OK, so they're together, but not like together together...
But -- and there's always a but -- the pair
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Hot, hot, hot!
The America's Next Top Model alum topped off her look with a chic smokey eye and a sultry blow out. LOVES it!
Now, while we're totally loving this ensemble, it's definitely one of the dressier outfits from the night. This dress may've been a bit more fitting for the Grammys or another fancy awards show.
Nonetheless, with think Miz Harlow SLAYED the red carpet. So… keep doing you, girl!
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Last week Bruno Mars opened up a bit about working with the goddess that is Adele, and on Wednesday, the singer went on to put his own twist on one of the Brit's songs! Mars is certainly all about Adele these days.
But Bruno didn't just choose ANY song as he decided to cover — with a little help from his band, The Hooligans — the track he co-wrote with the 28-year-old, All I Ask.
Of course, Mars NAILED the sultry take on the beautiful track while performing at the BBC Live Lounge. He also gave a shoutout to the Grammy winner at the end by yelling, "We love you, Adele!"
Ch-ch-check out Bruno's incredible performance (below) and let us know which version YOU like better!
Anyone else getting serious déjà vu?
While these songstresses styled these layered gowns differently, they have way too much in common for us not to ask:
The biggest night in Latin Music just got even bigger!
But now we're even more excited for the award show, because we can exclusively reveal that Roselyn Sanchez will host the 17th Annual Latin GRAMMYs Awards!
The Devious Maids star is the perfect choice to host the ceremony — not only is she an accomplished singer-songwriter and actress, but the Puerto Rican bombshell is a very outspoken figure in the Latin community.
Since the award show will take place after election day, we can only hope Sanchez is already rehearsing an opening number that celebrates the Republican nominee's loss! Ha!
Either way, we'll definitely be tuning into the Latin Grammys on November 17 at 8 p.m. EST on Univision!
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The Biebs apparently just wants to have a connection with his audience, and thanks to Twitter, the pop star has FINALLY responded to his behavior in Manchester when he left the stage mid-concert!
Back on October 23, during a performance in Manchester, England, JB was so annoyed by screaming fans that he dropped his mic and walked off stage! Of course he returned to finish his set later, but c'mon!
Well, even though Justin deleted the tweet, over the weekend the 22-year-old aired his feelings regarding the incident online by sharing:
Happy Birthday, Hillary Clinton!
The presidential hopeful turns 69 today, and she's already had quite the celebration — complete with cake and wonder!
Early this morning, traveling Press Secretary for Hillary Clinton, Nick Merrill, took to Twitter to share some pics (above) of Hil being ADORABLY surprised with a cake by her staff! So cute!
But the fun didn't stop there as the Democrat got an even BIGGER surprise when she was doing an interview on The Breakfast Club radio show, and Stevie Wonder stopped by! What's ever better is the Grammy winner showed up wearing a jacket that said "first female prez"! YAAAS!
After a little egging on by the hosts, Wonder played his 1980s song Happy Birthday for just for Clinton — with a tweaked ending as he sang, "Go out and vote."
Ch-ch-check out Stevie gifting Hillary with a special Happy Birthday song (below) and make sure you get out and vote November 8!
The rapper has made no secret of his support of Frank Ocean, and is, like most, a huge fan of his new album.
But after learning neither of Ocean's 2016 albums, Blonde nor Endless, will be eligible for consideration for the year's Grammy awards, Yeezy is pissed!
And since Mr. West knows all too well that the Grammys have a history of bending the rules for other artists, he won't bother showing up to the ceremony if his friend and collaborator doesn't get the same treatment.
At the Oakland stop on his Saint Pablo tour, Ye addressed the crowd on the inner workings of the Recording Academy, and how they allegedly made exceptions for their eligibility rules — like Lady GaGa's 2010 Grammy performance.
Entering one of his now-expected stage rants, Kim Kardashian West's husband said: