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26 October 2010, 13.20 | Posted in Magazines, celebrity, lingerie, movie | 4 comments »


The official video (above) for Will.I.Am and Nicki Minaj’s single “Check It Out,” an ode to Japanese anime culture, [UPDATE: Nicki is quoted saying the video is an ode to anime, but a reader points out that it's more an ode to Korean pop. See comments for details.] is now available for your viewing pleasure. –Onsmash

Ever wish you had a caboose as perfect as Kim Kardashian’s? She probably gets assistance from Bubbles “Take Your Gluteus to the Maximus” Bodywear, and so can you. –Elle

Colette is offering a bunch of rubber-themed merchandise in the lead up to the movie “Rubber,” by Quentin Dupieux, including of course, rubbers! –Colette

Vera Wang’s Autumn 2011 bridal collection features frothy bottoms and the wedding dress silhouette that refuses to die, strapless.–Popbee

After being fired from her gig at Bazaar magazine in the mid-seventies, Ana Wintour went to work for the x-rated Penthouse magazine, a gig that lasted two years and one that Wintour has tried to erase from her resume. –Fashioncopious

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  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Vincent Beneche and Shopping and Style, Style Urls. Style Urls said: Late Last Night Link Ups:   The official video (above) for Will.I.Am and Nicki Minaj’s single “Check It Out,” an o… http://bit.ly/aNJquL [...]

  2. Setting the Record Straight:

    Highsnobette, love your site, but please get your facts straight. The above Nicki Minaj video is an ode to Korean Pop (K-Pop). The announcement beforehand is in Korean and all the words popping up are Korean (they are just translations of the verses.)
    The bright colors are common in Korean pop videos and the melody is also very similar to typical Korean pop videos.
    So, I get you don’t read Korean (or Japanese for that matter.) But where in the world did you get the animae from?!

  3. Nicki described it as “an ode almost to Japanese anime.” The article does mention the use of Korean language but not much else. Thanks for the added info, I added it to the post. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1650829/20101026/minaj__nicki.jhtml

  4. skim:

    Will.I.Am has been working with Korean girl group 2NE1 recently. I think by releasing this video he wants to get Americans a little more used to the Korean music scene before they debut in the States. As a Korean American, I still don’t know how I feel about it.

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