Monday, February 14, 2011
- What a way to attract an audience that an Aretha Franklin tribute. Why they introduced everyone involved twice. And poor Christina Aguilera, first she flubs the national anthem then falls on the Grammys. It almost makes up for having to sit through Burlesque.
- The first award goes to Train and is the only award given out in the first hour which is why the Grammys is the only award show worth watching. Instead of expanding Best Movie, the Oscars should make Best Song ten to fifteen nominees and perform them all and push most of the awards to “handed out before the telecast.”
- Lady GaGa’s performances are known for being painfully to watch with her smearing herself with fake blood or fake ash, but Born This Way is most notable for just being painfully boring. And “Don’t be a drag, be a queen” may be the lamest chant in a song ever. Hopefully this is the official end of the Lady Gaga era.
- Marky Mark is officially off the hook for worst use of Walk on the Wild Side because that HP now holds that honor.
- I wonder if Muse gets asked to perform if the lead singer didn’t knock up Kate Hudson.
- It is a shame Janelle Monáe isn’t bigger than she is, she is the female embodiment of James Brown. And I really enjoyed the do-wop version of Grenade. Also, bonus points to B.o.B for rocking a monocle.
- Wait, Jewel is a country artist now? Was that common knowledge?
- Odd that Eva Longoria came out just as Desperate Housewives was starting on another station.
- What was with the Sub Zero dancers during the Justin Bieber performance?
- Speaking of Beiber, Donny Walberg is in no position to scoff at the crappy teen starlet because he was ten times worse.
- I liked how Selena Gomez hightailed it out of there after she announced Lady Gaga as the winner. I would too.
- Despite Bob Dylan being even more gravelity voiced than usual, the Mumford & Sons / The Avett Brothers stole the show with the best performance of the night.
- Teddy Pendergrass deserves better than having one line song in honor of him. And didn’t Lady Antebellum sing Need You Now last year?
- Kings of Leon did not look happy that they were paired with Miley Cyrus. And speaking of Cyrus I am completely against her hosting Saturday Night Live because The Miley Cyrus Show is the break out sketch of the season and I fear her showing up on it with ruin it.
- Apparently the Grammys made Cee Lo Green change so many lyrics that he actually forgot them. Or maybe he was distracted by his Elton John costume.
- Just when you thought Katy Perry couldn’t get any worse she breaks out a balled featuring pictures of Russell Brand. Eww.
- I liked how they referred the Cee-Lo song as “The Song Otherwise Known as Forget You” much more entertaining than simply “Forget You.”
- Lady Antebellum wins Song of the Year. Keep in mind this is a songwriter’s award, which went to a song about drunken dialing.
- When Seth Rogan said Adam Levine was part of the Eminem / Rihanna / Dr. Dre performance I thought he was joking, but there he was at the piano. And Dre, it time to stop teasing us and give us an official release date for Detox.
- At least they spruced up the token old white guy moment this year by playing music over him. Now he knows how long winded award winners feel like. Although it was odd how he talked about accepting free speech right after a heavily censored Eminem set.
- I am not the biggest The Rolling Stones fan out there, but Mick Jagger tore the roof off the place. Too bad Raphael Saadiq get mentioned as the guitar player.
- Okay, Lady Gaga wasn’t as boring as Barbra Streisand. It’s too bad Duck Sauce didn’t come out and perform with her.
- Walk Up is a good song and all, but I have never gotten Arcade Fire as a whole.
- If Arcade Fire wins Album of the Year but lost Best Alternative Album to The Black Keys, doesn’t that mean Brothers is really the true Record of the Year?
Monday, November 23, 2009
1. Kate Bosworth (Blue Crush)
2. Kristin Kreuk (Smallville)
3. Natalie Portman (Closer)
4. Ana Ivanović (Serbian Tennis)
5. Carrie Underwood (Cowboy Casanova)
6. Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights)
7. Yvonne Stahovski (Chuck)
8. Maggie Grace (Lost)
9. Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives)
10. Kristen Bell (Forgetting Sarah Marshall)
11. Olivia Munn (Attack of the Show)
12. Adriana Lima (Victoria's Secret Model)
13. Emmanuelle Chriqui (Wrong Turn)
14. Keira Knightley (Atonement)
15. Julianne Hough (Dancing with the Stars)
16. Natalie Coughlin (US Swimming)
17. Reese Witherspoon (Legally Blonde)
18. Sophia Bush (John Tucker Must Die)
19. Elisha Cuthbert (The Girl Next Door)
20. Rachel McAdams (Wedding Crashers)
21. Eliza Dushku (Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back)
22. Amber Heard (Never Back Down)
23. Ashley Green (Summer's Moon)
24. Anne Hathaway (The Devil Wears Prada)
25. Jessica Alba (Into the Blue)
26. Stacy Keibler (WWE)
27. Heather Mitts (US Soccer)
28. Christina Aguilera (I Turn to You)
29. Nelly Furtado (Turn off the Lights)
30. Anna Kournikova (Russian Tennis)
31. Penélope Cruz (Vanilla Sky)
32. Maria Menounos (Entertainment Tonight)
33. Sienna Miller (Keen Eddie)
34. Katrina Bowden (30 Rock)
35. Jennie Finch (US Softball)
36. Rachel Stevens (Some Girls)
37. Jennifer Love Hewitt (Heartbreakers)
38. Amerie (1 Thing)
39. Brooklyn Decker (Sports Illustrated Swimsuit)
40. Vanessa Hudgens (Say OK)
41. Teresa Palmer (Bedtime Stories)
42. Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory)
43. Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls)
44. Maria Sharapova (Russian Tennis)
45. Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire)
46. Christina Milian (Dip it Low)
47. Alicia Keys (Smokin' Aces)
48. Julie Gonzalo (Eli Stone)
49. Olivia Wilde (The Black Donnellys)
50. Alison Brie (Community)
51. Rachel Bilson (The O.C.)
52. Amanda Seyfried (Mean Girls)
53. Shakira (She Wolf)
54. Sara Foster (The Big Bounce)
55. Rachel Nichols (P2)
56. Amy Adams (Sunshine Cleaning)
57. January Jones (Mad Men)
58. Jessica Simpson (These Boots Were Made for Walking)
59. Erin Andrews (ESPN)
60. Jennifer Ellison (The Phantom of the Opera)
61. Mandy Moore (Because I Said So)
62. Ana Beatriz Barros (Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit)
63. Blake Lively (Gossip Girl)
64. Ashley Williams (Snow)
65. Miranda Kerr (Victoria's Secret Model)
66. Brittany Snow (John Tucker Must Die)
67. Kate Beckinsale (Pearl Harbor)
68. Sarah Shahi (Alias)
69. Lauren London (Drivin' Me Wild)
70. Anna Nalick (Breathe (2 A.M.))
71. Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Death Proof)
72. Laura Vandervoort (Smallville)
73. Sasha Cohen (US Ice Skating)
74. Emma Stone (The House Bunny)
75. Michelle Trachtenberg (Mercy)
76. Tiffany Dupont (Greek)
77. Claudette Ortiz (Caramel)
78. Joanna Garcia (Reba)
79. Paz Vega (Spanglish)
80. Michelle Monaghan (Made of Honor)
81. Allison Mack (Smallville)
82. Rashida Jones (I Love You, Man)
83. Lauren Bergfeld (Beauty and the Geek)
84. Evangeline Lily (Lost)
85. Julianna Guill (Friday the 13th)
86. Kelli Garner (Man of the House)
87. Becki Newton (Ugly Betty)
88. Emmy Rossum (The Day After Tomorrow)
89. Alicia Leigh Willis (The L Word)
90. Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls)
91. Leighton Meester (Surface)
92. Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica)
93. Amy Acker (Angel)
94. Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman)
95. Adrianne Padalicki (Friday Night Lights)
96. Autumn Reeser (The O.C.)
97. Ginnifer Goodwin (He's Just Not That Into You)
98. Princess Madeleine Thérèse Amelie Josephine (Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland)
99. Nikki Reed (Cherry Crush)
100. Alexis Bledel (Sin City)
(Scooter’s Note: This list is based the chicks at their hottest peak as designated by the movie, television show, music video, etc. in the parentheses. It does not take into account if they let themselves go later in the decade. For a deeper look into this list, check out Breaking Down the Hottest Hot Chicks of the 00's.)