They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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The return of Becky!
The B-word was made popular on Sunday when Beyoncé dropped her song Sorry which contained the lyric, "Becky with the good hair."
On Wednesday, the Fancy artist returned to social media to clarify that she wasn't dissing Queen B; she was dissing ignorance.
Miz Azalea wrote
As she sang in Formation, "Always stay gracious, best revenge is your paper."
As we reported in February, the Miami Fraternal Order of Police is boycotting Beyoncé's concert on Wednesday because they believe her Super Bowl performance and Formation music video contained anti-police themes.
But don't think the leader of the Beyhive is upset! She's laughing all the way to the bank.
On the first day of her Formation World Tour, the Crazy In Love songstress one-upped her haters by selling merchandise labeled "Boycott Beyoncé."
This is way too good!
As seen on Twitter
If you can't beat ‘em, join ‘em!
Ted Cruz is pulling out all the stops to stay in the presidential race. And to take on Donald Trump, the GOP candidate is joining forces with a former opponent!
In a surprising move, Cruz named Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential running mate on Wednesday!
During an Indiana rally, the presidential hopeful told a crowd of supporters:
Talk about a pleasant surprise!
While we were eagerly awaiting to hear about their nuptials, it turns out…
They already got married!
That's when Jordan spilled the beans. He said
Well done, Zayn Malik!
On Monday, Gigi Hadid gave props to her beau after he got her a very special cake for her 21st birthday. Aww!
In case you forgot, the celebrity couple has been essentially inseparable ever since they were first romantically linked back in November.
The blonde beauty took to Twitter and gushed:
Iggy Azalea may have good hair, but don't EVER call her "Becky"!
The Aussie rapper has had a contentious relationship with the hip-hop community over the past few years, but now it looks like she's taking a stand on hip-hop slang that she finds offensive — and she has Beyoncé in her crosshairs!
On Monday, the Work songstress blasted a much-discussed lyric from Bey's new track Sorry, noting the name Becky is a "racist" term used to describe a generic white girl.
"He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair."