LADIES Saint is into warm blankets, warm tubs and Swedish fish [Suicide Girls]
She's no sinner.
BANGERS Jay-Z & Kanye West "Otis" [XXL Mag]
Off Watch the Throne with some love for Otis Redding.
OCTAGON Five NBA players who could cross over during the NBA lockout [Cage Potato]
Big Baby would probably be wise to leave the nickname in the NBA.
DISGUISED The 25 best and worst costumes from superhero movies [Complex]
Some dressed the part, some dressed for S&M parties.
BELOW THE BELT MMA: All nut-shot edition [CollegeHumor]
Pushing testicles to the limit.
REVISED Fixed that for you: tweaked TV titles (pictures) [Fork Party]
Just one letter can turn a show from PG to porn.
NO MA'AM Video: The Guy Code, as explained by a creepy shirtless nerd [Guyism]
Sponsored by handlebar mustaches.
UNIMPRESSED How every security guard is about to feel at Comic-Con [BuzzFeed]
Either that or he's pissed that they took his costume idea.
Photo: Suicide Girls
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Professional sports leagues love to promote stories about their players volunteering in their communities and spreading the love around. But, as the above infographic demonstrates, that giving spirit oftentimes leads athletes to spread something else--their seed. During the regular season, these guys travel nonstop, and nights on the road can get lonely. Unfortunately for some, the price of quenching that loneliness is a couple decades' worth of child support. Click the image above for the 10 pro players with the most babies by different baby mamas.
Infographic by Graeme Richardson, MTV
LADIES Beyoncé covers Complex's August/September issue [Complex]
And she covers it very, very well.
BANGERS Beastie Boys ft. Santigold "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" [XXL Mag]
No action figures were harmed in the making of this video.
BOARDS Athlete spotlight: Andy Macdonald [Alli Action]
With photos narrated by Andy Macdonald.
MASHED Book cover bands: literature and music, mashed up [MTV Hive]
This is definitely the way to get stubborn kids to read.
COMIC-CON The 9 coolest moments in Comic-Con history [NextMovie]
Although let's not forget Blake Lively's performance there last year.
SPATTER In honor of "Dexter"--bloodstain analysis infographic [Fork Party]
Every droplet tells a sick story.
SMILE Compare and contrast how Britney and Rihanna meet their fans [Daily What]
The difference is subtle but it's there.
SCULPTURE Hand of the desert [Atlas Obscura]
If you're like us, you're obsessively building your Google+ circles right now. Unlike Facebook, Google+ allows you to organize your followers into handy circles like "friends," "family," and "annoying coworkers who won't shut up about the Casey Anthony verdict already."
Like Twitter, it appears celebrities are getting in on the Google+ action. Through our vast web of Hollywood insiders (who we pay with "Jersey Shore" grenade whistles), we've been able to obtain the Google+ circles of some celebrities and MTV favorites. Find out who Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen and more have in their Google+ circles below.
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There's something inherently hot about a girl in a band. And when that girl is a babe before she straps on the guitar, you really have something special. But rocker girls aren't for everyone; some guys would rather their female performers take part in well-choreographed dances while wearing spandex suits and hands-free mics. While those guys can have their Britneys and Katy Perrys, we'll take an indie girl in plaid and tats. In celebration, here are nine crushable indie rock babes, and what your taste for each means about you.
So you're planning on having an awesome July 4th party. Excellent decision. You'll probably stock up with beer, fireworks, compile a monster music playlist and invite over friends and family. You may even have a pool and an outrageously long slip 'n slide annexed to it. Beer games--check. This is all great, but...how will the Independence Day extravaganza turn out? If all goes well, everyone will have a blast on a sunny day with a 30 percent probability of a sick day on Tuesday.
To aid you in determining how you and your guests will fare at the party, we pooled our collective July 4th experience and created this handy flowchart so you'll have a solid idea how the party will conclude.
Illustration by Brendan McGinley
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Although the government recently killed the food pyramid in favor of "My Plate," the triangle tower of grub remains a perfect way to illustrate how music fans should be consuming hip-hop. A steady diet of Notorious P.I.E. and Aesop Rocky Road may taste great, but you've got to balance that with some Jay-Ziti and Ludacrisps.
Obviously, we've taken the liberty of altering the names of the game's best artists to construct the Hip Hop Pyramid. And for good reason: It was a lot of fun. But more important, so you could meet your recommended dietary hip-hop allowance for each of the main food groups. Tweet us your best additions @MTVClutch with the hashtag #rapperfoods and we'll post them later. Get your grub on.
Design by Gavin Alaoen
In the inevitable all-consuming alien robot war between the Autobots and Decepticons, we all may have to take a side. Humans can either stand idly BY as the Transformers battle to the death, or take the form of their car and participate in the machine massacre.
Naturally, when it's time for destruction again on June 29 (when "Transformers 3" hits theaters), rappers will choose to fight. And since Bumblebee has already taken the 2010 Camaro, musicians and beat makers will have to morph into some different whips. We've imagined how a bunch of them will look as (one of) their own cars. Dr. Dre, above, is his Hummer H2--aka one scary mofo.
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, aka OFWGKTA or Odd Future, is a hip-hop/art/skateboarding collective out of Los Angeles, California. They're essentially a group of dysfunctional/talented kids with enough motivation to take over the world. And they're pretty much already doing it.
Riding their online popularity to crossover success, the group has appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and the MTV Woodie Awards, completely sold out their tour and have received shout-outs from The Roots and Diddy. While Odd Future's presumed frontman Tyler, the Creator is the most visible, there is a veritable Wu-Tang Clan of members behind him. Some come and go, but to help readers identify the main cast, Clutch has designed baseball-style trading cards for each, complete with rundowns of their stats. Get to collectin' after the jump.
Twenty-seven years after the cult classic dancing film "Footloose" hit theaters, starring the astonishingly prolific Kevin Bacon, the film is being rebooted with a whole new cast. The group that will be dancing mad in the 2011 version includes some fresh faces--Kenny Wormald as Ren McCormack and Miles Teller as Willard--as well as some veterans--Dennis Quaid as Rev. Shaw Moore and Andie MacDowell as Vi Moore.
Incredibly, all of the main characters are connected to the face of the famous original: Kevin effing Bacon. If you're not familiar with the game "Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon," here's a brief primer: Every single actor who's ever existed is connected to Kevin Bacon, who boasts an impressive 71 acting credits, many of them with star-studded casts.
The trailer for the reboot was just released and you can check it out below. But now, kick off your Sunday shoes and see how they're all connected to the inimitable Kevin Bacon.
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