T.I. is jumping to Iggy Azalea's defense!!
In response to Banks' racially charged rant, the rapper tweeted:
The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies was inevitably going to be a success.
Not only does the franchise have a built-in fan base, but after five other films, fans are going to turn up to see how it all ends.
The surprise is just how many showed up opening weekend!
The film not only swallowed the competition like an enormous dragon hoarding gold — it even beat its own franchise record!
Though the final installment was expected to make only $70 million over its first five days,
Hmm… we wonder if she ever thought about how much people with AIDS, as well as their friends and family have really suffered.
You may remember Justine Sacco. She's the former IAC PR exec who was on her way to a vacation in South Africa last December, and tweeted:
"Going to Africa. Hope I don't get AIDS. Just kidding! I'm white."
Well, she was promptly fired, and has been featured in a new book, called So You've Been Publicly Shamed, authored by Jon Ronson. The author is sympathetic with Sacco, but it doesn't make a ton of sense.
Especially considering she defends her horrible 'joke.'
In her section of the book, Justine explains
J.K. Rowling has had a few.
And now she has another regret about The Deathly Hallows. And this time, emphasis on the deathly part.
J.K. broke hearts of countless readers with the many character deaths in the final book, but she says there's only one she really regrets [SPOILER ALERT, obvi]:
What can't she do!?
Bella Thorne just took a step closer to world domination with the release of her first book, Autumn Falls.
The work of fiction follows a girl named Autumn as she deals with a major loss, and is actually inspired a lot by Bella's life.
Well, we had an EXCLUSIVE chat with the 17-year-old star, and she had a lot to say.
After a few teases, the first full trailer for Insurgent is here!
A HECK of a lot more action!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first full look at the sexier, more intense, and far more badass Divergent Series: Insurgent!
As the title of Lena Dunham's book asserts, she's Not That Kind Of Girl.
Not the kind of girl to sit quietly when she has something to say, and not the kind of girl who won't respond when she feels attacked.
And many parts of her book have come under fire lately — not only was she accused of raping her sister, many didn't believe her account of being raped herself.
She's now speaking up about that incident and giving her thoughts on the way the public has responded to it.
In an essay titled "Why I Chose To Speak Out", Lena writes:
Woohoo! This is worth all of the congratulations!
YouTube sensation Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella, has just published her debut novel, and it's a major hit!
The novel Girl Online sold 78,109 in the first week which is more than your favorite writer sold, no matter who your favorite writer is!
That's right, more than E.L James, Dan Brown, or even J.K. Rowling!
Records only go back to 1998, but that's still a ton of excellent writers she beat out!
If you aren't familiar with Zoella, her YouTube channel has over six million subscribers, so she's a major deal!
The British vlogger inked a two-book deal with Penguin Random House, and this is the first of her books, in which she incorporated elements of her own life. CEO Tom Weldon said it was