Music, Movies and the Not So Mundane

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Russian ballroom dance champion Maksim Chmerkovskiy completely lost his shit on Dancing with the Stars judges last night after only earning himself 20 out of 30 points for his performance with Hope Solo. Judge Len Goodman got the brunt of it after railing Solo. "Hope, I've never lost faith in you," Len said, after the dance to "Seasons of Love" from the musical Rent. "I always feel like there is so much there, and for some reason it hasn't come out. This is your worst dance of the season in my opinion."

"I've been in this business for 50 years," Chmerkovskiy sharply retorted: "Then maybe it's time to go!" Goodman and Chmerkovskiy went back and forth before Chmerkovskiy told host Brooke Charvet, "With all due respect, this is my show. I help make it what it is."—-

So, some asshole is making another Texas Chainsaw Massacre. But this one is in 3-fucking-D! BTW, the tagline is “Buzz. Kill.”

Kristen Stewart was injured on the set of Snow White and the Huntsman, but fear not. Well, at least according to costar Max Manganello: “It’s a wrap for today. Kristen hurt herself…nothing scary. We shoot on friday,” Manganello tweeted. @honeybadger #ImGettingPaidMoreThanYou

Stream the new Florence + The Machine album, Ceremonials, here.

The New York Daily News says an OWS sympathizer has created an “I’m Getting Arrested” app that lets protesters to send out text messages to friends and family for when the police are detaining them.

A stray cat in Turkey attempted to perform a cardiac massage to his injured female companion who had been struck by a car and left for dead. The cat wouldn’t allow strangers near the injured cat until a veterinarian arrived. Unfortunately the female cat died shortly after arriving at the veterinary clinic.

Happy Birthday to Craig Robinson, Adam Goldberg, Katy Perry and the late Pablo Picasso.

In case you hadn’t noticed, this is the theme song for one of our local news stations.