Time for a grammar debate
Just because we Americans like to pay hyper-attention to our celebrities, we know that Elton John tweeted the following to Madonna:
“Make sure you lip-sync good”
Shouldn’t that be “Make sure you lip-sync well?”
As I understand it, she did a good job of providing the necessary entertainment. I’m not sure why Mr. John is confusing the Superbowl halftime with a concert at the opera, but nevertheless, this caught my eye.
Additionally, I may be the only one who would ever use it, but I would like to request a “Stupid Stuff” category.