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Now that the Oscars are over and another award season has officially come and gone, it's time to take stock. The Egot - an acronym for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony - is Hollywood's grand slam of awards, and only a handful of celebrities (like Audrey Hepburn, Whoopi Goldberg, and Mel Brooks) have made the list. This year, Viola Davis snagged a best actress win, meaning she's only a Grammy away from achieving record status. Veteran actress Jessica Lange also only needs a Grammy, while stars like Taylor Swift, Adele, and Sam Smith are halfway there. Wondering who else is making progress? Related:Here Are All the (Real) 2017 Oscar Winners!18 Stars You Probably Don't Know Won GrammysEvery Win La La Land Scored During the 2017 Award Season »
- Ivana Dukanovic
If you were waiting for this year’s song of the summer, this might be it.
Calvin Harris unveiled his new song “Slide” on Friday, a summery feel-good tune featuring Frank Ocean and rap trio, Migos. This is the Scottish DJ’s first new song since releasing “My Way” in September of last year.
“Slide” is a sultry, groovy song with hand-clapped beats and a cool piano in the background.
“All my songs in 2017 have been sonically designed to make you feel f**king incredible,” the 33-year-old producer tweeted on Wednesday.
The cover art for “Slide” is beachy and laid-back, with sun-kissed palm trees and an old-school feel.
For more on Harris and his single “My Way” -- a song many think might have more »
When it comes to The Bachelor, John Mayer is a self-proclaimed superfan. Just don’t expect him to star on the hit ABC dating competition show any time soon.
Though the 39-year-old singer said he’s thought about leading the show before, he currently has no plans to do so. That is, unless Bachelor producers change one thing about the show.
“I think it would be really fun to be the bachelor,” Mayer told Ellen DeGeneres in an appearance on her show, airing Friday. “I don’t think that I would find love there, unless they would change the vetting »
- Dave Quinn
A post shared by Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) on Feb 23, 2017 at 6:58pm Pst When thinking of iconic celebrity feuds, a few people probably come to mind. Joan Crawford and Bette Davis? Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez? Maybe even Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift (or Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, take your pick)? Well, the rivalry raging between Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon is here to put them all to shame. Ever since Jimmy's then-girlfriend Sarah Silverman revealed she'd been "cheating" on him with Matt in 2009, they haven't been able to settle their differences. Matt recently told Ellen DeGeneres that he couldn't wait to see the late-night host embarrass himself at the Oscars, and Jimmy fired back with a scathing dig about Matt's choice in jewelry. Now it's gone too far (seriously, you might want to brace yourself for this). While rehearsing for the Oscars on Thursday, Jimmy decided to . . . wait »
- Quinn Keaney
Ryan Adams’ sixteenth studio album, Prisoner, was released on Friday to abundant praise from critics and fans alike. Coming off of his 2015 release of 1989, a track-for-track cover of Taylor Swift’s album of the same name, on Prisoner, Adams gets back to making original music. Prisoner’s most notable sonic quality is its instrumentation – […]
The post ‘Prisoner’ By Ryan Adams Album Review: Singer Misses Ex-Wife And Isn’t Afraid To Say So appeared first on uInterview. »
- Jacob Kaye
I'm crying the House fell off the stage »
- Kelsie Gibson
Erin Cebula got a whole lot more than she bargained for when she sat down with “Kong: Skull Island” star Tom Hiddleston — Marvel god, Internet (and Taylor Swift) boyfriend and now tamer of beasts. Debating whether or not King Kong is the villain or the “romantic leading man” in this prequel of sorts, Hiddleston said, […] »
How about Alex Trebek rapping on Jeopardy! tonight pic.twitter.com/MNy9CEkf1p
— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) February 21, 2017
A version of this story originally appeared on Time.com.
Veteran Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek proved that 76-year-olds can still get down when he delighted contestants by rapping (well, reading) the lyrics to songs by Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Desiigner and Kanye West.
Trebek, who has hosted the syndicated game show since 1984, read out lyrics to chart-topping tunes including Drake‘s “Started from the Bottom” and Kanye West’s “Famous” under a category called “Let’s Rap, Kids!”
When he finished, »
- Kate Samuelson
Katy Perry is stepping out of the bubble for her "Chained to the Rhythm" music video. While the clip is full of the singer's signature bright-colored fun, just like her Grammys performance, it's also full of political undertones. As she takes a trip to the futuristic Oblivia, she slowly starts to realize that the sunny theme park isn't as bright as it may seem. With the dystopian theme and her crazy costumes, we can't help but get some major Hunger Games vibes throughout. If this is any indication about what's to come for her album, we can't wait. Related:Katy Perry Says She'll Collaborate With Taylor Swift, but Only Under 1 Condition »
- Kelsie Gibson
You can’t force the next “We Are the World” — especially if no atrocity actually occurred. That’s a lesson Stephen Colbert learned Monday, when the surging “Late Show” host attempted to assemble an all-star tribute to Sweden. Unfortunately, since no terrorist attack actually happened on Friday in Mother Svea — regardless of what our Potus might tell you — everyone declined. Some were more polite than others. That shredded call sheet aspired to include Bruce Springsteen and Beyonce, among other top singers. Taylor Swift even faked kidney failure to get out of it, writers for the CBS show quipped. Also Read: John. »
- Tony Maglio
When you think of pop music, who do you think of? Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Fifth Harmony—the list goes on. All extremely famous female faces, all women whose biggest hits to date have men's fingerprints all over them. Not that there's anything wrong with those men, or at least most of them, but it's a reminder that the music world—like so many worlds—is still dominated by men behind the scenes, be it in the studios, the editing booths or the conference rooms. Only 10 women were included on Billboard's 2016 Power 100 list, none in the top 10, and only five of them didn't share a spot with at least »
Even though we've burned through most of award season, the biggest ceremony is still on the horizon: the Oscars. The Egot - an acronym for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony - is Hollywood's grand slam of awards, and only a handful of celebrities (like Audrey Hepburn, Whoopi Goldberg, and Mel Brooks) have made the list. For now, Jessica Lange only needs to round out her award collection with a Grammy, while stars like Taylor Swift, Adele, and Sam Smith are halfway there. Justin Timberlake could get that much closer if he wins best original song. And Lin Manuel-Miranda, on the other hand, would clinch the honor if he won instead. Keep reading to see who else is close to an Egot. Related:Announcing the 2017 Oscar Nominations!18 Stars You Probably Don't Know Won GrammysEvery Win and Nomination La La Land Has Scored So Far »
- Ivana Dukanovic
The 19-year-old singer took to Instagram on Friday to tease a new collaboration with Pitbull and J Balvin.
"Vroom vroom," Cabello captioned the pic.
The singer also seemed to hint that she's working on new Spanish language music, posting a shot of herself holding a Cuban flag.
"Pa mi gente latina stand up," she wrote alongside the photo.
Cabello, who announced her departure from Fifth Harmony in December, opened up about leaving the group in a recent interview with Billboard, revealing that she hasn't spoken to her former bandmates since her exit.
"I don't want to get into the details of that, because it was really intense and it's hard for me »
We have to thank the team at Nerdist in advance for this parody video. They just release a solid Taylor Swift Batman parody music video called Bat Blood. It’s a fun take on the Batman universe as we see the Dark Knight’s rogue gallery of villains team up to take on Batman and his team. The whole song is sung by none other than Catwoman. What’s even more awesome is that they spared no expense here. Catwoman is played by none other than the queen of the nerds herself, Leeanna Vamp. Leeanna is one of the most popular models for
- Nat Berman
During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Hiddleston revealed that he and Redmayne appeared together in a school play -- though Redmayne's role came with slightly more recognition.
"It was an all-boys school, and the great Eddie Redmayne, now Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne, was playing the female lead. And in A Passage to India, there's an expedition to this cultural landmark called the Marabar Caves by elephant," he continued. "And I'm delighted to reveal that I played the front, right leg of »
Tom Hiddleston proved he will do just about anything for his costars.
The Kong: Skull Island star revealed he urinated on Taboo actor Tom Hollander when the two of them were filming The Night Manager. According to Hiddleston, Hollander politely asked him to do so after getting stung by a jellyfish while filming the BBC series in Mallorca, and being a proper English gentleman, Hiddleston accommodated the request.
“Tom got stung by a jellyfish and he shouted across the beach, ‘I say old sport could you come and pee on me?’ and I engagingly obliged,” the actor, 36, admitted during an »
- Mike Miller
Ricky Martin's modern love story is melting our weary hearts!
The "Livin' La Vida Loca" singer opened up about fiance Jwan Yosef on Andy Cohen's Radio Andy SiriusXM show, where he revealed the couple's totally digital meet-cute.
Watch: Ricky Martin Is Engaged to Boyfriend Jwan Yosef -- Find Out How He Proposed
"I met my fiance on Instagram," the 45-year-old singer shared, explaining that he was looking up art on the social media app. "I am an art collector and he's an artist."
"I'm scrolling and I see this beautiful piece of art," he continued, noting that he quickly became entranced by the artist behind the art. "I wrote to him. And we were talking for, like, six months without me hearing his voice."
And for a long time, Martin shared, it was totally platonic.
"We talked about art, nothing sexy. Nothing »
It looks like Instagram’s most popular member just got that much more admired. Anointed the app’s most followed user late last year (via Forbes), pop star Selena Gomez celebrated her 110 millionth follower on Thursday — which means her count has grown by seven million in little more than two months. Gomez is pulling away from the competition as Taylor Swift has a (measly) 97.6 million followers on the photo sharing app. She was in second place late last year and her follower-ship has grown by a few million in that time, too. Also Read: How'd the Grammys Pull Off That Beyonce. »
- Meriah Doty
Even if you don't care about Fifty Shades Darker, you have to admit that the soundtrack is fantastic. There's Zayn and Taylor Swift's collaboration, Halsey's "Not Afraid Anymore," and this gem of a cover from Corinne Bailey Rae. The singer puts her own spin on Coldplay's 2002 hit, and it's a gorgeous version of a song that, to be honest, we already loved. Check it out! »
- Maggie Pehanick
That's one way to get closer with your co-star!
"Tom got stung by a jellyfish and he shouted across the beach, 'I say old sport could you come and pee on me?' And I engagingly obliged," the 36-year-old actor shared, confirming the story.
However, Hiddleston later learned that his noble -- gross -- effort may have all been for naught.
"I’ve since read up on it and I don’t think it works," he explained. "It’s an old wives’ tale."
Well... sometimes it's the thought that counts.
Meanwhile, urinating on one's pal isn't the only thing »
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