In today’s Tweet Beat, Demi Lovato uses “who’s” wrong but is concerned about the youth, Questlove asks a good question and Sophia Bush loves New York.
The trailer for Michael Jackson’s Journey from Motown to Off the Wall, Spike Lee’s documentary about the artist’s creative path from The Jackson 5 to Off The Wall, poses an interesting question: was he referencing Star Wars in his 1979 hit “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”? It seems like it to some.
If you had any questions about whether Broadway’s Hamilton is helping bring musical theater to hip-hop culture, look no further than Tuesday night’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, in which cast members became the first Broadway cast to cross over into the legendary Cypher. It was exciting, and best of all, Renée Elizabeth…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Patti LaBelle sends Questlove the best dinner invite ever, Retta is perfect and a lot of celebrity are mad at that dentist who killed that lion.
Here she is dancing at said wedding with her son Juelz to Rae Sremmurd's club hit/possible song of the year "No Flex Zone."
Last night, The Colbert Report tackled the story of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's unfortunate photoshopping of black friend onto his website, and it did not disappoint.
Hugh Dancy and Lena Dunham played a version of one of the greatest game shows of all time, Pyramid on the Tonight Show Tuesday and it was pretty funny.
Your chances of seeing Simon and Garfunkel perform Lorde's "Royals" are vanishingly small. But don't despair! Thanks to Jimmy Fallon and the Tonight Show, you can hear a cover by Black Simon and Garfunkel. And it's honestly fantastic.
In today's Tweet Beat, Questlove gets the answer we're looking for from Nick Offerman, Kelly Ripa turns a weird situation into a funny one and Coco's making shirts.
Hahahahahahaahahaahahahaahahaahaaha. I don't want him to be quiet, but I love that headline. After being raked over the coals over and over in 2013 (for saying TOTALLY LEGIT SHIT, BY THE WAY), Kanye West has vowed to pour his 2014 energy into creativity instead of talking.
In today's Tweet Beat, Questlove gives some major props to Beyoncé, Heidi Klum has found herself a new lady to love, and Frances Bean has an interesting reason behind her fascination with the fair city of London.
The British Columbia coroners have completed their toxocological report and found that Cory Monteith passed away due to a lethal combination of heroin and alcohol.
The inside of Lindsay Lohan's brain is composed of vodka, PediaLite and one failed Tyra Banks music video, but this hasn't deterred Team Oprah from offering her $2 million actual American dollars to feature an 8-part docuseries on OWN about LiLo's life and struggles. (For context, she got $1 million from her Playboy …
Is Questlove wearing a donut lapel pin? Because MARRY ME.
Is Beyoncé pregnant? Is Beyoncé pregnant? Is Beyoncé pregnant? Is Beyoncé pregnant? — The sound and the fury of the Internet, signifying nothing except not minding its own beeswax. (Also, I bet Beyoncé's not pregnant.)
Twitter is deluged with celebrities (and civilians) chiming in on the gun control "debate" following today's horrific school shooting. The one I saw retweeted the most ubiquitously was this, from Dax Shepard: "I love guns. I have several, but I would gladly get rid of them if it would help prevent anything like this…
Tyra Banks, entrepreneur, self-declared "fivehead" and human being as delightful as she is batshit, denied to Steve Harvey that she was recently romanced by the much-younger Drake as well as her America's Next Top Model co-star Robert Evans. In the process, she unleashed a crazed monologue that invokes Sarah Kane at…
Any Hunger Games fan worth their salt is familiar with the 24 tributes from the 12 various districts, but did you know there were actually several more (played by some very big names) that were cut from the movie? Check out the lost cast members who include Chutney McDoodlebart (played by Max Greenfield), Roopirt…
It's hard to find anyone who doesn't love Tina Fey, but recently she found herself in a spat with The Roots. On an episode of Watch What Happens Live, Questlove called her out, saying, "Tina Fey, you are never nice to the Roots. We're from Philadelphia. Be nice to the Roots." In an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy…