In the latest episode of her E! reality series, Christina Milian Turned Up, Christina Milian got incredibly raw about her experience with domestic violence, revealing that she was once in an abusive relationship with an ex-boyfriend who put a gun to her head.
In today’s Tweet Beat, bad idea Iggy Azalea distances herself from Rita Ora’s bad idea, Christina Milian is a girl and Shia LaBeouf tweets following his arrest in Austin.
N: I must continue to dislike Charlie Puth simply off the strength of the cloying “See You Again” being such a hit. “One Call Away” (something about long distance relationships) is the epitome of faux sentimental auditorium pop and this video hurts me. It’s begging for a kids-choir breakdown at the end. [Idolator]
Y: I know, Flo Rida is not an artist I willingly listen to, either. But his collaboration with Robin Thicke, “I Don’t Like It, I Love It,” kinda knocks in that good-bad, picking at a scab way. In that inescapable summer song way. Flo Rida still raps goofy, tho. [Idolator]
Y: Tinashe's "Bated Breath" video, set in the Mojave Desert, drives home the song's overall sense of moody longing. Makes you want to text someone, "MAYDAY: Come over." [Miss Info]
N: Christina Milian and Lil Wayne, who I guess are aiming to be the '15 Bonnie & Clyde, dropped an unauthorized remix of "Drunk In Love" for his new mixtape. It starts off with Wayne sloppily rapping (and slinging his dick with reckless abandon): "I woke up in that pussy and started stroking." It follows with Milian's…
Riff Raff's "Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz" video has arrived and I… don't know how to feel as an intelligent black woman who has spent a decade as a music critic. On one hand, dude's entire package is a joke based on black culture; on the other, dude is like an In Living Color skit gone terribly right—he's hilarious.
Kris Jenner, matriarch of the Kardashian clan, was targeted by a bizarre stalking/hacking campaign which including a fake recording the television star using racist slurs.
There were respectful, emotional responses from myriad celebrities about the events at Sandy Hook Elementary yesterday, and there was the one on country singer and singing competition judge Blake Shelton's Twitter.
Across the country this past weekend, celebs got all dressed up for Halloween. Some costumes were cute, some costumes were funny, some costumes were a total embarrassment.
The 2011 Jenesse Silver Rose Auction and Gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel honored Halle Berry, so obviously she was the star of the show — with a great supporting cast.
So this happened. But so did a lot of other things, like lots of black lace, random pops of grown-up glamour (which is not really what the AMAs are about, but hey), and Nicki Minaj. Oh, where to begin?
At an event last night, the verbally-incontinent crooner was alternately silent and douchey.