, near Waco, on April 17th, a massive explosion of ammonium nitrate occurred, killing at least fifteen persons and injuring an additional one hundred and sixty more.
Pakistan For the first time in the country’s history, a democratically elected government has served a full term.
Because all prior governments had either been toppled or brought down by political infighting, or had been brought down by assassinations and murders, the success was hailed for pushing the country in the right way toward democracy.
Several times before the law’s enactment, French citizens demonstrated in opposition to the legislation.
Italy On the 21st of June, an earthquake of magnitude 4.8 hit near the city of Lucca, in the country of Italy. Initially, there were no reports of property damage or injuries. In addition to the first tremor, there were multiple aftershocks, which were felt across the surrounding area.
After reaching an agreement on a last-minute accord, the United States government reopened. More information and a timetable for the shutdown of the United States government are available here. The United States Congress passed a last-minute agreement in the middle of October 2013 to reopen the government and increase the debt ceiling at the last feasible moment. Initially, the Senate reached a bipartisan agreement, which was then approved by the House, with numerous Republican members joining Democrats in voting to move on.
- As a result, several government agencies were disrupted, with hundreds of thousands of employees being furloughed and various government services and departments being halted from operation.
- Lance Armstrong is a professional cyclist who competes in the Tour de France and the Tour de France Prologue.
- The inauguration of President Obama On the 21st of January, President Barack Obama will be sworn in for his second term.
- It was the 15th of February when a huge meteor exploded in Chelyabinsk, Russia, injuring roughly 1,500 people and destroying several thousand houses.
- Despite international pressure, North Korea continues its missile and nuclear tests, escalating tensions between the secretive regime and the rest of the world, according to analysts.
- The force of the test, according to those in charge of monitoring it, was twice as strong as a previous test performed in 2009.
- This past May 20, a powerful EF-5 tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, demolishing most of the city and claiming the lives of 23 people as well as hundreds of others.
Sarin gas attacks against Syrian residents are taking place right now.
Bangladeshi clothing manufacturer goes bankrupt When a garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed, it killed 1,127 people and injured an additional 2,500 people.
ammonium nitrate has exploded in a massive explosion.
The damage or destruction of more than one hundred structures was reported.
The administration of Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf was the first since the country’s inception in 1947 to serve a full term of office.
France Representatives of the French parliament voted 249 to 97 to approve a key provision in a legislation that would redefine marriage as an agreement between two individuals rather than merely a union of two people who happen to be married to each other.
Italy On the 21st of June, an earthquake of magnitude 4.8 hit near the city of Lucca in Italy. Initially, there were no reports of property damage or personal injury. In addition to the first tremor, there were a number of aftershocks that were felt throughout the region.
Major World Political LeadersPolitical Leaders 2013
President Rafael Correa of Ecuador (re-elected – February 17) Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta is a Kenyan politician who was born in Kenya (newly elected – March 4) Venezuela Nicolas Maduro is the president of Venezuela (acting president after Chavez death and then newly elected – April 4) Italy Enrico Letta is the Prime Minister of Italy (asked to assume leadership after Bersani resigns – April 28) Iran President Hassan Rouhani’s official website (newly elected – June 14) Chile Michelle Bachelet is the President of Chile (re-elected – December 15) After a long battle with cancer, Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s controversial president, died on March 5th at the age of fifty-eight after being diagnosed with the disease.
After his death, elections would be held throughout the country to select a new president, which would take place within thirty days of his passing.
Pop Culture Moments 2013
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Beyoncé is the talk of the Super Bowl.
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- Beyoncé proved once again that she is a tremendous artist, as she demonstrated genuine energy, real dancing, and real singing during her performance.
- Queen Elizabeth II should continue to reign.
- David Beckham has announced his retirement from professional football.
- David Beckham has announced his retirement from professional football.
- In addition to being a football player, Beckham was a sporting hero, national heartthrob, worldwide brand, and ambassador for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Jennifer Lawrence’s humiliating loss at the 2013 Academy Awards As a result of taking a tumble in her Dior Couture gown, Jennifer Lawrence was dubbed “Pop Culture’s Jennifer Lawrence GETTY.” data-src=” src=”4of 6″ data-src=” src=”4of 6″ Jennifer Lawrence’s humiliating loss at the 2013 Academy Awards The moment Jennifer Lawrence, wearing a Dior Couture gown, slid down the steps while collecting her Oscar for Best Actress in Silver Linings Playbook, we fell head over heels in love with her all over again.
- A standing ovation from the Hollywood elite followed her gracious, charming, and really self-effacing return to the spotlight after her ordeal.
- Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP return is a success.
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- Gaga’s reckless fashion parade continued in 2013, with highlights including a mermaid costume and a fuzzy mask in the form of a block of cheese among the highlights.
As well as Jeff Koons and Marina Abromovic, she has collaborated with a number of other contemporary art luminaries, integrating her own style of pop culture to the realm of high art.
The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
In the world of popular culture, here’s what had us dancing, watching, listening, and clicking in 2013. Music Alexis Petridis contributed to this article. Despite the controversy surrounding Robin Thicke’sBlurred Lines, you might have anticipated that it was able to surpass all expectations and become the year’s best-selling song. The song’s sales might suffer as a result of the song being prohibited by a number of student unions for being “utterly insulting to the female subject,” “promoting a disturbing attitude about sex and consent,” among other reasons, although that doesn’t appear to be the case very often.
- The underlying idea that Psy’s appeal may be predicated more on people’s desire to see an overweight man do a comical dance rather than on his glittering musical repertoire may have caused some people to scream in shock and disbelief.
- After David Bowie’s surprise comeback and the massive publicity effort behind Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, it was expected that the year 2013 would be remembered as the year in which the release of an album could be a big cultural event.
- Fashion Jess Cartner-Morley contributed to this article.
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- However, it has managed to beat off competition from delectable bits of fashion candy — stylish dresses, fantasy party shoes, and beautiful bags – to become the most popular item on the website of fashion retailer Net-A-Porter.
- There are aspects from the Ugg boot (such as the squashy texture and Lego chunkiness) as well as components from the high-top trainer (such as the height and close-fitting contour), with a splash of the Timberland hiking boot thrown in for good measure (the bold, rope-like laces).
- The Isabel Marant Nowles are the newest iteration of the high-top trainers and ankle boots that have transformed the company from a niche label for rich Parisiennes to a totemic brand for a generation of young women.
Marant came up with the concept as an 11-year-old tomboy, when she wanted to grow taller but still be able to wear her favorite shoes.
A high heel is ideal for a generation of women who have reached the age of 30 – perhaps even 40 – but who are not yet ready to abandon their youthful sneaker-wearing identity, but who need the figure-flattering and leg-lengthening boost that a high heel provides.
When everyone received Kindles for Christmas in 2012, 2013 was the year that we all began reading on them in earnest.
If Alex Ferguson’s fans are anything to go by, this isn’t the case.
Although this is probably not surprising given the fact that the memoirs of an old-fashioned football manager are being published in electronic format, owners of the ebook enjoy an unexpected benefit.
While “legacy readers” will have to put up with the blunders until the next edition, ebook fans will be unable to play spot-the-balls because digital technology allows ebooks to be corrected even while they are still sitting on your virtual bookshelves.
A few of snarky reviews for the third Bridget Jones novel did not prevent it from soaring to the top of the British literature rankings, where it quickly established itself as the story that every fifty-something woman wanted to discuss with her friends.
The following gem of knowledge from the incomparable Talitha will be highlighted to the highest degree: “Your life has altered dramatically since you were a single person.
There were no emails exchanged.
In addition, young women are becoming more sexually aggressive, and males are becoming naturally more sluggish.
provide encouragement.” Another manuscript is gaining momentum in the background of Bridget’s story: In this year’s unexpected Man Booker Prize (a literary prize awarded annually to the best original full-length novel written in the English language by a citizen of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Republic of Ireland, or Zimbabwe), New Zealander Eleanor Catton won for her clever and capacious second novel, which is set in the 19th century gold fields of her home country.
Although prizes are important, success does not always come in the form of awards, and it does not always come during a writer’s lifetime: the word-of-mouth sensation and Waterstones’ (a British book retailer) book of the year is a 48-year-old novel by an American university professor who died nearly 20 years ago.
The prospect of discovering anything unusual may not seem exciting, but take it from Ian McEwan: “It is the most extraordinary discovery for us readers.” Twerking Written by Holly Baxter For many, it’s difficult to believe that twerking existed before Miley Cyrus smashed into our screens like a wrecking ball at the MTV Video Music Awards in August, wearing a PVC bikini.
- You’d think nobody has ever seen a Disney star openly transform into a sex symbol before (step forward Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake).
- Twerking has been present for approximately 20 years as a dance routine, but it was only in 2013 that the twerk became popular.
- The approach was already being mimicked in Lily Allen’s music video for Hard Out Here by the time November got around, providing evident confirmation that sexist objectification continues to be prevalent in the business.
- It’s possible that it’ll go out just as swiftly as it came in.
As Katy Steinmetz of Time pointed out, “twerk” is a different kind of winner than previous inclusions, and she hypothesized that people voted for it as a result of their desire to see twerking as a performance act come to an end, as well as their frustration with the amount of media coverage the phenomenon has received.
- MTV’s Video Music Awards were held in August, and Miley Cyrus performed there.
- While we were paying for our flat whites in west London the other day, a buddy said, “I see it has extended to the west.” He was looking at the young man who was pouring milk into our takeout cups with a disapproving nod.
- His beard, on the other hand, was a luxuriant tangle of facial fur that reached all the way down to his chest.
- This sort will be most known to residents of east London, Brooklyn, Berlin, and any other location where youngish middle-class individuals meet to compare tastes on social media platforms such as Instagram and Snapchat.
- And this is what my friend was trying to convey: The year 2013 marked the year that the beard emerged from the hipster ghetto.
- When I was a kid, beards were reserved for chemistry teachers with weak chins and a fondness for the book of Genesis.
- Pop stars, such as Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke, Kanye West, and others.
After considerable chin-stroking, I come to the conclusion that weedy modern men are dressing up like untamed explorers in an attempt to persuade themselves that moustache-twirling manliness still has a place in the world, and that everyone else does as well.
Words Steven Poole contributed to this article.
It is a testament to the rapidity with which language creation occurs that this perfectly commonplace statement would have been incomprehensible to the majority of people just a year ago.
Moreover, the editors of Oxford University Press praised the word’s prodigious ability for variation: a “shelfie” is a photograph of your shelves, a “drelfie” is a photograph of you while inebriated, and a “belfie” is a photograph of your arse.
(AFP) Talking about arses, one of the most formidable competitors to the term “selfie” was the word “twerk,” which sprang to fame following Miley Cyrus’s electrifying performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in August.
Some new or unusual words experience brief spikes in popularity, followed by a rapid decline.
The popularity of the term “Sharknado,” which refers to a tornado in which live sharks are carried by the winds, peaked in July around the release of a cable television movie of the same name, though the term was actually coined two years ago by an American high-school Latin teacher, Mike Kubik, as an awe-inspiring name for the lacrosse team he coached.
- This term, which has seen a significant increase in Google searches this year, refers to an article that is presented in the form of a numbered list of points.
- Merriam-Webster, on the other hand, places a different emphasis on linguistic fashion, nominating “science” as its word of the year because people looked it up in their dictionary nearly three times as often as they did in 2012.
- “Science, bitch!” said a throng of Breaking Badbinge-watchers, echoing the words of their favorite Jesse: “Science, bitch!” Games Keith Stuart contributed to this article.
- Some enthralling action-adventure epics were more significant than others, but they were surely no less intense.
- Despite the fact that players still enjoy shooting monsters into space with shotguns, blockbuster games are finally figuring out how to convey mature storylines.
- The brilliantly designedSuper Mario 3D World and the utterly adorablePikmin 3helped to draw some attention to Nintendo’s much-maligned Wii U video game console.
- Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, a mashup of the famous mobile gameTiny Tower with the Star Wars franchise, was a smash hit.
- Papers, Please created a fascinating and thought-provoking experience out of the experience of being a border guard, and the puzzle adventure produced a captivating and thought-provoking experience out of being a border guard.
- In these brilliant, unique titles, we were given a glimpse into an absurd, scarcely imaginable future in which we won’t have to leap off of planes or rob banks or kill bad guys in order to have a good time.
There’s a list for everything: what was hot, what was not; what people were talking about around the world (mainly Pope Francis), all set to the obligatory sentimental music to remind us that, hey guys, we’re all humans really, even if we’ve swapped face-to-face communication for cartoon emojis (appropriately, the most popular Instagram hashtag waslove).
Any “most popular” list will invariably be saturating with our unquestionable rulers and overlords: celebrities, regardless of the category.
McFly’s Tom, the lead singer of the British band McFly, delivers a 14-minute wedding speech in musical style, which includes a revised version of his McFly hit.
It’s All About You.
It has received more than 11 million views to date.
A parody of contemporary club music was intended for the video, but the strategy backfired.
Thank you very much, Ylvis.
It has thousands of positive comments that have been published beneath it.
However, one of the most shared posts on Facebook appears to have been a father’s letter to his son, which has been shared more than 250 000 times.
This has been a banner year for BuzzFeed.
It serves as a home for memes that circulate on the internet – such as Fenton the dog, the sneezing Panda, and the squirrel that appeared in those people’s pictures – as well as for aspiring memes, which are typically gathered as lists.
And what is it that causes memes to circulate?
How monumental, after all, is your lunchbreak entertainment intended to be?
You’re not as insignificant as you should be.
Their lack of ambition immediately attracts one’s attention.
Delicious, to say the least.
47 Hilariously Underwhelming Headlines from the Local News.
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