5 Things You Need To Know In Pop Culture Today! (Feb. 12)

Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!

Kanye West Said Something Offensive About Taylor Swift... Again...

Doggone it, Kanye! I thought we were past all this! Kanye wrote a set of lyrics that were derogatory about Taylor Swift in a sexual manner, and also made it sound like he was taking credit for her fame. Apparently Taylor received a phone call from Kanye asking if he could include some form of lyric, and according to E!, she "declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message." Apparently he didn't listen, and went as far as to say that Taylor approved. Though Taylor hasn't reacted, her brother posted an Instagram of him throwing his Yeezy tennis shoes in the trash can. Welph.... Crud.

Getting a head start on some spring cleaning. Here we go again.

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"Make Me Like You" Is All About Loving Blake Shelton - And It's Pop Sugar Candy!

Here's the audio for Gwen Stefani's new song "Make Me Like You" which is totally about Blake Shelton. She will be performing a "Live" music video at this year's Grammy's on Monday to the song - don't forget to tune in!


Sia Will Be The Next Carpool Karaoke!

James Corden is pulling out all the stops. This image of Sia was shared on The Late Late Show's Twitter. Now, I wonder if it's hard for James to see while he's driving with that gigantic bow on her head.


WATCH The First Four Minutes Of The Walking Dead's Premiere

Negan is a-foot. We're waiting to see an appearance of Jeffrey Dean Morgan! The clip shows Negan's gang taking weapons - and then things get sticky.


President Obama Is Such A Dad!

Apparently Barack was asked to speak at Malia's graduation and he declined because he will be "sitting there with dark glasses, sobbing." He calls his daughter his best friend, and that it is going to be hard her not being around all the time. TYPICAL DAD, RIGHT HERE.


Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”