Two Earth-shattering things happened today.
We landed a spacecraft on a comet, and Kim Kardashian’s Uranus broke the Internet.
Now, I don’t want to belittle the great mission that was accomplished by landing Philae on Comet 67 P, butt
t Kim Kardashian’s bare exposure in Paper Magazine just confirmed for me that 2014 is the Year of the Butt.
What other year has celebrated the butt more than 2014 has?
Just this week, two booty-shaking songs are sitting in the top 5 of Billboard’s Top 100 Songs: “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor, [she is bringing booty back, guys] and “Bang Bang” by Jesse J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj, a song that opens with “She got a booty like a Cadillac.”
Nicki Minaj, who is best known for the junk in her trunk, added to the big butt phenomena and drove the world crazy when she released the video for her single “Anaconda,” which featured more of her assets than it featured the original booty buff, Sir-Mix-A-Lot.
An artist that recently emerged on the scene and on your radios is Iggy Azalea.
From that waist up, she may look just like a pretty face, but from the waist down, you’re not really sure if you’re looking at the same person.
Iggy has a beautiful shape, but she is no skinny minny in the hip area, and that is great.
In fact, she and Jennifer Lopez, the first “it” butt, show off their big-bottom pride with their song “Booty” Iggy and J-Lo are just another reason why 2014 was best defined by bums.
It’s not just women who are showing support for the rear ends this year! Jason Derulo encourages women everywhere with ‘big, fat butts’ to #wigglewigglewiggle in his song “Wiggle.” Bet he’s not the only male supporter of the booty. 😉