Todrick Hall is Back at it Again

Damn Todrick! Back at it again with the amazing videos.

In case you’re a total friendless loser with no access to the internet, Todrick Hall is an amazing YouTuber who creates these totally outrageous and completely jaw dropping videos. His latest video is one for the books. “Britney and the Beast” is a totally genius 8 min musical that combines the iconic music of the legendary Britney Spears to Beauty and the Beast.

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7 Reasons Why The Little Mermaid is the most LGBT Friendly Movie Ever.

If you know me then you know that I am a huge Disney freak. Even at the prime age of 24 I still relish my old Disney movies. Who needs to go out in public when I can stay in with Cinderella, Mulan, and Tarzan? But out of all the great Disney movies out there my favourite Disney movie, perhaps my favourite movie of all time, is The Little Mermaid. I don’t even know how to put into words my love of this movie. Ever since I watched it when I was a toddler, I was mesmerized. Even my parents couldn’t understand why I was so infatuated by a mermaid princess. Well, after watching Ariel turn into a human for the 723523452459 time I think I finally figured why I was so drawn to this movie. The Little Mermaid is actually LGBT friendly. Growing up as a young closeted gay The Little Mermaid was probably my first foray into the gay community.

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All The Musical Covers Featured on Season 12 of Grey’s Anatomy So Far


Grey’s Anatomy has always been known for their exquisite musical taste. Whether it’s an upbeat indie pop song and tearjerking ballad Shonda Rhimes always knows the best song to play background for the drama at Grey Sloan Memorial. Who could forget the iconic musical episode of season seven? Till this day I cannot listen to The Fray’s “How to Save a Life” or “Chasing Cars” from Snow Patrol without bursting into tears. Thanks Ms. Rhimes. However you may have noticed that this season of Grey’s Anatomy features something different. The music supervisors on the show have spiced things up and decided to use covers as the soundtrack to everyone’s favourite doctors.

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