This is really sad to hear.
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We hope there were extra fire marshals on hand during Monday night's premiere of Alice Through The Looking Glass!
Because Pink almost burned Hollywood Blvd to the ground performing her hit Just Like Fire!
The rock star also performed her cover of Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit, which is also (appropriately) featured on the soundtrack to the Tim Burton sequel.
Ch-ch-check out clips of the fiery performance (below) and catch Alice Through The Looking Glass in theaters May 27!
Selena Gomez must have quite conflicting feelings about this…
After winning Top Male Artist and Top Social Media Artist at the Las Vegas-based event, the 22-year-old decided to relax in his car listening to some T.Swift music late Monday night.
However, The Biebs wasn't about to be a casual fan and listen to something obvious like Blank Space or New Romantics… he threw it way back to 2007 with Tay Tay's Teardrops on My Guitar!
Justin shared a rather adorable video to Instagram of himself singing along to the country song, and while he may only know the chorus, we're sure Taylor was flattered.
Now when will Taylor cover Baby??
Ch-ch-check out the ultimate Belieber/Swiftie crossover (below)!!!
On Sunday, the pop princess earned a standing ovation after slaying a powerful performance of Bob Dylan's It Ain't Me Babe alongside Ben Folds and violinist Rob Moose.
Everyone was eagerly awaiting the 29-year-old's time on the T-Mobile Arena stage, considering Dr. Luke had almost banned her from singing during the show.
"We were slated to do it for weeks, and [last week] she was heading over to my house and we were getting ready to practice and I got the word that it was in fact canceled. Rob Moose [of yMusic], who played violin [at the BBMAs], and I had arranged it for a small chamber ensemble. And [during the Orpheum performance last week], it went over really well. But then we got the call: 'Actually, you're on [for the BBMAs], bring the ensemble.' 'Oh, we can't because they're all on airplanes now,' so Rob and I just pared it down."
He explained why the singer kept her promise to leave the Kemosabe Records label head out of her TV time, saying:
It's official: no one watches award shows anymore!
While the Billboard Music Awards were certainly the talk of the town on Sunday night, it doesn't look like the rest of the country was that interested in the industry — or at least not watching on TV.
Apparently, only 8.9 million people tuned in to watch the 3-hour-long event, giving ABC a measly 2.9 rating in the 18-39 demo — that's only slightly better than 2012's 7.4M/2.7!
However, the network was able to beat out NBC's The Carmichael Show, CBS' Undercover Boss, and FOX's animation domination to win the night… but still, we're not impressed.
Did U tune in for the BBMAs last night??
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Well, Justin Bieber has sparked a debate this Monday morning!
The Biebs took to Instagram on Monday morning and penned a lengthy post about performing at awards shows, and — to his credit — it's respectful, cogent, and thought-provoking, even while being controversial!
Ch-ch-check out his entire message (below):
What an emotional night.
However, it was the moment after the song finished that has people talking, because the 48-year-old broke down on stage after being presented with the Icon Award by her 15-year-old son René-Charles.
As you're surely aware, Celine lost her husband René Angélil to cancer back in January, and the BBMAs actually marked her first return to television!
Entertainment Tonight caught up with Celinita after the awards show where she got pretty candid about experiencing so many emotions on camera, saying:
Celebs can't win!
If they look too perfect, they're fake. And if they don't look perfect enough, they get dragged online.
Keke Palmer was inundated with hateful and completely inappropriate comments when she shared a makeup-free video showing how she got ready for the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.
She even became a trending topic because of it!
"Fans" lobbed all sorts of insults, including saying that she looked like a "crackhead," and questioning whether she had a skin disorder because of the multiple shades of foundation on her face.