Taylor Swift is back and playing no games!

The Pop titan unleashed new single ‘ME!’ moments ago and it already looks poised to be a monster.

Brendon Urie of Panic At The Disco joins the singer on the catchy cut and appears in the jam’s freshly unwrapped video too.

Director extraordinaire Dave Meyers takes the helm of the visual, which may be Swift’s most ambitious yet.

What are you waiting for? Check out ‘ME!’ after the jump…


Ariana Grande is stepping up to defend her pal Justin Bieber now that he is being slated by critics who say his performance at Coachella was frightfully dry.

Festival-goers who attended Grande’s second set at the event were elated when the Biebs emerged to support her with song and surprise his fans in the audience. Alas, he has been forced to spend the last few days dodging insults from critics who say he failed to deliver a performance worthy of the Coachella stage.

Grande is refusing to let them get away with it.

Full story below…


Remy Ma hit headlines this past week after allegedly punching ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ co-star Brittany Taylor in the face backstage at a concert.

In the time since, little has been divulged about the police investigation into the claim.

But, interestingly, femcee Remy was spotted with a ankle monitor. And, as news of the device begun to do the rounds, she took to social media to showcase it herself.

See what we mean below…


Joe Biden has his eye on the White House and is sharpening his political weapons with hopes he can carve Donald Trump out of the political picture once and for all.



Prince‘s estate has something up its sleeve.

Exciting news below…


Sam Smith may be out…but Paula Abdul is in.

Billboard Music Awards news below…


As reported, Normani‘s planned performance with Sam Smith at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards was unfortunately pulled after the British singer injured his vocal chords while touring abroad.

While gutted that the pair wouldn’t be rocking the stage together, many were hopeful 22-year-old Normani would press on and rep their duet ‘Dancing With A Stranger’ herself.

Supporters of the singer even took to Change.org to create a petition demanding it; a petition that, as at writing, has been signed over 2000 times.

It remains to be seen if producers for the May 1st ceremony will take heed to the fan requests. But, as it stands, the official word is that the Fifth Harmony star won’t be performing.

Moments ago, she took to social media to issue a statement on the matter:


Disney‘s live-action take on ‘The Lion King’ is easily one of modern cinema’s most anticipated movies.

And its buzz was just cranked up a notch courtesy of Entertainment Weekly.

The magazine has unleashed a striking set of stills from the Jon Favreau production, which is anchored by Donald Glover (as Simba) and Beyonce (as Nala).

Showcasing the incredible artistry that has gone into re-creating the film’s backdrop, the shots arrive two weeks after the first full length trailer for the flick was uncaged.

Beyond providing up-close looks at the likes of Simba, Scar, and Rafiki, the feature saw director Favreau open up about Beyonce’s involvement in what many are already deeming the film of the decade.

Dive below for more on ‘The Lion King’ (which hits theaters worldwide on July 19th)…


This week brought with it news of the delightful and devastating variety for Normani and Sam Smith.

For, while their collaboration ‘Dancing With A Stranger’ blazed its way into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, their planned performance of the song at the BBMAs has been cancelled.

As reported, Brit singer Smith was forced to pull out of the May 1st ceremony after straining his vocal chords while on tour.

Some wondered whether rising solo star Normani would go on to rep the pair alone. However, it sadly turns out that won’t be happening.

Details below…


MTV rolled out the red carpet for Pop matriarch Madonna last night.

The regal singer teamed with the network for the global launch of the video for ‘Medellin’ – the lead release from her fourteenth studio album ‘Madame X’ (due June 14th).

Anchored by the UK’s Trevor Nelson, the special was legitimately a worldwide affair with Sway officiating New York’s participation and Maluma satellite-ing in from Miami. Fans from San Paulo and Milan were also on-hand.

During the 30-minute sit-down, Madge opened up about how her upcoming record came to fruition, the ‘Medellin’ visual, and much more.

Watch the full special below…


This summer the ‘Men In Black’ franchise is back…with a twist.

For its fourth outing, newcomers Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson build on the legacy left by originals Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones for the officially christened ‘Men In Black: International.’

This go round the new leaders of the famed agency deal with their biggest threat yet – a mole within their own organization.

Directed by F. Gary Gray and co-produced by Steven Spielberg, an extended supertrailer has been uncaged

What are you waiting for? Check it out below…


Jussie Smollett may still be treading on uncertain ground in the wake of the legal fiasco surrounding his alleged attack, but he just received a major endorsement from his ‘Empire’ cast-mates.

As widely reported, the 36-year-old went from victim to suspect after reporting a January beatdown – one he insists was rooted in racism and homophobia.

An outpouring of support turned to question marks when Chicago PD eventually hit the actor with a 16 count indictment, rooted in the belief that he fabricated the entire incident.

Last month saw the case collapse, but word is that Smollett’s future on ‘Empire’ is anything but certain.

Now, on the evening his last episode of the current season airs, a letter of support co-signed by the likes of Taraji P. Henson and Terrance Howard has surfaced.

Addressed to the bosses of the hit show, its impetus is clear – they want Jussie to stay on.

Their words below…