Our Lady Nicki Minaj has been working feverishly of late, and with significant results: she has just broken Aretha Franklin’s record for most Billboard Hot 100 hits by a woman.
I saw Moana over the weekend. It’s a thoroughly entertaining, quality kids movie with minimal pee jokes, though it did not move me like either Inside Out or Zootopia. That’s probably because—as was expressed on many platforms when the film was first announced—it sits in the canon of always much-discussed Disney…
Lifetime’s first teaser-trailer for its Beaches remake is the visual equivalent of a slumber party group sob. There are hugs (so many hugs). There’s a beautiful child with a single tear meandering down her face. There’s ye olde slow-motion run through a hospital corridor.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Idina Menzel is getting married, Jessica Biel thinks we all eat in the shower and Yoko Ono is still a gem.
At this point it’s almost boring to question bewildering remakes, simply because there have been so many of them. Nevertheless, here we are: Lifetime is remaking the 1988 tear-jerking classic Beaches, starring Idina Menzel. Hm.
Did you think you were a witty music critic, sending out those tweets attacking Idina Menzel for botching part of her performance of The World's Most Overplayed Song Ever on New Year's Eve? Well guess what? She gives zero fucks, thanks.
In today's Tweet Beat, Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth are the coolest 90s girls, Azealia Banks gets it right re: teens, and John Stamos loves his bros.
In today's Tweet Beat, Yoko Ono visits a museum like only Yoko Ono can, Ron Howard also takes time to appreciate some art and Adele Dazeem is looking flawless.
In today's Tweet Beat, for some reason Ed Sheeran does not use the number one networking tool on the internet (probably?), Idina Menzel's veggies look better than Simon Cowell's veggies and truly, we are all happy when George Clooney is happy.
The characters from Frozen will reunite next spring in an animated short called Frozen Fever that will feature a new original song.
I know them's fighting words, but if you're going to suffer a wardrobe malfunction — this one was not staged because who needs more publicity after the Adele Dazeem fiasco? — the best thing to do is make a "Defying Gravity" joke and move on. Kids in the audience be damned.
Sweet musical heaven! Stars of stage and screen Julie Andrews and Idina Menzel appeared on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live last night, making some person's dream dinner guest list materialize before their very eyes.
Today in New York some of your favorite folks gathered to celebrate the Power of Women. Smiling faces ahoy!
Selena Gomez posted a very artistic and ambiguous photo of herself
being sacrificed to a curtain monster frolicking in the sun on her Instagram yesterday and the internet erupted in idle speculation about what it could all mean. Is Selena finally taking control of her career and shedding her good-girl image? Is she…
Apparently, following his Florida DUI arrest, Justin Bieber was videotaped while, um, welcoming a urine sample into the world. A few classy media outlets caught wind of this fact and have now requested the video via Florida's public records law. And then a judge was like, "As long as you blur the genitals!" YOKEY…
This is too adorable to believe. Idina Menzel sang "Let It Go" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, backed up by The Roots and it was even more magical than you can imagine.
What the heck, Oscars?! By the time Idina Menzel — luminous as ever — took the stage to sing the infectious "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen, almost all of the little kids who've spent the last several months obsessed with the movie were tucked away in bed. (To the little girl who was dancing in the aisle when I saw …
Many moons ago — all the way back in August — singer Christina Bianco blew us all away with her stunning rendition of "Total Eclipse of the Heart," sung in the voices of some of the world's most beloved divas. Well, now Christina is back, this time performing "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen.
Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and the rest of the Frozen cast took the stage for a private concert. And that means Disney is finally accepting that sometimes it's better to let the Broadway singers take central stage — instead of hiding them in the shadows and foregrounding terrible pop-recreations of their movie hits.