All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
[Image via Splash News.]
It was SUCH an intense night at the Grammys!
Sam Smith practically walked away with all of the Grammys he was nominated for — maybe they should've named this year's show Sam Smith's Grammys and everyone else who was nominated.
Totally kidding, but the Stay With Me singer is now up there with all of the greatest artists who took home all of the awards!
Congrats to all of the winners and those who were nominated!
Ch-ch-check out the complete winners list from the Grammys (below)!!
If you haven't had enough Eminem lately, don't worry because he's apparently not going anywhere for awhile!
The rapper hooked up with fellow musical artists Royce da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf, and Trick Trick for the Detroit Vs. Everybody video.
The song came out last year, as a part of the Shady XV album, and it was a 16-minute remix! This version is only 6 minutes, but that's not to say there won't be a longer one coming soon!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and see what you think is coming next!
This is just so sad.
Gage Garmo, the terminally ill teen whose dream was to meet Eminem, lost his battle with cancer one day after his dream came true.
On Sunday, Eminem visited the 17-year-old in his Michigan home, where they chatted about Gage's two loves: hip-hop and football. Their meeting was arranged via The Rainbow Connection, a charity which grants terminally ill children their wishes.
On Monday, Gage passed away from Osteoarcoma, an aggressive bone cancer.
Rainbow Connection's Ingrid Todt said Gage's spirits were raised when the rapper arrived:
"Gage sat up with a grin on his face. His family hadn't seen their son do that in such a long time."
Before his death, Gage also met with members of the Detroit Lions, his favorite NFL team, including Eric Ebron and Reggie Bush.
Our thanks to Eminem for his act of kindness, and our condolences to Gage's family and friends.
Under that hard shell is actually a sweet guy — no pun intended!
Eminem is pretty much known for being a grumpy guy, but this act of kindness will totally make you think otherwise!
On Sunday evening when the whole world gathered ’round to watch the Golden Globes, the Lose Yourself rapper went to visit a terminally ill fan.
The fan, Gage Garmo was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, which is a rare form of bone cancer, was told he only has one week to live.
So, a few days ago, the 17-year-old's friends and family went to work to try and make his last days memorable. They started a hashtag, #GetGageGarmoToMeetEminem, to get Slim Shady's attention and it totally worked!
Insiders said the rapper arranged for a home visit and made it clear he didn't want the visit to become a media show.
Eminem arrived at Gage's home around 5 p.m. and spent about an hour talking and just hanging out!
How sweet of him to take time out of his schedule to hang out with his fan!
Who knew the rapper was so kind??
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
8 Mile? More like 8 million dollars!
According to an MC named Raymond Jones from the group Hotstylz, Eminem allegedly sampled his ditty Lookin Boy without receiving permission, and now he's suing Marshall Mathers and his record label for $8 million.
According to Raymond, Rap God allegedly contains a 25-second sample of his in the middle of the track.
Upon listening, you might think the two songs do sound eerily similar.
Eminem has yet to respond to these accusations in the form of some epic flow, or a lawsuit of his own!
What do you think? Listen to the songs below and let us know whether you think the two are similar beyond coincidence!
So far, they've made multiple surprise visits at movie theaters screening it, but obvi they can't go to all of them!
That's why there's Twitter!
The duo, along with director Evan Goldberg, decided to watch the flick and live tweet it with their fans on Sunday.
Franco was late to the party, but thankfully we got tons of interesting nuggets from Rogen!
But be warned… they are literally ALL spoilers!
So, here's what we learned from their live tweets:
If standing up to terrorist-like threats isn't enough to get you to see The Interview, maybe this new clip will change your mind.
Thankfully, Sony didn't bow down to the hackers and they've released The Interview digitally and in certain movie theaters!
And this is one of the best reasons!
In this hilarious clip from the film, Franco's character Dave Skylark is interviewing rapper Eminem.
During the interview, Eminem casually comes out