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Lizzo Knocking Back Frankie Muniz's Thirsty Shot Proves She's 100% That Bitch

Well at least he shot his shot.

It’s no secret that the GOAT team love Lizzo, her music and everything she does (well, mostly). But there’s such thing as liking someone too much and Frankie Muniz proved what happens when you combine that with Twitter and an unhealthy amount of thirst.

It began when Agent Cody Banks got himself worked up and decided in his infinite wisdom to send Lizzo a full-on thirst tweet that could cause a flood.

Look, it’s one thing to slide into someone’s DMs but it’s another to go unfiltered horny on main. And that’s not even taking into account the whole wanting Lizzo to make him her purse bit.

Graciously requesting to be someone’s purse is arguably one of the more unique ways of expressing your not-so-secret thirst but doesn’t seem like it’s one of those “former child star” meltdowns.

Okay, he’s had a few health issues that include concussion-related memory issues but when you take into account his lifestyle of race car driving, being a drummer in a rock band and, uh, being a Dancing on the Stars contestant, unashamedly frothing over Lizzo by offering to house her stuff in the form of a subservient inanimate object doesn’t seem that farfetched on the “Frankie Muniz shenanigans” scale.

After catching wind of Frankie’s horny on main moment, she responded in the only way that’s appropriate for a situation like this:

Looks like her twerk skills aren’t the only thing that’s up on legendary.

It’s hard to discern what Frankie Muniz was trying achieve by publicly declaring how horny he is for Lizzo but massive props to the guy for shooting his shot and seeing what happens.

Having said that, we’re pretty certain Lizzo’s been inundated with offers from people offering to be her purse or accessorary so best of luck to Frankie on his endeavour to be a personal handbag.

Jennifer Lopez And Shakira Headlining The Super Bowl Is A Big Win For Women And Latin Americans

The world is going to be set on fire.

Let’s be honest here, there are only two reasons why 100+ million people tune in to watch the Super Bowl: the crazy ads and the big name music acts performing at the halftime show.

For the 2020 event, we’re getting what may be one of the greatest halftime show headlining acts in Super Bowl history: Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

The pair made the announcement with a series of teasing, slow-burn tweets and Instagram posts before culminating in a winning shot of J-Lo and Shakira (and a massive Pepsi logo because they’re the halftime show’s main sponsor).

Words can’t do justice just how big of a deal it is. The last two Super Bowl halftime shows – Maroon 5 in 2019 and Justin Timberlake in 2018 – didn’t exactly set the world alight and there’s no doubt J-Lo and Shakira will put on a hell of a better show, especially since they actually seem super stoked to be there.

But more importantly than wiping the floor with Maroon 5 and Justin Timberlake, J-Lo and Shakira represent a big representation win for women and the Latin American community.

There have only been two Latin performers – Gloria Estefan and Enrique Iglesias – to take the Super Bowl halftime show when it became a thing in the 60s, making J-Lo and Shakira’s headlining act pretty historic. In just one show, the number of Latin performers will double.

While there have been female artists – like Lady Gaga and Beyoncé – who have headlined the Super Bowl halftime show, there has never been two massive female performers like J-Lo and Shakira sharing the stage as co-headlining acts.

All in all, the 2020 halftime show is shaping up to not only be an epic romp but also a huge representation victory that will hopefully open the door for more diverse artists.

Oh, there’s a possibility Pitbull may rock up for a cameo since the 2020 Super Bowl will take place at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go listen to ‘On the Floor’ and ‘Loba’ back-to-back on repeat as preparation for the J-Lo and Shakira extravaganza (aka the 2020 Super Bowl).

The OG Masked Singer Is More Talent Than Kitsch, We Were Robbed

Having Lindsay Lohan on is a delight though.

A TV show featuring bunch of people with varying levels of singing ability hiding behind flashy costumes while a panel of judges consisting of Dannii Minogue, Jackie O, uh, Dave Hughes and… Lindsay Lohan (?) throw quips and jokes about every performance.

Yep, I’m definitely talking about The Masked Singer, Australia’s new favourite obsession.

There are plenty of good reasons why The Masked Singer is ridiculously hot right now. The performances vary wildly between campy and kitsch with hints of talent sprinkled through out but it is almost always entertaining.

Sure not every judge is qualified to really make any judgements about the singing ability of the contestants but any lack of proper music qualification is made up for the fact that Lindsay Lohan is on the panel and is having the time of her life despite looking utterly clueless most of the time.

The Masked Singer knows it’s turn-your-brain-off campy fun and smartly leans into it so it’s not too surprising why it’s such a big hit.

But for all the entertainment and kitsch The Masked Singer brings to the table, the Korean OG – titled King of Masked Singer – was something else altogether and you simply must check it out if you’re a fan of the Aussie version.

Whereas our local version is delightfully cheesy and all about the spectacle in the best way possible), the Korean version takes the actual singing part a bit more seriously.

Given the sheer number of talented singers produced by the South Korea’s K-pop machine compared to Australia’s comparatively miniscule music scene, it’s no surprise that King of Masked Singer is filled with people who could actually sing whereas The Masked Singer has folks like Brett Lee.

As a result, the show is stuffed with stunning vocal performances week in week out and there’s no need to rely on flashy costumes.

Almost every singer and K-pop idol who has been on the show – and they have ranged from BTS-levels of fame to indie artists – is stupidly talented and whoever couldn’t appear as a contestant will likely appear on the judging panel as a guest judge, which adds an extra layer of fun and credibility to the proceedings.

But it’s not quite a full on “serious” competition show either as King of Masked Singer also has its moments of dumb fun, such as when Ryan Reynolds rocked up in a unicorn outfit for laughs (and to promote Deadpool 2).

So if you’re a fan of the Aussie version of The Masked Singer, you’ll do well to check out the original Korean version because whatever that lacks in kitsch, it makes up for in vocal talent.

Having said that, nothing beats having Lindsay Lohan on a judging panel so Australia has that going for it.

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