Gaga was never scared of working her butt off and it looks like she has quite a busy month ahead of her. February turned out to be full of big, important events that she has to take part in.
The “Room” star Jacob Tremblay stole our hearts when he appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday. The 9-year-old actor was adorable on every level – from his dance when he entered the set to revealing his goals of becoming a scriptwriter and a director.
Rihanna has been teasing us for months with promises of a new album. Her previous album “Unapologetic” came out all the way back in 2012 and although she released some singles since then, we’ve all been eagerly anticipating her new album. She’s alluded to it multiple times but never confirmed the release date. She unveiled the cover art pretty early on, but since then, we were left waiting for the album. She even went so far as to post a picture of herself listening to the album in a pair of some pretty pricey headphones just days before it’s release, testing our patience even further.
Seem like the number of musicians who don’t want to be associated with the controversial presidential candidate Donald Trump keeps growing.
We all witnessed a phenomenal Twitter beef between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa just a couple of days ago. It was truly spectacular watching Kanye go crazy and make a list of 17 jabs at Wiz. Kanye’s ex-girlfriend and Khalifa’s ex-wife, Amber Rose, also took part in this incredible Twitter exchange, coming to her ex-husband’s defense and making some pretty intimate jabs at Kanye.
Coldplay’s new music video “Hymn for the Weekend”, featuring Beyonce, was released on Friday and has already gained over 15 million views, yet run into controversy for its stereotyping of Indian culture.
What does this all mean and does it even have to mean anything? That’s a question that’s difficult to answer. We’ll have to watch “Pillowtalk” a few more times and get back to you on that.
Calvin Klein repeats last year’s controversial advertising campaign tagged #mycalvins. The main stars of this steamy new underwear campaign are Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner.
This Monday Britney Spears posted three sultry black-and-white videos on Instagram. The captionless teasers quickly caused a stir on social media.
Ever since last week, we can’t stop talking about #snowzilla2016, #snowmageddon2016 or simply #blizzard2016. Celebrities from Nicky Hilton and Coco Rocha to Kate Hudson and Neil Patrick Harris were getting snowed in and truly enjoyed it just like the rest of us. Many shared their best shots with social media, so we could see how they enjoyed this snowy weekend.
The hashtag #OscarsSoWhite appeared on Twitter, first as a joke, but later became part of a popular movement.
It’s been a week since David Bowie died but he’ll be in our hearts and thoughts forever. Legends are meant to be immortal. Recently a Belgian radio station Studio Brussels and MIRA Public Observatory have proved it and named a constellation after David Bowie.