Oh hey there, Rob Kardashian!
Times are a-changin', Perezcious readers!
From this sighting and Snapchat, it seems the two are quite the inseparable pair these days!
If you've followed Rob's journey, you know
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The acting nominees for this year's Oscars may be exclusively Caucasian, but at least the list of presenters has some variety!
After igniting an industry-wide discussion on Hollywood's lack of diversity, the Academy announced the first batch of presenters set to hand out trophies at the prestigious awards show on Thursday!
And unlike the "lily white" nominees, the group of stars scheduled to appear throughout the night are of different races, genders, and even ages!
Producers of the show commented on their own inclusive announcement in a statement, saying:
This is just so sad.
The music icon's family confirmed the heartbreaking news in a statement on Sunday and we almost still can't believe it. It's hard to imagine that it was just days ago that the Space Oddity singer was celebrating his birthday and dropping his 25th and final studio album Blackstar.
David's loss is most certainly felt worldwide. In fact, we're not the only ones to think that as many of Hollywood's A-listers took to Twitter to pay tribute to the Grammy winner — including Madonna, Kanye West, Ricky Gervais, Cher, and many more.
Check out their responses (below):
We can't say we're surprised!
But the contestant and his mentor took a back seat to another singer who appeared on the show last night — Justin Bieber!
The 21-year-old stopped by the show to sing his hit song Sorry, and he had nothing to apologize for — he absolutely killed it!
JB started the song off on a slow note playing the piano before the beat picked up and the backup dancers came out to play.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing performances (below) and let us know what your favorite moment was!
Let's just admit it and move on, right?
Well, in a new interview with all four coaches on The Voice, Today's Natalie Morales of course was obligated to inquire about the musicians off-camera relationship. When met with silence from Shefani, Pharrell and Adam Levine stepped in to come to the shy lovebirds' rescue.
Here's how it went down.
The country crooner and the No Doubt frontwoman are both recently divorced and have been a huge source of support for each other, on and off the stage of their hit NBC show. The Sangria singer told ET:
"I'm thankful for Gwen for tons of reasons, but mostly because she makes us all look a whole lot better on this show."
Before Gwennie took the stage to sing her emotional hit Used To Love You, Blake hyped up her performance:
Taking it to the street!
Sesame Street will return for its 46th season – its first season straight to HBO — on January 16, 2016!
The brand new 30-minute format will feature new segments, cast members, opening numbers, and even a brand new set from that which Sesame Street fans have been accustomed!
These mark some of the boldest changes to the show in years!
But the preschool classic will continue to bring the biggest stars — Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, Nick Jonas, Sara Bareilles, Alan Cumming, Fifth Harmony, Gina Rodriguez, and Ne-Yo will all be making guest appearances this season!
The show is also adding a new character — Nina, a
She's back and better than ever!
Missy Elliott may have been the reigning queen of rap back in the early '00s, but for a little while there, we were scared we'd seen the last of the Lose Control lyricist.
In a recent interview with i-D Magazine, Missy attributed her NFL performance entirely to KP, saying: