José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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Now she definitely has a Problem!
On Tuesday, songwriter Alex Greggs filed a lawsuit claiming Ariana Grande's 2014 hit One Last Time is EXTREMELY similar to his 2012 song Takes All Night, performed by EDM artist Skye Stevens!
According to legal docs, Greggs says the Dangerous Woman and producer David Guetta stole the music and lyrics of his song's chorus!
He is demanding royalties from Ari's track.
To decide whether Miz Grande jacked Greggs' tune, ch-ch-check out both songs (below)!
Here's some adorable #couplegoals to help close out this week!
Paris Jackson and boyfriend Michael Snoddy cozying up to each other on the set of Paris' photo shoot is just too cute!
"i've been his groupie for a while now, time to switch rolls 😜"
But even sweeter was her drummer BF reposting the shot and singing her praises:
MTV is finally celebrating all of her work!
The R&B star will be presented with the honor at the award show on August 28 — where she's also up for multiple awards, including Best Female Video for Work and Best Male Video for her appearance in Calvin Harris' This Is What You Came For.
The coveted award, which was created in 1984 and named after the King of Pop in 1991, celebrates an artist's accomplishments in music, fashion, film, and philanthropy — all arts RiRi has certainly mastered.
In recent years, the Video Vanguard Award was handed to Justin Timberlake (2013), Beyoncé (2014), and Kanye West (2015) — who, last year, announced his 2020 candidacy for president in his long-winded acceptance
We have a feeling the Anti songstress' speech will be a lot more subdued than her predecessor, but you never know what will happen at the VMAs!
Ch-ch-check out RiRi's gracious tweet (below) and catch the VMAs August 28 at 9 p.m. EST on MTV!
Conrad Murray is milking his connection to Michael Jackson for all its worth!
As we previously reported, the doctor who was convicted of manslaughter in connection with Michael's death, is writing an explosive tell-all book called This Is It. The scandalized doc has already put out the claim that Jackson tried to delay puberty with hormone injections at age thirteen.
Now, Murray is taking the gossip one step further by describing M.J.'s alleged fetishes, like dressing up like a clown for call girls in addition to feigning illnesses to get the attention of women. The claims come just about a month after news surrounding the singer's child molestation case resurfaced.
As for Conrad's salacious allegations, he writes that the entertainer would put on fake accents and pretend to have a stroke just to pick up the ladies. It's kind of a bizarre accusation considering Michael was a MAJOR celebrity at the time — did he really have to go to such lengths to get a date?
Most astonishingly, Conrad alleges that his former patient WANTED him to come clean with these sordid tales.
Wow. We don't even know what to do with this info!
So, do YOU believe Conrad?
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We may soon learn A LOT more about Michael Jackson's troubled childhood.
On Sunday, it was revealed that the Thriller singer's former doctor Conrad Murray is penning a tell all about the late icon, titled This Is It. Oh, how "original."
According to Murray, Michael confided in him that when he was 13-years-old he took hormone injections in order to delay puberty and maintain his high range. Whoa.
In case you forgot, Conrad is the same physician who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter over the King of Pop's passing. As he served two years of his four year sentence, we have a feeling Murray has no qualms with breaking the sacred doctor/patient confidentiality agreement.
Anywho, we digress. Reportedly, MJ told Conrad he began taking injections as a youth right before the start of his solo career in 1972. The scandalized doctor dished to The Mirror: