Black Eyed Peas song "My Humps" has been named as having the worst lyrics in dance music.
The group's 2005 single received more than twenty per cent of votes cast in a poll of clubbers by GlobalGathering festival. The song contains the repetitive line, "My hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, my hump, My hump, my hump, my hump, my lovely little lumps." The song reached number three in the UK singles chart when it was released but it seems the public don't look back on it fondly.
In second place clubbers voted "Nassaja" by German outfit Scooter, with its nonsensical line, "It's not a bird, it's not a plane. It must be Dave who's on the train."
The top three was completed by the 90's dance-pop group Vengaboys with their song "Up and Down," which simply repeats the words "up" and "down" over and over again.
Just one Black Eyed Pea will return to the American Idol stage next month, but he won’t be alone. Will.i.am will team with Jamie Foxx to sing “Hot Wings (I Wanna Party),” which is featured in the animated film Rio.
The Black Eyed Peas performed as an act on the reality series last week, and will.i.am is sure to put on a great show when he appears on April 15.
Stay-up-to-date on all the show spoilers, gossip and performances when you read all our American Idol 10 posts.
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The Black Eyed Peas put on a highly-produced halftime show for Super Bowl XVL watchers, though they didn’t do it alone. Quick guest appeareances from Slash and Usher help put the show over the top.
The Peas performed a variety of melodies, including their hit "Boom Boom Pow" and "The Time (Dirty Bit)."
Some (meaning, Perez Hilton) are calling it the “best Super Bowl half time show in years,” but others have an opposing opinion. Yahoo’s review found the Peas to be a little nervous an uncomfortable. Their verdict? Usher should have headlined the entire show.
Form your own opinion, and watch the whole thing in the video above.
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You can look back at 2010 and think about the Gulf Oil Spill, the Tea Party movement or the Chilean Mine incident.
Or, you can fondly remember the year for a whole new round of infectious music.
Can’t recall the tracks you were introduced to over the past 12 months? Then check out the latest creation from DJ Earworm above.
Billboard’s Top 25 Hits of 2010 – which are all incorporated in the mashup -- are listed in full after the jump.
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-Will singer George Michael have a new career as a reality show judge? The former Wham singer was reportedly offered a deal by Simon Cowell to appear on the U.S. version of The X Factor.
-Aretha Franklin returned home earlier this week after undergoing surgery in Detroit. According to her cousin, the Queen of Soul -- who is rumored to have pancreatic cancer -- is hoping to be back "on stage, late spring or early summer."
-Train's "Soul Sister" was iTunes' best-selling single of the year. Katy Perry's "California Gurls" ended 2010 in second place while Eminem and Rihanna's "Love the Way You Lie" placed third on the list.
-Funk legend George Clinton has accused the Black Eyed Peas of illegal sampling. He is suing the group for using "(Not Just) Knee Deep" in remixed versions of their song "Shut Up."
This season, the sporting event will be held in Dallas on February 6.
“They could have picked anybody,” will.i.am told Rolling Stone. “It says something that they picked us.”
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-Plan on purchasing Rock Band 3? Then you'll have the ability to download a number of Billy Joel's hits. This is the first time the singer is allowing his music to be used in a video game.
-"The Time," the first single from The Black Eyed Peas' upcoming album, can be heard online courtesy of will.i.am. The Beginning will be released on November 30.
-Country Strong's Gwyneth Paltrow will be performing the title song from her upcoming movie at the Country Music Awards. Vince Gill will join her for the November 10 gig.
-T.I.'s problems keep mounting. The rapper is being sued by a concert promoter for failing to show up at a "Welcome Back Party" that was thrown in his honor after his last jail release.
-Divinyls singer Chrissy Amphlett has revealed she has breast cancer. The 51-year-old, best known for the song "I Touch Myself," was already battling multiple sclerosis at the time of her diagnosis.
UPDATE: “Don’t belive gossip about fergie leaving the group (we are never breaking up) its all lies!!!” will.i.am recently wrote on Twitter.
If a new report is true, The Black Eyed Peas could soon be losing some lady lumps.
According to RadarOnline.com, the Peas’ sole female singer - Fergie - is considering leaving the chart-topping act. This decision could affect a 2011 tour currently being planned.
So why is the 35-year-old thinking about making this move? Does she want to focus on her successful solo career? Is she looking to do more films like Nine?
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-Billboard claims Kelly Clarkson, not Carrie Underwood, is still the most successful American Idol to date. Chris Daughtry comes in third.
-Country music artists are being impacted by the devastating floods in Nashville. Equipment from Brad Paisley’s tour has been destroyed, Kenny Chesney’s home will likely be condemned and the Grand Ole Opry House is collecting water.
-Big & Rich’s John Rich claims he wouldn’t “pass judgment on any friend” - like singer Chely Wright - if they were gay. So he just likes using the word “deviant”?
-The Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” has topped Flo Rida’s “Low” to become the best-selling digital single in history. Boom Boom Pow!
-Chynna Phillips, Carnie Wilson and Wendy Wilson will be reuniting for a new Wilson Phillips tour and Christmas album. Oh, yes - the dream is still alive.
How do big girls handle potentially embarrassing - and public - falls? Well, as singer Fergie demonstrated earlier this week, they pick themselves right back up and keep on singing.
During the Black Eyed Peas’ concert in Kansas City on Wednesday, the Duchess managed to avoid falling on any lady lumps and tumbled to her knees instead.
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