What’s Trending on Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
-Rolling Stone magazine has named the 50 Best Albums of 2017.
-They said that this year in music was interesting because genre lines fell away and artists searched for identity and purpose in weird times.
-They proclaimed that some of the year’s best classic rock claimed from pop stars like Kesha and Harry Styles; some of the best pop came from Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters and St. Vincent. SZA melded emo with modern R&B and Chris Stapleton joined classic soul to contemporary country.
-We posted the Top 50 but here are your Top 3 according to “Rolling Stone”:
- #3 is “Songs of Experience” by U2
- #2 is “Melodrama” by Lorde
- #1 is “Damn” by Kendrick Lamar
-The coming-of-age story, “Lady Bird”, has officially become the best-reviewed movie ever on Rotten Tomatoes.
-It beat out the beloved classic “Toy Story 3.”
-The Oscar contender was “certified fresh” with a 100 percent score earlier this month.
-The movie was released on Nov. 3 and has made more than $10 million with only having played in under 800 theaters nationwide.
-The film star Saoirse Ronan who plays Lady Bird, a high schooler living in 2002 Sacramento, navigating her tense relationship with her mother and unclear future.
-Fans are blasting Tori Spelling for letting her 9-year-old wear lipstick.
-She posted a photo on IG on Sunday to show a few pics from her family’s Thanksgiving celebration.
-In one of the photos in her slideshow, she posted a selfie with her oldest daughter, Stella.
-Almost immediately, followers began calling her out for Stella’s lipstick, posting “Stella is too young for dark lipstick” and “Why does your daughter have makeup on? She is too little!”
-Other fans saw fit to compliment her and her daughter saying she looked beautiful.
-com has released their Word of the Year and they obviously want us to all take a long hard look at ourselves.
-The Word of the Year for 2017 is “complicit.”
-In their press release, they say that many people have had complicity on the brain and that lookups for the word increased by nearly 300% in searches in this year compared to last year.
-com defines “complicit” as “choosing to be involved in an illegal or questionable act, especially with others; having partnership in involvement in wrongdoing.”