Melissa Rivers is feeling the love in this obviously emotional time.
Here's what she posted on the late comedienne's Facebook page:
Here it is, folks!
Brandy is well on her way back onto the music scene with her upcoming album, Two Eleven, set to be released later this year, and now, has FINALLY released the music video for its lead single, Put It Down, co-written and featuring Chris Brown!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
We don't know about you, but we think everything about this is HAWT!
Brandy looks absolutely FANTASTIC, the moves are super sexy, and we are LOVING the dayglo!
It could be 1998 all over again!
Here's hoping this is an indicator of what's to come with the full album, gurl!
Are you ready for a BRAND NEW music video from Brandy??
Brandy fans have waited foreeeeever to see the star to make a video for this song — and the wait is FINALLY over! Um, ur, that is… ALMOST over!
Ch-Ch-Check out the TRAILER for our gurl and Breezy's new jim-jam Put It Down (above)!
Judging from this sneak peek, this video is gonna be the shiz!
It's a total throw-back. The video has 90s hair, 90s colors, aaand Brandy! LOLz!
Akeelah Keke Palmer!
We knew the girl had Joyful Noise in her heart, but gurl can tear up a bouncy-beat, R&B-pop song like an old-school Brandy!
The 18-year-old mega-talent recently released her slick new single, You Got Me ft. Kevin McCall, and it's a love-stuffed, energetic track that we are ALL OVER right now.
Keke and her fellow dancers deliver sweet, punctuated dance moves in this understated music video, and, while we're not realllly feeling the cheesy photo-studio backdrop, we ADORE everything else!
Twerk those hips with Keke Palmer (above)!
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Next year, the BET Awards will be moving from the Shrine Auditorium to the Nokia Theater at L.A. LIVE, for a three-day extravaganza on June 28, 29 & 30!
And you know who'll be there? US!!! Fo' sho!!!
It's been almost five months since Whitney Houston died, but that doesn't mean that her music still doesn't have a soft spot in our hearts.
And not just in our hearts, but in the Shrine Auditorium in El Lay where the entire audience sitting at the BET Awards Sunday night dried their eyes after watching an emotional tribute to the late singer.
Mariah Carey started it off by sharing warm memories of her close friend, which left the singer in tears.
Monica then belted out an emotional rendition of Whitney's gospel tune I Love The Lord, followed by Brandy's rendition of I’m Your Baby Tonight and I Wanna Dance With Somebody.
The most heartbreaking part of the night was when Whitney's mother Cissy Houston performed Bridge Over Troubled Water, which left the entire house in tears, especially Soulja Boy, who just couldn't keep it in . We're right there with ya, buddy….
Watch stars give their last goodbyes to Whitney (above).
Yvette Wilson, who played the part of Andell Wilkerson in Moesha and in its spin-off The Parkers, passed away yesterday.
The actress had been diagnosed with stage four cervical cancer. Wilson was only 48-years-old. :(
Moesha co-star, Shar Jackson, lamented the loss of her friend via twitter, writing: