Our issue with the commercial below isn't with the Biebs, keytars in general (they are, arguably, the greatest instruments ever created), or even this specific throw-away Justin Bieber Paper Jamz Keyboard Guitar toy ($9.99 at Best Buy).
It's the spot itself that has us completely confuzzled. We mean, it’s gotta be a parody…right? Those high schoolers are clearly in their mid-twenties – too old for hanging out by the lockers, lustin’ after Justin, or even playing this keytar sober – and the seemingly intentional early '90s production desgin raises more red flags than a Herman Cain ad. But then again, there’s a bizarre, disturbing earnestness to the whole affair and punchlines…where are the punchlines? Like, what the hell is this???
Say what you will about Iggy Azalea, but the girl's got style.
Wait, let us try that again.
Say what you will about Iggy Azalea, but the girl's going to host MTV's House of Style.
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After a five-year hiatus, MTV is bringing back its iconic inside-fashion docu-series, and has tapped the read
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