Her later years sadly overshadowed by controversy, Whitney Houston was arguably the most purely talented pop vocalist of her generation — and that legacy will be honored with a segment during BET’s 12th annual ‘Celebration of Gospel’ special, scheduled to air April 1.
After over a year away from the stage (and the birth of her twins), Mariah Carey returned to live performing Thursday night (March 1) with a brief, intimate gig at New York City’s Gotham Hall. Given that only 50 tickets were released to the public, chances are you weren’t in attendance — but thanks to the magic of the Web, you can watch her one-song set without even getting out of your chair.
Whitney Houston‘s body has been laid to rest and her cause of death has reportedly been determined, but for her family, the hard work of coming to terms with her untimely death has just begun — and part of that work will include attempting to track down a photographer who took unauthorized photos of the singer after she died.
Just a couple of weeks after making a much buzzed-about appearance at the Grammy Awards, Chris Brown picked up another high-profile gig over the weekend, performing at the NBA All-Star Game with Pitbull.
‘Glee‘ fans will be seeing less of Amber Riley in the future, but don’t worry — she isn’t planning on leaving the show anytime soon. Instead, her diminished appearance is the result of a diet change that resulted in Riley losing a noticeable amount of weight.
Chris Brown isn’t known for his gender sensitivity and Us Weekly aren’t known for their reliable reporting, so when the two sides came together last week, the result was one of the more eyebrow-raising rumors we’ve heard in awhile: an unnamed woman claimed that Brown asked for her number and used “I promise I won’t beat you” as his pickup line. Brown says the whole thing is untrue, however.
If you assumed that motherhood was going to keep Beyonce from releasing new music in 2012… Well, you were right. But according to in-demand producer/OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, she’ll make up for lost time next year — by releasing not one, but two albums.
Every year, the Recording Academy pays tribute to artists who passed away over the last 12 months with an In Memoriam slideshow at the Grammy Awards — and every year, disgruntled fans point out which artists didn’t receive their due. But last night (Feb. 12), plenty of people who watched the slideshow noticed the surprising omission of a pair of recently deceased legends: Etta James and Don Cornelius.
Nicki Minaj has made a habit of outshining fellow rappers since releasing her first mixtape, ‘Playtime Is Over,’ in 2007. Her impressive prowess on the mic forms the basis for her new Grammy promo with hip-hop legend LL Cool J, who’s hosting the ceremony — but can’t quite keep up with Nicki’s formidable flow, much to her chagrin.
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