Best feud ever or nah?!
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Usher is werkin' for the the turkey — and we absolutely do not mind him keeping us updated on his progress!
The 37-year-old hot tottie shared a shirtless snap on Monday to show off his man meat and sculpted bod. The Confessions singer captioned the seXXXy pic:
"💪🏾 workin hard so I can eat this 🦃"
We don't think he has anything to worry about!
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we just want to file this under things we are grateful for this holiday season — right under The Game's peen pics from earlier this month.
Many thanks, guys!!!
Does Usher have U fallin' in love, Perezcious readers?? SOUND OFF in the comments!
This might be the best EVER!
But Anthony raised the stakes when he performed MC Hammer's 2 Legit 2 Quit — only to be outdone by his costar going FULL ON Janet Jackson With Rhythm Nation!
Ch-ch-check out the EPIC choreographed lip sync performances (below) — including snippets of Levitt's Yeah by Usher and Mackie's I Kissed A Girl — and let us know who your favorite lip sync star has been so far!
Get your tissues ready!
On Sunday evening, the pop star dropped his latest song from his upcoming album Purpose. And, like most of his recent tracks, the Biebs' new banger has themes about forgiveness and restoration.
In fact, he's vowed to show the media he's more than what's written about him.
The 21-year-old took to Instagram to share with his legion of fans an update (above) about the song — oh, and a snippet of the music video (below) for the track too!
Justin Bieber certainly has a way with the ladies!
On Wednesday, the What Do You Mean? singer was all smiles as he cozied up next to his gorgeous, back-up dancer Elysandra Quiñones while at the The Square Pig and Pen in London. Score!
Though we doubt the twosome are super serious since the 21-year-old recently wrapped up a steamy vacation in Bora Bora with Jayde Pierce — who also happened to be in the city on Wednesday.
Well that ended quickly.
Boy, JB is certainly going through a serial dating phase isn't he?? But who can really blame him.
The pop star and Miz Quiñones may have been in a crowded bar — but reports claim
Beyoncé is putting it all out there!
Well, at least for her latest red carpet look she is.
On Tuesday, the Pretty Hurts singer SLAYED on the red carpet in a maroon number for the Tidal X event in NYC.
However, this particularly jaw dropping moment came shortly after the Grammy winner's father Mathew Knowles dished in a radio interview that the starlet is the same age as fellow performers Pink and Usher… which is 36-years-old and TWO years older than we thought.
Still, Queen Bey didn't seem fazed by her former Dadager's comments to The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 as she confidently made her way in front of trigger happy photographers!
Not to mention, the Destiny's Child alum took to Instagram to flaunt her look to her legion of followers following her appearance.
Well this is going to be one heck of a show!
The Empire State of Mind's streaming service just announced Tidal X: 1020 Amplified by HTC to be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Oct. 20 and will serve as the first in a series of charitable concerts!
Not only that but it's going to feature tons of top artists including
Be careful who you Google, kids!
On Tuesday, Intel Security released this year's list of the Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities — but don't panic, Perezcious readers! It's not the stars themselves you need to be worried about, just be wary when you look up their names on the internet.
A cyber safety expert with the security giant says musicians create such potentially harmful search results because web surfers looking for free downloads are fairly easy targets:
"Celebrity names combined with the terms 'free MP4,' 'HD downloads,' or 'torrent' are some of the most searched terms on the Web. When consumers search for music that is not made available through legitimate channels, they put both their digital lives and devices at risk."
The official claims that cybercriminals target the biggest names and high-profile stories in pop culture to try to trick internet users into clicking on links that could steal their passwords and personal information:
"With today's busy culture and a desire for real time information, consumers often click on sites that will quickly provide them with news and entertainment, without considering safety and security implications. Cybercriminals leverage this need for immediacy by encouraging people to visit unsafe sites that can steal private data."
But who does Intel say is the most dangerous person to search? Well it's actually…