8 items from 2012
Fancy a nice cry, but don't know how to set it off? Let one
half of Adam & Joe guide you through the pop promos to match your emotions
A video to inspire you
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Sour – Hibi No Neiro
(2009, Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland, Magico Nakamura and Masayoshi Nakamura)
Even if you've never seen this video, you're likely to have seen one of several adverts that used it as "inspiration". It features webcam images of around 80 fans of Japanese band Sour coordinated to create a web version of those times they get people at football matches to hold up cards that make a giant image when viewed from a distance. It took two months to plan and four weeks to execute.
A video to get you angry
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Justice – Stress
(2008, Romain Gavras)
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- Adam Buxton
Remember that Monday night last summer where you consumed three-quarters of a bottle of chardonnay and fell asleep on your living room couch watching a Season 2 episode of Bachelor Pad? Well, the absurdist nightmare you droolingly woke from during your local news — you know, the one with Erica Rose’s tiara, Michael Stagliano’s tears, the twins from The Shining, and a person whose actual name is Kalon — is about to come true.
- Michael Slezak
A few contestants on the show - which puts castoffs from previous season together in a mansion to compete in contests and for votes, Big Brother-style - will be recognizable instantly to fans.
Others? Not so much.
One spot is being reserved for a guy still on the current season (The Bachelorette spoilers should offer some ideas) but other than that, it's set ... and also includes random fans of the show this year.
Yep, fans will compete against cast members for a crack at $250,000. Heading to the mansion this season will be last year's winner, a former Bachelorette winner, and more noteworthy faces.
The men: »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
ABC just announced the cast for the third season of 'Bachelor Pad,' and it includes six new 'fan' contestants! Ready for more drama? There have been rumors about who will appear on the third season of Bachelor Pad, but now we have the official list of who will be competing on the show. Former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants are returning to the mansion — along with six fans who entered to compete — to potentially find love and win a $250,000 grand prize! Here is the list of contests: Boys: Kalon McMahon (Bachelorette Season 8, Emily Maynard) Michael Stagliano (Bachelorette Season 5, Jillian Harris Ed Swiderski (Bachelorette Season 5, Jillian Harris) Reid Rosenthal (Bachelorette Season 5, Jillian Harris) Ryan Hoag (Bachelorette Season 4, DeAnna Pappas) Nick Peterson (Bachelorette Season 7, Ashley Hebert) Tony Pieper (Bachelorette Season 8, Emily Maynard) Girls: Lindzi Cox (Bachelor Season 16, Ben Flajnik) Blakely Jones (Bachelor Season 16, Ben Flajnik) Sarah Newton (Bachelor Season 11, Brad Womack »
- HL Staff
The cast of the third season of ABC's Bachelor Pad was announced Thursday with producers promising the most controversial contestants to date, including the return of last season's winner, Michael Stagliano.
The cast features 15 unforgettable characters from The Bachelor franchise who will live together in a mansion while seeking a second chance at love and competing for the $250,000 prize.
Video: Can Bachelor Ben Flajnik Turn 'Lust' to 'Love?'
In addition, the show will feature for the first time five "Super Fans" -- including identical twins Brittany and Erica Taltos -- who will compete as one participant.
Season 2 winner Stagliano cashed in on his prize money but struck out at love, so he'll be moving into the mansion to put everything on the line for another chance.
ABC's "Bachelor Pad," the "Big Brother"-like game featuring past "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants, has announced its Season 3 cast and premiere date. The show returns Monday, July 23 at 8 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC.
This year, the show will include five "super fans" of the show, including identical twin sisters who will compete as one player. There is also one man from Emily Maynard's season who is yet to be revealed, which means he's still on the show. Who do you hope it is?
Here are the houseguests:
Occupation: Development Manager Age: 27 Residence: Bellevue, Wa
Occupation: Esthetician Age: 34 Residence: Charlotte, Nc
Occupation: Bar Manager Age: 28 Residence: St. Louis, Mo
Occupation: Registered Nurse Age: 25 Residence: New York, NY
Erica Rose, »
Who would have thought, lo so many summers ago (okay, three), that the reality TV reject recycling facility known as Bachelor Pad would still be in operation? Well it is, rose lovers — the new season premieres Monday, July 23 — and this is the moment America has I’ve been waiting for all summer: The Bachelor Pad 3 cast announcement! A few contestants are no-brainers, like Kalon (pictured), a.k.a. The Guy Who Called Emily’s Daughter “Baggage” on The Bachelorette. Some are a little snoozy (Erica Rose again?), but there are definitely a few names that will cause fans to feel the special mix of surprise, »
- Kristen Baldwin
Get ready for some drama! The new cast of ABC's guilty pleasure Bachelor Pad 3 was announced Thursday morning - and some of the most infamous former contestants from the match-making series are among them. First off, last season's winner Michael Stagliano, who witnessed his former fiancée Holly Durst fall in love with Blake Julian during the summer 2011 production, will be back. (Durst and Julian tied the knot on June 2.) Stagliano is hoping to repeat his victory while competing against current Bachelorette villain Kalon McMahon, who Emily Maynard sent packing on Monday's show after he referred to her 6-year-old daughter Ricki as "baggage. »
- Monica Rizzo
8 items from 2012
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