Entertainment

This ‘Despacito’ Mix By James Corden Takes The Song Of The Summer To Recap The Craziness Of These Last Three Hot Months

Credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/ YouTube

“I hope next summer we can take it slowly… like De-spa-cito.”

Jame’s Corden recently took “Despacito,” which is poised to be the biggest summer song of all time, and used it to rap a recap of the summer news cycle. It covered everything from all the drama in the White House and politics, Trump’s blunders and even the game of chicken the president is playing with North Korea. On a lighter note, he brought up the Bachelorette’s controversial choice this season, Beyonce’s twins, rumors that Rihanna might be having babies of her own, and then threw in everyone’s summer obsessions: rompers for men (romphims), fidget spinners and the dancing hotdog from Snapchat.

There really are some clever lyrics in the song and Corden follows the beat to a T. It’s been a crazy 2017, but remember how just yesterday it was 2016 and we were all like “well, it can’t get any worse.” Um, we definitely spoke too soon.


[H/T] Vulture

READ: Luis Fonsi And Daddy Yankee Want Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro To Stop Using ‘Despacito’


Recommend this story to a friend by clicking on the share button below.

Notice any needed corrections? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com

Sean Hannity Tried To Pronounce ‘Despacito’ And, Well, It’s Not Totally Surprising

Entertainment

Sean Hannity Tried To Pronounce ‘Despacito’ And, Well, It’s Not Totally Surprising

The Late Late Show with James Corden / YouTube

Everyone could not stop talking about Joe Biden playing “Despacito” at a recent event. Even Fox News, of course, couldn’t stop talking about it but Sean Hannity made the news on social media. It isn’t because of how he talked about the story. Instead, it was about how he pronounced the song.

Sean Hannity had a real problem with Joe Biden playing “Despacito” at a recent campaign event.

Vice President Biden was in Kissimmee, Florida at a campaign event at the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month when he played “Despacito” in the microphone from his phone. Biden was panned across social media with claims that he was pandering to the Latino community by playing the song. However, it is important to note that Luis Fonsi, the singer of the song, had just introduced him so it seems like a playful moment.

First, some people are really impressed that these are scandals right now for Biden.

President Donald Trump responded to the moment by tweeting a doctored film. The president found the time to find a video where “Despacito” is replaced by N.W.A.’s “F— Tha Police.” The video feeds into President Trump’s campaign against Biden claiming that the former vice president supports defunding the police. Biden has spoken on the issue and is not in favor of defunding police wanting to add to the law enforcement budget.

Some people are curious about how Hannity made it so long without ever hearing the song.

We all remember the times of “Despacito.” The song was on the radio waves on every channel for months. There was no escaping the song because it was everywhere. Somehow, Hannity managed to live during this time and managed to not hear the song as much as the average American.

American truly wants to know how he managed to mispronounce one of the biggest songs in the world.

Like, even Justin Bieber learned how to pronounce the song. It is probably one of the most known Spanish words thanks to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee making it the song of the summer when it was released. The singers even say is slowly and break it down to the syllables.

Of course, this led people to assume how he pronounces other Spanish words that most people know.

We all know people who can’t properly pronounce some Spanish words. Now, there is nothing wrong with mispronouncing a Spanish word. People who really try are often left working on their pronunciation. However, people are surprised that someone could mispronounce such a widely known word.

The moment has reminded some of another famous mispronunciation on Fox News.

In October of 2018, Lou Dobbs was talking to his viewers about the migrant caravan making their way through Mexico heading to the U.S. While reporting on the caravan, Dobbs tried his best to pronounce Huixtla and what came out was definitely not that.

READ: Joe Biden Speaks Alongside ‘Fearless Fighter’ Kamala Harris In First Appearance And Recalls Her Family’s Immigrant Story

Notice any needed corrections? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com

Jason Momoa Tells Gael Garcia Bernal How He Fell In Love With Wife Lisa Bonet When He Was Only Eight

Entertainment

Jason Momoa Tells Gael Garcia Bernal How He Fell In Love With Wife Lisa Bonet When He Was Only Eight

Credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/ YouTube

Actor, producer, director Gael Garcia Bernal, and caveman turned movie star, Jason Momoa were on James Corden this week and the conversation quickly turned to how Momoa’s appearance made everyone feel “a little less manly.” It’s probably something Momoa gets fairly often. Standing at 6’4” and 215 lbs, his stature would intimidate anyone. While his smoldering eyes, rugged beard and wild mane contribute to what Corden and Bernal were feeling, its probably the fact that Momoa is constantly cast as a marauding maniac, like Khal Drogo in “Game of Thrones,” that make it hard for them to make eye contact with him.

But hey, according to Corden, Garcia hasn’t aged in 20 years, so if you think about it, that’s a stronger super power than hyper-manliness anyway. Right, guys? No? Just me? Okay.

I wouldn’t mess with this dude no way, no how.

A post shared by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on

With Momoa starring as Aquaman in the upcoming “Justice League” Film, it’s no surprise that he’s looking extra jacked. Aquaman has always been the butt of the joke, but no one will be clowning on Momoa. Not to his face anyway.

But then again, look how cute Garcia Bernal is.

He may not get you with his muscles, but he’ll melt your heart with that smile.

Corden showed how ageless Garcia Bernal is with a before and after photo that was about 20 years apart.

Credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/ YouTube

Add Garcia to the list of ageless Latinos like J.Lo and Mario Lopez, both of whom have just gotten better with age.

Check out the rest of the interview below, where Momoa recounts falling in love with his wife Lisa Bonet and Garcia Bernal and Corden just stare at him in awe.

Credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/ YouTube

It feels a little bit like a stalker-y story, but I think it’s meant to be sweet. You be the judge.

Momoa stars as Aquaman in DC’s “Justice League” out this week and Garcia costars as the voice of Héctor in Disney/Pixar’s “Coco,” releasing next week. Check out our review of “Coco,” here.

[H/T] This Is The Complete All-Star Latino Cast Of Pixar’s ‘Coco’

READ: Salma Hayek, Diego Luna, Gael García And Other Mexican Stars Showed The Cannes Film Festival How To Party

Recommend this story to a friend by clicking on the share button below.

Notice any needed corrections? Please email us at corrections@wearemitu.com