Daytime TV fans excited for the January 14th return of Wendy Williams will have to wait a bit longer, the show’s producer has confirmed.
It’s just not a good time to be R&B legend R. Kelly.
The singer, the subject of Lifetime’s ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ (a scathing documentary highlighting decades of his alleged sexual abuse of minors), has been engulfed in a media and legal firestorm following some of its jaw-dropping accusations.
As we reported here, night one alone of the three-part docuseries rocked social media and was penciled into the network’s history books for its stellar viewership. Now, with all the showings combined, the entire series is locked as one of Lifetime’s most viewed programs ever!
Music lovers have finally said “thank u, next” to Ariana Grande‘s chart-topping megahit as, after 7 nonconsecutive weeks of reigning atop the Hot 100 (as we reported here), the diva’s been ousted by another female Pop force: Halsey.
Dethroning Grande with her hit ‘Without Me,’ Halsey earns her first chart-topper as a lead act, second overall (the first came courtesy of her guest role on ‘Closer’ by The Chainsmokers). In addition to becoming only the 9th female artist to notch multiple #1 singles this decade (Rihanna – 9, Katy Perry – 8, Taylor Swift – 5, Adele – 4, Cardi B – 3, Kesha – 3, P!nk – 3, Britney Spears – 3), the singer’s done so with a little help from friend Justin Timberlake. As her cut, ‘Without Me,’ features interpolations of Timberlake’s Timbaland-produced hit, ‘Cry Me a River,’ the song lists JT as a co-writer and thereby sees him credited by Billboard with another #1 to his name. The move brings his career total to 6 chart-toppers to date.
Curious to see who joins Halsey, Ariana, and Justin (for all intents and purposes) in the top 25 this week? Look inside to see:
Jacquees, self-proclaimed King of R&B (of his generation), is looking to royally delight fans with live offerings of cuts found aboard his debut studio album, ‘4275,’ with a like-titled North American tour.
Touching every corner of the United States over 23 dates, ‘Quees will be bringing his eee’s and mixed reviewed remixes to the likes of Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Silver Spring, MD on March 3.
Curious to see if he’ll be making a pit stop in a city near you? Look inside for official dates:
The “King of Rock N’ Roll” Elvis Presley lives on courtesy of an NBC all-star tribute that will see some of music’s biggest and shakers pay homage to the music royal’s biggest hits.
Calling on names like Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Post Malone, and more, the music special will be a two-hour broadcast honoring the King’s ’68 Comeback’ special.
Curious to know the full lineup? Look inside:
Should one search for an image of the R&B group Destiny’s Child & R. Kelly they’d find that there are few…if any at all.
Why, you ask? Beyonce‘s parents, and the steps they took to shield the band from the alleged paedophile after learning of his ties to the late singer Aaliyah.
A stunning revelation from Mathew Knowles below…
Zayn may not have zoomed to the top of the charts with sophomore album ‘Icarus Falls,’ but he continues to keep the visual content a’coming.
The latest in a lengthy list of videos was unleashed moments ago in the form of ‘Satisfaction.’
True to his trademark, the clip skews cinematic. Check it out below…
Universal Pictures is packing a whole lot of funny into its latest film – ‘Little.’
Anchored by Regina Hall, Issa Rae, and Marsai Martin, the movie is impressively based on an idea cooked up by the 14-year-old ‘black-Ish’ star.
It sees both Hall and Martin take on the role of Jordan Sanders – a no-nonsense tech mogul. You may be wondering… how?
Well, an adult Sanders is on the cusp of a super important presentation, only to wake up as the 13-year-old version of herself. And with assistant April (played by ‘Insecure’s Issa Rae) the only one in-the-know about what’s happened, hilarity ensues as they attempt to salvage the situation — with everything on the line.
Due in theaters April 12th, ‘Little’ is billed as a story about success, the power of sisterhood and having a second chance to grow up — and glow up — the right way.
Peep the first trailer after the jump…
Check out Jennifer Lopez a-front of the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar!
The multi-talented diva has amassed 30 years in showbiz and shows no signs of slowing.
Last month brought with it the release of her latest movie ‘Second Act,’ which – as the weeks progress – is proving to be a sleeper hit.
Never one to avoid heavy press activations, J.Lo is continuing her promo run post the holidays with this hyper-hot shoot lensed by Camila Akrans.
With the flames of fury still raging following Lifetime‘s ‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ the code of silence that has encased the allegations against the singer has been well and truly shattered.
Lisa Van Allen, one of the star’s alleged sexual abuse victims, has long been vocal about her time with Kelly and notably testified against him at his 2008 trial.
Now, following the broadcast of the Dream Hampton docu-series, she opened up to ‘The Breakfast Club’ and expanded on her experience.
Her harrowing story after the jump…