Justin Timberlake dropped his music video for “Supplies,” a new song from his upcoming album Man of the Woods, today. It’s four minutes and 11 seconds long, and it has images in it set to a song with lyrics like:Here are a few of the visuals that appear in this video of the music variety. I wonder if there will be any ultra-woke messaging under a thin veneer of symbolism. Maybe not! Wow I also love watching television where screens say things like “Me Too” and “End Racism Now”!
We’re about two-and-a-half weeks out from the Super Bowl, and slightly closer to the release of half-time performer Justin Timberlake’s rustic, “authentic” rebranding album Man of the Woods, so naturally Timberlake has begun embarking on a lengthy press tour. In a new interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Timberlake said some things about the last time he played the Super Bowl, and somehow managed to not profusely apologize to Janet Jackson.
It’s been nearly two months since Matt Lauer was fired from NBC for sexual harassment and abuse. Now, Ann Curry, the one person it seems everyone has been waiting to hear from, is finally actually speaking out about Lauer. Curry appeared on CBS This Morning on Wednesday and let loose. And by “let loose,” I mean that she gave a very deliberately restrained statement while also subtly acknowledging the humiliation she was put through (largely believed to be at the hands of Lauer).
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Selecting a term
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