Lindsay Lohan wants an apology from her ex-fiancé, Egor Tarabasov, and she intends to make him suffer as she waits.
Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston are pausing their international “Hey, we’re dating!” tour to celebrate the Fourth of July at Swift’s Rhode Island beach house. Their aggressive PDA campaign continues apace.
Last year, Demi Lovato tried and failed to make her pandering ode to seasonal same-sex flings the song of the summer. This year, she’s back with “Body Say,” a tracks she wrote and recorded “a couple weeks ago.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, Demi Lovato uses “who’s” wrong but is concerned about the youth, Questlove asks a good question and Sophia Bush loves New York.
Blake Lively, subject of the brilliant 2015 documentary The Age of Adaline, has finally shot back at critics of the controversial Instagram post from last month in which she described herself as having an “L.A. face with an Oakland booty.” Her caption, taken from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back,” immediately irked many…
Demi Lovato has taken another stand. Days after her calling Mariah Carey “nasty,” or more specifically, describing Carey’s behavior towards Jennifer Lopez as such, she has taken to Twitter to announce she will be leaving...Twitter. And also Instagram.
Cool, more people weighing in on whether or not Amber Heard hit herself in the face or whatever.
Wednesday night—nearly four weeks after the release of Lemonade—Beyoncé proved she is still busy making it. In a photo posted to Instagram by Tina Lawson, Bey can be seen embracing her father (and Tina’s ex), Mathew Knowles. Lawson captioned the snap, “Houston Concert proud dad!!!!”
Am I feuding with you? No. Is my cat feuding with all the ghosts he sees roaming around the apartment? I’m not sure. Is Nicki Minaj feuding with Demi Lovato? Maybe.
On the evening of April 2, the GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards were held in Los Angeles, California. Among those honored was singer Demi Lovato, presented with the Vanguard Award by longtime friend and colleague Nick Jonas. And at the beginning of her acceptance remarks, Lovato…
It’s not a Saturday night in America if someone isn’t ranting about the state of feminism in the world today, but it usually isn’t Demi Lovato.
Only months after filing for bankruptcy, rapper 50 Cent has landed a day in court for doing what any other rational human being would do in those circumstances: posting selfies with hella cash on Instagram.
Amy Schumer has a new boyfriend. His name is Ben Hanisch, and—based on his social media presence—he’s a lot like one of Carrie Bradshaw’s most beloved exes. But is Hanisch actually an Aidan? Let’s do a little comparing and find out:
Bear with me, fetuses. It’s story time.
Good looking teens Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles are together again, maybe. The two spent Friday doing what, according to reality television, rich teens do: lounging on a yacht and kissing. A source told Us Weekly that the two are “hooking up,” now that Styles has a break from the rigors of One Direction.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chrissy Teigen puts things in perspective, Jesse Williams achieves something great and somebody help Demi Lovato out.
On Monday afternoon, Brooklyn-based band Sleigh Bells tweeted at Disney Channel-based singer Demi Lovato, accusing her (and presumably her recording team) of sampling their songs without permission on a track from her recently released album “Confident.”