Kanye West never disappoints when it comes to special occasions.
Well, you have to admit Yeezy slays when it comes to lavishing his wife with affection!
Check out the beautiful tweet (below)!
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Now, the rapper is taking on corrupt pharmaceutical companies with a poignant new song Drug Dealer!
Ahead of his MTV special with Barack Obama, Prescription for Change: Ending America's Opioid Crisis, the 33-year-old dropped the new track that warns against the dangers of prescription drug use.
In the song featuring Ariana DeBoo and (of course) producer Ryan Lewis, Macklemore calls out big pharma companies for contributing to America's opioid crisis.
Take a listen to the haunting track (below) to find out why doctors are the real drug dealers!
The award show just announced their list of nominees, including a record-breaking rapper!
What's just as exciting is the Hotline Bling artist's lady love earned the second most nominations with seven! Sure, we expected all the big players like Adele, Justin Bieber, Beyoncé, and The Weeknd to get nominated — especially for Artist of the Year — but we had NO IDEA how many nods Drizzy and RiRi would land!
Ch-ch-check out the FULL list of nominations (below) and let us know who you want to win this year at the AMAs!
Paris Jackson found her way home.
Taking to Instagram, the 18-year-old posted a photo of her childhood home (above) with the caption:
"felt so good to be home even for a little bit."
The tattooed beauty made the trip with her boyfriend Michael Snoddy, after the two enjoyed a romantic vacation together.
Miz Jackson even took some time to play with (and name) the estate's animals:
What a night!
This season of Dancing With The Stars has already been wildly entertaining, and last night the show kicked it up a notch with some Cirque du Soleil-inspired performances — not to mention Laurie Hernandez earned the FIRST perfect score of the season!
Hernandez and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, were easily the highlight of the night as they danced jazz to The Way You Make Me Feel by Michael Jackson from the Cirque show MJ One and were absolutely on point! Unsurprisingly, their score reflected their flawless number as they snagged the first 30 this year!
Of course there were plenty of other incredible performances throughout the night from Ryan Lochte, Vanilla Ice, and several others, but the other big moment came when Amber Rose apologized to Julianne Hough for their recent misunderstanding over body shaming.
Amber addressed the little tiff following her performance saying:
They're never gonna be able to beat this!
When Spike first ordered Lip Sync Battle way back in 2015, they probably never expected for the musical game show to become its highest-rated program.
That's right — The host and color commentator went all out for a spot-on recreation of Michael's iconic Beat It music video on Thursday ahead of next month's premiere.
But Chrissy and LL aren't in this alone… they've brought along an all-star crew — including Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox, Don Cheadle, John Cho, Jeff Dye, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson, Regina Hall, Sarah Hyland, DeAndre Jordan, Milla Jovovich, Ben Kingsley, Jay Leno, TJ Miller, Lupita Nyong'o, Rob Riggle, Ruby Rose, Wanda Sykes, and Samira Wiley… just to name a few.
You just never know who'll stop by!
Ch-ch-check out the first promo for LSB Season 3 before it premieres Wednesday, October 12 at 9 p.m. EST on Spike (below)!!!
On Tuesday's episode of The Dr. Oz Show, the Goonies alum opens up about how the child sex abuse allegations against the now-late legend put a serious strange on their unlikely bond.
The 45-year-old, who was a victim of child molestation himself, tells Dr. Oz that the Michael became anxious the actor would turn against him.