Elton John and Britney Spears have a hit on their hands.

Their song ‘Hold Me Closer’ is now making major moves on the airwaves.

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In honor of the 100th birthday of Norman Lear, one of television history’s most important writers and producers, ABC announced a star-studded special featuring some of Hollywood’s biggest names.

Via the career-spanning TV event titled ‘Norman Lear: 100 Years of Music and Laughter,’ the network assembled the likes of Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney, Laverne Cox, Tom Hanks, Rita Moreno, Ms. Pat, Jay Pharoah, Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Poehler, Octavia Spencer, and more to offer skits and speeches to toast to the life of the man responsible for some of television’s most groundbreaking efforts including ‘All in the Family,’ ‘Maude,’ and ‘The Jeffersons.’

Homage to his hand in creating the latter will come courtesy of a Destiny’s Child reunion of sorts.  Look inside to get a taste of what members of the iconic girl group are serving for Norman.


Over the summer singer-turned-content creator O’Ryan dropped jaws when he dropped drawers and took the net by storm with a video of himself exercising in the buff (as we reported here).

And though he eventually apologized for the R-rated clip, his big brother, GRAMMY-nominated music star Omarion, is a lot less remorseful for the hoopla the “leaked” visual caused.

Look inside to hear him weigh in on the matter for the first time publicly.


Genre bending and blending have always been the game for hit rapper Doja Cat.

Despite naming Hip-Hop as her claim to fame, the GRAMMY winner has experimented with a myriad sounds from R&B and Pop influence to Latin, World Music, and even those leaning on the Rock end of the musical spectrum.

The latter, as revealed by a set of confusing tweets recently, may just be the sonic direction Cat’s poised to climb for the follow-up to her blockbuster third studio album, ‘Planet Her.’

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As male R&B singers of the millennium go, few can claim the consistent chart triumphs of EGOT winner John Legend.

Since first lifting his debut studio album, ‘Get Lifted,’ to the top 5 of the Billboard 200 in 2004, the singer-songwriter succeeded that win with a string of hits – watching the five traditional studio efforts that followed (‘Once Again,’ ‘Evolver,’ ‘Love in the Future,’ ‘Darkness & Light,’ and ‘Bigger Love’) enjoy big openings in the tally’s top 20.

And while more of the same was expected with his latest offering, the September 9-released ‘Legend,’ a refreshed print of the Billboard 200 reveals John’s charting trajectory has taken quite the detour.

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As Alicia Keys is one of the best-selling R&B artists of the century, seeing her name attached to jaw-dropping sales reports is nothing new.

And although she’s already cemented the position, Monday (September 19) saw the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) reiterate the standing due to the continued streaming and digital download love shown to some of her timeless hits like ‘My Boo’ (with Usher), ‘You Don’t Know My Name,’ and ‘No One.’

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In the eyes of many, Tiffany Haddish effectively “won” after the child molestation lawsuit brought against her was dismissed in perpetuity. However, the comedienne has revealed that her career has been dealt a series of devastating losses as a result of being accused.

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Camila Cabello has embarked on a new chapter of her music career – and it’s a major one.

Because, per a new report, the singer has signed with a new label.

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The multi-talented Tyler Perry returns to Netflix for another original movie titled ‘A Jazzman’s Blues,’ written, directed, and produced by the Academy Award honoree.

A tale of forbidden love, ‘A Jazzman’ stars Joshua Boone and Solea Pfeiffer who play magnetized lovers Bayou Boyd and Leanne Jean Harper. Forty years of secrets and lies come to light to the tune of juke joint blues in this movie, set in the deep South.

That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid spoke with Perry, Boone and Pfeiffer about the inspiration behind the screenplay (which was 27-years in the making), the experience of shooting the movie, and more.

Watch our chat with Perry above and the film’s leads after the jump..


Cardi B continues to show her penchant for female Rap camaraderie. For, the chart-topper has announced a collaboration with fast-rising new rapper Glorilla. 

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Check out Shakira!

The ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ hitmaker scorches on the cover of ELLE Magazine‘s October issue.

Much like her music, though, there’s much more on offer beyond the surface.

For, within the inner pages of her cover spread, the superstar opens up in earnest about her recent split from partner Gerard Pique, new music, and weathering her “darkest hour.”

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JoJo is back with yet another stunning live rendition of her songs.

This time around, she has taken to the stage to perform her song ‘Feel Alright.’ 

Set against a pink and orange background and accompanied by only a guitar, the songstress shows off her impressive vocal prowess across the tune.

‘Feel Alright’ appeared on JoJo’s most recent body of work, an EP entitled ‘Trying Not To Think About It,’ and it is our favorite song on the project.

Elsewhere, the project featured such songs as ‘Spiral Szn,’ and ‘‘Worst (I Assume).’

Watch her stun with the live performance of ‘Feel Alright’ below…