Justin Timberlake opened the 89th Annual Academy Awards as only he could, with a hammy performance of his LEGENDARY Trolls song “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” The stars got to dancing in their chairs to kick off the evening and Nicole Kidman, in particular, enjoyed the sound of such pleasant music from that entertaining…
Justin Timberlake has been on a non-stop press run talking about a song he recorded for the Trolls soundtrack, “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” It’s almost like he can’t stop.
Britney Ever After, Lifetime’s Britney Spears biopic that’s predestined to be awful, includes a dramatic reenactment of her breakup with Justin Timberlake in 2002.
Heartrending and lovely, Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” has been covered so frequently it almost seems a musician’s rite of passage. And yet, Cohen’s original version from 1984 is only now asserting itself in the charts. After over three decades, it has finally reached the Billboard Hot 100.
A hundred years have passed since Justin Timberlake first told us about the movie Trolls. Over those one hundred years, he’s done everything imaginable to promote the movie, as well as his contribution to its soundtrack, which our own Rich Juzwiak described as something like a pox on humanity. At last, Trolls is out,…
Mariah Carey has identified a culprit in her breakup with billionaire businessman James Packer: Scientology. Packer’s business manager, Tommy Davis, formerly served as a spokesperson for the Church of Scientology, and sources say that he was the one to disrupt the romance.
Today’s earth-shattering news that Mariah Carey and that billionaire James Packer have split less than a year after announcing their engagement has proven two things: 1) no amount of money can prevent someone from getting cold feet, and 2) I have no idea what I’m talking about when it comes to celebrity romances,…
Singer, dancer, icon, and Trolls cast member Justin Timberlake participated in the great democratic experiment we call these United States of America yesterday, documenting his personal contribution in his hometown of Memphis. What the critically-acclaimed artist behind FutureSex/LoveSounds didn’t realize, as noted by …
If Justin Timberlake were a Troll doll, he would have been abandoned at the bottom of my toy box with all of his hair cut off long, long ago. His throwing Janet Jackson under the bus, hopping in the driver’s seat, running her over repeatedly, and sampling the sounds of the wheels crushing her body in his music in the…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel raise some money for Hillary Clinton, Tom Cruise loves Namibia and pray for Chrissy Teigen’s uterus.
Founding Pussy Posse member Leonardo DiCaprio was set to host a $33,400-a-head fundraiser for Hillary Clinton this week at his home, until he canceled it citing scheduling issues—right around the same time he and his foundation were publicly linked to a multibillion dollar embezzlement case in Malaysia.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we cure ourselves of Senioritis with a dose of penicillin and get back to business. This week, Amal Clooney is pregnant with a girl, Jessica Biel is pregnant with twins, and Blake Shelton is pregnant...with racism!
Lindsay Lohan had a tumultuous weekend, to say the least. On Saturday, July 23, police officers barged into the apartment she shares with fiancé Egor Tarabasov after receiving a call that morning from “a woman in distress.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, Leslie Jones is back, Justin Timberlake struggles with a selfie and check out your mom Martha Stewart.
This June edition of the Wokest Baes, just like Sam Smith’s discovery of racism, is better late than never. And before anyone gets too verklempt, yes, of course I saw Jesse Williams’s BET Awards speech but he was honored last month and I’ve got to give every worthy woke bae a shot. Onto June’s wokest baes.
When Jesse Williams accepted the Humanitarian Award at the BET Awards on Sunday night, he spoke on behalf of black people and Black Lives Matter in one of the greatest acceptance speeches we’ve heard from a celebrity. Justin Timberlake was certainly inspired, though he should’ve expressed it better.
Justin Timberlake (aka DAD) and all his dancing friends catch major happy-dance vibes in the video for his Trolls soundtrack single “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” which sounds like a commercial jingle for Doublemint, the Gap or Best Buy.