The video -- which features the 29-year-old singer dancing around Tokyo in a tutu with a quartet of Asian women dressed in matching outfits -- has been slammed for its depiction of Japanese pop culture.
Billboard called it a "trainwreck" for its "Japan fetishization" and called out Lavigne for "parading around with four identical, creepily expressionless Asian women."
Did Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott fake a cheating scandal to land a reality show? As a new Jezebel article points out… not everything about Lifetime’s “True Tori” series is adding up.
Meanwhile, Lifetime tells “Extra” the reports are “so false."Tori explained that Dean went to rehab for sex addiction right after news broke of his affair in late December. She claimed she spent the holidays alone with the four kids. The problem is that Dean was active on social media through mid to late January. He even posted Christmas and New Year’s photos with the family.
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ExtraTV.com Senior Writer Kit Bowen and Joel Amos from MovieFanatic.com will discuss the comedy "The Other Woman," starring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann, the horror flick "The Quiet Ones," the Paul Walker film "Brick Mansions" and more!
During the chat, you'll also be able weigh-in and have the chance to talk with the panelists on camera.
America’s sweetheart Meg Ryan is headed to television for the new CBS “How I Met Your Mother” spin-off, reports Entertainment Weekly.Meg will be providing the unseen voice of “future Sally,” a character played by Greta Gerwig in flashbacks. Think Bob Saget's voice in “HIMYM.”
Actors Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis welcomed their first child on Sunday, a boy named Otis Alexander.
The proud new mom announced the birth on Twitter, writing, "Ladies and gentlemen, Otis Alexander Sudeikis has LEFT the building! (I'm the building)."