Even FLOTUS has dreams of being Bey. Michelle Obama shared a video on Instagram where she sat down with Wale for an quick interview. In the clip, the rapper asks the First Lady several questions, such as, “If you had the opportunity to have a different occupation, what would it be?” Mrs. Obama answers, “I would be…
Y: Little Boots describes “Better in the Morning” as an “ode to the ‘walk of shame,’” but there’s unspoken emphasis on “no shame.” Those liquid blips got my stiff little shoulders moving. And the ambling hook is the equivalent of a good sloppy morning stroll, or more likely, a bumpy Uber ride. [Fader]
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]
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One night someone at HBO had a fever dream: What if the next hot mixtape to hit the "streets" had a handful of the hottest hip-hop stars rapping about Game of Thrones? Today that dream has come true. Introducing Catch The Throne.
Like that candy corn in the crack of your sofa cushions, the movie Cool Runnings or the actor Michael Caine, this is slightly old and yet important: When Jennifer Lawrence sat down with David Letterman Thursday, he procured a paparazzi photo of her in a bikini so that she could "answer" for her saggy butt. JLaw…
Secret sources say that Snoop Dogg "insisted" on receiving a stockpile of watermelon-flavored gum as part of his rider request—requiring staffers to embark on a frantic search for the stuff. Why didn't he just bring his own?
Today in Tweet Beat, Snooki doesn't take herself too seriously, Chelsea Handler has started a Demi Moore-type self-portrait trend, and Kanye has thoughts on the word "baby."
Today on Twitter, some celebs got political. Others critique TV. We discovered who bought Jared Leto's record. And Kanye's tweet was kind of the appropriate reaction.
Today in Tweet Beat, Tyra drops her model behavior because she's retired, Danny DeVito bumps his head in the night, and Stan Lee starts a spelling crusade.