At the MTV VMAs Sunday night, Kanye West confirmed that he is indeed Kanye West when he said, “I am Kanye West,” in a characteristically rambling speech where he talked about the greatness of his “Famous” music video (“I put Ray J in it, bro”) and the murders in Chicago, shouted out Amber Rose, mentioned calling…
Last night, Kanye West kicked off his Saint Pablo tour in Indianapolis with a crazy flying stage. Instead of a boring, normal, stationary stage—you know, the kind most artists jump and gyrate all over—Kanye decided to float above the audience on a suspended platform.
According to TMZ, Kanye West’s four-minute performance on the VMAs this Sunday will be filled with whatever the hell he wants to do—as opposed to, say, a request that he perform his latest hit or debut a new one, for instance, as we can assume many of the other performers will do.
Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift insist that their romance is genuine, but Hiddles’ accounts of coupledom have thus far been excruciatingly bland. And when he addresses the media’s fixation on his relationship, his remarks are similarly tepid.
For New York’s Fall Fashion issue, the apparently very patient Amy Larocca has profiled Vanessa Beecroft, longtime performance artist and, more recently, frequent collaborator of Kanye West, who you may remember from the way she organized the fashion show for Yeezy Season 2 by models’ skin color, “like human Pantone…
While performing at Drake’s OVO Fest in Toronto on Monday night, Kanye West rapped some songs (including something called “Famous”) and also teased that he and Drake might be working on a project together.
Though his on-again, off-again, please-god-not-again relationship with Selena Gomez puts him on the periphery of Taylor Swift’s squad (much to her discontent), Canada’s most questionable bad boy Justin Bieber has yet to comment on her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
I can understand cultish fashion brands and why people get behind them—Céline, Vetements, Wang, even Jeremy Scott—but increasingly it seems to me the Olivier Rousteing Balmain epoch does not exist without the Kardashians. They continue promoting his work, he continues dressing them like 21st Century Carringtons, in…
The September issues, they do encroach, but Harper’s Bazaar has got an early lead in this race of shifting fashion seasons by deeming the Kardashian Wests the faces of fall fashion 2016 (along with supermodels Lara Stone, Natasha Poly and my fave Lindsay Wixson). Just look at the curl on Kim’s lashes!
During a “surprise appearance” at a Drake show in Chicago Wednesday night, artist and Kardashian-in-law Kanye West took the stage to perform a couple songs. But before beginning “Famous,” the now-infamous track from The Life of Pablo, West shared a few thoughts with the audience.
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.”
On Sunday night, Kim Kardashian electrified the internet by revealing that Taylor Swift did, in fact, verbally approve the use of her name in Kanye West’s “Famous.” Five days of self-imposed house arrest later, Swift finally crept from her L.A. mansion for a little trip to the gym:
CLEVELAND — As we all know, the Kanye West/Taylor Swift “Famous” fiasco reached new heights on Monday when Kim Kardashian released footage of Swift signing off on the supposedly offending lyrics. And ever since, the entire country has been waiting with bated breath for Senator Rick Santorum to finally break his…
It was Roman poet Juvenal who first said, “Two things only the people anxiously desire—bread and circuses” as a criticism of the layman’s priority for fun and food over more pressing intellectual and political pursuits. Take the phrase and make it carb-free (green juice and circuses?) and you have an encapsulation of…
Taylor Swift may have known other people were listening to her phone conversation with Kanye West about “Famous.”
In the second high-profile example of “Twitter is not a safe space” of the week, Abigail Anderson, childhood best friend of Taylor Swift, deleted a series of capital-D Dramatic tweets in which she condemned Kanye West for calling Swift a bitch in his song, “Famous.”
A major question at the heart of Kim Kardashian’s Sunday night Snapchat blessing—video footage that confirmed Taylor Swift was given prior warning of Kanye West’s line about her on his song “Famous”—is whether the phone recording is in fact lawful. And, if so, whether Swift has the right to sue.
On this week’s episode of CSI: Taylor Swift our A-Plot was Taylor Swift; our B-Plot was MILF MONEY; and our C-Plot was Taylor Swift. #LEGGO
In case you were enjoying a long night of thrilling REM cycles during which you dreamed about having lunch with Jessica Chastain on a terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower as her three-legged dog gently nuzzled your calf while all this went down last night, here’s a one-sentence recap: Kim Kardashian Snapchatted…
In a masterfully sly move, Kim Kardashian has posted to her Snapchat account footage revealing that, despite what Taylor Swift has claimed, the pop star signed off on Kanye West’s lyrics for “Famous,” the first single from Life Of Pablo. The videos capture the phone conversation in which Kanye obtains Swift’s approval.