That's it! Cher totally wins the Internet!
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After a six-year hiatus, VH1's Hip Hop Honors returned to celebrate the game changers of the hip hop industry.
But this year's event, aptly dubbed All Hail The Queens, was all about that girl power!
Broadcast live for the first time in its history, Monday night's ceremony paid homage to the female trailblazers who burst into the patriarchal genre to make their voices heard — and were honored with AH-Mazing tribute performances!
Hosted by Eve, the evening began with an inspiring statement from Black Lives Matter founders Darnell Moore and Alicia Garza — and also included a taped appearance by First Lady Michelle Obama honoring the women of hip hop!
Naomi Campbell is ageless!
On Sunday, the supermodel stunned in a white Brandon Maxwell number while at her 46th birthday dinner at the PH-D Rooftop Lounge at The Dream Downtown in NYC. How in the world is Miz Campbell over 40??
Not only did the Empire actress slay her outfit selection, but her party was also FILLED with total A-listers — including Usher, Diddy, Andre Leon Talley, Zac Posen, Jussie Smollett, Anna Sui, and so many more. Color us impressed!
So, you shouldn't really be surprised that many of the celebs took to Instagram to document the star-studded evening (below).
But he's going out in style, reuniting with some of the Bad Boy Family for a series of reunion tour concerts — and Friday night Jay Z popped in on the group's Brooklyn stop!
Young Hov surprised the audience at the Barclay's Center last week when he swung by Diddy's concert to say "hi" to the crowd and of course perform with Diddy!
Puff introduced his fellow musician with the highest honor, saying:
They really are Bad Boys for life!
And as evidenced by his epic TODAY show concert, Diddy is bringing back the entire Bad Boy Family for his reunion tour!
On Friday, the rapper turned business mogul reunited with some old pals to perform some of their biggest hits — including Bad Boy For Life, I Need A Girl (Pt. 2), and the late Notorious B.I.G.'s Mo Money, Mo Problems!
Joining the Bad Boy leader on stage, Mase showed up to perform his classic Feel So Good, and Busta Rhymes busted out a high energy rap of Pass The Couvoisier — but that's not all!
Before their 25-date tour kicks off in August, the Bad Boy family will take the stage on Brooklyn's Barclays Center for back-to-back shows this Friday and Saturday — with special guests Jay Z, Mary J. Blige, Swizz Beatz, and DMX!
Wow! We don't know if we can handle that all-star lineup!
Ch-ch-check out the monumental performances (below) to get a taste of the Bad Boy reunion to come!
Pink is on fire!
The pop/rock star is continuing to put out hits with her latest single Just Like Fire — from the Alice Through The Looking Glass soundtrack.
But the So What songstress will also be heading to TV screens next week when she appears on The Voice, serving as superstar advisor to the eight semi-finalists of the NBC singing competition!
We hope she teaches at least one contestant how to do her trapeze performance tricks!
Watch the singer Get This Party Started when she stops by The Voice on May 16 at 8 p.m. on NBC!
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Diddy has been in the music business for so long it's going to be interesting to see him doing something different and apparently never returning to the studio!!!
The mogul revealed in an upcoming interview that will be published on Tuesday in Cigar Aficionado that he is retiring from music after his upcoming album to devote all of his time elsewhere in the entertainment industry.
Thursday night was a very emotional night for quite a few basketball and sports fans as it marked Kobe Bryant's very last basketball game.
The Black Mamba certainly went out in fashion as he capped off the end of his 20 year career with the Los Angeles Lakers by beating the Utah Jazz 101-96 and scoring 60 points himself in his final outing!
After the 37-year-old scored his final bucket of the night at the free line, the entire El Lay crowd was immediately on their feet. Not to mention, the famous athlete walked over and gave Shaq O'Neal a hug and, once the final buzzer went off, took center stage to give the crowd a fitting speech (below).
Kobe addressed how blessed he has been throughout his career and thanked everyone from his friends, family, and teammates… before dropping the mic with a "Mamba Out!" LOVES it!
Of course, with #24 being one of the greatest players to ever play the game, he had the world watching him. Not surprisingly, several A-lister took to Twitter to praise the now retired NBA star — including Reese Witherspoon, Kanye West, and even President Barack Obama.
Ch-ch-check out all of the best celeb reactions online AND watch Kobe's highlights as well as hear his speech for yourself (below)!