World Cup 2014
Even with all of that crazy make up on, we can see how hot the fans are of the World Cup. Seriously. Why are there so many good looking people out there?
Germany, Portugal, Ghana — these are the teams the United States was pitted against in the first round of this year’s FIFA World Cup. Soccer fans both casual and diehard came out of the woodwork to support the U.S. home team, including a fair share of high profile musicians and celebrities.
Almost everyone we know has World Cup fever right now. Friends are taking time off work (or extra long lunch breaks) in order to watch every game. If that’s impossible, they sneak off to the bathroom to watch important plays on their phone while eagerly waiting the chance to go home and watch their DVR’d game.
While you may think you’re the biggest soccer fan there is, you probably don’t compare to this adorable dog named Georges.
Psy has performed “Gangnam Style” all over the world. Well, everywhere except South Korea’s Gangnam district, which was the inspiration for the track. That is until today (June 18).
U.S. soccer has been rising in popularity over the past few years, going from a minuscule amount of fans that paled in comparison to other countries’ rabid fan bases to a slightly more formidable following that still pales in comparison — only just a little less than before.
While the World Cup has presented official songs from Pitbull with Jennifer Lopez and Carlos Santana with Avicii, DJ legend Fatboy Slim has his own collection of anthems to rock the dance floor.
Psyched for the World Cup? Kelly Rowland is, and she has a new music video to prove it.
With the world turning its collective attention toward Brazil and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, British DJ star Paul Oakenfold has handpicked his very own World Cup team — comprised of fellow all-star DJs.