February 2017 - Celebrity Bug


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Celebrity Bug's Top 10 Couples Of 2017

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Before the month of February comes to a end, we unveil our ninth annual list of the Top 10 Couples and after three consecutive years at the top, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West are dethroned by Russell Wilson and Ciara, who lead the list that includes Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston and more. Full list beneath:


Russell Wilson & Ciara - *** Top Couple of 2017 ***

Barack Obama & Michelle Obama
Dwyane Wade & Gabrielle Union
George & Amal Clooney
Justin Theroux & Jennifer Aniston
Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel
Kanye West & Kim Kardashian West
Keith Urban & Nicole Kidman
Mike Fisher & Carrie Underwood
Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively
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Video: Keyshia Cole Featuring Remy Ma & French Montana - 'You'

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R&B singer Keyshia Cole has premiere the 'Thin Line Between Love and Hate'-inspired video for "You", the lead single, which features Remy Ma and French Montana, from her forthcoming album '1111 Reset', due in stores later this year. Watch it beneath:

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Video: Ariana Grande - 'Everyday'

2/27/2017 0

Pint size songstress Ariana Grande has premiered the Future-assisted video for "Everyday", the fourth single lifted from her 'Dangerous Woman' album, which she is currently promoting on a world tour that will wrap on June 17th. Watch the video beneath:

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2017 Academy Awards: Winners

2/27/2017 0

'La La Land' came into the night with a leading 14 nominations and although the musical won the most awards with 6 victories, 'Moonlight' took home the top award of the night for Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday, February 26th.

Casey Affleck and Emma Stone were named Best Actor and Best Actress for 'Manchester By the Sea' and 'La La Land' (respectively), while in the supporting categories, Marhershala Ali and Viola Davis were awarded for their work in 'Moonlight' and 'Fences' (respectively).

Peep the complete list of winners from the annual ceremony beneath:


Best Picture

Best Director
Damien Chazelle, 'La La Land'

Best Actor
Casey Affleck, 'Manchester By the Sea'

Best Actress
Emma Stone, 'La La Land'

Best Supporting Actor
Marhershala Ali, 'Moonlight'

Best Supporting Actress
Viola Davis, 'Fences'

Best Animated Feature

Best Original Song
"City of Stars", La La Land

Best Original Screenplay
'Manchester by the Sea'

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Foreign Language Film
'The Salesman'

Best Documentary - Feature
'O.J.: Made in America'

Best Documentary - Short Subject
'The White Helmets'

Best Live Action Short Film

Best Animated Short Film

Best Original Score
'La La Land'

Best Sound Editing

Best Sound Mixing
'Hacksaw Ridge'

Best Production Design
'La La Land'

Best Cinematography
'La La Land'

Best Makeup And Hairstyling
'Suicide Squad'

Best Costume Design
'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

Best Film Editing
'Hacksaw Ridge'

Best Visual Effects
'The Jungle Book'
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Emma Stone Scores Academy Award Win For Best Actress [Video]

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Completing her awards season sweep, Emma Stone was named Best Actress at the 89th Academy Awards for her role as Mia in the winning film 'La La Land', at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday, February 26th.

The actress defeated Isabelle Huppert in 'Elle', Ruth Negga in 'Loving', Natalie Portman in 'Jackie' and Meryl Streep in 'Florence Foster Jenkins'. Watch her speech below:

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Casey Affleck Wins Academy Award For Best Actor In Thrilling Race [Video]

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It was a hard fought battle, but Casey Affleck came out on top and was rewarded with a golden statue for Best Actor at 89th AAcademy Awards for his subtle performance in 'Manchester by the Sea' at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday, February 26th.

The actor defeated Andrew Garfield for 'Hacksaw Ridge', Ryan Gosling for 'La La Land', Viggo Mortensen for 'Captain Fantastic' and Denzel Washington for 'Fences'. Watch his long overdue acceptance speech for his first even Oscar and sound off with your thoughts below:

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2017 Academy Awards: Sting, Lin-Manuel Miranda & John Legend Perform [Video]

2/26/2017 0

After Justin Timberlake opened the 89th Academy Awards with "Can't Stop the Feeling", the other Best Original Song contenders were performed by Sting, Lin-Manuel Miranda with Auli’i Cravalho and John Legend, who performed a 'La La Land' medley. Watch beneath:

Sting - "The Empty Chair"

Lin-Manuel Miranda & Auli’i Cravalho - "How Far I'll Go"

John Legend - "City of Stars" & "Audition (The Fools Who Dream)"

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Viola Davis Scores Academy Award Win For Best Supporting Actress [Video]

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Actress Viola Davis completed her award season sweep with a Best Supporting Actress win at the 89th Academy Awards for her emotional and powerful performance in 'Fences' at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday, February 26th.

On her path to victory, Davis defeated Naomi Harris in 'Moonlight', Nicole Kidman in 'Lion', Octavia Spencer in 'Hidden Figures' and Michelle Williams in 'Manchester by the Sea'.

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Mahershala Ali Wins Academy Award For Best Supporting Actor [Video]

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Actor Mahershala Ali expectantly pulled out a victory for Best Supporting Actor at the 89th Academy Awards for his heartfelt performance in 'Moonlight' at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Sunday, February 26th.

On his path to victory, Ali defeated Jeff Bridges in 'Hell or High Water', Lucas Hedges in 'Manchester by the Sea', Dev Patel in 'Lion' and Michael Shannon in 'Nocturnal Animals'.

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2017 Academy Awards: Kimmel Takes On Damon, Trump & Streep In Opener [Video]

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In his opening monologue, host Jimmel Kimmel wasted no time at the 89th Academy Awards, and took shot at everyone from his longtime nemesis Matt Damon, President Donald Trump and actress Meryl Streep. Watch his opening monologue and sound off below:

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2017 Academy Awards: Justin Timberlake Performs 'Can't Stop The Feeling' [Video]

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Pop superstar Justin Timberlake opened the 89th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, with a performance of his chart-topping hit "Can't Stop the Feeling", which is nominated for Best Original Song, from 'Trolls'. Watch the performance beneath:

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2017 Academy Awards: Arrivals

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Gracing yet another red carpet, Viola Davis, who is nominated for emotional performance in 'Fences', was red hot in a Armani Privé creation at the 89th Academy Awards.

Held in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, February 26th, the stunning actress was just one of many stars on the red carpet as a bevy of Hollywood elite including Halle Berry, Justin Timberlake, Taraji P. Henson, John Legend, Emma Stone, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson and more in attendance. View all of the red carpet arrivals from the event beneath:

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New Music: Remy Ma Takes Aim At Nicki Minaj On Diss Track 'Shether'

2/25/2017 0

Nicki Minaj has awoken the beast! After taking shots at Remy Ma on her "Swalla" and "Make Love" verses, the rapper unleashes a fiery of attacks on the Young Money rapper on "Shether", a seven-minute diss, which is a play on Nas' "Ether" diss towards Jay Z. Listen below:

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2017 Epitome Of Film Awards: Winners

2/25/2017 0

It is less than 24 hours until the winners of the 89th Academy Awards are announced, but before that big reveal, the winners of the 2017 Epitome of Film Awards are here.

Honoring outstanding achievement in motion pictures, the complete list of winners see the top three performers in each category bestowed with first, second and third place labels.

'La La Land' sneaks out a victory over 'Moonlight' for Outstanding Feature Film and tops the list of winners with seven victories, while the latter follows closely behind with three wins.

Denzel Washington beats out Casey Affleck to win Outstanding Lead Actor for his towering performance in 'Fences', while Emma Stone claims Outstanding Lead Actress for her role in 'La La Land'. In the supporting categories, Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis win for 'Moonlight' and 'Fences', respectively. Peep the complete list of winners beneath:


Outstanding Feature Film
1st: ‘La La Land’
2nd: ‘Moonlight’
3rd: ‘Hidden Figures’

Outstanding Lead Actor
1st: Denzel Washington, ‘Fences’
2nd: Casey Affleck, ‘Manchester by the Sea’
3rd: Ryan Gosling, ‘La La Land’

Outstanding Lead Actress
1st: Emma Stone, ‘La La Land’
2nd: Isabelle Huppert, ‘Elle’
3rd: Natalie Portman, ‘Jackie’

Outstanding Supporting Actor
1st: Mahershala Ali, ‘Moonlight’
2nd: Dev Patel, ‘Lion’
3rd: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Outstanding Supporting Actress
1st: Viola Davis, ‘Fences’
2nd: Michelle Williams, ‘Manchester by the Sea’
3rd: Naomie Harris, ‘Moonlight’

Outstanding Ensemble
1st: ‘Moonlight’
2nd: ‘Hidden Figures’
3rd: ‘Manchester by the Sea’

Outstanding Direction
1st: Damien Chazelle, ‘La La Land’
2nd: Barry Jenkins, ‘Moonlight’
3rd: Denis Villeneuve, ‘Arrival’

Outstanding Screenplay
1st: ‘Moonlight’
2nd: ‘Manchester by the Sea’
3rd: ‘La La Land’

Outstanding Visual Affects
1st: ‘The Jungle Book’
2nd: ‘Doctor Strange’
3rd: ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’

Outstanding Animated Film
1st: ‘Zootopia’
2nd: ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’
3rd: ‘Moana’

Outstanding Score
1st: ‘La La Land’
2nd: ‘Moonlight’
3rd: ‘Lion’

Outstanding Song
1st: “City of Stars” from ‘La La Land’
2nd: “How Far I'll Go” from ‘Moana’
3rd: “Can't Stop the Feeling” from ‘Trolls’

Outstanding Costume
1st: ‘La La Land’
2nd: ‘Jackie’
3rd: ‘Hidden Figures’

Outstanding Make-Up & Styling
1st: ‘Star Trek Beyond’
2nd: ‘A Man Called Ove’
3rd: ‘Suicide Squad’

Outstanding Cinematography
1st: ‘La La Land’
2nd: ‘Lion’
3rd: ‘Arrival’
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2017 BRIT Awards: Performances By Katy Perry, Bruno Mars & Ed Sheeran

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Pop superstars Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran were among the performers that hit the stage at the 2017 BRIT Awards, at The O2 Arena in London on February 22nd, to perform their latest singles. Watch their performances and sound off with your thoughts beneath:

Katy Perry

Bruno Mars

Ed Sheeran

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Jennifer Lopez Dishes On Dating Younger Men, New Music & More With 'Ellen'

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With two shows ('Shades of Blue' and 'World of Dance'), her Las Vegas residency and new music on the horizon, Jennifer Lopez stopped by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' this week to talk about her latest projects and her love life including that rumored romance with Drake.

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Video: Katy Perry Featuring Skip Marley - 'Chained To The Rhythm'

2/25/2017 0

Pop superstar Katy Perry metaphorically paints a picture of the broken system in the official music video for "Chained To the Rhythm", the first single lifted from her forthcoming fourth studio album, which is expected to hit stores later this year. Watch the video beneath:

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Video: Lady GaGa - 'John Wayne'

2/24/2017 0

Pop superstar Lady GaGa goes on a wild ride in the official video for "John Wayne", a track taken from her chart-topping 'Joanne' album and the clip, directed by Jonas Akerlund, was released shortly after her earth-shattering performance at Super Bowl LI. Watch it beneath:

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2017 Academy Of Country Music Awards: Complete List Of Nominations

2/24/2017 0

Last week, the Academy of Country Music announced the nominees for their forthcoming awards ceremony, and superstar Keith Urban leads the pack with seven nominations including Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year for 'Ripcord'.

Miranda Lambert and newcomer Maren Morris, who will compete with Carrie Underwood for Female Vocalist, follow closely behind with six nominations each, while Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley will once again play triples duty by serving as hosts, performers and nominees.


Entertainer Of The Year
Jason Aldean
Luke Bryan
Florida Georgia Line
Carrie Underwood
Keith Urban

Male Vocalist Of The Year
Jason Aldean
Dierks Bentley
Thomas Rhett
Chris Stapleton
Keith Urban

Female Vocalist Of The Year
Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris
Kacey Musgraves
Carrie Underwood

Album Of The Year
Dierks Bentley, 'Black'
Florida Georgia Line, 'Dig Your Roots'
Maren Morris, 'Hero'
Keith Urban, 'Ripcord'
Miranda Lambert, 'The Weight of These Wings'

Single Of The Year
"Blue Ain’t Your Color" (Keith Urban)
"H.O.L.Y." (Florida Georgia Line)
"Humble And Kind" (Tim McGraw)
"My Church" (Maren Morris)
"Vice" (Miranda Lambert)

Song Of The Year
"Blue Ain’t Your Color" (Keith Urban)
"Die A Happy Man" (Thomas Rhett)
"Humble And Kind" (Tim McGraw)
"Kill A Word" (Eric Church Featuring Rhiannon Giddens)
"Tennessee Whiskey" (Chris Stapleton)
"Vice" (Miranda Lambert)

Vocal Duo Of The Year
Big & Rich
Brothers Osborne
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
Maddie & Tae

Vocal Group Of The Year
Eli Young Band
Lady Antebellum
Little Big Town
Old Dominion
Rascal Flatts

New Male Vocalist Of The Year
Kane Brown
Chris Janson
Chris Lane
Jon Pardi
Brett Young

New Female Vocalist Of The Year
Lauren Alaina
Brandy Clark
Maren Morris

New Vocal Duo or Group Of The Year
A Thousand Horses
Brothers Osborne
Dan + Shay
Maddie & Tae

Video Of The Year
Chris Stapleton, "Fire Away"
Artists of Then, Now & Forever, "Forever Country"
Tim McGraw, "Humble And Kind"
Kelsea Ballerini, "Peter Pan"
Miranda Lambert, "Vice"

Vocal Event Of The Year
Dierks Bentley featuring Elle King, "Different For Girls"
Artists of Then, Now & Forever, "Forever Country"
Florida Georgia Line featuring Tim McGraw, "May We All"
Kenny Chesney featuring Pink, "Setting the World On Fire"
Chris Young featuring Cassadee Pope, "Think of You"

Songwriter Of The Year
Ashley Gorley
Luke Laird
Hillary Lindsey
Shane McAnally
Lori McKenna
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Video: Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood - 'The Fighter' | Behind The Scenes

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Fresh off their performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards, country superstars Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood have unveiled the official video for their poppy collaboration 'The Fighter', the fifth single lifted from his nominated 'Ripcord' album. Watch the video beneath:

Behind the Scenes

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2017 Grammys: Best & Worst Dressed

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The 59th Annual Grammy Awards took place at the Staples Center on Sunday, February 12th, and while there was a lot of focus on the winners, there was just as much attention on what the stars wore and whether they slayed or disappointed.

In our latest Fabulous 5 segment, we share are our five choices for the best and worst dressed celebrities at the annual event, which includes our overall top choice. Peep our selections below:

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OVERALL BEST DRESSED: Demi Lovato in Julien Macdonald

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BEST: Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo

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WORST: Taraji P. Henson in Marc Jacobs

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BEST: Rihanna in Armani Privé

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WORST: CeeLo Green

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BEST: Lady GaGa in Alex Ulichny

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WORST: Joy Villa

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BEST: Beyonce in Peter Dundas

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WORST: Adele in Givenchy Couture

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2017 Grammy Awards: Winners

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It was another sweep for Adele at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards!!! The pop superstar became the second woman to win Album of the Year twice collecting all five of the trophies that she was nominated for, while the late David Bowie also won five trophies.

Other winners included Chance the Rapper, who collected three trophies including Best New Artist and Best Rap Album, and Beyoncé, who won two trophies including Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Music Video. Peep the list of winners beneath:


Album of the Year
Adele, 25

Record of the Year
Adele, "Hello"

Song of the Year
Adele, "Hello"

Best New Artist
Chance the Rapper

Best Pop Solo Performance
Adele, "Hello"

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Twenty One Pilots, "Stressed Out"

Best Pop Vocal Album
Adele, 25

Best Dance Recording
The Chainsmokers, "Don't Let Me Down (feat. Daya)"

Best Dance Album
Flume, Skin

Best Rock Performance
David Bowie, "Blackstar"

Best Rock Song (awarded to songwriters)
David Bowie, "Blackstar"

Best Rock Album
Cage the Elephant, Tell Me I'm Pretty

Best Alternative Music Album
David Bowie, Blackstar

Best R&B Performance
Solange, "Cranes in the Sky"

Best R&B Song
Maxwell, "Lake by the Ocean"

Best Urban Contemporary Album
Beyoncé, Lemonade

Best R&B Album
Lalah Hathaway, Lalah Hathaway Live

Best Rap Performance
Chance the Rapper, "No Problem (feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz)"

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
Drake, "Hotline Bling"

Best Rap Song
Drake, "Hotline Bling"

Best Rap Album
Chance the Rapper, Coloring Book

Best Country Solo Performance
Maren Morris, "My Church"

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
Pentatonix, "Jolene (feat. Dolly Parton)"

Best Country Song
Tim McGraw, "Humble and Kind"

Best Country Album
Sturgill Simpson, A Hero's Guide to Earth

Best Musical Theater Album
The Color Purple

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media
Miles Ahead

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media
John Williams, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Best Song Written for Visual Media (awarded to songwriters)
Justin Timberlake, "Can't Stop the Feeling!"

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical
Greg Kurstin

Best Music Video
Beyoncé, "Formation"

Best Music Film
The Beatles, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week the Touring Years

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2017 Grammy Awards: Performances

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Music superstar Beyoncé brought down the house with a flawlessly beautiful performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, which saw her perform "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" from her winning 'Lemonade' album, in Los Angeles on February 12th.

Other performers of the night include: Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Alicia Keys, Keith Urban with Carrie Underwood, The Weeknd, Adele and more. Watch all the action beneath:

Adele - "Hello"

The Weekend with Daft Punk - "I Feel It Coming"

Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood - "The Fighter"

Ed Sheeran - "Shape of You"

Lukas Graham & Kelsea Ballerini - "7 Years" & "Peter Pan"

Beyonce - "Love Drought" & "Sandcastles"

Bruno Mars - "That's What I Like"

Katy Perry - "Chained to the Rhythm"

Maren Morris with Alicia Keys - "Once"

George Michael Tribute: Adele - "Fast Love"

Lady Gaga & Metallica

Gary Clark Jr. & William Bell - "Born Under a Bad Sign"

Sturgill Simpson with The Dap Kings - "All Around You"

Prince Tribute: The Time & Bruno Mars

John Legend with Cynthia Erivo - "God Only Knows"

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2017 Grammy Awards: Arrivals

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Nominated for five awards including Album of the Year, British songstress Adele had the crowd green with envy as commanded the red carpet in a Givenchy gown at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, which are being held at the Staples Center on Sunday, February 12th.

Other stars that hit the red carpet included: Jennifer Lopez, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Nick Jonas, Carrie Underwood, Lady GaGa and more. Peep the celebrity arrivals beneath:

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Super Bowl LI: Tom Brady Leads Patriots To Fifth Win In Overtime Thriller

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New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady mounted the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history and cemented his position as the greatest quarterback ever with 34-28 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Read details of the team's historic victory beneath:

Tom Brady Leads Greatest Comeback In Super Bowl History

Down 25 points in the third quarter, Brady delivered the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history on Sunday, befitting of his status as greatest quarterback of all time.

New England, down and almost out against Atlanta in the third quarter, stormed back to force overtime and then won their fifth Super Bowl, 34-28. Brady captured his fourth Super Bowl MVP award by throwing for 466 yards and two touchdowns.

Brady and company officially claimed the Lombardi Trophy after James White capped the Patriots’ overtime drive with a 2-yard touchdown run, ending an eight-play, 75-yard drive against a gassed Falcons defense.

“It was unbelievable,” Brady said afterward. By rule, a team scoring a touchdown on the first possession of overtime is the winner. Atlanta never got the ball.

The victory will go down as arguably the sweetest in Patriots lore, as team owner Robert Kraft said as much in the postgame celebration as he received the championship trophy from commissioner Roger Goodell, a ceremony that was equally loud in cheers for the champs and boos for the league commish.

“A lot has transpired over the last two years”, Kraft said, obviously talking about deflate-gate. “I don’t think that needs any explanation.”

The win was historic in nature.

Comparatively unknown, yet undaunted, the Falcons jumped New England and appeared to be cruising to the franchise’s first Lombardi.

With speedy playmakers on both sides of the ball, the Falcons ran the vaunted Patriots off the field early, jumping to leads of 21-0 and 28-3 in what looked to be an unexpected rout. Previously no team that ever trailed by more than 10 points in a Super Bowl had come back to win.

Yet Tom Brady and the Pats refused to quit.

Facing the kind of massive second-half deficit that in the past has caused so many Super Bowl teams to quit and face a blowout, the Pats bucked up, with Brady visibly working the sideline, shouting at his teammates to keep fighting.

There was a Brady to James White 5-yard touchdown pass. Then there was a Stephen Gostkowski field goal. Then, after a strip sack by Donte Hightower of Matt Ryan set the Pats up deep in Atlanta territory, Brady hit Danny Amendola for a 6-yard touchdown. They then converted the two-point conversion.

With less than three minutes left, Brady, trailing 28-20, led an epic 91-yard touchdown drive that will rank among the most astounding in league history.

“He was the same as he always is – cool, calm and collected,” said Patriots receiver Danny Amendola. “He’s the leader, the general, the best ever and that is the end of the story.”

They moved the chains on an out to Chris Hogan and then another to Malcolm Mitchell. Then Julian Edelman caught a wild one after a deflection that was the Patriots’ answer to the old helmet catch that once did them in. That one went to 28. Three plays later James White scored on a 1-yard run. Then Brady hit Amendola for the tying two-point conversion.

White finished with 14 receptions for 110 yards and totaled three touchdowns, one receiving and two rushing, one of which made the Patriots champions.

The story of the victory will be retold for generations in New England. The story of the collapse will be mourned for just as long in Georgia.
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Lady GaGa Electrifies Houston With High Flying Super Bowl LI Halftime Show

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Mother Monster is here and she came to slay!!! Lady GaGa jumped from the roof and brought the house down with all of her hits from "Just Dance" to "A Million Reasons", as she put on an energetic halftime show for Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas. Watch the performance beneath:

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Luke Bryan Adequately Performs National Anthem At Super Bowl LI

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Country superstar Luke Bryan was invited to perform "The Star Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl LI, which was held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on Sunday, February 5th, and the 2x-CMA Entertianer of the Year did a solid job. Watch his acapella performance beneath:

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Video: Mariah Carey Feat. YG - 'I Don't'

2/05/2017 0

Pop songstress Mariah Carey has released a new video for the break-up ballad "I Don't", and the video shows the singer is shown hurling a wedding dress into a fire pit — perhaps even the same dress she bought for her wedding to the Australian billionaire James Packer.

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Beyoncé Expecting Twins With Jay Z

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Earlier this week, Beyoncé announced that she is expecting twins with her husband Jay Z on Instagram in a photo that has become the most-liked photo ever on the social media outlet with over 9.8 million likes and over 460,000 comments from fans.

"We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes", the singer, who is scheduled to perform at the Grammy Awards on February 12th, wrote.

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Featured Artist: Big Sean

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Big Sean releases his new 'I Decided' album on Friday (February 3rd) and coinciding with its release, he earns the honor of becoming Featured Artist of the Month for February 2017.

The album has already produced the singles, "Bounce Back" and "Moves", as well as, "Sunday Morning Jetpack", which he debuted on 'Saturday Night Live' earlier this year.
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Keyshia Cole Performs 'You' On 'Kimmel' With Remy Ma & French Montana

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Fresh off unveiling her new single last week, R&B songstress Keyshia Cole stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', with Remy Ma and French Montana in tow for the first performance of their collaboration "You", and she also used the outing to debut "Incapable", another new song set to be featured on her upcoming '1111 Reset' album. Watch the shaky performances beneath:

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2017 SAG Awards: Best & Worst Dressed

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The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, January 29th, and while there was a lot of focus on the winners, there was just as much attention on what the stars wore and whether they slayed or disappointed.

In our latest Fabulous 5 segment, we share are our five choices for the best and worst dressed celebrities at the annual event, which includes our overall top choice. Peep our selections below:

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BEST DRESSED: Yara Shahidi in Naeem Khan

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WORST DRESSED: Salma Hayek in Gucci

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BEST: Kerry Washington in Roberto Cavalli

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WORST: Nicole Kidman in Gucci

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BEST: Rami Malek in Dior Homme

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WORST: Kate Hudson in Dior

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BEST: Taraji P. Henson in Reem Acra

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WORST: Thandie Newton in Schiaparelli Couture

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BEST: Kirsten Dunst in Dior

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WORST: Janelle Monae in Chanel
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