Forget politics, Malia Obama is gearing up for a future in the entertainment industry following her stint as one of the First Kids. Get it, girl!
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Loving this look on Kylie Jenner — and it was so good, she rocked it twice!
Celebrating Aguilera's birthday (she'll be 36 next Sunday), the KUWTK star let loose with her incredible costume — and even got a kiss from Christina herself during the party!
Ch-ch-check out ALL the highlights of the little shindig from last night (below)!!!
Seeing as how The Voice has been on for 11 seasons, it's no surprise that they change up their famous coaches.
It helps keep the show fresh AND gives the artists a break to work on their music.
Now that we know the lineup of coaches for next season though, we thought we'd look back at ALL the incredible celeb judges over the years — and pick a favorite of course!
Though Adam Levine and Blake Shelton have been around since the beginning, other incredible judges/coaches have proved themselves to be JUST as good — like this season's newcomer Alicia Keys! And let's not forget the QUEEN of the singing show either, Christina Aguilera!
Now it's YOUR turn to hit the button for your favorite!
Ch-ch-check out all the coaches The Voice has had over the years and rank for your faves (below)!
But it's Tyga that is making us do a double-take — because his costume is… what, again???
Miz Jenner went to the spooky bash as Christina Aguilera — more specifically, as 'XTina,' Aguilera's pop alter ego from the '90s — inspired by the singer's Dirrty vid in a SUPER hot costume!!
But by her side, Tyga — a rapper — went to the party dressed up as Juelz Santana… a rapper.
If you're a rapper, you can't go to a costume party as another rapper! That's too easy!! Unless maybe this is Tyga's way of seeing what it feels like to be a successful rapper?! Ha!!!
KJ was on point, though — and we are loving the dance she did to be just like XTina even a little more (below)!!!
The Purple One may be gone, but his legacy continues to live on.
On Thursday, the singers took the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to duet on Prince's I Feel for You. The duo then performed the late singer's hit 1999, getting the sold-out audience partying like it was, well… 1999.
The celebration also included a message from President Obama, who kicked off the event in a video message praising the music icon, saying:
"Thank you, Prince … for all the great work that you've done. You'll be in our hearts forever."
Ch-ch-check out some fan footage of the show (below)!
This is The Voice!
While we had already seen two successful tryouts from last month's Olympic-sized preview — Team Alicia's Wé McDonald and Darby Walker for Team Miley — the official premiere saw 11 more hopefuls make their way to the blind audition round… but only nine of them survived.
Surprisingly, the debut only produced two four-chair turns (from 33-year-old Dave Moisan and 28-year-old Ali Caldwell)… but who else is already an early front-runner??
Ch-ch-check out our Top 5 performances from The Voice premiere (below)!!!
Everyone is looking forward to honoring Prince's memory.
On Monday, tickets went on sale for the star-studded tribute concert remembering the late legend, and they sold out immediately.
According to the StarTribune, some fans who logged on right at 10 a.m. — when tickets became available on Ticketmaster — were greeted with this message:
"No tickets but keep trying. Other fans may have reserved and released seats!"
We can't say we're surprised how quickly the October 13 show sold out, considering the lineup includes Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan, John Mayer, Tori Kelly, Anita Baker, Doug E. Fresh, Luke James, Bilal, Mint Condition, Morris Day and the Time, Judith Hill, and Liv Warfield.
On Ticketmaster, prices ranged from $19.99 to $152.50, and already ticket holders are trying to flip their passes on sites like Stubhub and SeatGeek for a pretty steep profit.
The stars will take the stage at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota next month to honor the iconic artist.
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