Vibe dropped dime that Beyonce and Rihanna were initially enlisted to perform the Grammys George Michael tribute alongside Adele but obviously, that didn’t happen.
But how about Christian community is bashing Beyoncé over her Grammys performance? According to The Shade Room, they accuse her of "likening herself to God" after wearing an ensemble that incorporated the deity, Oshun -- which is known as the goddess of the river, water, luxury, pleasure, sexuality and fertility, beauty and love that reflects the Ifá and Yoruba religions. Others are upset that Bey is being slammed for paying homage to the African goddess.
That ain’t all.
Carlos Santana has said that Adele earned her Grammy win over Beyoncé, telling the Australian Associated Press, "I think that Adele won because she can sing, sing. With all respect to our sister Beyoncé, Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it’s more like modeling kind of music ― music to model a dress ― she’s not a singer, singer, with all respect to her…Adele can sing, sing. She doesn’t bring all the dancers and props, she can just stand there and she just stood there and sang the song and that’s it, and this is why she wins."
Well, when the Beyhive began to buzz and sting, he backpedaled on Facebook Tuesday:
"My intent was to congratulate Adele on her amazing night at the Grammies. [sic] My comment about Beyonce was regretfully taken out of context," the guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer wrote. "I have the utmost respect for her as an artist and a person. She deserves all the accolades that come her way. I wish Beyonce and her family all the best."
How about that Carpool Karaoke, though?
An extended trailer for Carpool Karaoke: The Series, a standalone show based on James Corden's popular Late Late Show segment is available on YouTube. Check out the other celebs in it, as well.
Carpool Karaoke: The Series will premiere on Apple Music.
Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell had an extra special Valentine's Day. The Kenan and Kel actor took to social media to announce he and wife Asia Lee are expecting their first child together.
After 15 years and 33 seasons, ABC's The Bachelor/Bachelorette cast its first black Bachelorette.
Took long enough. Sheesh.
Rachel L. Lindsay, a 31-year-old lawyer from Texas, will be the first African-American lead on The Bachelorette. She’s currently on The Bachelor vying for Nick’s heart.
(Spoiler alert: she doesn’t win.)
The announcement came on Monday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! If you missed it, check it out.
This upcoming Monday, gear up for drama on part one of the LHHNY reunion. Here's a look. (Language / subject matter advisory)
Cardi B. won’t return next go round but hopes her sister Hennessey has a bigger role. In the meantime, she and Offset of Migos confirmed they're an item yesterday.
LHHATL returns in March. BTW, Stevie J, is no longer demanding that his baby mama, Joseline Hernandez, be drug tested in their legal battle over the custody of their newborn daughter. According to The Jasmine Brand, Stevie filed a voluntary dismissal on his request for Joseline to be drug tested, as well as his request for primary custody. The custody and support order for the case has yet to be determined for little Bonnie Bella.
(Photo credit: VH1 via Instagram)
Fat Joe was in him feelings after losing the Grammy for Best Rap Song to Chance the Rapper. He posted on IG:
I hear you gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy! Whats the Chance of that lol Theres always next year Plata O Plomo season. This Friday!!! #plataoplomo
Chance and Fat Joe fans clapped back while other rappers gave love to Chance--including Drake.