Tyga Is Looking To Change The Custody Agreement Over King Cairo After Blac Chyna's Arrest -- Deets HERE!
Do what's best for the kids!
A source close to the Rack City rapper revealed to TMZ that Cairo's dad is
JoJo has such an amazing voice we just can't get enough!
That's why we're so excited that the brunette beauty finally got to perform on network TV, stopping by Late Night with Seth Meyers Thursday for a performance of Save My Soul.
While we LOVE the 25-year-old's music video for the single, watching her perform the hit live really takes our breath away!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing performance (below) and let us know your favorite JoJo song!
Despite his confident attitude, Donald Trump was NOT the Republican winner of the 2016 Iowa Caucus!
And while we bet he probably wishes no one actually followed the results, that's just not the case. It is a huge electoral event, after all!
In fact, plenty of celebs watched the businessman lose the vote to Ted Cruz, and we personally think that some of the best parts of the politically-charged evening are their reactions!
Ch-ch-check out all the stars who reacted to the 69-year-old's 2nd-place finish (below)!
Every year, the GLAAD Media Awards honor TV, movies, and music that represent the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in a fair, accurate, and inclusive way — especially when it tackles issues that affect their lives.
While it comes as no surprise that Caitlyn Jenner has been nominated for her docuseries, I Am Cait, after her incredible year and slew of other awards, we're thrilled to see some other stars and shows that made the cut!
Both Adam Lambert and Miley Cyrus were nominated for Outstanding Music Artist, while Ellen DeGeneres nabbed a nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Episode when trans fitness model Aydian Dowling stopped by!
There was even some Oscars crossover as Carol and The Danish Girl were both recognized.
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the incredible nominees (below):
Having Lorne Michaels in your corner sure does pay the bills!
That's because NBC announced on Wednesday that the former Saturday Night Live comedian's talk show Late Night has been renewed for five more years, guaranteeing him episodes until 2021!
But that's not all — Seth will also be the host of the Peacock Network's New Year's Eve programming for 2016, taking the spot of Andy Cohen who hosted a special Hollywood Game Night last time around.
NBC head Robert Greenblatt confirmed the news ahead of the TCA Press Tour, saying:
Is Trump serious?!
"Oh, I am, for sure. I don't cheat."
Well Donald didn't take too kindly to this as he obviously HAD to take to Twitter to respond as he wrote:
That would be all fine and well except for the fact that Jackson stopped by Late Night last night to talk with Seth Meyers and he learned about the feud and revealed that he's actually "met him a lot" and played golf with Trump a few times.
In fact, the 67-year-old even remembers playing a round with the businessman and Anthony Anderson and retells the story of catching him and his caddy cheating. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out The Hateful Eight actor learn that he's feuding with the candidate and tell his HIGHlarious side of the story (below)!
"Don't get strange!"
If you haven't binged the MASSIVELY popular Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer, you are missing out on quite an emotional rollercoaster.
Knowing how successful the series has been, Seth Meyers decided to parody the documentary in his 2016 return to his late night show.
While Making a Murderer revolves around Steven Avery's extremely controversial case where he's accused of murdering Teresa Halbach back in 2005, Meyers had a bit of fun with some of the documentary's more lighthearted moments involving the dialect of those involved in the Wisconsin-based case.
If you haven't heard enough "Yeah? Yeah…" and "So? So…" from the the docu-series, then you should for sure check out the HIGHlarious recreation from the SNL alum (below)!!!
That's because the comedy duo's new film Sisters is opening too!
Since the raunchy comedy can use any help it can get against the highly-anticipated sci-fi blockbuster, the ENTIRE cast appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers — and used Star Wars action figures to plug their own film!
Tina and Amy were joined by costars Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ike Barinholtz, and writer Paula Pell to convince viewers to see Sisters through characters like Kylo Ren and BB-8!
When it was Amy's turn, the Parks and Recreation star may have lost her cool a little bit, exclaiming: