So, what the heck is going on?! Is there trouble in paradise?!
Hold on, Perezcious readers!
The reality star didn't only delete pictures of his fiancée... he also deleted ALL of his pictures, except this old photo (below):
[Image via Instagram.]
That'll show him!
In an interview with The Sun, Tony Visconti criticized the music industry for using autotune and other computer programs to edit, fix, and perfect pop stars' voices so that they sound flawless — and almost fake — on their records.
And in his effort to shade the overproduced sound, the 72-year-old called out Miz Adkins, saying:
You turn the radio on and it's fluff, you are listening to 90% computerised voices. We know Adele has a great voice but it's even questionable if that is actually her voice or how much has been manipulated. We don't know. There's a sound to pop now that is so perfect it's boring, because everything is fixed."
Whoaaaaaa. This is the QUEEN, you're talking about here!
Well, her royal highness AH-mazingly responded to Mr. Visconti's comments during a recent concert, exclaiming to the audience:
This is definitely one of the most emotional parts of any award show. And the In Memoriam at the 2016 Tony Awards was no difference.
The Tonys took some time to remember the ones we lost this last year with a touching tribute that involved the song Seasons of Love from Rent.
Stars like Alan Rickman, David Bowie, Patty Duke, and many more were all honored with this moving moment.
The Tonys certainly delivered something we'll all remember, just like we'll always remember these larger than life men and women.
Watch the In Memoriam (above).
The photo shows the supermodel laughing on the beach alongside her musician husband with a message that reads:
"The best thing about me is you."
All the feels!
Ch-ch-check out the sweet picture (below):
It's obvious David Bowie and his son Duncan Jones shared an incredible bond.
In an interview with E! News, Duncan spoke about spending his last moments with David before his sad passing from cancer on January 11. Jones shared the touching yet heartbreaking info while promoting his self-directed movie Warcraft which is due out in June.
Speaking candidly on the topic of his dad's death, D.J. expressed a great pain that Bowie won't be around to see his first grandchild who is also due in June. Despite the regret, however, the film buff revealed he was able to share some happy baby news with the icon around the holidays.
According to the director, he and his wife had the sex of their unborn child written down on a piece of paper which they then gave to D.B.. on Christmas. David revealed the gender to the excited parents which is a moment Duncan and his partner will treasure forever.
The 44-year-old went on to add that he and his family were able to give their last goodbyes to the beloved musician before his death. Even though the public and some of Bowie's close friends weren't aware of his condition, his dearest loved ones always knew about his illness and they supported him until the very end.
Aww. It's very comforting to know Dunc was able to connect with the creative before he departed this world.
You can watch Mr. Jones' full interview (below)! to find out what gift he treasures most from his poppa.
While Sinead O'Connor has reappeared online, that doesn't mean her behavior is any less erratic.
On Monday, the Nothing Compares 2 U singer took to Facebook to once again call out her son Jake for not taking custody of his brother Shane via an angry letter addressed to Jake's father John Reynolds. To make matters worse, in her latest letter, the controversial celeb opened up about her suicidal tendencies and blamed her father, ex, and son for causing the demise of her mental health.
Yikes. She posted:
Throughout her long career, Pink has never been one to bite her tongue — even if it meant calling out a music legend!
During a radio interview with Nova FM's Fitzy & Wippa on Thursday morning, the Just Like Fire songstress spoke out on the tragic passing of Prince — and remembered calling him a "rude f*ck" at the beginning of her career!
When asked if she had ever crossed paths with the Purple Rain singer, she admitted:
But as close as they were, the funnyman is now admitting he was totally caught off-guard to learn the late legend had passed away.
The comedian told BBC's Radio 5 Live that he had no idea the rocker was sick, explaining that they had talked two weeks before the musician lost his battle with cancer:
"[His death] was a total surprise. I was emailing him two weeks before, so he must have known. He kept it from everyone."
In the year leading up to his death, the artist had discussed his diagnosis with very few people, including his producer and band members.
The Office alum applauded the star's decision to keep his sickness a secret, adding: