We’re breaking some news from Timbaland himself regarding our favorite former pop couple – Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. This episode is presented in unofficial partnership with Unsolved Mysteries. #justney
Dear students: due to the profound and disturbing dissolution of Anna Faris’s and Chris Pratt’s marriage, we invite you to attend our office hours. We’d like to help you work through this confusing time.
We also draw your attention to an important issue: Halsey’s secret Harry Styles ~stan~ past. If you think we’re extra, just you wait.
In this week’s lecture, the professors examine an under-studied phenomenon: the rise of the male socialite. We unpack the events surrounding the Pussy Posse and its most notable member: Leonardo DiCaprio. Please note that headphones and a vape pen are required for this episode, as is a general disregard for women.
Students, take your seats! This lecture’s going to be a doozy, as the time has come for us to study the one socialite to rule them all: Lindsay effing Lohan. La Lohan proved to be funner, crazier, and red hair-ier than the rest, giving her a special place in 2000s history and beyond. From Olympic-medalling sexual escapades to political aspirations, and a complex code-based language employed in her social media posts, Lindsay definitely knows more than you think.
We also discuss pressing matters such as James Franco’s pretension, 2005’s VMAs, and why Kanye West should deliver his State of the Union using the staging set-up from the Life of Pablo tour.
Find your reading list here: Lindsay Lohan Bibliography
In this week’s inaugural discussion section, we examine current events. These include the Drake Bell & Josh Peck feud, hygiene (featuring Bella Thorne and Scott Disick), Insta-stardom with an unwilling Hailey Baldwin, the Pussy Posse, and exclusive stories about Amanda Bynes and Miles Teller.
We also discuss why girls should shave their faces, and that guy who can’t spell in text messages.
Your professors are busy traveling through Europe, but pop culture stops for no one! We break down several major events from the past few weeks while preparing you for our next lecture in Socialite Studies.
On this week’s episode of Pop University, special guest Carlie Craig joins your professors to school you on a week gone wild. From competing song releases to bizarre TV shows and reignited celebrity feuds, we break down the weirdest week in a while.
We also examine why honeydew is lame, whether or not we are mean, and how to become lyrical geniuses like Liam Payne.
EDIT: This podcast was recorded before the tragedy in Manchester. Our hearts are with all concert goers, staff, performers, and their families.
Welcome to your new course: Comparative Socialite Studies (Pop Culture – 2101). In today’s lecture, we cover Ms. Paris Hilton, the original celebutante! We examine her meteoric rise to fame, her alarming malice, and the genius that created an empire.
We also explore why Katy Perry is a Debbie, how insane it would be to bone the lead singer of Sum 41, and why we’re better than Brittany Furlan.
You’re reading list for this week is below, students!
Fashion: lay it on us. On this week’s episode of Pop University, we school you on the Anna Wintour era of the Met Gala. We remember the triumphs and tragedies of fashionistas past, and relish in the inane drama of the present. Several guest lecturers grace this episode, including Hiddlestoner Kelly, comedienne Carlie Craig, and a fashion expert who is not Rachel Zoe.
We also discuss Demi Lovato in LA dive bars, the ethics of being Elon Musk, and why everyone should follow Kenny G on Instagram.
This presentation will guide you through our magical haute journey.