November 2008 - Celebrity Bug


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Katy Perry Puts A Ring On It

11/30/2008 0
Katy Perry reenacts Beyoncé’s video for 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)'. Check it out:

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Britney Spears Performs 'Womanizer' On The X Factor

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Britney Spears performed her smash hit, 'Womanizer', live for the third time, on the UK based show, 'The X Factor', tonight. Check it out:

Good stuff, the pop star is slowly getting her confidence back.
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Britney Spears Covers 'Glamour'

11/29/2008 0
Check out a stunning and healthy looking Britney Spears covering the January 2009 issue of 'Glamour':

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Justin Timberlake Covers 'Golf Digest'

11/28/2008 0
Check out Justin Timberlake on the cover of the November 2008 issue of 'Golf Digest':
"(I’m) self-taught. I’d watch Tiger [Woods] and Ernie Els on TV and try to learn from what they did, but obviously I related music to it. The golf swing is very, very rhythmic. There’s a certain tempo to it, just like in music."
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New Music: Justin Timberlake Featuring Esmee Denters - 'Follow My Lead'

11/28/2008 0
Justin Timberlake's new song 'Follow My Lead', aimed to raise funds for Shriners Hospitals for Children, has been outed. Recorded live at "Justin Timberlake and Friends Concert" in mid October, the charity anthem features the first artist signed to his Tennman Records, Esmee Denters. Check it out:

It seems like he is, more so, the featured artist, that said, the track is still pretty lackluster.
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New Music Roundup: Beyonce / Ciara

11/28/2008 0
An unreleased track from Beyonce’s latest album ‘I Am…Sasha Fierce’ surfaced today, in the form of the Stargate produced, 'Rock'. Check it out:

Pretty good, in fact, better than a bulk of the material that actually made the album.

A track from Ciara's forthcoming album ‘Fantasy Ride’ surfaced, in the form of the Danja produced, 'I’m On'. Check it out:

Decent effort, at least for Ciara.
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Beyonce Blasted For Lack Of Originality

11/28/2008 0
On a recent shoot for her new music video, Beyonce donned a mermaid-style dress, previously worn by Jennifer Lopez 10 years ago, and reignited the flame on the question of her originality.

Check out the lowdown by clicking here, it seems that everyone from Kylie Minogue, Rihanna, Britney Spears and Alice Dellal, has endured the wrath of Beyonce.

Beyonce has made a career out of taking things that were previously done and trying to pass them off as originals, and the sad part about it is most people buy it, but being that I keep up on the latest in celebrities, I'm not one of them. That said, the Rihanna comparisons were laughable, because she has done the same, just ask Kelis and Fefe Dobson, even Beyonce. As for the Jennifer Lopez situation, IMO, if she's wore it before, you should never attempt it, because compared to her its just going to look second rate, which is very apparent in the picture above.
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Britney Spears Performs ‘Womanizer’ On The French ‘Star Academy'

11/28/2008 0
Today, Britney Spears performed for the second time, her latest smash ‘Womanizer’ on the French ‘Star Academy’. Check it out:

Better than the first one, but still not the performance Britney needs to deliver. That said, both of her performances were still better than most of her peers, for me, she just hasn't delivered a performance that matches any of her personal best.
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Album Cover: Syleena Johnson - 'Chapter 4: Labor Pain'

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Syleena Johnson’s, ‘Chapter 4: Labor Pains’ will have an early digital release on iTunes on December 23rd, 2008. Check out the official album cover below:

I love it, its very expressive emotionally.
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Christina Aguilera & Alicia Keys Perform On CNN's Heroes Special

11/28/2008 0
Grammy winners Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys performed on CNN Heroes special, which aired last night. Check it out:

Christina Aguilera - 'Beautiful'

Absolutely AMAZING. Christina, IMO, is the best female vocalist hands down, Mariah, Beyonce, Alicia, all take a back seat to her in that department, and its really evident why in this performance.

Alicia Keys - 'Superwoman'

Good Performance.
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Ashanti ‘Shines’ at Macy's Thanksgiving Celebration

11/28/2008 0
Ashanti was shining from head-to-toe atop the New York Daily News float at the 82nd annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday. Watch her perform 'Shine' below:

Beautifully done.
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New Music: Ashanti - 'Crime'

11/28/2008 0
A new song from the recording sessions of Ashanti's fourth album, 'The Declaration', has surfaced in full. 'Crime', was produced by Neff-U, who was also behind the singer's track, 'In These Streets'. Check it out:

Love it. Ashanti, IMO, is seriously underrated not only as an artist and songstress, but also as an songwriter, which is sometimes understandable considering it can come across a little fourth gradish at times, but when she gets it right, the singer hits the nail straight on the head.
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Britney Spears' 1st Live Performance of 'Womanizer'

11/28/2008 0
Check out Britney Spears' performing her No.1 hit, 'Womanizer', for the first time ever, at Germany's Bambi Awards tonight:

Decent performance, but like I said, Britney really needed a killer performance to cement her return in most people's eyes, mine included, and this just didn't measure up. That said, the singer looked beautiful and it was MILES better than her VMA showing.

She also collected the award for 'Best International Popstar', watch below:

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Ludacris Visits ‘The Late Show With David Letterman'

11/28/2008 0

Rap star Ludacris hit up 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on Wednesday. He was interviewed (above) and performed 'One More Drink' with T-Pain (below).

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Jamie Foxx Featuring T.I. - 'Just Like Me' Video

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“Just Like Me” is the lead single off Jamie Foxx’s third album Intuition. The “anything you can do, I can do better”-themed video co-stars T.I. and was directed by Brett Ratner (Mariah Carey, Madonna). Check it out:

The video is too cute and the song is pretty good too.
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Is Mariah Carey Pregnant?

11/28/2008 0
Mariah Carey appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' today to promote her new fragrance Luscious Pink. Ellen questioned her about the pregnancy rumors and even offered her a glass of champagne to test if she was with child.

Mariah came up with all sorts of excuses for not sipping the bubbly including “It’s just fattening,” “This is peer pressure,” and “I only drink after 3 p.m.”

Watch the interview below:

She has been looking a little chunky lately, so my guess is yes.
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Beyonce Shines On 'The Tyra Banks Show'

11/27/2008 0
Beyonce continued her promotional trail in support of her new album, 'I Am...Sasha Fierce', this time by hitting up 'The Tyra Bank Show'. Check it out:

It's nice to see Beyonce's personality, which is often missing in her interviews or anything for that matter, but she has to use something to sell that lackluster album.

'If I Were A Boy'

'Single Ladies'

The performances were just grand, but it kind of bothers me that Beyonce put more energy and spunk (in form of two male dancers), than was present in her AMA performance. Good Stuff and IMO the best performance of 'Single Ladies' to date. 'If I Were A Boy', was emotional, and either Jay-Z has been a bad boy lately or the singer's acting skills have vastly improved.
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Aubrey O’Day Sheds Clothes for Playboy

11/26/2008 0
Aubrey O’Day has gone all the way. In a not-so-surprising move, Diddy’s former least innocent angel has reportedly posed nude for Playboy.

The ex-Danity Kane member spent all day at a Manhattan photo studio on Tuesday doing a spread for the popular men’s magazine, according to The photos were taken by photographer Markus Klinko (Mariah Carey, Beyoncé). Lion cubs were supposedly involved in the shoot.

I seriously question this girl's career moves, there's absolutely nothing wrong with posing for Playboy, but there's a major difference between classy, and well......Aubrey.
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Alicia Keys Shines On 'Dancing With The Stars'

11/26/2008 0
Grammy winner Alicia Keys performed at the finale of 'Dancing With the Stars', which crowned Brooke Burke champion, last night. Check it out:

Simply joyful, I loved it.
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Album Review: Britney Spears - 'Circus'

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Following a year and a half, which seem to result in disaster after disaster for Britney Spears, including a run in the psych ward, losing custody of her kids, and most recently her permanent conservator ship, the pop goddess, who has seem to pulled her self together in recent months, is back with to try another shot at skyrocketing back to the top with her sixth LP, 'Circus'.

Officially set to drop on December 2nd, the pop star's 27th birthday, 'Circus', is the follow-up to 2007's 'Blackout', which was near perfection and critically praised, but also grabbed the title as singer's worst selling studio album, given the lack of promotional efforts.

The opening track, as well as, lead single, 'Womanizer', was a nice way to reintroduce the reigning Queen of Pop (Sorry Madonna) and showcased that Britney hadn't lost her ability to create a fun and catchy pop anthem, shown most evidently by the song's record breaking journey to the top. The track became Britney's second No.1 hit, and broke the record for biggest jump to the top spot (96-1), that had just been set by T.I. and Rihanna the week before. Sure, the song didn't live to any of Britney's other first singles ('Baby One More Time', 'Oops...I Did It Again', 'I'm A Slave 4 U', 'Me Against the Music', or 'Gimme More'), but it more than accomplished what it set out to do.

'Circus', set to serve as the second single, is bass thumping ride, where the singer claims, "I'm like the ring leader, I call the shots", and expands by cooing, "Don't like the back seat, gotta be first", a bold, but true statement, given the singer is arguably the biggest star in world (Sorry Beyonce).

The Frou Frou's Guy Sigworth assisted, 'Out From Under', showcases Britney's voice over a beautifully written ballad, something clearly missing from 'Blackout', as she declares, "I don't want to dream about, all the things that never were, and maybe I could live without when I'm out from under". A testament to the dissolution of her marriage to Kevin Federline, or at least that's the way it's perceive, either way , the track is a total winner and stands as one of the album's brightest shining stars.

The aggressively urbanized, 'Kill the Lights', takes a subject liking to 'Piece of Me', but is just as compelling and even manages to produce the same catchy one lines, such as, "Is that money in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?". The poppy electro-fueled, 'Shattered Glass', is a break up winner, about infidelity, that sees Britney comparing the state of their relationship to shattered glass.

'If You Seek Amy', which translates to 'F.U.C.K. Me', was produced by early Britney collaborator Max Martin and will surely be eaten up by the masses if it eventually gets the much needed release. The track is a creatively smart, saucy, and stunning standout.

Bloodshy & Avant, the producers behind 'Toxic, strike gold again on the melodically influenced, 'Unusual You', whereas, 'Blur', puts a pop urban spin on the 2008 Carrie Underwood hit, 'Last Night', as far as subject matter.

In an ode to the Latino hotties, 'Mmm Papi' surfaces, whereas, the dance friendly, 'Mannequin', is overly contagious track that demands you bust a move. Both tracks are a complete fun fest.

The seductive, 'Lace and Leather', takes on an 80's, Madonna influence vibe, that said, the track is just as sexy as the its title, while, 'My Baby', dedicated to her two sons, is a striking salute.

Overall, compared to 'Blackout', 'Circus' is like a it's twin, but given 'Blackout' was a more urbanized spin, this one takes more of a pop approach, and showcases Britney's vocals more, whereas, 'Blackout' relied more on the use of production and the auto tune. That said, Britney has never been a great singer, she isn't even a good singer, passable at best, but she has a knack for creating addictively infectious music that traps us under her spell every time, something her once counterparts Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson, who are obviously stronger vocalists, are still trying to do.

4.5 out of 5
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Kanye West Visits ‘Conan O’Brien’

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Mr. West made a stop by “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” on Tuesday to promote 808s & Heartbreak. He was interviewed (above) and later performed “Heartless” (below).

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Beyonce Starts 'Fierce' Atop Album Chart

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Beyonce scores her third straight No. 1 debut on The Billboard 200 this week as the double-disc "I Am ... Sasha Fierce" (Music World/Columbia) shifts a whopping 482,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The album, split between material credited to Beyonce and her new alter-ego Sasha Fierce, has already spawned the hits "If I Were a Boy" and "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)." Beyonce's 2003 solo debut, "Dangerously in Love," started with 317,000, while 2006's "B-Day" moved 541,000.

In a week with seven top 20 debuts, Nickelback's "Dark Horse" (Roadrunner) sold 326,000 to start at No. 2. The Canadian rock outfit spent an astonishing 156 weeks on the chart with its prior album, 2005's "All the Right Reasons," which is at 6.97 million to date.

Reigning "American Idol" champion David Cook's self-titled 19 Recordings/RCA debut arrives at No. 3 with 280,000. That's more than double the first-week numbers of 2007 champ Jordin Sparks' self-titled debut, which sold 119,000 copies and has gone on to shift 956,000.

Last week's No. 1, Taylor Swift's "Fearless" (Big Machine), slips to No. 4 on a 63% sales decline to 217,000. New at No. 5 is multi-national vocal group Il Divo's "The Promise" (Syco/Columbia) with 162,000. The act's previous album, 2006's "Siempre," debuted at No. 17 with 108,000.

Chop Shop/Atlantic's soundtrack to the runaway hit film "Twilight" is down 5-6 despite a 17% uptick to 125,000. The multi-label "Now 29" compilation slides 3-7 after a 33% decline to 115,000. Walt Disney's "High School Musical 3" soundtrack drops 7-8 on a 9% sales downturn to 86,000, while Enya's "And Winter Came" (Reprise) falls 8-9 on a nearly identical sales slide to 83,000.

AC/DC's "Black Ice" rounds out the top 10 after falling from No. 6. The album sold 73,000 copies in its fifth week of exclusive release via Wal-Mart and Sam's Club, bringing its total to a remarkable 1.39 million.

Other debuts this week include Dido's "Safe Trip Home" (RCA) at No. 13 with 51,000 and the Zac Brown Band's "The Foundation" at No. 17 with 44,000. The new Atlantic signing is enjoying its first country hit with "Chicken Fried."

The compilation "Cities 97 Sampler Vol. 20," rounding up live-in-studio performances from the Minneapolis radio station of the same name, debuts at No. 21 with 35,000. The double-disc album features tracks from Jack Johnson, Sheryl Crow and Jason Mraz, among others.

Former 112 member Slim's solo debut, "Love's Crazy" (M3 Productions/Asylum) starts at No. 32 with 27,000, while country artist Blake Shelton's "Startin' Fires" (Warner Nashville) debuts at No. 34 with 26,000.

At 9.45 million, sales this week are up 6% from last week but down 32% from the same week last year (13.96 million).

[Spotted @ Billboard]
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Beyonce Rocks 'The Today Show'

11/26/2008 0
Beyonce held a mini-concert on NBC's 'The Today Show' early this morning, perform several hits in support of her new album, 'I Am...Sasha Fierce'. Check it out:

'Crazy In Love'

'If I Were A Boy'

'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)'

'At Last'

Stellar from beginning to end.
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Divas II Performances

11/26/2008 0
Leona Lewis, Pink, and Rihanna, all gathered to perform at the recent Divas II event in the UK. Check it out:

Leona Lewis - 'Run'

Well sung.

Pink - 'So What'

As always, Pink rocked it out.

Rihanna - 'Disturbia'

Only a mere days after giving Rihanna props for her AMA performance, I have to do that exact opposite, given the singer's performance didn't house a single in tune note. Bad Stuff.
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Kanye West Performs "Love Lockdown" On Letterman

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Kanye West promoted the release of his fourth album '808s & Heartbreak', which came out yesterday and is currently on track to debut at #1, by performing 'Love Lockdown' on The Late Show With David Letterman. Check it out:

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Beyonce Dominates On 'Ellen'

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Beyonce kept the promotional trail rolling by making an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to talk about married life, as well as, perform several of her hits. Check it out:


'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)'

'If I Were A Boy'

'Flaws & All'

Good Stuff.
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Pink - 'Sober' Video

11/26/2008 0
Check out the official video for Pink's second single, 'Sober', below:

Good Stuff.
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Britney Spears - 'Circus' Video Preview

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Check out this 30 second preview of Britney Spears' upcoming music video for 'Circus':

It looks like Britney is pulling out all the stops. Good Stuff.
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Brandy Graces 'Vibe'

11/25/2008 0
R&B songstress Brandy, looking stunning, graces the pages of the December issue of VIBE magazine:

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On The Set: Britney Spears' 'Rolling Stone' Shoot

11/25/2008 0
Check out a behind the scenes look at Britney Spears' 'Rolling Stone' cover below:

She looks great.

In other Britney news, the singer will be honored at Wednesday night's Bambi Awards in Germany, in which she will give her first public performance since that infamous MTV VMA 2007 performance.
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New Music Roundup: Chris Brown / Ciara / LeToya

11/25/2008 0
With Chris Brown hard at work on the follow-up to his platinum sophomore album, 'Exclusive', a new song called 'Froze', reportedly from the set, has surfaced. Check it out:

Decent effort.

Rumors have been swirling recently that Ciara has completely scrapped earlier 'Fantasy Ride' recordings and began work on new sessions, but no confirmation, that said, a song has surfaced from the earlier sessions called 'The Fit of Love'. Check it out:

Sort of an unexpected cut from CiCi, I'm not sure if I'm really buying her voice on the pop influenced track, but not a bad effort.

With Letoya's sophomore album set for release in 2009, two snippets titled ‘Lazy’ and ‘Don’t Need You’ surfaced. Check them out respectively below:

Both joints are winners.
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Leona Lewis - 'Run' Video

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Leona Lewis premiered her brand new video for the Snow Patrol cover ‘Run’, which will be featured on the re-release of her debut CD, ‘Spirit’, recently. Check it out:

Well sung, but its amazing how this chick finds new ways to go beyond BORING.
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Ne-Yo - 'Mad' Video

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Ne-yo premiered his brand new video ‘Mad’ today. The Stargate-produced track is the third single to be lifted from his latest album ‘Year of The Gentleman'. Check it out:

Conceptually, Ne-Yo's best video yet and the song is pretty nice too.
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Movie Premieres: 'Cadillac Records'

11/25/2008 1
The Los Angeles premiere for the film Cadillac Records was held last night and it was a star studded event boasting the film stars Adrien Brody, Beyonce, Gabrielle Union, as well as Etta James, Lauren London, Sanaa Lathan, Regina Hall, and Beyonce's mother Tina.

Gabrielle Union looks elegant, and apparently Beyonce took to her role so well, that Gabby is singing her praises (Read Here). That said, I'm not feeling Beyonce's dress, but her hair and makeup was up to par, Lauren London also worked it out.

'Cadillac Records', will also get the honor of being our first ever movie review.

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Jesse McCartney - 'Its Over' Video

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The video for Jesse McCartney's second single, 'Its Over', premiered recently. The track, produced by The Clutch, is taken from his stellar Pop/R&B album 'Departure'. The song is solid R&B influenced cut and the video does a good job of meshing well with the song. Jesse and his album, IMO, were both highly overlooked this year.

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On The Set: Beyonce - 'Diva' Video (Part 2)

11/24/2008 0
Check out this short clip of Beyonce on the set of the upcoming music video, 'Diva':

The chick has appearances on Today, Ellen, and Tyra Banks slated for this week.

Speaking of Tyra, check out a small clip from her upcoming appearance below:

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Britney Spears Covers 'Rolling Stone'

11/24/2008 0
Check out megastar Britney Spears covering the latest issue of 'Rolling Stone':

Wholesomely beautiful and sensual.
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Ludacris & T-Pain Take Over 'SNL'

11/24/2008 0

Ludacris and T-Pain shared musical guesting duties on “Saturday Night Live.” Ludacris performed “One More Drink” with T-Pain (above) and Luda returned the favor later in the show by performing “Chopped N Skrewed” with Pain (below).

The two also participated in a comedy sketch with Andy Samberg and Kenan Thompson. T-Pain better watch out ’cause the Blizzard Man is coming for him. Watch below.

Good Stuff.

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New Music: Beyonce Featuring R. Kelly - 'If I Were A Boy (Remix)'

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R. Kelly schools Beyoncé on what it’s like to be a boy on the male response to her hit 'If I Were a Boy'. “But you’re not a boy, so you don’t have a clue,” he croons.

Decent effort.

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Chris Brown Becomes ‘Superstar’ On Third LP

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Chris Brown wants Madonna on his next album.

The 19-year-old crooner says the Material Girl would be his dream duet for a track on his upcoming CD "Graffiti," which is due out next year. He says he'd also love to work with Coldplay. He's collaborated with Jordin Sparks, David Banner and girlfriend Rihanna in the past.

Brown predicts that "Graffiti" will be a bigger project for him. Speaking from the red carpet at the American Music Awards, the platinum-selling R&B star said: "It's going to be my stepping stone from Chris Brown to superstar."

If he's not there yet, he's close. Brown took home trophies at the Sunday awards show for favorite pop-rock and soul-R&B male artist while his gal pal Rihanna won favorite pop-rock and soul-R&B female artist awards.

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American Music Awards 2008 Performance Review

11/24/2008 1
The 2008 American Music Awards took place at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles on Sunday. Check out the performances below:

Christina Aguilera Medley

Can't say I'm impressed, it started out good with 'Beautiful' and even the lackluster 'Keeps Gettin' Better', but from then on it took a turn for the worse and became a hooping and hollering fest. The dancing was limited by her choice in shoes, although dancing has never been her strong suit, she always had the vocals to back that up, but even that wasn't present here. Make no mistake, she's still hands down the best female vocalist out, but she's currently 0 for 2, if you count her VMA showing.

Taylor Swift - White Horse

Cute song and even though she has a barely there voice, this is actually one of her better showings.

Miley Cyrus - Fly On the Wall

Can someone please fill me in on what's so great about this girl?
She can't sing, she can't act, and normally that would mean she's, at least, hot, but that isn't the case here, so honestly can someone fill me in? Because the girl possesses has ZERO talent.

Beyonce - Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)

The body framing entrance was cute, but that was it, as the performances was just a lame rehash at the same thing we've seen her display during recent appearances on SNL, TRL, 106 & Park, and all the other outlets she used to promote the album. I expected the routine to be the same, but I also expected her to do something more to the performance, instead of the normal. Beyonce, normally goes all out and slays the competition during award shows, but that Beyonce isn't present in this performance, AT ALL.

Pussycat Dolls - I Hate This Part / When I Grow Up

Vocally, Nicole was all over the place, but the performance itself wasn't bad, but kind of what you expect from the girls. I still wish vocals were shared more with Melody, given her live showings are a little more stable than Nicole's.

Kanye West - Heartless

Good performance.

Leona Lewis - Better in Time

Vocally, this woman is beyond AMAZING, but unfortunately she is also beyond BORING.

New Kids On The Block Medley


The Jonas Brothers

I echo everything I said about Miley Cyrus, with the exception of the cute part.

Rihanna - Rehab

I never, ever, ever ,ever, ever thought I would say this, but SHE NAILED IT.
Visually she looked stunning and vocally she was on point, that said I am a little baffled as to why Justin didn't join her on stage, given he was there, but BEST RIHANNA PERFORMANCE BY A MILE.

Alicia Keys - Superwoman

With the help of Queen Latifah and Kathleen Battle, Alicia delivered a great performance. Always the trendsetter, she combined R&B, Hip-hop, and Opera, and Queen Latifah is so multi-talented its ridiculous.

Mariah Carey - I Stay In Love

Her and Nick in the beginning (too cute), but the performance was lackluster at best, Mariah has never been a strong performer and with the current state of her voice, that's not changing anytime soon. I still say I would rather her lip sync and just put more energy and thought into the performance itself.

Sarah McLachlan & Pink - Angel

Vocally good. Pink also performed 'Sober', which also saw strong vocals, but the performance has yet to surface on Youtube.

Neyo's lackluster performance also wasn't present, but I will update when it does.

Overall, I was highly disappointed with the show that failed to live up to the expectations you would think the star studded lineup would have produced.

Best of the Night:
Rihanna, singing in tune, absolutely nothing tops it. Alicia, trendsetting and different, wasn't in love with it, but I just appreciate the fact that this lady's artistry has no bounds.

Beyonce, is quickly proving, Rihanna's dominance might not come to an end as quickly as her fans think. Step your game up.

Worst of the Night:
The show as a whole.

As for the winners, they were all types of wrong, Chris Brown as Artist of the Year, child please.
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2008 American Music Awards Red Carpet Arrivals

On The Set: Beyonce - 'Diva' Video

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Check out these interesting pics of Beyonce reportedly on the set of her upcoming music video for the single 'Diva':

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