The creators of MTV’s “Punk’d” teamed up with Nick Jonas to pull a prank on “Good Morning America” host Josh Elliott. Watch as the GMA host interviews the music star and pisses him off at 3:40 by asking him a question about a pending lawsuit over a Jonas Brothers song. The musician loses his cool and goes off on the TV host. Nick Jonas throws a superstar tantrum that includes smashing an iPad!
This heavy metal rock band is so pissed off that he wrote a whole song about it. The band Texas Hippie Coalition performs its song “Pissed Off and Mad About It” in a stripped down music video. The song about being pissed off at life is actually kind of catchy! Give it a listen and share the feeling of being pissed off expressed through music.
Country Music Singer Dale Watson was recently on tour in Australia and booked a flight on Tiger Airways. The airline preceded to charge the musician $500 worth of baggage fees for a box of his CDs and then lost the box valued at over $3,000! Needless to say, Dale Watson was pissed off over the incident and contacted the airline about it. From Watson’s account, the customer service from Tiger Airways was extremely lacking. So much so, that he decided to write a song about the airline. We’re pretty sure the pissed off country singer made Tiger Airways very angry when the song debuted. The song is entitled, “Tiger Airways and Their We Don’t Care-ways” and has caught the attention of media outlets all over the world. We’ve posted the video to the song below!
Though she references God in several of her songs (“I’m beautiful in my way/ ‘Cause God makes no mistakes”), several members of the Catholic faith have their paws up over Lady Gaga’s new song “Judas,” in which she claims she’s “in love” with that guy who betrayed the savior .
The new song was leaked to the web on Friday is pretty much the same as “Alejandro,” in which Gaga sings about loving someone and having to leave some poor schmuck named Alejandro. However, the new song (and forthcoming music video where Gaga portrays Mary Magdalene alongside Judas played by Norman Reedus) features someone leaving Jesus for Judas, as demonstrated by such colorful lines as: “I want to love you/ But something’s pulling me away from you/ Jesus is my virtue, and Judas is the demon I cling to/ I’m just a holy fool/ Oh baby he’s so cruel/ But I’m still in love with Judas, baby.”
Naturally, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights is none too happy about someone loving an apostle that betrayed Jesus, according to New York Daily News, and seems to think—and this is crazy—that the song is a stunt to make money. I’ve never heard of that happening.
“People have real talent, and then there is Lady Gaga,” Catholic League President Bill Donohue told HollywoodLife. He continued to explain that the singer shocks Catholics and Christians by dressing as a nun and swallowing the rosary.
“She is trying to rip off Christian idolatry to shore up her talentless, mundane and boring performances. Maybe if she had more talent we’d be more offended. She has gone to the well too many times,” he said.