–At the Super Bowl Christina Aquilera messes up the national anthem, proving that it wasn’t prerecorded, the Black Eyed Peas do a terrible halftime performance, and a horribly offensive ad about Tibet for GroupOn was initially confusing to David.
–On the Bonus Show Gabrielle Giffords gets brain injury treatment that troops deserve, Brazil looks to add happiness to its constitution, AOL buys the Huffington Post, Black Eyed Peas political statements, more.
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The truth behind the Christina Aguilera Backlash back in 2010 was exposed by ‘The Examiner’ (http://www.examiner.com/article/the-conspiracy-behind-christina-aguilera-s-bionic-bomb).
This exposé is really convincing. In my opinion, Lady Gaga’s camp is so threatened by Christina Aguilera’s ‘Bionic’ album. During that time, Interscope Records is promoting Gaga’s ‘The Fame Monster’ album, when I heard the whole of the ‘Bionic’ album, I got the instincts that it would crash Lady Gaga into pieces. Christina’s album is filled with fresh mainstream tracks ready to kill leading pop acts in the charts. I believe it was sabotaged by her antis.
To Gaga, Akon, Perez Hilton and Interscope records: What goes around, comes around… so be on your guards.
btw, that’s not my voice lol
UPDATED DETAILS AS OF 15 AUGUST 2011:
Your Chicago Pop Music Examiner recently attended a secret meeting at the Hilton in Downtown Chicago. I wasn’t told what it was about (I assumed a bunch of Lady Gaga fans gathered there to kill me), but had to go due to curiosity.
There were seven people at this meeting and I was basically strip searched so I couldn’t record any information. An audio recording, which took place on April 2, 2010, was played and featured a bunch of people in a room talking about ways to destroy Christina Aguilera’s upcoming “atomic disaster” Bionic.
“I have already emailed Perez Hilton ,” a man with a thick Middle Eastern accent said. Another suggested that they “work the phones,” which sounded like he meant to have people call radio stations and tell them to not play the the album’s first single “Not Myself Tonight.”
“Nobody cares about the phones; it’s all about the blogs!” a frog-like voice that belonged to a guy named Roger revealed. The next part of the tape featured the group playing “Not Myself Tonight” and laughing over it. After the record stopped, insults were made about Christina Aguilera that are too offensive to talk about here.
The guy who led the present meeting at the Hilton was a former record executive who now teaches at Columbia University. He believes the April 2, 2010 meeting was held by Interscope executives. However, the name Lady Gaga wasn’t mentioned once in the recording.
(Source: The Examiner)