Our hearts are breaking over this social media celeb split!
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together:
Pharrell must be so happy!
On Friday, the singer's rep confirmed to E! News that he and Helen Lasichanh are expecting their second child! OMG! So exciting!
A source also told the outlet that the precious parents have "been wanting another child for a while," and it looks like their wish came true!
This means the longtime loves' son, Rocket Man Williams, is officially being promoted to the role of big brother! Awww!
We're so happy for the cute couple, and can't wait to meet their new addition!
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This is The Voice!
While we had already seen two successful tryouts from last month's Olympic-sized preview — Team Alicia's Wé McDonald and Darby Walker for Team Miley — the official premiere saw 11 more hopefuls make their way to the blind audition round… but only nine of them survived.
Surprisingly, the debut only produced two four-chair turns (from 33-year-old Dave Moisan and 28-year-old Ali Caldwell)… but who else is already an early front-runner??
Ch-ch-check out our Top 5 performances from The Voice premiere (below)!!!
Between her career as an aspiring model, fashion designer, and singer — Sofia Richie has definitely got her own thing going on.
Talking with Billboard just before her PDA-filled Mexico getaway with the Cold Water singer (in an interview published today), Lionel Richie's daughter confessed:
A carpool a day keeps James Corden employed.
As you tech-savvy readers are probably aware, Apple made history on Wednesday by unveiling their most futuristic design yet… the iPhone 7!
Per usual, CEO Tim Cook led the keynote speech that alerted us to the fact that the company's newest mobile device will be water resistant with dual cameras and, most notably, NO headphone jack.
However, if you didn't catch Apple's entire presentation LIVE, then chances are you missed their iconic opening… which was none other than a Carpool Karaoke segment!!!
The man's got some pipes! Who knew?!
Ch-ch-check out James, Tim, and Pharrell's very special Carpool Karaoke (above)!!!
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Last week, it was reported that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke clapped back hard at that Blurred Lines lawsuit — appealing the verdict that they committed copyright infringement against Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up.
Throughout the drawn out court battle, the singers expressed the sentiment that paying homage to an earlier era and making a song reminiscent of a sound shouldn't fall under copyright infringement.
And it looks like a TON of musicians agree — because 212 artists, composers, and producers have filed a brief with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the bid by Williams, Thicke, and T.I. to overturn the decision.
Musicians from all corners of the industry have banded together to support the appeal, claiming that the Blurred Lines creators deserve victory on grounds that the court's ruling will set a precedent that will "stifle creativity" and "impede the creative process."
Among those who threw their names in the ring are the members of Train, Linkin Park, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Black Crowes, Fall Out Boy, as well as Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, Hall & Oates' John Oates, R. Kelly, Hans Zimmer, Jennifer Hudson, Jean Baptiste, Evan Bogart and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse).
The artist's brief, penned by entertainment attorney Ed McPherson, states:
While it's no surprise the duo appreciate their parental unit, they took their admiration one step further by naming Will and Jada as their "biggest role models".
Speaking to Pharrell, who graciously conducted the interview, Ms. Willow gushed:
"Growing up, all I saw was my parents trying to be the best people they could be, and people coming to them for wisdom, coming to them for guidance, and them not putting themselves on a pedestal, but literally being face-to-face with these people and saying, 'I'm no better than you, but the fact that you're coming to me to reach some sort of enlightenment or to shine a light on some- thing, that makes me feel love and gratitude for you.' They always give back what people give to them. And sometimes they keep giving and giving and giving. And some people don't feel like they need to give anything back because it's like, 'Oh, if you're famous, you can just keep giving, and it doesn't matter.' It's not just about money. It's not just about giving people gifts or whatever. What my parents have given to me is not anything that has to do with money or success or anything that society says people should be focusing on—it's something spiritual that only certain people can grasp and accept. And that's how I act and move in the world."
What kind words! Considering the Smiths have supported their kids in all their creative endeavors, we're not surprised they're held in such high esteem!
Jaden went on to add: