"What we'll see will defy explanation..."
Bring out the tissues!
Instead of being applauded and acknowledged for a great performance, Coldplay, and particularly lead singer Chris Martin instead were the butt of many jokes and memes. Social media feeds were overflowing with snark this morning. Many were mocking Chris Martin for being sidelined during the Super Bowl halftime show.
Coldplay, along with Beyoncé and Bruno Mars, gave one of the best performances the halftime show has ever seen with the simple yet powerful message, "Believe in Love." This fueled a reaction that is quite common to members of the LGBT community. To put it gently, the homophobes went to work all across the virtual world.
Long live the king (and queen) of pop.
Viewers can't seem to make up their minds if this is a celebration of Indian culture, or a mess of tired stereotypes.
It's a bit of an understatement to say that the world of music can be a strange and unexpected place. As fans, we're constantly
The Captain's Logger -- The master of the universe that uses his or her status updates as a daily log. Save the useless information about your cat and pictures of your left over Arby's Beef 'N Cheddar combo for someplace else. Like Twitter.
Chris Martin is reportedly rethinking his marriage split. He and Gwyneth Paltrow announced their split, after ten years of
Coldplay recently ended their musical disappearing act with the release of their "Magic" music video. Directed by Grammy