Lady Gaga may be soaring to new heights with her career, but her personal life took a hit recently. For, it’s been confirmed that the singer has split from fiancé Christian Carino.
A$AP Rocky is as renown these days for his rap repertoire as he is his modelesque aesthetic.
A wise play given today’s necessity for artists to have their hands in as many pots as possible.
Upping the style stakes, the MC re-teams with Calvin Klein by appearing in their latest #MyCalvins campaign.
A$AP joins the likes of Shawn Mendes (whose spread seems to have broken some corners of the internet), Kendall Jenner, others in the feature.
Check out his contribution, lensed by Glen Luchford, below…
Steve Harvey has been labelled a sell-out and a “lowly coon” by critics who detest his suggestion that black entertainers should prioritise money over integrity when handling business.
This, a suggestion he offered the beloved actress Mo’Nique when she made her way to his successful talk show to discuss the inequality she faces as an Oscar-winning black woman in Hollywood.
Steve Harvey is such a coon it’s embarrassing
— joe bloggs (@ri_lou) February 16, 2019
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‘Bust Down Thotiana’ beauty Cardi B is the latest to come down on Jussie Smollett for the drama caused by his alleged attack.
As critics continue to weigh in on news that the ‘Empire’ actor/singer not only staged but also planned and paid the attackers to commit the assault (as we reported here), Cardi took to social media to weigh in on the hoop-la. Expressing disappointment for the media circus surrounding the event, the Grammy-winner also tried to remain objective during her rant:
‘Until he say it out his mouth that it was fake and the shit was staged, I don’t want to completely blame him, because somebody I was talking to they said police in Chicago are racists. So they might probably try to frame him and make him look like he’s a liar. But if he’s not, than bro you fucked up, for real. Like, why would you do that?’
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We’re less than a week away from the 91st annual Academy Awards and, much like Hollywood, we are buzzing!
Beyond the fashions and the show’s biggest star (the awards), chatter around the picks for this year’s musical performers is growing. To answer the anticipation the Academy recently announced details for the ‘Best Original Songs’ to be performed during the ceremony.
Among the names? Grammy winners Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson. More inside:
Cop a gander of Ciara!
The R&B chanteuse stepped out in style with beau Russell Wilson at the 2019 Hollywood Beauty Awards.
CiCi was in the house to support her best friend and make-up artist Yolanda Frederick, who was being honored the event.
The appearance with bae comes on the heels of the release of the performer’s new single ‘Greatest Love’ – the video for which also arrived last week.
Peep more pics of The Wilsons below…
The 2019 GRAMMYs brought with them many a memorable moment and many a memorable win.
Before the festivities kicked off though, all eyes were on the red carpet to see the who’s who of the industry make their way into the Staples Center for music’s biggest night.
That Grape Juice were on-hand and chatted it up with some of the evening’s most critically acclaimed nominees – such as Lalah Hathaway and Jonathan McReynolds.
For Hathaway, who was up for three awards, it was a special night as her father – the late, great Donny Hathaway – was honored posthumously. She opened up about that full circle moment.
Elsewhere, McReynolds – a force in the Gospel field – talked about the significance of the GRAMMYs to him, as well as his forthcoming plans.
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TGJ’s Social Cam also caught Cardi B, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and more as they sashayed into the building. Peep clips after the jump…
Netflix has been inundated with praise and adulation following the release of its gripping documentary ‘The Two Killings of Sam Cooke’ and its exploration into the possibility that he was murdered by figures who were threatened by his rising power.
Netflix doc ‘The Two Killings of Sam Cooke’ is rivetting. His core role in civil rights activism was unknown to me til now.
Just happenstance that Sam, MLK, Malcolm X, etc (not to mention RFK) were all shot to death within a calendar year.
— Steve Lloyd (@SteveLloyd001) February 16, 2019
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@netflix remastered the two killings of Sam Cooke is really good… I didnt realized his story was so powerful. ✊🏽
— Greeting Earthling (@ATLienDIVA) February 17, 2019