The 54th Annual Grammy Awards was a star studded event that featured the hottest acts in music today and also featured a heart warming tribute to the late singer, Whitney Houston. Take a look at the Artists and celebrities arriving on… Continue
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Despite not winning a golf tournament and being involved in a messy divorce, Tiger Woods still managed to rake in a hefty $105 million in 2010. Good enough to land him at # 5 on Forbes’ List of Hollywood’s 20 Highest Earning for the year.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey ($315 million), along…Continue
Who says America's Sweetheart can be a thug? Just ask Taylor Swift.
When she debuted “Innocent” during Sunday's VMAs, the song seemed pretty clearly aimed at Kanye West. With lyrics like “32 and still growing up now” and a video montage of Yeezy's now infamous "I'ma let you finish" debacle where he rushed the stage during the country singer's award acceptance speech in 2009, it's hard to deny.
One year after Kanye West stole Taylor Swift's thunder in epic fashion at the MTV Video Music Awards, the attention seeker is at it again, however, this time she's fighting back.
Last weekend, West tweeted that he "wrote a song for Taylor that's so beautiful," and if she rejects it, then he'll perform it for her. Well, warm up that Auto-Tune machine, Kanye, because sources tell me she wants nothing to do with… Continue
He's a Grammy Award-winning, multiplatinum hip-hop star who's scored a host of top 10 hits, collaborated with heavy hitters from T.I. to Tim McGraw, owns a label and a successful clothing line and is celebrating his 10th anniversary in music.
But for rapper Nelly's teenage daughter, the biggest validation that her father is still "cool" came only last week-from Taylor Swift. "I'm so in love with that new Nelly…Continue
"50 did good switching his flow. he rarely does. and it was a breath of fresh air. you always do what the beat tells you. and he was saying some hard, street, real d boy stuff. if you didn't live it or witness it first hand, it will go over your…"