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Danity Kane Stars End Feud

With fans still reeling from Diddy‘s dismantling of Danity Kane four years ago, it’s taken two of the group’s members that exact amount of time to repair their “damaged” friendship.

Indeed, the age old adage of timing healing all wounds has rung true for Aubrey O’Day and Dawn Richard.

For after not speaking since the Pop outfit’s dramatic demise, the pair have this week reunited.

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Watch: Rihanna And Kanye West Rock The ‘Make It Right Foundation’

Last night saw New Orleans welcome a number of high profile stars, in town to support Brad Pitt‘s ‘Make It Right Foundation’.

Hosted by Ellen, the ‘A Night To Make It Right’ event saw Rihanna, Kanye West and Snoop Dogg take to the stage to raise money for the construction of new homes for the city’s residents, following 2005’s Hurricane Katrina.

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Eddie Murphy's 'A Thousand Words' Bombs Big At Box Office

Eddie Murphy‘s comeback.

It’s something we’ve hoped and waited for. Yet, recent years have seen the star’s career sink into quite the coma.

Indeed, a string of commercial catastrophes such as ‘Norbit’ have rendered the former comedian a punchline himself; a status sadly strengthened by his latest flop ‘A Thousand Words’.

The comedy, which actually shot back in 2008 (where it perhaps should have stayed), could only manage a measly $1.92 million at 1,890 Stateside theatres on its opening day. A figure which will likely spell an even grimmer first weekend total.

Starring Kerry Washington, the film also made Rotten Tomatoes history by becoming one of only four movies to score “0” since the outlet began telling it like it is back in 1999.  {Source}

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If there’s one common theme in Murphy’s box office bombs, it’s that his roles of late are largely of the childish, comedy by the numbers persuasion. Surely a return to the raciness that defined his hey-day is what the career Dr ordered?

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And It Gets Better: Nicki Minaj Scores Scottish #1

Barbz Rejoice!

Moments after becoming the highest charting Female Rapper on the UK Official Charts, we are pleased to announce Nicki Minaj has scored yet another feat.

Her single ‘Starships’ is #1 in Scotland, making her the first Female Rapper to have the same single in the Top 5 of both charts simultaneously.

Well done Nicki!

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Breaking: Nicki Minaj Becomes Highest Charting Female Rapper In UK History

Congratulations are most certainly in order for Nicki Minaj today.

Because, almost as if by accident, she has broken a record not even her label would have seen coming.

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Hot Shot: Fantasia’s Son Dallas Makes His Debut

It’s been 3 months since soul-filled star Fantasia gave birth to her son Dallas Xavier.

And while the 26 year old made a speedy return to the public eye, she hasn’t been as hasty sharing shots of her tot with the public.

The same, however, can’t be said for the child’s reported father, Antwaun Cook, who can seen posing it up with his offspring above.

Leaving Ms. Barrino’s private life to…Ms. Barrino, we’ll just say that we’re still thirsty for that ‘Back To Me’ follow-up. Bring it on already!

{Hit’s ‘PLAY’ on ‘Move On Me’…..”bayy-behh!’}

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Alexandra Burke Rocks ‘G-A-Y’ / Sees ‘Elephant’ Rocket Up The Chart

Alexandra Burke saw in the release of her new single ‘Elephant’ with an electifying set at London’s ‘G-A-Y’.

The Eric Morillo produced cut is living up to its hit potential on iTunes merely hours after release.

Indeed, as at writing, the track and the 3-track EP (which includes the Breathless Mix Burke performed on The Splash)  occupy the #6 spots on the iTunes singles and album charts respectively. Combined with pre-orders, these collectively put Burke in reaching distance of the top spot on the Official UK Singles Chart next week. Needless to say, we’re rooting for her!

Peep more pics and clips from last night’s showing below…

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Watch: Keri Hilson Live On Ustream

On Friday night, after reaching  2 million followers on Twitter, Keri Hilson hosted an intimate Ustream session for her ever loyal ‘KerimelKisses‘.

Dishing on Iggy Azalea, upcoming movie roles and why she is taken her time with her third LP, you can now peep the entire session below…

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Hot Shots: Usher’s Wild Life Adventure In South Africa

R&B heartthrob Usher was as happy as a lark meeting some of South Africa’s most exotic residents.

From his twitter he tweeted, “If ya’ll didn’t know I love owls. Eagle owls are one of my favorites. Say what up to “Howdidit” and “Hootie Hoo.”

See more shots of the 33 year old with is new friends after the jump and sound-off below.

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From The Vault: Shanice – ‘I Love Your Smile’

This week’s From The Vault selection comes courtesy of Shanice, with her 1991 hit ‘I Love Your Smile’.

Considered the vocalist’s signature song (alongside 1999’s ‘When I Close My Eyes’), the cut remains in heavy rotation of many a music countdown globally. And with good reason too.

‘Smile’ was a major hit at the time of its release, only missing the top of both the US and UK charts by one spot. The track would go on to peak inside the Top 10 tally of many other other territories.

In stark contrast to the Electro-Pop which pervades today’s airwaves and chart, the beginning of the nineties saw the masses salivate for the sounds of  New Jack Swing – a genre ‘Smile’ embodied, while also boasting a strong Pop undercurrent.

The carefree, colorful and almost whimsical aspect of  the cut and its accompanying video are reminiscent to the work of another female entertainer who was also slaying something vicious at the time  – Janet Jackson (side note: she can be heard at the very end of the song laughing with her then-husband Rene Elizondo).

Like Jackson and most of the biggest artists of that decade, Shanice was the total package: voice, moves, looks… We sincerely can’t wait for the time when record labels go back to looking for such triple threat talents, instead of only focusing on the fickle. For, while good looks and dirty red wigs fade with time, true talent facilities greatness and greatness lives forever.

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