Poor 50 Cent!
Ch-ch-check out some video form his concert (below)!
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This could be huge for musicians everywhere!
Madonna just won a long-standing copyright infringement case brought against her back in 2012 regarding Vogue, her famous 1990 song — and it could mean good things for other artists around the industry!
A company called VMG Salsoul, LLC brought the initial lawsuit against Madge four years ago over the copyright of one of their songs called Love Break that was a hit in the early 1980s.
The company alleged that Shep Pettibone — one of Vogue's producers — used an unlicensed 'horn hit' from Love Break on the Madonna track, and that the horn sound should give them rights to Madonna's huge hit.
Here's the kicker: the 'horn hit' used in Madge's mega-song was exactly
Whether Rocco Ritchie wanted to be the center of attention or not, that's exactly what he got thanks to his parents, Madonna and Guy Ritchie's custody battle over the 15-year-old — but thankfully it seems like that might all be in the past!
The trouble all seemed to start when Rocco refused to return to the US and wanted to stay with his dad in London. Of course, the situation escalated to the point where the two parents decided to lawyer up to prepare for a custody battle.
Well it seems things continue to be fine and dandy for the Like a Prayer singer and her family as her teenager was
Now that the month is almost over, it's time to start thinking about what movies and shows we're getting — and losing — on Netflix!
Thankfully, we've got the list of everything both coming AND going on the popular streaming service in June — and there are DEFINITELY some goodies!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of movies coming and going on Netflix in June!
It's official: no one watches award shows anymore!
While the Billboard Music Awards were certainly the talk of the town on Sunday night, it doesn't look like the rest of the country was that interested in the industry — or at least not watching on TV.
Apparently, only 8.9 million people tuned in to watch the 3-hour-long event, giving ABC a measly 2.9 rating in the 18-39 demo — that's only slightly better than 2012's 7.4M/2.7!
However, the network was able to beat out NBC's The Carmichael Show, CBS' Undercover Boss, and FOX's animation domination to win the night… but still, we're not impressed.
Did U tune in for the BBMAs last night??
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Even if you're not her biggest fan, this is kind of harsh…
Queen Madge was joined onstage by Stevie Wonder to perform Nothing Compares 2 U and Purple Rain, and while the covers were quite beautiful, it seems as though a lot of the Internet was upset they weren't "Prince" enough.
However, things really took a dramatic turn shortly after the show, because the BET Awards straight up called Madonna out for doing a terrible job!
In fact, they promoted their very own Prince tribute while trashing the BBMAs on Twitter, posting:
He did win Celebrity Apprentice, so…