You know how sometimes you're just so full of artistic energy and creative brilliance that you have no choice but to throw back your head and howl like a pop music wolf? Well, musicians do. YouTuber "The Cutting Room" has assembled this montage of 60 songs between 2006 and 2015, charting pop music's infatuation with "Whoa-oo-oh!" It's not that all these songs are bad (some of them definitely are) but after a while, you do start to wonder how much of this is real energy and how much of it was a songwriter who couldn't think of anything to say. Check it out ... Discuss

Actor Ewan McGregor recently sat down with Yahoo! Movies to discuss his new film Last Days in the Desert, in which he plays both Jesus and the Devil. The movie tells the story of the 40 days Christ spent in the desert before beginning his ministry. McGregor was asked that because his “portrayal is of him as a man, not a deity,” how he thinks religious audiences will react.

I can’t imagine any issue with it, because there’s never a moment that he’s uncertain of his faith. I played him as the son of God and a man who is in the desert for 40 days and 40 nights to meditate on his path, the path ahead of him, which is to go out and preach and dedicate his life, ultimately and completely, to spreading the word of God, his father.

The film opened at Sundance, and will have a wide release later this year ... Discuss

In the last decade, Pandora listeners have clicked those little “thumbs up”/”thumbs down” buttons while streaming songs more than 50 billion times. Buzzfeed got their hands on the streaming-radio service’s most-liked tunes of all time, and with more than 20 million votes Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” leads the way. Aside from the classic rock staple, the rest of Pandora’s biggest jams are a collection of top-40 hits that you’ve likely heard thousands of times at this point, like Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”, The Fray’s “How to Save a Life”, Adele’s “Someone Like You” and Drake’s “The Motto”. You can go here to see the full rundown ... Discuss

Mobile phone charger company Mophie isn’t afraid to court controversy in their new Super Bowl ad by making God the star of the 60-second spot. The apocalyptic scenario in the epic ad is based on a simple joke: If the average person feels powerless when their cell phone dies, just imagine how God would feel? Watch and debate below ... Discuss

We've already seen an example of how not to spend millions of dollars on your Super Bowl ad. Today, we get the flipside: another one of Snickers' genuinely charming "You're Not You When You're Hungry" ads. The less you know about it going in, the better, but let's just say if Hollywood's looking to remake The Brady Bunch, they need to put Snickers in charge of the casting process ... Discuss

Earlier this week, Justin Bieber appeared on Ellen to celebrate her birthday and also get a little talking-to about some of his recent antics. If you're unfamiliar with those antics, you can Google them at your leisure, but for the purposes of this story, it seems Ellen's words hit home with young master Bieber. He has issued a very, very dark apology video which, lighting techniques aside, do seem to feature a young pop star genuinely attempting to come to terms with the disconnect between who he feels like he is and what he actually does. "It’s been a minute since I’ve been in a public appearance," he says. "And I didn’t want to come off arrogant or conceited, or basically how I’ve been acting the last year, year and a half."

Being young and growing up in this business is hard—growing up in general is hard ...I really want people to know I care. I care about people. I’m not that person that I don’t give a f***, I’m not that kid. I’m a person who genuinely, genuinely cares. Although what’s happened in the past has happened, I just want to make the best impression on people, and be kind, and loving, and gentle, and soft. Although people can call me a softie, that’s how my mom raised me.

You can watch the whole video here (there is one profanity, as you've seen) and determine for yourself whether or not he's turning over a new leaf. It's worth remembering that this comes on the heels of Bieber's recent baptism by Hillsong NYC pastor Carl Lentz ... Discuss

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