No offence to Marlon Wayans, but when we heard he was taking on Queen Latifah on Lip Sync Battle, we figured he was dead in the water.
We mean, she has a rich music background, and he made Scary Movie!
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But Lip Sync isn't about singing but about the bigger performance, and really making the space your own!
Of course, Queen Latifah probably didn't think he'd use her personal space for his performance of Happy!
See Marlon blur some lines while impersonating Pharrell (below)!
A few months ago, we introduced you to Sean O'Brien aka #DancingMan.
The U.K. native initially became famous for a post on 4Chan (a photo-sharing site) that cruelly body-shamed him, and then even more famous for the outpouring of support.
A California woman named Cassandra Fairbanks started a campaign to find Sean using the hashtag #FindDancingMan, and his offline identity was quickly discovered.
Sean is having the last
laugh dance, because he's the guest of honor at a massive dance party being held in Los Angeles this weekend and deejayed by Moby! Other celebrities going to show Sean support include Pharrell, Andrew W.K., and Monica Lewinsky.
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So who does Sean feel sorry for most? Not himself!
Snoop Dogg just dropped the newest West Coast anthem with the help of Pharrell and some smooth Stevie Wonder harmonica playing!
California Roll is the lead track off of the rapper's upcoming album Bush, and the video pays homage to Snoop's home state in a charming time-travel vignette!
Opening in a Los Angeles movie theater in 1946, the audience gets more than they bargain for after they are told they are going on a journey into the future — and the film ends up being a futuristic simulator ride!
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The bumpy ignition turns into a smooth drift as Pharrell appears on the screen decked out in a gold robe. Snoop joins in next, driving in a flying yellow convertible while Wonder sits shotgun.
Check out the video (above) to see the futuristic pyramids of Hollywood and Snoop's 4D joint penetrate through the projector screen (the technology for which patent pending).
Jay Z's newest tactic for trying to get you to join Tidal is… FOMO!
This weekend, the music mogul staged an exclusive "B-sides" concert for subscribers of his streaming service. Then, Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj dropped a surprise music video for Feeling Myself for — you guessed it — Tidal users only!
But it doesn't stop there! On Tuesday, the struggling music venture sent out an email to their users explaining that the first 500 subscribers would be offered a pair of free tickets to the Budweiser Made in America festival!
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The tickets were quickly gobbled up by Tidal users who were grateful to attend the event that in the past included performers like
Zoë Kravitz always knows how to turn heads.
It's clear that the actress is the object of everyone's affection — and so is her character in the upcoming comedy Dope!
The bombshell will be playing Nakia, the romantic interest for a '90s hip-hop obsessed geek Malcolm — played by Shameik Moore!
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Set in Inglewood, CA, the story follows Malcolm and his nerdy friends who play in a punk band, trying to stay out of trouble.
But after they accidentally steal from a drug dealer, the band of geeks has to escape the armed thugs who want their stash back!
The coming of age comedy will feature four new songs from Pharrell. Check out the clip (below) of Malcolm and his friends indulging in some eye candy!
Oh SNAP! Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were serious when they said they weren't done battling the recent court ruling regarding their smash hit, Blurred Lines.
On Friday, the super sexy duo, had their legal representation take action and submit a motion arguing that there were problems with jury instructions during the case. The motion also claims that they felt there was not enough evidence to support a ruling that Blurred Lines was similar in sound to Marvin Gaye's Got to Give it Up.
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They're really trying every angle — like we can blame them! — with the rebuttal because