With the Video Music Awards (VMAs) on the horizon (August 30, to be exact), it's pretty important to appreciate some of the music videos that could be eligible for the 2016 awards. This summer has been filled with feminist anthems, featuring sultry vocals and incredible music videos.
What's a fan gotta do these days to get some confirmation that her favorite boy band member is having a baby?
Taylor Swift attempted to bring the Infamous Swift-Minaj Twitter Fiasco of 2015 to an end today, tweeting out an apology to her followers and to Nicki for reacting negatively to Nicki’s well-deserved criticism of the MTV Video Music Award (VMA) nominations.
Monday night, a twitter feud broke out between Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj. The back-and-forth tweets began when Nicki wasn’t too happy that her video, “Anaconda,” wasn't nominated for Video of the Year at this year’s Video Music Awards (VMAs). Loyal fans to both Taylor and Nicki got involved, as well as Taylor’s biggest enemy — Katy Perry.
Chris Brown is currently stuck in the Philippines because of a contract dispute. Chris was supposed to leave on his private jet Wednesday morning and head to Hong Kong for a concert, but he was stopped at Manila’s international airport. According to cnn.com, “The Philippine Department of Justice said that an order had been issued Tuesday night to stop any attempts by Brown, 26, to leave the country.” Chris owes promoters money after he failed to appear last New Year’s Eve for a scheduled appearance.
Video Music Award (VMA) nominations are in. And everybody’s quick to point fingers — or get in Twitter disputes. After MTV announced the nominees in the running for the shiny Moonman, Twitter erupted, and not in a good way.
In case you’ve been away from the Internet for an extended period of time, this week’s buzz is all about the 2015 Video Music Awards (VMAs). As soon as the nominees were announced Tuesday morning, Twitter blew up.
Taylor Swift once built an empire on simple guitar riffs and relatable love song lyrics. She then transformed this empire into one of catchy dance-pop beats, celebrity feuds and one badass, model-filled girl gang. The logical next step?
We’ve all grown to love using the tiny characters we refer to as “emojis” in our text messages, Instagram captions and Facebook statuses.
It's absolutely no surprise that fans have been bringing baby-related signs and gifts to One Direction concerts since band member Louis Tomlinson was rumored to be a father-to-be.
If you had told us someone could do Frank Ocean’s music better than he could do it himself, we would have seriously doubted you.
As if Ben and Jen’s split wasn’t enough ... More tragic celebrity news came today as E! News confirmed that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are divorcing.
Celebrity breakups are rarely newsworthy or noteworthy. With tabloids constantly slewing nasty divorce stories and breakup features on their covers, it’s hard to find sympathy for these strangers who we only know on paper.
Did you notice that new playlist on Spotify this morning? Yeah, we did, too. Called “Discover Weekly,” the playlist is Spotify’s latest effort to introduce its users to new music.
Because honestly, we need all the help we can get. (MONDAY) “Not Today” from Twenty One Pilots’ newest album, “Blurryface,” is just cathartic enough for a case of the Monday blues, but upbeat enough to make you forget it.
What do you get when two teenage starlets butt heads over a hairstyle? A corn-troversy. As if it isn’t hard enough to “keep up” with this family — the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister, Kylie Jenner, has managed to cause quite the squabble in Hollywood with her newest hairstyle: cornrows. Speculated to have a cumulative net worth of more than $150 million from various clothing lines, television shows and the sex tape that started it all, the members of the Kardashian-Jenner family have undoubtedly made themselves household names.
One Direction fans have not had a second to breathe in the last few months. From Zayn's dramatic departure to the recent news that Louis is going to be shopping for diapers in the near future, Directioners need a break.
All the news you need to know from last week: Louis Tomlinson is going to be a dad — well, allegedly. The One Direction member has yet to personally confirm the news, but sources close to the star have said he will be having a child with stylist Briana Jungwirth.
Because honestly, we need all the help we can get. (Note: We thought there would be no better way to celebrate Years & Years' new album Communion than to do an entirely Communion-themed "Seven songs." Enjoy.) (MONDAY) Ease into your week with "Real," the second track off Years & Years' new album Communion. It's fast-paced enough to get your week going, but the intro builds gradually enough that you won't feel terrified when you wake up Monday morning. [embed]https://open.spotify.com/track/1I3ys1zfnfW4c0GfhKxIuu[/embed] (TUESDAY) "Ties" is exactly the tune your Tuesday needs.
Just released last month, The Weeknd’s Billboard top single “Can’t Feel My Face” is skyrocketing on the charts, and for good reason.