Camila Cabello is easily becoming one of the music industry’s hardest working women.

In addition to a slew of promotional appearances made over the last four months in support of her chart-topping duet, ‘Senorita,’ with boyfriend Shawn Mendes, the 22-year-old’s made great strides by her lonesome to build awareness for her December 6th-due sophomore set, ‘Romance.’

Looking to woo her beloved fans, affectionately called #Camilizers, into stocking stuffings with the ‘Liar’-led LP, Camila recently joined forces with Apple Music (courtesy of Beats 1) to give a private audience some stunning live renditions of some of her biggest hits.

Did you miss the intimate action?  See Cabello crank out the likes of ‘Havana,’ ‘Easy,’ ‘Shameless,’ and more:


Veteran actor Billy Dee Williams earned praise aplenty last week when excerpts from an interview with ‘Esquire’ magazine suggested the 82-year-old identified as gender fluid.

“I never tried to be anything except myself,” he shared with the men’s mag. “I think of myself as a relatively colorful character who doesn’t take himself or herself too seriously. You see I say ‘himself’ and ‘herself,’ because I also see myself as feminine as well as masculine.”

Yet, while the applause rang in, some detractors of the enduring heartthrob criticized his decision to go public with statements perceived to be “coming out.”  The hoop-la finally encouraged Williams to clarify his statement on the matter.

Taking to our friends at ‘The Undefeated,’ look inside to see just what he said:


Married singer Justin Timberlake made headlines the world over when he was snapped holding hands with his ‘Palmer’ movie co-star Alisha Wainwright  — off-set.

It threw doubt on the status of his union with wife Jessica Biel, with whom he shares a son named Silas.

Now, after a measured silence, JT is speaking up and out – apologizing to his family and blaming the entire fiasco on drinking too much alcohol.

His statement below…


The 2nd annual National Film & TV Awards took place last night in Los Angeles and brought it it big wins for the likes of Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez.

Join us after the jump…


Taylor Swift is coming to Netflix.

The Pop titan initially announced the venture during her highly publicised spat with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta; for, she stressed that the pair were installing hurdles to prevent her from licensing her own songs for the production.

With that drama seemingly in rearview, the streaming giant have officially announced ‘Taylor Swift: Miss Americana.’ And they are rolling out the red carpet for its seismic launch.

Full story below…


Chris Brown has taken a $35,000 loss.

Find out why below….


George Zimmerman feels his character has been defamed by the family of the unarmed 17-year-old African American male, Trayvon Martin, he killed in 2012.

For remedy, he’s suing for a whopping $100 million.

Details inside:



JoJo chronicles her story ‘Sabotage’ in the video for her new Chika assisted single.

The candid cut serves as the lead release from the singer’s hotly anticipated fourth studio album, which follows 2016’s ‘Mad Love.’

It’s arrival comes on the heels of buzz cut ‘Joanna,’ which took an equally raw tone lyrically.

Watch the latest of JoJo’s fourth era visuals after the jump…


There’s no doubt about it.

Lizzo is bonafide megastar.

Find out how Warner Music’s world has changed ever since they teamed up with her to launch her latest studio album below.


With the year (and decade) rapidly drawing to a close, it’s time for many a round-up list. And PEOPLE are one of the first to the table with their 2019 People Of The Year tally.

Ever eclectic, this year’s list spans the spheres of music, acting, literature, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. For, it’s anchored by Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Obama, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Aniston.

Peep covers and editor insights into why each lady made the cut….


Burna Boy made history recently by becoming the first Afrobeats artist to be nominated at the GRAMMYs. 

Currently up for Best World Music Album for his latest effort ‘African Giant,’ the rising star dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to highlight why.

Backed by a full band, the Nigerian supernova took charge with a melodic medley of ‘Collateral Damage’ and ‘Anybody.’

Watch below…


Daniel Craig‘s time as James Bond has come to an end….well almost.

For, April 3rd 2020 will bring it with the latest (and his last) chapter of the spy’s epic story via ‘No Time To Die.’

In it, the suave character faces new evils and unexpected twists and turns with help from the brilliant actress Lashana Lynch and Rami Malek.

Trailer below…