Here we go!
Ch-ch-check out all the tweets (below):
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Now, the entertainment company is firing back with a counter suit asking for $2.3 million in damages due to the British singer breaching her five-album contract.
The cross-complaint filed on Friday in California Superior Court says the company has "tirelessly promoted" the British beauty's career — spending millions of dollars to record and promote her 2012 album Ora.
Roc Nation is asking for that money back PLUS the damages for the four albums that weren't delivered.
However, it looks like things might not get too messy as Ora's attorney, Howard King, says there is settlement in the works being arranged privately between his client and the company.
According to King, Jay Z even called Miz Ora personally to say everything was cool and she would be released from her contract:
"We're in the process of finalizing those details. [Jay Z] could not have been more gracious. It was just a little twist, because Jay Z, we are told, has to answer to Sony Music, so that's been the hangup in having this go away. But we're confident that Jay can resolve whatever he has to with Sony Music."
So it sounds like the counter suit was just Sony protecting itself, but now they can move forward with deciding on a resolution.
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So it's no surprise the Disney darling is weighing in on this year's #OscarsSoWhite controversy, noting the lack of minority representation in this year's nominees "feels like a step backwards."
Echoing the remarks of dozens of celebrities, the 19-year-old expressed her disappointment in the movie biz at the launch of her shoe collection Daya By Zendaya.
Zendaya spoke to People at her launch — which was planned by celebrity event planner David Tutera and will be featured on an upcoming episode of WEtv's David Tutera's CELEBrations this Spring — saying:
Excuse us, FIVE new covers!!
The pro soccer star slash model posed for the mag's British edition, giving them all the smolder for their March issue.
Though the hottest of them all, by FAR, is Beckham's sexy topless version (above)!
We'd love to get a glimpse of the accompanying spread, but we'll just have to obsess over his four other front pages in the meantime. Ch-ch-check them out in the gallery (above)!
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When Kanye West changed the name of his upcoming album from Swish to Waves, we thought that was pretty last minute.
But are we in for one more hip hop title flip flop?
It looks like not all tattoos have to be permanent!
On Monday, Blac Chyna went to a laser treatment specialist, and it looks like she was getting Future's name removed from her hand!
Well, according to her Snapchat, it looks like the 27-year-old is saying so long to THAT mistake! The video vixen posted a pic of what her hand looks like now! Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
It's the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood issue!
And we're proud to report that it's a little more diverse than previous years.
The issue is known for almost always relegating actors of color into the foldout cover so they don't appear on the actual front page, but this time Viola Davis gets to share it with Jennifer Lawrence, Jane Fonda, and Cate Blanchett.
Progress, we guess.
There are also gorgeous individual portraits of all the women shot by Annie Leibovitz, which you can find in the gallery (above)!
But first, watch a clip of the women talking about their hoped-for legacies (below):
One Direction may have been trying to ease us into the pain that is a world without our boys singing together as a group, but it's time for us to face the music.
The 22-year-old frontman is now a solo artist signed to CAA as of Monday, and his former team even confirmed his departure in a statement, saying: