Dang. Is Kanye West trying to start a new trend??
Guess he was just too busy to realize something was on his face??
Anyway, we came up with a few guesses:
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All that work for nothing!
But apparently, someone forgot to tell Drizzy himself!
Shortly after the ad, the Hotline Bling rapper took to Twitter to crush everyone's dreams confirming that he will NOT be performing at Monday's ceremony, saying:
Boy can sing!
Pillowtalk and Work may not seem like they have many similarities on the surface, but thankfully musician Payson Lewis heard something in the songs and decided to make a mashup.
And we sure are glad he did!
His cover really elevates RiRi and Drake's duet while giving some deeper emotion to Zayn's lyrics.
We heart the iHeartRadio Music Awards!
Unlike traditional ceremonies that honor music's best artists for their work, this show is all about "fan-fueled" entertainment.
Sure, the show has standard categories like Song of the Year and Artist of the Year, but fans can also vote for select categories socially — like Best Fan Army and Most Meme-able Moment! How fun!
If that doesn't sell you, the first scheduled performers for the third annual award show were announced on Tuesday, and they are none other Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor — who are both nominated, along with Taylor Swift, Adele, Sam Smith, and The Weeknd, to name a few!
Check out the full list of nominees and find out who wins when the iHeartRadio Music Awards air April 3 on TBS, TNT, and truTV (below)!!!
The Super Bowl isn't just a football game — it's the biggest business opportunity of the year!
Leading up to the big game yesterday, several companies gave us an early look at their commercials starring some of Hollywood's hottest celebs.
Don't get us wrong, there were plenty of great early ads that dropped including — Drake's Hotline Bling spot for T-Mobile, a town of Ryan Reynolds promoting Hyundai, Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen's Bud Light campaign, Helen Mirren's call out of drunk drivers, and of course Willem Dafoe dressed as Marilyn Monroe.
But there were TONS of other commercials that waited until the big game to debut, like Kevin Hart acting like an over protective dad for Hyundai, or Steven Tyler's trippy spot for Skittles. And let's not forget the Hulk or the little intestine man who captured the world's attention!
Ch-ch-check out ALL of the best Super Bowl commercials (below) and let us know what your favorite is!
While Mileybird did her best to put the feud behind her, the Anaconda rapper apparently isn't done yet!
In a remix of Yo Gotti's Down In the DM, she calls out the former child star, rapping:
"I said, ‘Miley what's good?'
I said, ‘Could you pay my bills like O'Reilly? What's good?"
But the Party in the USA singer isn't the only person the 33-year-old rapper attacks!
We just KNEW this was going to get roasted in a Super Bowl commercial!
The Canadian superstar and the wireless carrier debuted a new TV commercial spoofing Hotline Bling with a set of cell phone lawyers trying to, um, improve Drake's lyrics.
Ch-ch-check it out (above) for some funny stuff!!! It's the best time of year for commercials, after all.
Oh! And T-Mobile says this commercial coincides with "a social media event" that will go down on Wednesday.
The football game itself goes down on Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. EST — and we can't wait to see ALL the great commercials!!!
The 50 Cent and Meek Mill feud drags on!
As we've told you, the rappers got into it after Nicki Minaj's man made some not so subtle digs at Fiddy on his latest track Gave ‘Em Hope. The In Da Club performer responded by trashing the Philly native on Instagram.
Just when we thought the dust had settled, 50 came back swinging at his concert over the weekend — and his crowd was even chanting "f*ck Meek Mill" several times throughout the night!
The platinum recording artist didn't let his audience do all the talking for him. The 40-year-old jabbed:
"From now on, no more competition with n—-s that didn't sell over one million records."