7 items from 2015
If you've recovered from the trauma of it all, you can relive all the performances right here, ranked - as always - from worst to best:
14. Kelly Mai Webb
She sounds better than we do when we're stumbling drunk out of a tent and going for a walk. But still not good enough for The X Factor.
13. Chloe Baker
"You've got the love I need to see me through"... but sadly not to the next round.
12. Katie Coleman
'The Voice Within' couldn't quite take her to Judges' Houses.
11. Sharon Rose
Sharon Rose and fell... but we thought her performance of 'Let It Go' was lovely.
10. Karen Mav
At least she got a consolation »
After two weeks of a dramatic Country House boot camp, it's a goodbye to nice patio heaters and a hello to Wembley Arena - as the contestants take on the famously, completely and utterly brutal Six Chair Challenge. First up, it's the girls, and with such an exceptionally strong category we expect Rita will need to make some tough decisions.
Join us from 7pm as we bring you all the action live as it happens. In the meantime, why not read about the strop Simon threw after finding out his category was the Overs?
We're excited to see the judges being assigned their categories this evening, but we doubt it can possibly beat 2009, when Dannii Minogue revealed she had the girls category and Rachel Adedeji fell over.
20:59And that's it! We're all done with the girls and Six Chair Challenge for tonight. As always, thank you for joining us. »
First, we got a glimpse of Broad City's Abbi Jacobson tearing down the mountains with her lip-sync of Jennifer Hudson's cover of the Dreamgirls classic "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," and now it's her comrade-in-comedy Ilana Glazer's moment of glory. Vulture has the exclusive clip of Glazer knocking it out with Outkast's dance-floor staple, "Hey Ya."Lip Sync Battle airs this Thursday on Spike TV at 10 p.m., and, as always, we'll have the full play-by-play analysis the next morning. »
- E. Alex Jung
Lip Sync Battle is about to get a heavy dose of realness, thanks to Abbi Jacobson. In the preview clip above, Abbi gives an impassioned rendition of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," the showstopper from the musical Dreamgirls. The Broad City star is going against her partner in crime, Ilana Glazer, and only one comedy queen can come out on top. Given the fact that Broad City is jam-packed with tons of hilarious one-liners and a veritable gold mine of feminist moments, this is one head-to-head battle you really won't want to miss. »
From Crystal Lake Publishing, Jasper Bark's Stuck On You and Other Prime Cuts is now available worldwide in bookstores and online and we've been provided with one of the collection's short stories, "Taking the Piss" (a truly haunting revenge tale), to share with Daily Dead readers. Also included in our latest round-up are Blu-ray release details and cover art for Troma's The Toxic Avenger: Part II and Class Of Nuke ’Em High 2: Subhumanoid Meltdown, as well as details on an upcoming auction of film props from make-up effects mastermind Rick Baker.
Stuck On You and Other Prime Cuts: "A word of caution gentle reader, these tales will take you places you’ve never been before and may never dare revisit. They’ll whisper truths so twisted you can only face them in the darkest hours of the night. They’ll unlock desires so decadent you’ll never wash their taint from your flesh. »
- Derek Anderson
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
"Birdman" star Michael Keaton was on "The Tonight Show" Monday night, and Jimmy Fallon said he wanted to see how good the Oscar nominee could be. So Michael and Jimmy re-enacted scenes from "Birdman" but not the real movie - a version written by school-children. The kids were just asked to write scenes for a movie called "Birdman." So watch them do some Kid Theater. Telling you, some of these "Birdman" scripts are gold. Keaton crushes it. Amazing. Jimmy Kimmel had another unmissable round of Mean Tweets, this time in a Music Edition read off by Josh Groban, Drake, Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, Jessie J, Blake Shelton, Haim, Wiz Khalifa, »
- Gina Carbone
The winners of BBC1’s The Voice have a habit of ending up in the category marked “where are they now?” But BBC News had some reassuring words about the career of last year’s winner ahead of the talent show’s return to BBC1 for its fourth series on Saturday. “If you’re thinking what happened to last year’s winner, Jermaine Jackson, well, he’ll be releasing his debut album this year,” said the BBC (about 50 seconds into the video link above). It’s been a while since Michael Jackson’s brother and former member of the Jackson Five, Jermaine, made his recording debut. The Voice winner Jermain Jackman, on the other hand, will release his eponymous album later this year, having reached number 39 on the iTunes chart with his cover of And I am Telling You I’m Not Going. And I’m telling you I’m not Jermaine Jackson. »
7 items from 2015
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