We're still reeling from Bill Paxton's untimely death.
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It's being reported the momma of two has moved on from her Rob & Chyna costar!
Hillary Clinton is speaking up!
The former presidential candidate has come out in support of the 2017 MAKERS Conference by making a video statement, her first since Donald Trump's inauguration.
"Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female. Just look at the amazing energy we saw last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world.
And remember, you are the heroes and history-makers, the glass ceiling breakers of the future. As I've said before, I'll say again — never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world."
It's so good to hear her say this! We still wish every day that she had won!
"We need strong women to step up and speak out. We need you to dare greatly and lead boldly," Clinton said. "So please, set an example for every woman and girl out there who's worried about what the future holds, and wonders whether our rights, our opportunities and our values will endure."
This year's conference will focus on violence against women, with the theme being Be Bold. It is taking place in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA from February 6-8.
Watch the full clip HERE!
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It's hard to keep control when you have needs! And a guitar…
Caroline Smith knows of those certain impulses all too well in her song Trying Not To Love You.
We've fallen head over heels for the former indie folk singer, who recently stopped by the studio to perform her song Half About Being A Woman.
And after the songstress came back for another live exclusive performance, we fell in love with her all over again!
Ch-ch-check out the sultry song (above)!
We are so into Zara Larsson!
The Swedish singer is primed to explode into an international pop star; she just needs one big hit…
Will So Good be the one?
With the help of Ty Dolla $ign, Zara performed the new track to an enrapt audience at The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Naturally she slayed, but will it be enough?
Ch-ch-check out the TV debut of So Good (above)!
This situation only gets messier and messier.
Most recently, the Tik Tok artist claimed he wasn't allowing her to release new music despite handing over twenty new songs!
In response, Luke has decided to claim to a New York judge that Kesha has actually failed to pay him over a million dollars in royalties. On Monday, his legal team, Christine Lepera and Jeffrey Movit, presented more details of their contract:
"Plaintiffs have paid Kesha her royalties for all relevant accounting periods, while Kesha baselessly refuses to pay Plaintiffs the much larger sums she owes them. In December 2016 alone, Defendant received payments under her contracts with Plaintiffs in excess of $650,000. In sharp contrast, Defendant admits that she owes Plaintiff KMI over $1.3 million in ancillary royalties that she has failed to pay."
While the 29-year-old isn't making new music, she did agree to pay his company, Kasz Money, 10 percent of her net receipts anytime someone uses her name or likeness. She also has to pay him "the greater of 10 percent of her net tour receipts or 5 percent of adjusted gross tour receipts".
And if you count her Coachella appearance last year, the singer apparently has yet to do so.
Luke's team also claims he has in no way interfered with Kesha recording new music: