Jennifer Hudson Walks It Out On New Timbaland Track

In: Donovan, Music
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Sissy that walk J-Hud. The Dreamgirls actress slays it with her new slammin’ slow jam. Don’t mess with this leaner and sassier version.

Walk It Out” comes from prolific producer Timbaland and features lyrics by Lyrica Anderson. The track is the official follow up to her infectious “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)” off her upcoming third studio album. It’s an interesting decision to slow things down as the lucrative summer season is just around the corner, but I like it. I’m always down for a slinky sensual jam. Give it a listen below.

listen to the track after the jump

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Arguably the best thing about That Awkward Moment are all the shirtless scenes with Zac Efron. MTV also agrees. The network bestowed the 26-year-old with a Best Shirtless Performance award at this year’s MTV Movie Awards. Jessica Alba and Rita Ora presented the award to Efron with Alba intentionally mispronouncing his name. The latter persuaded Zac to deliver his speech shirtless by jokingly ripping off his shirt.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was the biggest winner of the night with three popcorn statues. In a three-way tie for second place were We’re the Millers, The Wolf of Wall Street and This Is the End with two apiece. Check out Efron in all his shirtless glory below.

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Lana Del Rey Debuts New Track ‘West Coast’

In: Donovan, Music
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Lana Del Rey performed her new single for the first time at Coachella this weekend. On Monday morning, the 27-year-old chanteuse released the official audio for “West Coast,” the first cut off her forthcoming album Ultraviolence. The track was co-written by Rick Nowels and Lana herself with Dan Auerbach on producing duties.

The guitar-driven track is slinky and less moody than her previous offerings. Her smoky vocals are sublime. “West Coast” includes references from Quentin Tarantino, Stevie Nicks and the New Radicals. I’m loving the ‘ooh baby, ooh baby’ homage from “Edge of Seventeen.” Give the track a listen below which features Del Rey and some dude frolicking at a beach on a loop.

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Well, the moment’s arrived: White Party Palm Springs’ Talent is revealed! And, I can’t WAIT to get down there!

The biggest name of all for me is definitely G.R.L.. A newer name to the scene I’m currently OBSESSED with their song Ugly Heart and they’re blowing up the charts right now with their featured performance on Pitbull‘s Wild Wild Love single. While I would never touch the man sexually, he himself seems to have the Midas touch these days and everything and everyone he attaches to turns to gold and these ladies are no exception. The all-girl band was formed by Homorazzi’s ever-loved Pussycat Dolls’ Robin Antin and includes a collection of 5 talented girls from America, Britain and even our home up here in Canada. Covering all their bases they’re looking to rock out the Sunday T-Dance which was dominated last year by Icona Pop and I’m sure G.R.L. will be able to fill the big stilettos left by those babes (WHOM I got a kiss from, just sayin’!).

Click through to read about the rest of the talent for WPPS 2014

Once Upon A Time Co-Stars Get Hitched

In: Celeb Gossip & News, Donovan
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Snow White and Prince Charming finally have their happily ever after. At least the actors who play them have.

Ginnifer Goodwin (35) and Josh Dallas (32) who play the iconic fairy tale characters tied the knot this weekend in an intimate ceremony in California. The two met on the set of Once Upon A Time and are expecting their first child.

Ginnifer is one lucky gal. I’ve been crushin’ on Josh for years. Congrats to the happy couple.

Is This The Worst Wheel Of Fortune Contestant Ever?

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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Earlier this year we met Emil who stunned Pat Sajak by solving the final puzzle with practically no letters showing. Now, we meet the complete opposite. Indiana University’s Julian could arguably be one of the worst contestants ever to compete on the Wheel of Fortune. Not only did he choke once, not twice, but three times.

His biggest gaffe by far was being unable to pronounce the first puzzle even though all the letters were shown. Making matters worse was the fact one million dollars was on the line. Julian followed up that choke by letting a car slip through his fingers by messing up the next puzzle. Any takers that Indiana University is probably cringing that this was their representative during college week? Check out all of Julian’s greatest misses below.

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Out of all the videos I’ve seen of this year’s Coachella performances, Pharrell’s set is the one that has me jealous I wasn’t there to witness it live. The 41-year-old put on a fantastic hour-long show featuring some big cameos.

Long before his massive 2013 year, Williams was one half of the Neptunes who were responsible for churning out huge hits in the mid-90s. Some of those who scored hits due to Pharrell’s genius returned the favor and made surprise cameos during his set.

Nelly set the crowd in a tizzy with “Hot In Herre” as did Snoop Dogg for “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Busta Rhymes and Puff Daddy also dropped by to revisit “Pass the Courvoisier Pt. 2.” The biggest surprise, and my favorite, Gwen Stefani belted out “Hollaback Girl.” In Pharrell’s words, Stefani is the most “awesome, rad girl in the world.” She’s simply the queen. Check out the entire set below.

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The 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles Saturday night. Among those honored include Orange Is The New Black actress Laverne Cox, HBO mini-series Behind The Candelabra, moving documentary Bridegroom and Jennifer Lopez.

The American Idol judge was honored with this year’s Vanguard Award, presented to her by Rita Moreno. She received it for her efforts to increase visibility and understanding of the LGBT community through entertainment.

The Fosters, which she executive produces for ABC Family, won Best Drama Series. The show follows the lives of the titular Foster family, consisting of an interracial lesbian couple raising a blended family of biological, adopted and foster children. During her acceptance speech, she talked about her cool aunt who happened to be gay. Watch her speech below.

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