What a hard time for Johnny Depp!
And sadly, when it rains it pours.
We'll keep you updated as we receive more info on the breakup.
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Waking up Friday morning, it's still hard to believe Prince is gone.
As the exact cause of death remains unknown, we have gathered details into the days leading up to the music legend's sudden passing at the young age of 57.
Despite reportedly battling the flu, the Kiss singer was supposedly on the mend just before he was found unresponsive in his Minnesota home elevator on Thursday morning.
So what gives?
Take a look at the timeline (below).
Is there anything this wonderful woman CAN'T do?!
On Tuesday, Michelle Obama dropped a song — yes, a SONG — and it's quite the star-studded collaboration!
This Is For My Girls features the vocal prowess of fierce females Missy Elliott, Zendaya, Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monáe, Lea Michele, Jadagrace, and Chloe x Halle — AKA the singing sisters Beyoncé signed to her production company.
DAMN! That's a lot of lovely ladies!
The jam was created to raise awareness for the 52-year-old's Let Girls Learn initiative, which aims to help young women across the globe receive an education.
And while we don't get to hear the First Lady's voice on the Diane Warren-penned track, we do get to hear the girl power anthem on the radio!
Chloe x Halle will also be performing the song at the event!
The track will be available on iTunes at midnight, and all proceeds will go towards the Peace Corps' Let Girls Learn Fund.
But for now, ch-ch-check out some snippets (below)!
Good on 'em!!
Creed director Ryan Coogler put on the "Justice for Flint" event hosted by comedian Hannibal Buress. Other stars in attendance were Ava DuVernay and Jesse Williams, who were among those to enjoy incredible performances by Janelle Monae and Stevie Wonder.
The event aimed to raise $100,000 for the community affected by the terrible water contamination crisis — and as of right now, they've exceeded that goal by $50,000! Woo!
Not to worry, there's no drama here. Coogler said the Academy Awards had nothing to do with the fundraiser being held the same day — but instead to honor Black History Month. He told Buzzfeed:
"With the #JUSTICEFORFLINT benefit event we will give a voice to the members of the community who were the victims of the choices of people in power who are paid to protect them, as well as provide them with a night of entertainment, unity, and emotional healing."
If this were anyone else…
Rocking her signature black-and-white look in Jean Paul Gaultier, she carried a Feana clutch with fur detail by Emm Kuo.
We LOVES that Miz Monae always does her own thing and stays true to her style!
Go 'head with your bad self, girl!
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We all know Janelle Monáe is multi-talented! But now, she's looking to expand her skill set even more!
The Electric Lady has been cast in an upcoming movie called Moonlight, which is being produced by Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment.
The 29-year-old picked a pretty solid place to start off her film career, considering the actor's production company is also responsible for 12 Years A Slave!
Moonlight follows a young man named Chiron, who is growing up in Miami during the "War on Drugs" era. Over the course of multiple time periods, the protagonist struggles with his crumbling home life, and an awakened sexuality.
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Janelle Monáe is getting political with her new music.
The Electric Lady is joined by other artists at Wondaland Records — including Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, and George 2.0 — on an intense track called Hell You Talmbout about police brutality towards African-Americans.
The song is supported by a marching drum beat throughout the emotional anthem, while the 29-year-old and her fellow artists chime in for the gospel-style chorus.
But probably the most intense parts are the verses, in which the singers scream out the names of various victims of officers who have used excessive force, mentioning Walter Scott, Jerame Reid, Phillip White, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Sean Bell, Freddie Gray, Aiyana Jones, Sandra Bland, Kimani Gray, John Crawford III, Michael Brown, Miriam Carey, Sharonda Singleton, Tommy Yancy, Jordan Baker, Amadou Diallo, and Emmett Till.
On Thursday, Janelle shared a snap of the song's artwork to her Instagram, and penned a powerful caption explaining the importance of this track:
Everyone may not have went home a winner at the BET Awards, but these ladies were definitely scoring top spots on the red carpet!
After all, Laverne Cox sizzled in a plunging blue jumpsuit, even teasing a bodychain and underboob flash tattoos for her entrance!
And Blac Chyna and Amber Rose, while matching, were celebrating marriage equality in their white hot ensembles. Yasss!
So much flawlessness was happening!
Janelle Monae even took center stage in a fierce black caped dress and beautiful braids.
Now you know what's coming…
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