It's time to see if these stars can dance!
Anywho, be sure to ch-ch-check out the FULL list of celebs and their dancing partners (below)!
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Music comes to you when you need it the most!
We have just been baptized by Sir the Baptist!
Serving up what he calls "Ghetto Gospel", this is electric and musically holy!
Raise Hell is so full of life that is breathed some into us and did we need it this week!
Check it out above!
Don't get us wrong, James Corden's Carpool Karaoke is DEFINITELY his best late night bit, but Drop the Mic is a close second!
That's why we were so thrilled that Kevin Hart decided to go toe to toe with the late night host on Wednesday evening as the celebs faced off in an epic rap battle!
While a lot of the jabs were expected — Corden disses Hart's height, and the pint sized comedian clowns on Corden's weight — each of the A-listers certainly had their highlights, like Kevin's HIGHlarious Ghostbusters reference!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing rap battle (below) and let us know who you think won the battle!
Despite the rapper's scary mile high incident, he stopped by the Samsung booth at the E3 to help promote his upcoming mobile skateboarding game Sqvad Up and he ended up rapping for the lucky fans in attendance!
Wearing a yellow hat, gray shorts, sweatshirt, and sunglasses, Wayne performed a medley of 15 songs that included hits like A Milli, Lollipop, and Truffle Butter.
Though we already heard from a rep for the 33-year-old that he was in "good spirits" following the seizures, it's always better to see the proof for yourself. Not to mention, it seems like the Right Above It rapper has really bounced back as one source dished:
Still, it seems the Scottish DJ is moving on with his life as he replaced all the deleted snaps with a post about his latest collaboration with Rihanna. Bless!
In fact, the 32-year-old hinted about the release of the upcoming music video for This Is What You Came For as he posted:
As we reported, RuPaul's Drag Race alum Roxxxy Andrews — along with Kenya Michaels — was at Pulse the night Omar Mateen killed 49 people using an AR-15 assault rifle.
Luckily, both performers survived.
What makes the event even more tragic was that Pulse was Andrews' home club, where he performed for ten years.
On Wednesday, the drag queen got a tattoo to honor the victims, many of whom were his friends.
He posted the (above) pic with the caption: