Beyoncé’s empire is getting a boost from Forbes.
This week a piece of childhood nostalgia is coming back, the Daytime Emmy’s went PG-13, and there was some good news for one of our favorite comedians.
Last night (June 25) Jay Z and Beyoncé played a show in Miami sayin’ “how the hell did this s–t happen, oh baby.” It was the premiere of their co-headlining On The Run tour, which has been criticized as both a perfunctory cash-grab for the celebrity couple and the must-see blockbuster event of the summer. Fans were delighted by a few marquee moments, most notably the reveal of the couple’s wedding footage when has never previously been released, and an extremely long setlist. When you’ve got that many hits, why not play them all.
The news, the blogs, the stories, the rumors surrounding Jackson can’t topple something like ‘Bad’ or ‘Thriller’ or The Moonwalk or “Got To Be Starting Something.” Nonetheless, here are some of the biggest, most sensational stories around Michael, fives years after his death.
CBS’s “The Young and the Restless” was named Outstanding Daytime Drama at the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
All 16 houseguests have something to offer, but with Ariana Grande’s brother and a “Duck Dynasty” look-a-like in the mix, things could get interesting. “Big Brother” premieres Wednesday, June 25 (8 PM, ET/PT) and Thursday, June 26 (9 PM ET/PT)
A revival of the musical “Side Show” is opening at the Kennedy Center, featuring a collection of misfits from the carnival world.
This week one of Hollywood’s most dashing men may have a new gig (hint: it’s not in entertainment), a legend passes away, and hip-hop’s biggest bad boy wants to redesign the Internet.
Sam Smith has taken New York City by storm during the U.S. release week of his debut album, In the Lonely Hour.
Happy Birthday Paula Abdul! In celebration of everything pop and cartoon cat-oriented, here’s a list of the pop singer’s top videos.
Multiply Day, on June 13, where Ed Sheeran took over several iconic New York City locations to play shows from smallest to biggest, was a massive success for his fans, the Sheerios. But the climax of the day almost didn’t happen.
For Pablo Picasso, 1901 was a pivotal time to experiment and find his own unique style. At just 19 years old, he was living in Paris, painting furiously and dirt poor, so it wasn’t unusual for him to take one canvas and reuse it to paint a fresh idea.