Poor 50 Cent!
Ch-ch-check out some video form his concert (below)!
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The passing of a legend.
Bill Cunningham, a street-style photographer for the New York Times who memorialized so many trends and fashion movements over the years, has died. He was 87 years old.
He had been hospitalized recently, and had suffered a stroke prior to his death.
Cunningham, pictured above in the 1970s, worked for the Times for nearly 40 years as a photographer. He meticulously
Not a bad way to spend a Friday night!
The four surviving brothers of the Jackson 5 performed last night at the San Diego County Fair, ironically almost seven years to the day after Michael Jackson passed away.
The legend passed on June 25, 2009, and bros Jermaine, Tito, Jackie, and Marlon decided to pay an incredible, fun tribute to him with hits including Wanna Be Startin' Something and ABC.
Social media users captured the moments on Instagram and elsewhere — ch-ch-check it all out (below)!
Well, all good things must come to an end.
The 68-year-old crooner — who is currently pursuing a country music career, too — spoke to the radio host about the band's 46-year long career and the thoughts behind wrapping things up next year, saying:
Our teenage selves are going CRAZY!
While Miz Duff released her fifth album Breathe In. Breathe Out. last year, the Mean Girls star hasn't put out any new tunes since 2005. What gives, Linds?!
Well, that's all about to change because both divas are heading back to the studio!
On Wednesday, Miz Lohan did an interview with singer Alex Simpson where she reveals she (contractually) has to put out another album!
The sexy redhead said
Will Smith used to be the biggest movie star on the planet.
But now that he's on the other side of it, he thinks that may actually have been a mistake!
Speaking to the audience at a Cannes Lion session on Tuesday, the Suicide Squad star got very candid on how he feels about choosing to star in movies based on money rather than art.
And Wild Wild West is the sterling example of that period in his career. He explained:
It seems like we've been waiting FOREVER for another sequel to Blake Lively's Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants — and though it's not a whole lot of promise, the blonde beauty just gave us a glimmer of hope!
Three years later we even got a sequel.
Well now that it's been eight years since the followup and we're still waiting for a third flick after being teased, Blake told SiriusXM's Entertainment Weekly Radio on Tuesday that "it would have to be something that really made sense", adding:
"We wouldn't be making a movie for 16-year-olds again. We would be making a movie trusting that our audience grew up with us. I think that would be really interesting to explore."
Ch-ch-check out a snippet from Lively's full interview (below) to hear her talk about making another SotTP sequel!
He is the one who… um, floats?
The Breaking Bad star will be playing Zordon, the being who trains the Rangers — and who, you may remember, is just a giant floating head in a big tube.
Srsly, WTF is going on with this casting? Could this movie actually be… good?? Or will Bryan just do whatever it takes to provide for his family..? He tweeted: