Culture Clash: The Only 5 Pop Culture Moments That Mattered This Week

This week in pop culture ran the gamut from President Obama's continued attempts to officially paint himself as the coolest president of all timeto grunge star Courtney Love's entry into the world of mainstream television.

It was interesting, to say the least. Keep scrolling to see the only five pop culture moments that mattered this week!

1. The president read mean tweets.

President Obama went on Live with Jimmy Kimmel this week to read mean tweets about himself. The results: Hysterical.

2. Lena Dunham interviewed Kerry Washington for 'Marie Claire.'


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The Girls creator admitted that she's a huge fan of the show Scandal, and that she has a huge girl crush on star Kerry Washington, whom she interviewed Washington for the new issue of Marie Claire.

3. Harper Lee's ability to consent is being questioned.

The 88-year-old author of iconic novel To Kill a Mockingbird may not have been mentally competent enough to consent to the release of her next novel. The state of Alabama, where the writer lives, is currently conducting an investigation.

4. Prince secretly released a new song.

Ever one to fly under the radar, Prince released a new song called "What If" without really telling anyone.

5. Courtney Love will guest-star on 'Revenge.'


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The grunge princess will appear on at least one episode of the cult-loved show Revenge.

What was your favourite pop culture moment this week? Tell us in the comments below!