Nicki Minaj sits at her vanity. She inserts her blue contacts and brushes her long, straight, platinum blonde wig. Her skin glows white with foundation. She adjusts her breast implants in her tank top and squeezes her butt implants into a pair of tight jeans. Then she picks up her phone to tweet that she was snubbed by the VMAs because the media favors white-friendly images and supports negative body images.
Another night comes to an end. Meaning another morning is around the corner, and Madonna will have to face the horrifying ordeal of having to look at her reflection, one day older. I wonder if she's had all the mirrors in her house taken down.
VEVO would like to thank all the people who watch:
2010: $50 mil
2011: $150 mil
2012: $300 mil (projection)
It will this week announce that it is streaming 3.7bn music videos a month. Doug Morris, the Sony Music chief executive who launched it two years ago while running Universal, told the Financial Times its revenues had risen from about $50m in 2010 to about $150m this year, and should hit $300m in 2012.