Famous Filth

Ellie Goulding Almost Died Driving Over a Frozen Lake

Ellie Goulding almost died in Norway recently. She and a friend were driving some kind of all-terrain vehicle over a frozen lake when the ice broke. They actually had to escape through the roof. Ellie had time to take a picture, but a few minutes later, the entire thing was submerged. Ellie said at the time they were in the middle of nowhere and it was minus-25 degrees. It’s not clear how they got back to civilization. The vehicle they were in is called a BV206. It has tank treads and it’s commonly used in wintry conditions.

Louis Tomlinson Shared His Baby’s Name

Louis Tomlinson of One Direction shared a photo of his new baby son Freddie last night. The mom is his ex-girflriend, a stylist in L.A. named Briana Jungwirth.

Audiences Are Cheering at Justin Bieber’s “Zoolander” Death Scene

If you’ve seen the previews for “Zoolander 2” then you know that Justin Bieber makes a cameo as himself, being murdered. Well, people at preview screenings have been cheering when it happens. And Ben Stiller has a message for them. Quote, “I think they all want to be him, They all want Justin Bieber’s life, let’s face it. I think he has a sense of humor about all of it, and I also think he has the last laugh, too.” He adds, quote, “He’s an incredibly talented guy who, for whatever reason, affects people this way. But he’s a great kid, and I was very fortunate to have him in the movie.” Get more here.

Rihanna Released Her New Album Yesterday

Rihanna’s new album “Anti” was released on Tidal yesterday, after the site “accidentally” leaked it earlier in the day. It was just a publicity stunt. Then again, not much has gone right for Tidal since Jay Z bought it last year. The album features a collaboration with Drake called “Work”. But it Doesn’t include her most recent singles “[B-word] Better Have My Money”, “American Oxygen”, and “FourFiveSeconds”. Get more here.

‘Mean’ Joe Greene Reunited with the Coke Kid From the Iconic Super Bowl Ad

Some of you may be too young to remember this iconic Super Bowl ad, it aired during the 14th Super Bowl in 1980. It captured America’s heart and quickly became a favorite. Check out the ad:

Now 36 years later, Mean Joe and the Kid have reunited. Check it out:

Get more here.


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