Lil Rel, Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes and Sarah Paulson have learned that their movie ‘Bird Box’ has set an impeccable new streaming record on Netflix.

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Lady Gaga launched her ‘Enigma’ residency in spectacular fashion last night.

The two-year concert series played its first show at the MGM Park Theater and immediately made clear that Mother Monster was not here to play.

An all-out affair, the show was comprised of countless outfits, ample technology (including a giant robot), and – of course – Gaga’s catalogue of contemporary classics.

The setlist spanned the length and breadth of her career – interweaving hits such as ‘Just Dance’ and ‘Bad Romance’ with newer numbers like ‘Million Reasons’ and ‘Shallow’ from ‘A Star Is Born.’

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In many regards, there hasn’t been a US president like Barack Obama. Hence, it’s little wonder why his popularity endures two years after he left office.

Continuing his trend of embracing pop culture, #44 has shared his list of favorite songs of 2018.

Unashamedly Urban in its rooting, the assortment of tracks fuses numbers from the likes of Beyonce and JAY-Z (The Carters), Cardi B, H.E.R, Janelle Monae, J. Cole, and Normani.

See what Mr Obama has been spinning after the jump…


Lady Gaga makes her grand debut on the Las Vegas strip this evening when her ‘Enigma’ show takes up residency at the Park Theater.

Easily one of the most anticipated spectacles of this year and next, the concert series is already being hailed as a game-changer for Sin City – which has been experiencing a transformation in recent times.

Once the desert where careers went to wither, contemporary Pop stars have delivered electrifying bolts of relevance with various residencies – making a lucrative Vegas residency one of the most appealing gigs going.

As for what Gaga will be delivering? Beyond the fact she’s playing TWO shows (one Pop, one stripped back Jazz), she’s been relatively mum on details. Opting instead to tease.

Moments ago, she unwrapped the most measured insight into the show – which looks to be a high-tech affair.

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Netflix struck gold when it unlocked its original movie ‘Bird Box’ on December 13th.

For, the movie – which stars the brilliant Sandra Bullock– has seen its impact reach above and beyond what may have been its intended audience thanks to a stellar performance by the 28-year-old actor African-American actor Trevante Rhodes.


Now, as the movie’s streaming numbers are said to sing to the tune of of over seven figures, Rhodes and Bullock have hit the road to promote it.

One of the stops they hit before Christmas? The ‘Today’ show…


Michael B. Jordan’s box office gross total has surpassed the 1 billion dollars milepost.

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Terroll Lewis, the man who was falsely accused of sexual assault by a woman who assaulted him on a busy British train, has revealed that she has been questioned by the police.

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Iggy Azalea has explained why she continued to perform for fans after one of her dancers collapsed on stage and urged the public not to turn the matter into a meme.


It’s been a three years since Monica unleashed an album and it finally seems like her next musical chapter is on its way.

The R&B maven has been starring on ‘T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle’ and seizing the platform to tease the follow-up to 2015’s ‘Code Red.’

Viewers have witnessed the star in the lab with longtime collaborator Polow Da Don and together they’ve been cooking up material they hope scorches upon release.

One of the cuts gaining ample traction is a song named ‘Commitment.’ Could it be Mo’s newest hit?

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Justin Timberlake‘s ‘Man of the Woods’ is, rather unfortunately, officially the worst album of the year.

Bad news below…


Dionne Warwick‘s battle with the IRS is heading to trial.

A long story below…


The world mourned the loss of Aretha Franklin, who passed away on August 16th aged 76.

Yet, with a life and legacy as prolific as hers, a mammoth celebration was always on the cards.

And the GRAMMY body are at the helm.

For, on January 13th, a special – aptly christened ‘Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul’ – is set to be taped. 

And an all-star line-up of performers have been announced to honor the music royal.

Head below for details…