While recent years have seen Pop divas dominate the Las Vegas strip, new reports suggest they’ll soon be making room for Hip-Hop hitmaker Drake.
Lady Gaga‘s stellar performance in the latest telling of the ‘A Star is Born’ story saw her bag the award for Best Actress at last night’s Critics Choice Award.
Quite interestingly, the performer must share the gong with the seasoned actress Glenn Close who also won the award for her performance in ‘The Wife’ because it was a tie.
Now watch what happened when the thespians learned of the good news and how they celebrated their win below…
Last year saw Danity Kane dissolve their differences and embark on the on-going ‘Universe Is Undefeated Tour.’
Now, it appears the latest incarnation of the group – a trio comprised of Dawn Richard, Shannon Bex, and Aubrey O’Day – are pairing their reunion with new music in 2019.
Rap star French Montana unwrapped quite the backlash after his TMZ-captured statement regarding R. Kelly suggested he was defending the embattled R&B singer’s amid allegations of sexual abuse.
Like we reported here, French – born Karim Kharbouch – seemingly downplayed the serious accusations against the ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ creator when he said:
“Whatever happened…happened. They [people] don’t let nobody have their legendary moments.”
As detractors flew to Kharbouch’s social media handles in droves to slam his flippant response to the issue, he issued a statement hoping to clarify his stance:
Despite dubbing himself 2018’s “most successful comeback” (click here to read more on that), Soulja Boy‘s 2019 has not exactly kicked off on the right foot.
Riddled with rumors of drug use after unflattering photos and videos of him demonstrating abnormal behavior hit the net, the rapper’s speaking out to slam detractors who believe his conduct’s the result of cocaine use.
Hear him sound off below:
How time flies! It’s been 20 years (already) since the legendary Britney Spears stepped onto the scene.
Two decades of controversial headlines and public scrutiny, but above all, two decades of countless bops and iconic imagery.
Today’s From The Vault pick tributes Spears’ start – the undeniable, incomparable ‘… Baby One More Time.’
Join us below…
Adele‘s 2015 blockbuster hit, ‘Hello,’ is saying goodbye to holding the record for ‘most streamed song by a female artist.’ Beyond its impressive sales feats (first song to sell over 1 million digital copies in one week) and Hot 100 chart reign (10 consecutive weeks at #1), ‘Hello’s crowning glory was being etched in history books for amassing a whopping 3.36 billion streams (to date).
Now, much to the delight of #Camilizers the world over, refreshed tallies indicate the title’s been handed over to Camila Cabello for her 2017 breakout single, ‘Havana.’ Look inside to see just how many streams helped her leave Addy’s record in the dust:
Jordan Peele‘s creative treasure chest is gearing up to unleash another SciFi-related smash.
Its name? ‘Weird City.’
Its home? YouTube Premium.
The fantastical release will soar into action on February 3rd and feature performances from Laverne Cox, Rosario Dawson, LeVar Burton, Malcolm Barrett, Trevor Jackson, Yvette Nicole Brown, Sara Gilbert, Dylan O’Brien, Ed O’Neill, Michael Cera, Awkwafina, Auli’i Cravalho, Steven Yeun, Eugene Cordero, Gillian Jacobs, Hannah Simone and Mark Hamill!
Its must-see trailer awaits below…