In a crazy industry like this, you need a good support system and great friends to get you through it all!
Instead of staying mum on love like she usually does, Rita Ora decided to get pretty candid about her failed relationship with Calvin Harris in March's Nylon magazine — SURPRISE!
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The songstress opened up about the delay of her album and says the breakup with Calvin made her take a step back and reevaluate musical priorities.
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Who could have predicted this? Not us… NOT US.
Kanye West and Taylor Swift have a pretty rocky history ever since the 2009 MTV VMAs when the whole stage crashing incident happened.
Well, at this year's Grammys, they seemed to have buried the hatchet when the Shake It Off singer was spotted chatting it up with Yeezus and Kim Kardashian!
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But it seems they were up to more than just talking!
Kanye was speaking with Ryan Seacrest when the radio host asked whether he would ever work with Tay-Tay and the answer has surprised the world!
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Cruising for some wham-bam-thank-you-mam action? Well your next hookup could come from…
Well not quite, but the Queen of Pop is currently holding a contest on Grindr where five fans will get the chance to have a Q&A with the Material Girl herself!
For any of you not familiar, Grindr is a networking app where gay and bisexual users can search for others and do… whatever two consenting adults want to do!
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We'll leave that up to your imagination!
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During the Grammys on Sunday, February 8th, there was one pretty huge snub during the In Memoriam segment…
Joan Rivers! And she'd JUST won a Grammy that night for Best Spoken Word Album!
So, what was the deal? Why would they leave her out!
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Well, according to the show's producer Ken Ehrlich, they cut her out of the remembrance because of the time limits imposed on the show!
However, don't get TOO angry just yet, his reasoning is PRETTY valid.
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Ricky Martin can officially do no wrong… again!
That's right, his tenth studio album, A Quién Quiero Escuchar (To Whomever Will Listen) will be released tomorrow! We cannot wait to play it on repeat!
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In anticipation of its release, Ricky EXCLUSIVELY answered some of our questions about his song-writing process, and some of the best moments of his long career to name a few!
His responses show that he can get musical inspiration at any time!
Ch-ch-check out our interview with him (below)!!!
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We're drunk in love in anticipation of this upcoming album!
Jay Z and Beyoncé are rumored to be doing a joint album, and if that doesn't win every Grammy ever, Kanye West may literally implode with anger.
The producer of this upcoming album, Detail, talked about the project:
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A more deserving winner couldn't have been selected!
Joan Rivers may have passed away last year, but she's still winning awards.
The comedienne won the Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for Diary of a Mad Diva!
Her twelfth book's recording beat out James Franco's Actors Anonymous, Jimmy Carter's A Call to Action, John Waters' Carsick: John Waters Hitchhikes Across America, Elizabeth Warren's A Fighting Chance, and Gloria Gaynor's We Will Survive: True Stories of Encouragement, Inspiration and the Power of Song.
Many are missing Joan and her sharp sense of humor, so many should also be very pleased for the funny lady to be honored one more time.
[Image via WENN.]
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