What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
[Image via Glynn County Detention Center.]
He may even be back on the show!
Harris pissed off the X Factor judge in '09 when he took the stage in the middle of a live performance by Jedward to make fun of the group.
In case you didn't see, he mocked them for their hairstyles by holding a pineapple up to his head. Ouch!
After that act, Cowell banned the 32-year-old and hasn't had him back since, but now a source has come forward and told The Sun that:
MTV is finally celebrating all of her work!
The R&B star will be presented with the honor at the award show on August 28 — where she's also up for multiple awards, including Best Female Video for Work and Best Male Video for her appearance in Calvin Harris' This Is What You Came For.
The coveted award, which was created in 1984 and named after the King of Pop in 1991, celebrates an artist's accomplishments in music, fashion, film, and philanthropy — all arts RiRi has certainly mastered.
In recent years, the Video Vanguard Award was handed to Justin Timberlake (2013), Beyoncé (2014), and Kanye West (2015) — who, last year, announced his 2020 candidacy for president in his long-winded acceptance
We have a feeling the Anti songstress' speech will be a lot more subdued than her predecessor, but you never know what will happen at the VMAs!
Ch-ch-check out RiRi's gracious tweet (below) and catch the VMAs August 28 at 9 p.m. EST on MTV!
Well, on Saturday, the All Hands On Deck singer opened up about her rumored relationship with Taylor Swift's ex and certainly clarified a few things. Hmm, go on.
While chatting with E! News, the 23-year-old dished:
America may have talent, but Howie's got jokes!
But just in case that fact slipped your mind, the 32-year-old was just honored with the Future Icon Award at Caesars Palace's 50th Anniversary Gala in Las Vegas over the weekend!
Before giving Calvin a chance to speak, the America's Got Talent host complimented the musician's suit, simply asking:
This is… not what we were expecting.
Sure — there's bound to be at least one song trashing the DJ when we eventually get her 1989 follow-up, but for now, Calvin's track Olé about the singer is all the musical insight into their failed romance that we're gonna get!
Unfortunately, the John Newman-sung music video FINALLY dropped on Friday… and there's barely any new T.Swift shade to be found!
While the lyrics still reference Taylor and Tom's relationship — Low Key = Loki — we were hoping the music video would be a little more heavy on the drama.
With that said, there's not a single blonde to be seen in a sea of brunettes… so at least that's something!
Ch-ch-check out Calvin Harris and John Newman's Olé music video (below)!!!
"Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris? That was us. We were that for a moment, so to feel so different now, it's like, 'Wow.' We were so famous, and now we're so not. To see both sides of it is really eye-opening."
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How do we know this? Well, on Wednesday evening, the twosome were spotted enjoying a date night at the Hillstone restaurant in Santa Monica, CA.
This evening out on the town comes after the duo were briefly separated this past weekend as the Thor villain was busy promoting his latest flick Kong: Skull Island at a panel at Comic-Con. Aww!
One source dished to People: