In Los Angeles, sometimes Tuesday can be like a Saturday night. With so much going on, every night can be the weekend; likewise, when you are fisting a Bud Light Lime in the green room at Jimmy Kimmel Live! and waiting for [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Trey Songz[/lastfm] to encourage weeknight debauchery with “Bottoms Up,” every Hump Day can begin with a tiny hangover.
But honestly, it’s not our fault. We were hanging with Trey Songz and he was like, “bottoms up/bottoms up/got a couple of bottles/but a couple ain’t enough.” Security grabbed us and said, “Hey! Why are you tearing up our Jimmy Kimmel Live! set?” Oh, you know how we do on a Tuesday night in beautiful Hollywood.
Backstage was packed with a bunch of girls who couldn’t wait to “shake it in their jeans.” When it came time to head to the Bud Light Stage to see Trey Songz perform, we went up and were met with a packed audience; beautiful girls in leather jackets and super high heels, smiling flirtatiously while Trey Songz took the stage. Much to the dislike of their boyfriend who accompanied them.
It’s no surprise that Trey Songz got the girlies all hot and bothered; the R&B singer was model-gorgeous in his brown jacket and cream Henley thermal. He stripped, throwing his jacket towards the audience before he tore into the sultry, tortured “Can’t Be Friends.”
By the end of Trey Songz appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, we had said “bottoms up,” and then sobered up after the serious discussion of whether we could be friends. Not with a voice and abs like that, Trey.
Remember, this is Hollywood. The land where dreams come true. And our dreams involve us not being “friends” with you.