If you asked me who I’d side with during an argument between Adam Levine and Alicia Keys, I’d probably just slowly step back, shake my head and run off to do something worth my time. So imagine my surprise as I now HEARTILY agree with Adam Levine for pointing out that Alicia Keys’ “no makeup” look does, in fact,…
In an interview with the Sunday Times, Kristen Stewart gets a little real about Robert Pattinson, her sexuality and her occasionally-tetchy relationship with the paparazzi.
Is makeup over?
Selena Gomez took a break in 2014 – not for drugs or rehab, guys – but to undergo chemotherapy for her lupus. Now, as her Revival World Tour wraps up, Gomez revealed that she’s retreating from the spotlight once again, to deal with the “anxiety, panic attacks and depression” that lupus has caused for her.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Alicia Keys doubles down on the no-makeup, Simone Biles played VMAs bingo and something something Kanye West and Taylor Swift.
I bet you didn’t know you’d be spending the 53rd anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech suffocated by extreme earnestness when you started your day-slash-turned on the VMAs. Well, here you are. Happy happy. Maybe we could love somebody? Maybe her name is Alicia?
The We Are Here Movement is Alicia Keys’s initiative to counteract and raise awareness about various injustices around the world using, including income inequity and climate change, using the power of art and culture. Her latest campaign is a powerful video in which musicians and actors honor and memorialize some of…
In the video for “In Common,” a gracefully blithe summer song about finding comfort in your shared messiness with someone, Alicia Keys goes for a bare, black-and-white aesthetic in the form of interlocked bodies, impressive pop-lockers, bone breakers (very FKA twigs reminiscent) and a little girl doing the Nae Nae.
Alicia Keys did a duet with Beyoncé for Element of Freedom in 2009. Stills of a big budget video shot in Brazil appeared online, but the video never did.
When Beyoncé and her dancers appeared on the field last night, it was clear that the superstar’s performance carried a political message – from the lyrics of her new single “Formation” to her dancers’ costumes, described as an “homage to the Black Panther Party.” And at the request of Black Lives Matter activists, a…
Alicia Keys can’t seem to make a good song to save her life and it’s harder and harder to watch, er, listen.
In today’s Tweet Beat Nicole Richie harks back to her Simple Life days, Alicia Keys balls out in Paris and Kevin Jonas dispenses political advice.
Nicki Minaj hosted the 2014 MTV European Music Awards and, more importantly, treated the stage like her personal walk-in closet. I especially liked the country club Barb vibe of the green-collar Alexander Wang dress. See the rest of the attendees below.
The inevitable march towards Taylor Swift's new album 1989 continues with a new single, and it's only getting worse: "Welcome To New York" is a gentrification anthem so obtuse it makes one wonder if she is, in fact, trolling at this point. And it calls into question whether rich white-person privilege is, in fact,…
"I’ve met some serious aliens in my life… I’m sure you’ve seen a UFO. Haven’t all of us seen something flying in the sky [at some random time of night] and it’s not the shape of a plane? …I don’t know if I’d go with an alien to space. I would have to feel the alien’s vibe. I’m a vibe person."
After admitting on The Talk last week to undergoing eye enlargement surgery at the behest of a racist Dayton, Ohio TV studio back in '95, Julie Chen has clarified that she has not had a nose job. Any difference you see above is due to expert contouring, witchcraft and wizardry.
Lest we think Justin Theroux is little more than a B-list actor completely devoid of personality, before he got together with the Ol' Ball and Chain Jennifer Aniston, he had a yen for old-timey STD wax figures, he told GQ.
Now that Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise have been away from the Xenu madness and securely ensconced in the filthy bosom of Manhattan for some time, the 7-year-old child can go about having a totally normal childhood. Which now involves ghost-designing a fashion line that's worth more than Reese Witherspoon's new property
A poised and hella grown-uppish Prince Michael Jackson has landed a job as a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight, a pretty impressive gig for a 16-year-old although though my impulse is to yell at him to stay the fuck away from show business and go work at the Dairy Queen like a normal teenager because I…