Continuing the no stone unturned promo run for her Two Eleven’ LP, songbird Brandy stopped by E!’s ‘Fashion Police’.

Watch as the ‘Put It Down’ singer, whose album sales look set to exceed expectations, chats it up with the ever-risque Joan Rivers and the rest of the panel. It’s hilarious.

Video after the jump…


Cop a gander of Drake!

The Young Money maestro celebrated his 26th birthday early over the weekend, partying it up in Atlanta’s Compound Club. Joined by the likes of Wale, Don Cannon, and his dad (pictured below in the white jacket), the Canadian-bred rapper clearly enjoyed the festivities which precede his actual birthday tomorrow (October 25th).

When the celebrations wrap, we hope work  promptly resumes on Drizzy’s as-yet-untitled third LP, which we can’t wait to hear!

In the meanwhile, peep more pics below…

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Will it be third time lucky for ‘The X Factor USA’?

Creator of the franchise Simon Cowell has revealed that the FOX show will be back for a third season next year, despite so-so ratings and being trounced by rival The Voice week-in-week-out. Taking to Twitter, the media mogul and judge on the show wrote:




While FOX may be committed to the show, the network will no doubt be doing so with concrete confirmation that American Idol is their star-player in the reality-singing arena. The Cowell produced show has been averaging 9 million viewers week, far below the 20 million the Mr Nasty predicted upson its launch. What this spells for The X Factor and its budget next year will be uber interesting to see.

For if not awarded the same production budget, will they even bother trying to entice the likes of Britney Spears back for another spell on the judging panel? Then there’s the question of whether Spears’ will even sign again. After all, from a branding perspective, as much as the show hasn’t “hurt” her career, it hasn’t done wonders for it either. What’s more, it does her no favours being on a show that is losing the ratings battle to shows starring diva rivals such as Christina Aguilera.

Needless to say, it’ll be interesting to see how things play out.

Peep one our favourite performances from this series, courtesy of Diamond White below…


Well, well, well…what do we have here?

As reported here, ‘Clueless’ beauty Stacey Dash received quite the backlash after announcing her support of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney over the past month.  The attacks led Dash to CNN to defend her political views, even still, to unwelcoming reviews.

And, while the heat from that story has somewhat cooled, a recent interview with actress Vivica A. Fox may reignite it and not in a good way.  While on the promotional trail for her forthcoming venture with Lifetime ‘Prank My Mom’, the actress was not exactly joking when she weighed in Dash’s decision to voice her political views.

Sure to get tongues wagging, today’s forecast – as evidenced by Fox – must’ve called for shade.

Your thoughts?

Ciara is gearing up for the release of her new single ‘Got Me Good’ this Thursday – her birthday.

Hence, so as to whip up heightened buzz, the dynamo performer has unveiled the cover for the Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins produced cut – which is the second to be lifted from her ‘One Woman Army’ LP (due later this year).

The artwork, which depicts the many sides of the singer, comes hours after CiCi teased clip with an official preview. Click here to watch.

Your thoughts?

Fergie is telling all.

In what we’d say comes as one Oprah‘s most telling ‘Next Chapter‘ episodes, ‘London Bridge‘ belter Fergie arrived on the show to deliver her story, through her words.

Leaving no topic untouched- her husband’s alleged infidelity  her addiction to crystal meth and feuding with BEP front included- her appearance saw her bare all for Oprah, who enjoyed the company of Fergie’s parents, husband and sister.

Watch above and weigh in below…

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Congratulations are in order for Bruno Mars and the folks over at ‘SNL‘.

Airing the singer‘s episode on the comedy outing last night, the show brought in record breaking ratings as a result- pulling in a sweet 5.rating according to the Hollywood Reporter.

This gives the show its highest rated episode since Lindsay Lohan graced their set in March, and gives some indication as to how Mars’ forthcoming ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ LP should do upon its December 11th release.

Catch him in action here!

Your thoughts?

This Thursday, Ciara will release the clip for her hotly anticipated new single ‘Got Me Good’.

However, as to whet the appetites of her ever loyal C-Squad, the Atlanta beaut released a sneak peek from the piece today.

Tuck in below…


With new projects on the horizon, label-mates Pitbull and Christina Aguilera team up for club-destined cut ‘Feel This Moment’.

The track was produced by Lucas Secon and is set to feature on Pitbull’s upcoming LP.

Take a listen to a preview below…


The original line-up of the Sugababes have been fairly quiet since announcing their comeback and new moniker Mutya Keisha Siobhan this Summer. 

However, the ladies reunion train seems to have finally left the station; the trio walked their first red carpet together in over 10 years at the Q Awards in London last night.

Watch below as the talk to BBC Newsbeat about their return, new album, and the current line-up of the ‘Babes below…


…and Brandy just keeps on winning.

Yes, as further proof of the genius and skill implemented in the star’s latest campaign, the R&B gem has seen her new LP ‘Two Eleven‘ become the genre’s most celebrated release this year, set to come in at #2 on this week’s US album tally.

However, before she celebrates that feat, last night saw the UK show both she and the project major love. Love, that landed the project a Top 5 R&B spot in the country.

Exciting news below…


Cee Lo Green calls on ‘The Muppets’  for ‘All I Need Is Love’, the festive number pulled from his October 30th release, ‘Magic Moment‘.

Sure to brighten any mood, the number’s official arrival hits fans after Green performed it during his ‘Cee Lo & Friends‘ holiday special, in Las Vegas.

Good times below…


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