March 2016 - Celebrity Bug


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Video: Nick Jonas Feat. Tove Lo - 'Close'

3/31/2016 0

Pop heartthrob Nick Jonas has premiered the intense music video for "Close", the Tove Lo-assisted duet that serves as the lead single from his forthcoming studio album 'Last Year Was Complicated', which will be released on June 10th. Watch the video beneath:

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Video: K. Michelle - 'Not A Little Bit'

3/31/2016 0

Hot off the release of her third album 'More Issues Than Vogue', R&B songstress K. Michelle premiered the official video for "Not A Little Bit", one of the singles featured on the set, and the video sees her make it through the rain after her ex is caught cheating. Watch it beneath:

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Zayn Malik Covers 'Complex' Magazine

3/24/2016 0

Zayn Malik, who will release his debut solo album 'Mind of Mine' on Friday, covers the April/May issue of Complex magazine, and in the magazine, he dishes on why he admires Kanye West, the difference between him as solo artist versus One Direction and being a bad celebrity. Read excerpts from his interview and peep more stunning photos beneath:

On Admiring Kanye West:
“I believe that success follows authenticity. People see through fake shit. They don’t want to see that; they want a real person. That’s why Kanye is so successful. He’s speaking the truth, regardless of whomever he offends, he isn’t bothered. That’s admirable.”

On One Direction Restricting His Image:
"Mainly my beard, honestly. I wasn’t allowed to keep it. Eventually, when I got older, I rebelled against it, and decided to keep it anyway. That was just because I looked older than the rest of them. That’s one of the things that is now quite cool. I get to keep my beard. I also wanted to dye my hair when I was in the band, but I wasn’t allowed to."

On Speaking His Mind More:
"In terms of me being described as the mysterious one, that was put on me as a stigma because I didn’t get the chance to speak as much. The other boys’ personalities were much more forward. They would answer the questions. I would let that happen because, like I said, I didn’t have any creative input there. I didn’t feel like I was going to say anything about it anyway. Now I get to talk about what I’m passionate about--it’s nice to have the chance to speak."

On Tupac Impacting Him As A Artist:
"Probably Tupac’s All Eyez on Me. The songs are so real, and from a perspective of a place where somebody is not afraid to be completely 100 percent honest. He’s the first rapper to talk about the fact that his mom was a crack addict. For me, that’s courageous as fuck. He took that risk and spoke about everything in detail openly and without any shame. For me to listen to that album as I grew up, it really helped me to understand that it’s OK to be honest with your art, because people appreciate that."

On Being A Bad Celebrity:
I’m a pretty shit celebrity all around. But when it comes to TV, that’s the worst. I hate the whole setup. When it’s interviews like this, I don’t mind. I’m just talking to a normal person. It’s when you are fully glammed up and you’re sitting with a hundred lights in your face and someone is asking you questions in front of a crowd of people--that’s when it becomes a bit strange for me.

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Album Review: Kris Allen Tears Down His Walls On Vapid 'Letting You In'

3/24/2016 0

While 'American Idol' has played a key role in the birth of many of today's artists including platinum-selling superstars Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson, not every winner has been able to duplicate even a fraction of their success.

Take Kris Allen, for example. With his boy next door good looks and his unmatched ability to break your heart and make you smile through his interpretation of song, the winner of the show's eighth season seemed to be on the right path, but unfortunately, that has not been the case.

TIME magazine doesn't rank him among the show's 20 Most Successful Alumni (he comes in at No.21) and his album sales since winning the competition have failed to pass the half a million mark. A tally that runner-up Adam Lambert has more than tripled.

Instead, Allen has remained content with a healthy touring schedule and a small, but extremely dedicated fan base that remain as loyal today as they were when they propelled him to what many consider to be an upset victory in 2009. With his fourth post-Idol album, 'Letting You In', the 30-year-old offers up very little that will take him from the background into the main spotlight.

On the opening track, “Love Will Find You”, he sings about the unpredictability of love and how little control we actually have on how and when we experience it.

While the track itself falls into the forgettable category, it does serve its purpose and set up the album’s rampant theme of love and its different stages. In fact, as you breeze through the ten tracks, it begins to feel like a musical love letter to his wife Katy, who will welcome the couple’s second child later this year, and while that is lovely in theory, the results are rarely as rewarding as the first single and title track, “Waves” and “Letting You In”.

On the former, his voice is more confident than it has ever been and it results in a perfectly crafted tune that is reflective of its title and moves you in more ways than one, while the latter sees him at his most vulnerable. Honestly, it is a side that you wish shined through more and even here, you don’t feel like he is completely laying all of his cards on the table.

He is far more comfortable and in the zone on the album’s best track “Faster Shoes”, the airy “Way Up High” and the infectious “Move”, but it is his struggle to completely let go and allow his audience to fully embrace his insecurities and fears that keep ‘Letting You In’ from reaching its full potential.

He makes admirable strides on “If We Keep Doing Nothing”, which was inspired by the 2015 high school shooting in Roseburg, Oregon that resulted in the death of eight students and an assistant professor at Umpqua Community College, and the closer “I Remember You”, but both of those feel anticlimactic, which can also be said about the album as a whole.

Final Verdict

With ‘Letting You In’, Kris Allen delivers what feels like his most personal release to date, but you often wish it was darker, more revealing and frankly, more honest. Instead, it feels like Allen is only presenting you with half-truths and the album’s most glaring deficit is that you don’t feel like you know anything more about him than when you started.

Still, despite failing to reach the heights of his best album, 2012’s near-perfect ‘Thank You Camellia’, there are some enjoyable tracks here and his core fan base will probably levitate towards the album as a whole, but for the masses, it only suggests that his “Time Will Come” at a later date and with a better album.

3 OUT OF 5

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“Waves”, “Faster Shoes”, “Way Up High” and “Letting You In”
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Video: Meghan Trainor - 'No'

3/24/2016 0

Pop star Meghan Trainor, who won a Grammy Award last month for Best New Artist, has released the dance heavy video for "No", the first single from her upcoming sophomore album 'Thank You', which will be released on May 13th. Watch the video and sound off beneath:

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Carrie Underwood Celebrates Hubby Mike Fisher's 1000th NHL Game With Son

3/24/2016 0

NHL player Mike Fisher is accustomed to watching his superstar wife Carrie Underwood win award after award, but on Monday, March 22nd, the beautiful singer was in full wife mode as her husband was honored by the Nashville Predators for his 1000th game.

In addition to the athlete's parents Jim and Karen, the couple's 1-year-old son Isaiah Michael was also on the ice to watch his father be honored and he adorably looked up as his parents shared a celebratory kiss, before Fisher's team claimed a victory over the Los Angeles Kings.

Underwood also honored her husband in a star-studded video, that featured congratulatory messages from the likes of Brad Paisley, Bono, Luke Bryan and Rascal Flatts.

"I'm so proud of you for so many reasons, but specifically, tonight, I'm proud of you because I know how hard you work at everything you do," the proud wife said in the clip. "And I know how much dedication you have toward hockey and toward this team." So sweet! Watch it beneath:

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Movie Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Combats Oil Rig Disaster In 'Deepwater Horizon'

3/24/2016 0

Summit Entertainment has released the first trailer for director Peter Berg’s true-story action drama 'Deepwater Horizon', which opens on on September 30th.

The film stars Mark Wahlberg and recounts the heroism of the brave men and women who saved numerous lives during the 2010 BP oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, which was the world’s largest man-made disaster in history. Watch the first teaser trailer beneath:

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Movie Trailer: Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth Star In Third 'Bridget Jones' Film

3/23/2016 0

Academy Award winner Renée Zellweger returns for the third installment as Bridget Jones in 'Bridget Jones’s Baby', and Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey are along for the ride as her love interests. But who is the father of her unborn baby? Watch the first trailer beneath:

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Movie Trailer: Ryan Gosling Solves Crime With Russell Crowe In 'The Nice Guys'

3/23/2016 0

Ryan Gosling plays a down-on-his-luck private eye Holland March in 1970s Los Angeles and teams up with hired enforcer Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) to solve the case of a missing girl and the seemingly unrelated death of a porn star in 'The Nice Guys'. Watch trailer beneath:

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Iggy Azalea Performs 'Team' On 'Fallon'

3/23/2016 0

After releasing her new single "Team" last week, Iggy Azalea stopped by 'The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon', for the first performance of the single on Tuesday, March 22nd.

The single is the first release from her upcoming sophomore album 'Digital Distortion', and the performance saw the rapper begin alone before being joined by a troupe of female dancers.

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'Shots Fired': Event Series Starring Sanaa Lathan Beefs Up Cast With 4 Veterans

3/23/2016 0

The racially-charged FOX event series, 'Shots Fired', that reteams Sanaa Lathan with her 'Love & Basketball' filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood is shaping up quite nicely with four veteran actors including two Oscar winners recently joining the cast in pivotal roles.

Slated to debut later this year, it examines the aftermath of racially charged shootings in a small town in North Carolina with Lathan portraying an expert investigator who digs into the case.

Oscar winner Helen Hunt has signed a one season deal as Patricia Eamons, the fictional governor of North Carolina, while fellow Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss will play Arlen Cox, a real estate mogul and owner of a privatized prison who is intricately involved in the shootings.

Additionally, 'True Blood' alum Stephen Moyer has joined as Officer Breeland, a seasoned veteran in the town’s Sheriff’s Department, and Will Patton will take on the role of Sheriff Daniel Platt, whose precinct is investigated after the shooting. This certainly sounds like a winner!!!
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Rihanna Rules Billboard Charts At No.1

3/23/2016 0

Rihanna takes charge of both Billboard charts this week!!! As "Work" spends its fifth week atop the Billboard Hot 100, the pop superstar sees her latest album, 'ANTI', rise back to the summit on the Billboard 200 by shifting 54,000 equivalent album units.

Overall, it is the second week that the album has spent at No.1, and only 17,000 were in pure album sales with a whopping 69 percent of the units comprised of TEA and SEA units.

Rounding out the top 5 on the Billboard 200 this week are: '25' by Adele at No.2 with 51,000 units, 'Purpose' by Justin Bieber at No.3 with 48,000 units, 'Hymns' by Joey + Rory at No.4 with 44,000 units and 'Untitled Unmastered' by Kendrick Lamar at No.5 with 38,000 units.
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New Music: Zayn Malik - 'BeFoUr'

3/21/2016 0

With his debut studio album 'Mind of Mine' available for pre-order online and scheduled for release on March 25th, former One Direction member Zayn Malik releases another new song from the forthcoming set in the form of "BeFoUr". Listen to his latest release beneath:

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Movie Trailer: Blake Lively Battles A Great White Shark In 'The Shallows'

3/21/2016 0

Blake Lively takes on a great white shark in the first trailer for 'The Shallows', which is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and hits theaters on June 24th.

In the intense thriller, Nancy (Lively) is surfing alone on a secluded beach when she is attacked by a great white shark and stranded just a short distance from shore, and despite being only 200 yards from her survival, getting there proves the ultimate contest of wills. Watch the trailer:

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New Music: Iggy Azalea - 'Team'

3/18/2016 0

Often-criticized rapper Iggy Azalea come out swinging and asserts her independence on "Team", the infectious lead single from her sophomore studio album 'Digital Distortion', due later this year. Love her or hate her, there is no denying that this is a winner.

The 25-year-old has already shot a video for the single and next week, she will deliver the first televised performance during her upcoming appearance on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon'. Watch the lyric video, which features a team of denim-clad dancers, beneath:

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New Music: Ariana Grande - 'Be Alright'

3/18/2016 0

With her third studio album 'Dangerous Woman' available for pre-order online and scheduled for release on May 20th, pop sweetheart Ariana Grande releases another new song from the forthcoming set in the form of "Be Alright", which she performed during her recent appearance on 'Saturday Night Live'. Take a listen to the studio version beneath:

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Rihanna Stuns On 'Vogue' Cover; Speaks On Beyoncé Rivalry, Romance & Drake

3/18/2016 0

Just two weeks after toying with her inner cowgirl on the cover of British Vogue, pop superstar Rihanna is back with a breathtaking cover for the April 2016 issue of the American edition of Vogue, which boldly proclaims, "It's Rihanna’s World".

In the issue, the "Work" singer gets real about a lot of topics including her long-rumored rivalry with Beyoncé, her current relationship status, Drake and her 'ANTI' album. Excerpts beneath:

On Her Rumored Rivalry With Beyoncé:
"They just get so excited to feast on something that’s negative. Something that’s competitive. Something that’s, you know, a rivalry. And that’s just not what I wake up to. Because I can only do me. And nobody else is going to be able to do that."

On Her Love Life:
"My schedule is so crazy right now. It’s definitely going to be a challenge when I do decide to pursue a relationship … but I have hope!"

On Drake:
"Everything he does is so amazing."

On Her 'ANTI' Album:
"I just gravitated toward the songs that were honest to where I’m at right now. It might not be some automatic record that will be Top 40. But I felt like I earned the right to do that now."

On Breaking Barriers & Feeling Empowered:
"Women feel empowered when they can do the things that are supposed to be only for men, you know? It breaks boundaries, it’s liberating, and it’s empowering when you feel like, Well, I can do that, too."

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'Greenleaf' Trailer: First Preview Of Oprah Winfrey In OWN's Mega-Church Series

3/18/2016 0

OWN has unveiled the first trailer for the new family megachurch drama 'Greenleaf', which marks the return of Oprah Winfrey to scripted television and will launch with a two-night premiere on Tuesday, June 21st, and Wednesday, June 22nd.

The series follows estranged daughter and disillusioned preacher Grace Greenleaf (Merle Dandridge) returning home on the occasion of the mysterious death of her sister. Upon reentering the world of the Memphis megachurch run by her parents, played by Lynn Whitfield and Keith David, she begins to realize that her family is being less than truthful.

Winfrey, who returns to the small screen after a two-decade absence and also executive produces the show, will play Grace’s aunt Mavis McCready in the series, which will finish out the 13-episode first season on Wednesday nights. Watch the first trailer for the series beneath:

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Kerry Washington Fronts 'Elle' Magazine

3/18/2016 0

Emmy-nominated actress Kerry Washington looks beautiful in a simply sweatshirt as she graces the April 2016 cover of Elle magazine, where she dishes on taking her power to the next level by starring in and executive producing the HBO film, 'Confirmation'.

In the film, which is slated to debut on April 16th, Washington plays Anita Hill, who famously accused then Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, and in the issue, she talks about the importance of the event, learning not to compromise, the strength that her 'Scandal' character gave her and looking up to Shonda Rhimes. Read excerpts beneath:

On The Importance of Anita Hill's Actions:
"This moment was so important because it created a language around women being able to protect themselves. The behavior that Anita Hill described was going on in a lot of offices throughout the country, and most people didn't think they were doing anything wrong. But this created awareness around that and around the need for women's voices to be heard in our public spaces, both testifying before Congress and sitting on the committee. It really was such a huge cultural shift."

On Speaking Her Truth Without Compromising:
"I'm a person who's always been politically active and passionate about people's rights. I marched against the [2004] Republican Convention. And as my career has expanded, it's been important for me to not stifle that voice. Because you want to be popular, you want people to hire you, and I have to make sure I don't do it less because I'm an actor."

On Olivia Pope Preparing Her For Motherhood:
"Even though Olivia Pope has obviously made the decision that she is not a mom," Washington says, in reference to the 2015 midseason finale, in which—spoiler—Pope gets an abortion, "playing her made me feel like I could be a mom. Because she knows there's always another way—there's always a way to fix it, there's always a way to solve it, to win. And I feel like playing her made me feel like, All right, I can do it. I will figure out how to juggle it all."

On Looking Up To Her Boss, Shonda Rhimes:
"She's been such an amazing resource, as a mom, and as a working mom...I am on one show and I have one kid, and she has three shows and three kids." Right now, she says, departing from her no-family-talk rule, her husband is at home listening to the audio version of Rhimes's book, the first-person self-help journey Year of Yes. "We bought it for a bunch of people for Christmas because I feel like it's a little bit of required reading."

The April issue of Elle will be available on newsstands nationwide on Tuesday, March 22nd.
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2016 BET Honors: Toni Braxton, Fantasia, Usher, Ledisi & More Perform

3/15/2016 0

"What Extraordinary Looks Like". Last night, the 2016 BET Honors aired and honored the achievements of music legend Patti Labelle, television maestro Lee Daniels, music executive L.A. Reid, attorney general Eric Holder and businesswoman Mellody Hobson.

The Arsenio Hall-hosted affair also featured performances from some of R&B's elite including Toni Braxton, Fantasia, Usher, Ledisi, Jazmine Sullivan and more. Watch beneath:

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Keri Hilson Announces Return To Music

3/15/2016 0

Miss Keri is gearing up for a return!!! Five years after her last studio album, R&B singer Keri Hilson has announced her musical return with 'L.I.A.R. (Love Is a Religion)', her third studio album, which will be preceded by the first single "Again".

Slated to debut on Friday, March 18th, the first single, which is produced by Mike WiLL-Made, see the newly-single singer singing, "I said I’d never do it again, but I turned around and I did it again / I know I said that this was the end, but I turned around and I did it again."

'L.I.A.R.', which will be released later this year, will address her hiatus from music and features contributions from Chris Brown, Polow Da Don, Timbaland, Danja and many more.
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New Music: Carrie Underwood Hilariously Duets On 'We Can't Stand Each Other'

3/15/2016 0

Carrie Underwood can sing anything and make it sound beautiful, and that couldn't be more evident than on "We Can't Stand Each Other", her new comedy duet with syndicated radio host Bobby Bones, where she sings about pee on the toilet seat.

The song is lifted from Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots' new musical comedy album 'The Critics Give It 5 Stars', and he admits that he was shocked that the country superstar agreed to record it, saying: "It did feel like I won the Powerball that she agreed to do it." Listen beneath:

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Ariana Grande Doubles Up On 'SNL'

3/13/2016 0

Pop starlet Ariana Grande started her promotional campaign for her upcoming 'Dangerous Woman' album, by pulling double duty as host and performer on 'Saturday Night Live', following in the path set by Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez and Britney Spears.

Aside for showing off her comedic chops in some memorable skits, she debuted the title track and "Be Alright", both of which will be featured on her third studio album. Watch beneath:

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"Dangerous Woman"

"Be Alright"

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Movie Trailer: Meryl Streep Plays Off-Key Singer In 'Florence Foster Jenkins'

3/13/2016 0

3x-Academy Award winner Meryl Streep stars as a talentless singer opposite Hugh Grant in the international trailer for 'Florence Foster Jenkins', a movie inspired by the real-life socialite who bought her way to Carnegie Hall. Watch the trailer for the film, due later this year, beneath:

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New Music: Gwen Stefani - 'Misery'

3/12/2016 0

With her third studio album 'This Is What The Truth Feels Like' available for pre-order online and scheduled for release on March 18th, Gwen Stefani releases another new song from the forthcoming set in the form of "Misery". Take a listen to her latest release beneath:

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Ciara & Russell Wilson Are Engaged

3/12/2016 0

R&B singer Ciara is set to wed Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson after he popped the question during a surprise vacation in the Seychelles.

"Following Paris Fashion Week, Russell surprised Ciara with a surprise holiday," her rep exclusively revealed to People magazine. "The biggest surprise was that Russell proposed to his new fiancée at the romantic private 'Honeymoon Beach' located on North Island."

She said Yes!!! Since Day 1 I knew you were the one. No Greater feeling... #TrueLove @Ciara

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"She said Yes!!! Since Day 1 knew you were the one. No Greater feeling… #TrueLove," Wilson captioned an Instagram video about the proposal. The singer tweeted "He got it ALLL…" and captioned the same video, "God is Good! Grateful For You @DangRussWilson. You Are Heaven Sent. I'm Looking Forward To Spending Forever With You."

This will be the first marriage for Ciara, who was previously engaged to and shares a 22-month-old son with rapper Future, and the second marriage for Wilson. Congratulations!!!
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New Music: Ariana Grande Releases New Single, 'Dangerous Woman'

3/11/2016 0

After the disappointing performance of her "Focus" single, pop starlet Ariana Grande switches gears on "Dangerous Woman", the lead single and title track from her forthcoming third studio album, which will arrive in stores on May 20th. Listen to the brand new single beneath:

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New Music: Kris Allen - 'I Remember You'

3/11/2016 0

With his fourth studio album 'Letting You In' available for pre-order online and scheduled for release on March 18th, alternative crooner and 'American Idol' winner Kris Allen releases another new song from the upcoming set in the form of "I Remember You". Listen below:

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New Music: Zayn Malik - 'Like I Would'

3/10/2016 0

With his debut studio album 'Mind of Mine' available for pre-order online and scheduled for release on March 25th, former One Direction member Zayn Malik releases another new song from the forthcoming set in the form of "Like I Would". Listen to his latest release beneath:

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Jennifer Aniston Dishes On Marriage, Bad Films & Aging In 'Harper's Bazaar'

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With her new film 'Mother's Day' set for a April 29th release, Jennifer Aniston graces the April issue of Harper's Bazaar, where she dishes on her normal marriage to actor Justin Theroux, being a little embarrassed by some of her films and taking control by embracing her age.

On Her Normal Marriage:
"Married life is so normal and fun and not much different. We felt married for so long."

On Being Embarrassed Of Some Of Her Films:
"There was a time when I worked and worked and worked. I loved it. I'm trying to be better at that. I'm a bit of a people pleaser. I've got to stop. Some of the movies I've made, I bow my head in slight shame over."

On Embracing Her Age:
"I feel better in my 40s. Not only do you feel better in your body physically, but you're mentally better. Because, say, in your 20s, you didn't know s--it. For me, in my 30s I was just trying to figure it all out. Then when you hit 40, you're like, 'Oh, okay. I got this."

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Lupita Nyong'o Shines On 'InStyle' Cover

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Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong'o is the epitome of beauty and poise on the April issue of InStyle magazine, where she opens up about diversity issues within the industry, how she stays passionate about her craft and trying to avoid the Oscar curse.

The 33-year-old actress is currently winning rave reviews in the Broadway production, 'Eclipsed', and has several films on the horizon including the live-action version of 'The Jungle Book' and the chess-prodigy drama 'Queen of Katwe'. Read excerpts of her interview beneath:

On Diversity:
"It’s a disappointment that the nominations this year have not reflected some of the work of people of color, and I hope this moment helps fuel that conversation. There is a real imbalance, from the very creation of the stories and who’s telling them, how, and why. Change has to happen with the writers, the studio, the marketers, the directors. That’s got to be diversified because there is a hunger for the expansion of the role of people of color in the center of narratives."

On Staying Passionate About Her Craft:
"Both my parents raised me to pursue the things that make me feel most alive—what you feel called to do—because that’s how you can have the most effect. That allowed me to get passionate about something that can sometimes seem as inconsequential as acting and then find important things to do with it."

On Avoiding The Oscar Curse:
"Right after the Oscars, I had no idea what I was going to do next. Zero clue. There’s a part of me that thought my life would go back to normal. Like at school. But it didn’t. I did not get out of that unscathed, you know?"
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Halle Berry In Talks To Join 'Kingsman 2'

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Academy Award winner Halle Berry signed with a new manager, Suzan Bymel, a founding partner of Management 360, in January, and it already seems to be paying off, because the actress is in talks to join 'Kingsman 2', the sequel to the 2015 hit.

In the Matthew Vaughan-directed film, Berry, who will next be seen in the thriller 'Kidnap' (to be released on May 13th), would play the head of the CIA and the discussions are reportedly for a two-picture deal, which means FOX is eyeing turning the franchise into a trilogy.
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Video: K. Michelle - 'Mindful'

3/10/2016 0

R&B songstress K. Michelle is angry and lets everyone in the local trailer park know it in the official music video for "Mindful", the T-Pain-featured single off her forthcoming third studio album 'More Issues Than Vogue'. Watch her unleash Slay Michelle in the video beneath:

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Blake Shelton Announces Album Title

3/10/2016 0

Country crooner Blake Shelton quickly climbed to No.1 on the iTunes chart when he released his new single, "Came Here To Forget", earlier this week and now, more details have emerged about his forthcoming album including its release date and title.

'If I’m Honest', his twelfth studio album, will arrive in stores and at digital retailers on May 20th, and Shelton could barely contain his excitement for the forthcoming project, saying: "This is the most excited I’ve been about a new album since the release of my second record."
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Iggy Azalea Reveals 'Team' Single Cover

3/09/2016 0

Slated to arrive on March 18th, Iggy Azalea has revealed the official single artwork for "Team", the lead single from her forthcoming sophomore album 'Digital Distortion'.

In her recent cover issue of Elle Canada, the award-winning rapper addressed the title of the upcoming disc, saying: "The album has a bit of an electronic, digital influence, so the name fits sonically, but then, of course, topically, we all know the different things that were said about me in 2015. Some of them were fair and some of them, I think, were unfair. I just think it’s interesting that we live in this age of digital distortion where we’re all distorting each other and distorting ourselves and our perception of who we all are, and none of it is really accurate anymore."
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New Music: Meghan Trainor Releases 'No'

3/09/2016 0

After her triumph Best New Artist win at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, pop star Meghan Trainor wastes no time getting back to business with "No", the first single from her upcoming sophomore album 'Thank You', which has been set for a May 13th release date.

"It's a big anthem for ladies about telling a dude, 'Nah, I'm good - I'm out here on my own, and I'm good with it,'" Trainor reveals about the Ricky Reed-produced single. "The scene is me in a club, and the dude comes up to me and I go, 'No no no. I don't need your hands all over me. I'm good. I'm gonna dance on my own with my girls.'" Listen to her latest female anthem beneath:

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Kim Kardashian West Takes Down Critics With Epic Rant & Another Nude Pic

3/08/2016 0

It looks like Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West are a match made in Twitter ranting heaven!!! In the vein of her husband, the reality superstar fired off a series of tweets last night after some celebrities including Bette Midler, Chloe Grace Moretz and Piers Morgan criticized her for the NSFW nude selfie (above) that she posted on Sunday, March 6th.

Midler joked that "[if] Kim wants us to see a part of her we've never seen, she's gonna have to swallow the camera." Moretz was a little more blunt. "I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies," the 19-year-old wrote, while Morgan brought up her hubby's financial woes.

It her a while to respond to all of her critics, because she was "busy cashing my $80 million video game check and transferring 53 million into our joint account," but once the mother of two did respond, it was all kinds of epic. See her Kanye-like responses and sounds off below:

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New Music: Blake Shelton Releases First Single, 'Came Here To Forget'

3/08/2016 0

Country crooner Blake Shelton draws from his personal life, including his divorce from Miranda Lambert and new romance with Gwen Stefani, for "Came Here To Forget", the lead single from his twelfth studio album, which will be released later this year.

Although 'The Voice' judge didn't write the song, with lyrics like "Girl getting over him / And I'm getting over her", it draws a definite parallel to his new life with Stefani, who also filed for divorce last year, and it even offers a possible reason for his split with Lambert, who was the subject of cheating rumors, as he sings about "getting even with her". Take a listen below:

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