18 items from 2017
Channing Tatum is currently on a road trip across the United States to promote his upcoming movie Logan Lucky, which sees the return of director Steven Soderbergh. While out on the unconventional press junket for the movie, Tatum stopped off at a Sunoco Gas Station in Charlotte, North Carolina where he showed off some of his Magic Mike dance moves to the delight of fans strolling through the gas station. The actor showed up for an iced coffee and things got steamy from there.
The act was caught on video and posted to Tatum's official Facebook page during a live stream. Channing Tatum walks in and his friend starts a Facebook Live video documenting the mundane act of picking up some snacks before heading out on the road to promote Logan Lucky to unsuspecting participants. Tatum takes his coffee to the cash register and meets a gas station employee named »
Dave Chappelle stopped by The Late Show on Wednesday to discuss his August residency at Radio City Music Hall and revisit his famous Saturday Night Live monologue from last November. At the time, the comedian said he was willing to give President Trump the benefit of the doubt.
"It's not like I wanted to give him a chance that night," Chappelle clarified to Colbert "[But] I feel like a lot of white Americans finally got to see what an election night looks like for many black Americans every cycle."
Chappelle believes »
Wyclef Jean is back! The musician has just announced his first full-length album in eight years, Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee, which will be released Sept. 15 via Legacy Recordings.
To celebrate the announcement of his newest album and commemorate the 20th anniversary of his debut solo album, The Carnival, the singer will be the focus of TV One’s latest episode of the music docu-series Unsung. People has an exclusive video of Jean performing an unplugged acoustic set of his iconic hit “Gone Till November.”
“My Carnival albums have always been about celebrating music culture from »
- Nicole Sands
While neither artist has been particularly active over the past decade, Lauryn Hill and Nas, two of the most celebrated hip-hop artists of all-time, recently announced 17 dates for an upcoming North American tour. > Lauryn Hill & Nas Concert Tickets The tour will kick-off on September 7 in Chicago and will work its way across the Northeastern […]
The post Lauryn Hill & Nas Announce Joint North American Tour [Ticket Info] appeared first on uInterview. »
- Jacob Kaye
TuneIn, the audio streaming app and network that corrals real radio stations from around the world, along with NFL, NBA and Mlb broadcasts in one place, has secured the exclusive audio streaming rights to a slew of the top U.S. music festivals, TheWrap has learned. Hangout Music Fest, Outside Lands Music, Firefly, the Newport Folk Festival and Seattle’s Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festivals are part of a multi-year deal that includes the launch of stand-alone festival radio stations on the TuneIn platform. Also Read: Coachella Scene and Heard: Leo Dicaprio, Lauryn Hill, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga (Updating Photos) The live-hosted, »
- Mikey Glazer
Has Mark Isaiah become the Sanjaya Malakar of The Voice? Going into Monday’s performances by Season 12’s Top 10, it certainly seemed so. Though more than half of you who voted in our elimination poll last week would have sent the Austin Mahone wannabe packing, he remained in the contest, the recipient of a puzzling instant save. Did he finally hit upon a song that would allow him to win something more than Adam Levine’s admiration and fourth place in a high school talent show? Did Vanessa Ferguson Riri-cover from her “Diamonds” misstep? Did Chris Blue manage to top »
During Coachella’s opening weekend, Hollywood descended on Indio, California. The Party Report passed by Kristen Stewart grabbing a smoke with friends in a quiet corner of the under-appreciated new Hacienda del Toro VIP section, James Franco and DJ Cassidy gathered in the Rose Garden, and bartenders greeting Tony Goldwyn (of “Scandal”) as “Mr. President.” Also Read: Coachella Scene and Heard: Leo Dicaprio, Lauryn Hill, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga (Updating Photos) At the unofficial and unrelated off-site parties, Leonardo DiCaprio, Drake, Diddy, Rihanna, Katy Perry and various Jonas brothers lit up the scene. “Weekend One is so yesterday,” an event veteran said, »
- Mikey Glazer
As a testament to his many talents, the 27-year-old artist released his latest album, After Hours, this month while on the heels of starring in two new shows — but it was his music that (literally) kept him up at night.
“When I was working on both television shows, the only time I had to myself was at night,” he tells People of how he created the album. “From that, I started to gather inspiration from the nighttime and »
- Brianne Tracy
Wale‘s new song “Smile” is a celebration of positivity in the face of adversity, but when it comes to conservative political commentator and former talk show host Tomi Lahren, the D.C. rapper isn’t very happy
It all started on Monday when Lahren’s former boss Glenn Beck filed a counterclaim to the 24-year-old’s lawsuit against Beck and the network he founded in 2010, TheBlaze — in which she alleged that she was wrongfully terminated by the company and that they had launched “a public smear campaign” against her after she expressing her pro-choice opinions about abortion on The View. »
- Dave Quinn
Lauryn Hill, Common and En Vogue will perform opening night at the third annual SeriesFest in Denver, Colorado, this summer.
In addition to the three musical headliners, CNN will also host the world premiere of “Isn’t It Ironic?” an installment of CNN’s upcoming series “The Nineties,” which highlights the influential people and iconic moments that defined the decade.
The festival begins June 27 and runs through July 2, kicking off at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
“We are proud to partner with CNN Originals for a special evening that celebrates the power of storytelling across all genres — music, art, and television,” says SeriesFest CEO, Randi Kleiner. “Our lineup was carefully curated to showcase iconic ‘90s artists who shaped music history and whose songs tell the stories of the decade.”
SeriesFest: Season 3 celebrates episodic storytelling by showcasing the most exciting episodic television series from around the world. SeriesFest also provides a global marketplace for developers and industry professionals to »
- Erin Nyren
Fox has given a series order to a revival of “Showtime at the Apollo,” with comic Steve Harvey set to host. The new iteration of the classic variety series is slated to premiere in the 2017-18 season.
The series order follows two “Apollo” specials Fox aired in December and January that served as trial balloons for a new series.
“We all had such a blast on the two specials that aired earlier this season, that we thought it really deserved being a weekly event,” said Harvey. “But our mission is a little different this time around. Instead of just putting on a great show, we’re going to do that and find the next great comic and the next big music star. That’s what the Apollo is all about. My roots are on that stage and I can’t wait to be there every week, looking for great talent. Who »
- Daniel Holloway
[[tmz:video id="0_c7p7j05t"]] "Cash Me Outside" girl Danielle Bregoli is taking a huge step toward being a legit entertainer by taking meetings and lessons with Beyonce and Kanye West's producers! Danielle hooked up with producers Mark Batson and Che Pope Sunday. Mutual friends in Florida suggested the meeting. We're told multiple record companies have contacted Danielle, so she was looking for some advice, but also walked away with a free piano lesson from Mark. He's worked with Beyonce and Alicia Keys, »
- TMZ Staff
Extolling Beyoncé as Queen of the GRAMMYs isn't an opinion -- it's an objective fact. With 53 previous nominations, she is the most-nominated female artist in history. And considering the nine nominations she earned this year, including Lemonade for Album of the Year and "Formation" for Record and Song of the Year, and Yonce need not worry about anyone usurping that title anytime soon.
And that's just nominations! Ahead of Sunday's Grammy Awards, look back on Bey's reign over music's most prestigious awards show, including her 20 wins, her best performances and the history she's made along the way.
Watch: Becoming Beyoncé: 20 Things You Don't About Know the Singer's Journey to Superstardom
2001: Destiny's Child earned their first Grammy nomination the year prior, but Beyoncé's first ever win was the award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Say My Name." (Destiny's Child also won Best R&B Song that »
Beyoncé and Adele are two of music’s biggest artists. But on Sunday night, they’re heading into the 2017 Grammy Awards as two of music’s biggest rivals.
The one-name superstar singers are both up for three of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences top awards: record of the year, song of the year, and album of the year — for tracks “Formation” and “Hello” and albums Lemonade and 25, respectively.
Ironically, when it comes to Grammy records, both Beyoncé, 35, and Adele, 28, share one: the honor for most Grammys won by a female artist in one night. Bey took home »
- Dave Quinn
[[tmz:video id="0_9ham1yns"]] Lauryn Hill didn't skip a beat as she was closing out her Nashville show ... even though a dude was getting booted right in front of the stage. Hill was mid-song at Ryman Auditorium Thursday when a disturbance went down in the crowd. It's hard to tell exactly what happens in the video, but witnesses tell us a drunk guy was harassing a woman ... who was eventually lifted to the safety of the stage by security. »
- TMZ Staff
What do you do when a Beatle calls you at Christmas to discuss a setlist? Or you’re broadcasting live to millions and your headlining artist is nowhere to be found? Or you’re tasked with overseeing a mass wedding? Or two very powerful stars aren’t happy about being seated next to each other?
Ken Ehrlich has seen it all. The TV veteran has been producing the Grammys since 1980, helping transform the ceremony into the music industry’s most exciting—and unpredictable—event. “Sometimes you do feel like the man behind the curtain,” he says with a laugh. The »
- Jordan Runtagh
It was a scene surprisingly reminiscent of an episode of MTV Spring Break from the aughts: Clutching a microphone in one hand and a joint in the other, Snoop Dogg (aka DJ Snoopadelic wearing dark sunglasses and a hoodie) hyped up a massive crowd of 20-somethings-on-up using music blasted from giant speakers featuring monster hits by Dr. Dre, Lauryn Hill, Rihanna and, of course, Snoop himself. The California-bred rapper was joined on stage by a hype man (in a white sweatsuit-combo and hat to match) who kept busy pouring vodka and tequila into the mouths of thirsty revelers and tossing out »
- Chris Gardner
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