How did people survive before the Internet? This week alone, a casual Web surfer has had access to celebrity freakouts, onstage mishaps, and one adorable little kid who was out of his mind on drugs. Read on to find out what you may have missed.
Christian Bale, best known for his role as Batman in The Dark Knight, got some unwanted attention this week after someone leaked a recording of him throwing a tantrum on the set of Terminator: Salvation. WARNING: This recording features an ungodly amount of profanity, which we have to admit was deployed quite creatively, in some cases. If you think you can handle it, TMZ has the audio.
This being the Internet, it wasn't but a day before when somebody had posted the irresistible dance remix. The remix, by the way, contains even more profanity than the original.
Really, Bale's position is understandable. I believe Edward Furlong had a similar freakout on the set of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, when someone got in his sightlines while Arnold was being lowered into the vat of molten steel.
We were all excited for Bruce Springsteen's halftime show at the Super Bowl. The Boss delivered, as usual. But with all his sprightly moves up there, it seems he underestimated how highly polished the stage floor needed to be for the TV cameras. Did you catch this little snafu?
How this is any less offensive or, ahem, "in your face" than Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction of a few years ago, I couldn't say. But hey, it's the Boss.
Finally, what's a more wholesome good time than a seven-year-old kid high out of his mind? The YouTube sensation burning up the intertubes this week was little David, questioning your so-called reality after having a tooth removed:
Hilarious? Yes. Borderline child abuse? Probably. I can't imagine what kind of parent would actually upload something like this. This video's going to be exhibit A when David is suing for emancipation at age 15.
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