Beyoncé just stopped the show before it began!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing opening performance (above)!
Ivanka Trump's ex-boyfriend Bingo Gubelmann (left) and Maroon 5's bassist Mickey Madden (right) have both taken plea deals after being busted for possession of cocaine in NYC back in January.
A little background: Ivanka and Gubelmann reportedly split in 2005 after a nearly four-year relationship. Madden has been a member of the Adam Levine-fronted band since 1994.
Anyway, authorities reportedly caught Madden passing a vial of cocaine to Bingo outside of St. Dymphna's bar at around 1:30 p.m. on January 21st. They were both arrested, charged with possession of a controlled substance, and quietly issued desk appearance tickets that morning.
According to New York Daily News, the 37-year-old musician's lawyer Joe Tacopina placed blame on Bingo saying:
"(Madden) was purely innocent. He didn't possess any narcotics. The individual he was with did but he didn't."
Adding that his client's case will be expunged and cleared from the record in six months:
Celine Dion has faced quite a bit of tragedy this year.
As you may recall, The Power of Love singer lost both her husband René Angélil and her brother Daniel Dion to cancer within a matter of days back in January. How sad!
While the course of these events were absolutely heartbreaking, Miz Dion has since realized the timing of these deaths eventually benefited her family. Huh?
The Grammy winner explained:
Classic, Mariah Carey
On Tuesday, the We Belong Together singer made her epic return to Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live and spilled all kinds of tea. LOVES it!
The pop diva not only showed up late for her talk show appearance, but she also dished about how she REALLY doesn't know Jennifer Lopez AND made her feelings about Nicki Minaj PERFECTLY clear during a round of Plead The Fifth. LOLz!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out all of the HIGHlights from the A-lister's appearance on WWHL (below)!
The music world has lost another legend as Grammy award-winning musician Emilio Navaira passed away Monday night at the age of 53.
Navaira was best known as the king of Tejano music — a Texan-Mexican style — and sang alongside Selena several times before she was shot and killed in Corpus Christi, Texas back in 1995. After the songstress' death, Emilio became of face of the genre.
Reportedly, Emilio's family members found him unconscious and called 911. Unfortunately, it was too late as doctors later pronounced him dead. Though there hasn't been an autopsy yet, it's believed that the singer suffered a heart attack.
Several years ago, Navaira talked a bit about about his transition from primarily a Latin audience to trying to break into the English speaking scene saying:
Well, that's one way to end a number!
After showing off some serious moves for the gig on the late night show, the No singer took a pretty nasty fall JUST as her song was wrapping up. SO CLOSE!
Still, Jimmy being the ever supportive chat show host joined the Grammy winner on the ground as the two laughed about the tumble. We're just glad Miz Trainor didn't hurt herself!
Regardless, it appears that the hitmaker is laughing about the whole situation as she dished on Instagram:
"Might have fell down… but I KILLLED that shIt hahaha #keepinitreal 💯 thank you @fallontonight for having me❤#metoo"
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious face plant for yourself around the 3:40 mark (below)!
Her voice is made for singin', and that's just what she'll do!
While Jessica Simpson has been keeping busy with building a fashion empire and raising kids, she hasn't released any music since her 2010 Christmas album Happy Christmas.
But that's all about to change!
On Wednesday, the Public Affair singer posted multiple black and white photos of herself in the recording studio, teasing fans they could expect new music! AH-Mazing!
One of the Instagram posts (above) featured legendary songwriter Linda Perry chilling in the studio with Jess — so, we're taking that to mean the pop star is about to cook up a real Grammy-winner for her big music return!
Will the new music be country? Radio pop? EDM? Only time will tell!
For now, ch-ch-check out the 35-year-old's post (below) to get excited!
It's been weeks since news broke of Prince's untimely death, but only now are his close friends opening up about his painkiller addiction.
It's been said that Prince's abuse of opioids may've been the result of his chronic hip pain that hindered his physical activity levels. One of the Raspberry Beret artist's old collaborators named Sky Dangcil theorized the Grammy winner "took the pills to keep the show going."
Oh no! Apparently, when Prince couldn't deal with his pain any longer he would reportedly travel to his estate in Turks and Caicos in order to "rest his hips." As you may know, Sky was both a DJ and a violinist for the Minnesota native between 2000 and 2007.
The musician added: