While chatting with George Stephanopoulos via satellite in Cambodia, the mother-of-six noted:
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Gotta honor the best!
We're just over two months away from the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, but the list of nominees is phenomenal!
Unsurprisingly, Bey leads the field with NINE nominations for Lemonade including Album of the Year and Song of the Year! The Queen's nine nods bring her career total to 62 making her the MOST-nominated female artist in Grammy history! If Jay Z's wife is able to win eight of the categories, she'll have 28 total awards and surpass country star Alison Krauss as the winningest female!
Ch-ch-check out all the nominees (below) and let us know who you think should win album of the year!
UPDATE 1:18 P.M. EST: TMZ reports the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has now taken over the case as it has the most sophisticated cyber-crime unit in the country, and Leslie supposedly has history with the Department stemming from a previous catfishing investigation. Some sources say the current hacker may be connected to a group in Japan.
Who ya gonna call? The FBI!
On Thursday, it was revealed that the FBI will be handling Leslie Jones' hacking case after hackers violated her private information by breaking into the actress' iCloud and cell phone. To make matters worse, the cyber stalker then posted nude photos of the 48-year-old on her website. Oof!
According to TMZ, federal agents are currently pulling together a strategy to track down the person (or people) who are responsible for violating the Ghostbusters star's privacy. Currently, it's unknown if the FBI's west coast or east coast offices are heading the case as the Saturday Night Live vet lives in both NYC and El Lay.
Don't fret though, as it's said this hunt is specifically a FBI investigation as neither the NYPD or LAPD have open cases about the hacking. We honestly feel so bad for Miz Jones, especially since this isn't the first time the funny lady's been targeted online.
Be sure to take a look at their reactions for yourself (below)!
In times of tragedy people often come together to try and help in anyway they can.
Well after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history took place just over a week ago, some of the biggest names in Broadway came together to record a cover of the 1965 hit What the World Needs Now Is Love to raise funds for the LGBT Center of Central Florida. As we previously reported, the A-list group — including Sara Bareilles, Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, and many more — recorded the song on June 15 at the Avatar Studios in NYC.
We're happy to report that the music video for this inspirational song dropped on Monday! Bless.
Other soloists include Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Matthew Broderick, Sutton Foster, and countless others. Not to mention, many of the talented artists involved with this song will perform the number on Maya & Marty at 10/9c on NBC. LOVES it!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the powerful performance for yourself (above)! Don't forget you can purchase the song at BroadwayRecords.com for $1.99 and the track will also be available on iTunes.
Oh, what a night!
As you surely know, Sunday evening was the biggest night in musical theater as the Tony Awards aired on CBS. And boy, they certainly didn't disappoint!
While Hamilton lived up to expectations by SLAYING their performance and winning several awards, there were plenty of other memorable musical moments that didn't have ANYTHING to do with the Broadway phenomenon. Hey, it's not called the Hamil-tonys. LOLz!
We mean, James Corden's opening number alone was sheer perfection! Be sure to ch-ch-check out the rest of the stellar performances from this year's Tonys (below).
This is so cool!
A live-action performance of The Little Mermaid descended upon El Lay and took over the Hollywood Bowl this weekend, and it looks SO fun!
Don't believe us?
Ch-ch-check out the highlights (below) and see for yourself!!