There are always two sides to every story.
"just decided, 'I'm done.'"
Kris continues to claim she was somewhat in the dark about Caitlyn's desire to change.
So, while some people thought they skipped the red carpet entirely, they just waited until the very last minute and all eyes were on them!
Glittering next to her handsome hubs, Bey was definitely the queen of the night!
We can't get enough of these two, even if they are super sneaky!
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The singer avoided the red carpet entirely, posting pics of her ensem for her Beyhive on Instagram.
Bey's gown speaks for itself, and frankly we're speechless over it! The sheer! The jewels! She looks like a Britney Spears video had a glittering baby with a, well, Beyoncé video!
We love this so much that we're just going to give it a moment of silence and be in awe!
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Jay Z is pulling out all the stops to keep Tidal afloat!
Earlier this week, the Holy Grail rapper defended the slow start of his new streaming service in a Twitter rant, reminding us that iTunes wasn't built in a day.
Now, the music mogul announced plans for a "b-sides" concert, featuring songs that haven't been performed in a decade — or ever!
The catch? You have to sign up for Tidal to see it, of course!
The concert, set for May 13 at an "intimate New York City venue," will be live-streamed on Tidal's website for subscribers to see.
Fans can also win tickets to the concert by creating a playlist on Tidal and sharing it on Twitter with hashtag #TIDALXJAYZ!
The winners will be chosen based on the diversity of artists and genres as well as the quality of sequencing — so brush off those mixtaping skills, y'all!
Are U excited enough for Jay's Tidal-only concert to sign up?
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That changed on Sunday afternoon after the Holy Grail rapper prepared the Twitterverse for a "stream of consciousness coming," counting down to an inevitable Twitter rant of #TidalFacts.
Even without the hashtag, it's obvious why the music mogul is speaking out for his company Tidal. The rapper's streaming service is getting washed over by waves of criticism from regular users to fellow artists.
After all the negative press, Tidal has plummeted out of the Top 500 most-downloaded apps, while competitors Pandora and Spotify are at an all time high.
So, the rapper took to the interwebs to remind everyone that Rome (aka iTunes) wasn't built in a day, and he's in it for the long haul!
Ch-ch-check out Jay's defense in the Twitter rant (below):
Parents will do anything to protect their baby.
This week, it's been reported the power couple's album is still underway. And it will be exclusively available on — you guessed it — Tidal!
Fuse host DJ Skee reported on Wednesday that Jay and Bey's record is nearly done and will "be released exclusively" on Jay's streaming service, which promises to be a better royalty deal for artists.
This highly anticipated album might just be what Tidal needs to give it an extra wind, as the company has sunk down out of the US iPhone top 700 download chart since its debut in March!
This joint project with his wife will mark Jay's fifth collaboration album, the most recent being 2011's Watch The Throne with bestie Kanye West — who, by the way, has recently deleted all of his social media support of Tidal. Inneresting…
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