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It was widely rumored Beyonce would debut new music at the Super Bowl 50 Half-time Show. As expected, Queen Bey delivered. Equally as expected, she did it exclusively on Tidal. When will they stop trying to make that streaming service a thing? So not fetch.

As with many of Bey’s music in recent years, “Formation” doesn’t immediately scream hit. Given her quirky lyric pronunciations and killer choreography, it’ll probably grow on me. Plus, there’s no way her loyal Bey Hive will let this fail.

Check out the video below which finds the 34-year-old singer getting crunk in the dirty south, New Orleans specifically, with her all-female army. It’s by far her most political clip yet, touching upon police brutality and more timely topics.

Weigh in afterwards if you think B has a hit or flop on her hands. PS. The Red Lobster lyric has already gone viral.

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Looks like Nicki Minaj isn’t letting her beef with Miley Cyrus die anytime soon. The 33-year-old rapper throws some shade at the “Wrecking Ball” singer on a new remix for Yo Gotti’s “Down in the DM.”

“He said ‘Kylie, what’s good?’/I said Miley, what’s good?/I said could you pay my bills like O’Reilly, what’s good?”

If you recall, Minaj put Cyrus on blast at the MTV Video Music Awards for Miley’s New York Times interview about Minaj’s feud with Taylor Swift. At first, Cyrus thought Minaj was joking but then quickly realized “What’s Good, Miley?” was a threat.

Give the track a listen below which includes Minaj name dropping Beyonce, Bill O’Reilly and Kylie. Pretty safe to say the latter is referencing Jenner and not Minogue. You never know with Nicki though 😉

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With Super Bowl 50 just mere days away, naturally Coldplay drops a brand new video. And not just any, but one featuring Beyonce. Only makes sense given Yonce is scheduled to join the Chris Martin-fronted band at the Super Bowl Half-time Show.

The Ben Hor-directed visual finds Martin and Bey traveling to the exotic land of India. Beautiful landscapes, ancient temples and the vibrant people are highlighted in the beautifully-shot clip.

I do sense Martin and co. will no doubt receive some criticism for Beyonce dressing up in traditional Indian garb. I personally don’t find it offensive, but there will be some who will cite cultural appropriation.

Watch the “Hymn For The Weekend” video below and weigh in if you think Bey dressing in this way was a good or bad idea.

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Lip Sync Battle kicked off its second season with style. The hour-long premiere featured Channing Tatum going up against his wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum. Neither held back and delivered epic performances with each bringing a special guest star in tow.

Channing enlisted Beyonce for “Run The World (Girls)” while Jenna corralled Paula Abdul for “Cold Hearted Snake.” Tatum also lip synced to “Let It Go” from Frozen, while Jenna paid homage to him with a bang-on rendition of his Magic Mike routine to “Pony.”

Even though it ended in a tie, a first for the Spike TV show, I would’ve given the win to Jenna. Without Beyonce on his side, Channing’s performance was just alright, but Jenna’s “Pony” routine was epic. Check out a video of last night’s show below.

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One down, one more to go.

Both Rihanna and Beyonce were rumored to join Coldplay during the Super Bowl 50 Half-time show. Pepsi, the sponsor of the extravaganza, confirmed to The Associated Press that Beyonce is officially on board. Fingers crossed, Queen Bey provides as many viral unflattering pics as her first time on the global stage.

With B now officially confirmed, it’s only a matter of time before more guest stars are announced. It’s also reported that Bruno Mars is set to appear alongside Coldplay. If he does, that makes it two out of the past three headliners to return. Katy Perry, who helmed last year’s show, being the lone one out.

Do you think Rihanna or Bruno Mars or someone else will be added to the roster? Hopefully, Bey and Coldplay team up on another song besides “Hymn For The Weekend” off the Brit group’s latest LP. It’s not exactly a showstopper. Right?


There’s no denying Coldplay is fantastic. They’ve delivered some memorable hits over the years, “Viva La Vida,” being my favorite.

When the British group was announced as the headliners for the Super Bowl 50 Half-time Show, there were some who feared they weren’t flashy enough for the annual event. Love them, but the criticism has some merit. It appears, the Chris Martin-lead group is adding a little spice to their highly-anticipated show.

“Chris and his band know they’re not typically as showy as recent performers like Katy Perry and Madonna with all the dancers and, while they love a light show, they still want to bring a few surprises out,” a Super Bowl “insider” told The Daily Mirror. “Beyoncé and Rihanna are both keen to join in the high-profile ceremony and will add just the spark needed to make it an amazing and unforgettable show.”

It’s not far-fetched for both Rihanna or Beyonce to join them on stage. RiRi appeared on their 2011 track “Princess of China,” while Queen B recently collaborated with them on “Hymn For The Weekend” off their latest LP, A Head Full of Dreams.

Do you think Rihanna and Beyonce are good choices to add some flash to the show? Or do you think Coldplay should enlist other surprise cameos? Weigh in below. Super Bowl 50 airs on CBS on February 7, 2016.


For the fourth straight year, Taylor Swift has topped the Celebs Gone Good list. compiles an annual list highlighting celebrities who use their fame and wealth for positive change.

Among some of the charitable acts the 26-year-old singer has done this past year include a $50,000 donation to a young girl who had to miss one of her shows to undergo treatment for leukemia. The “Bad Blood” entertainer also donated $50,000 to the Seattle Symphony, $50,000 to help fund arts education in NYC and another $50,000 to her backup dancers baby nephew fighting cancer.

Coming in the runner-up slot was Miley Cyrus. She made the cut for founding the Happy Hippy Foundation– an organization with a mission to rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBTQ youth and other vulnerable populations. Check out the Top 20 most charitable celebrities below.

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Channing Tatum Lets It Go For Lip Sync Battle

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You thought the visual of Channing Tatum channeling his inner Beyonce was epic, wait until you get a load of this. The 35-year-old rocks a side braid as Elsa to perform “Let It Go” on Lip Sync Battle. Like most, I’m a little tired of the Disney tune, but for this I’ll make an exception and listen to it one more time.

When the popular Spike TV show returns on January 7, it’s a full-on “Tatum Takeover.” Channing battles his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum for the hour-long season premiere.

While it’s been reported Beyonce makes a surprise appearance during Tatum’s number of “Run the World (Girls).” not too many details have leaked about Jenna’s segments. One tidbit we do know is she pays homage to her hubby by doing a Magic Mike routine to “Pony.” Wonder if she also has a special guest on deck. Check out the latest promo below.

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