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If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Claire Danes, David Beckham, and Bob Odendirk were all on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" Monday night. Claire talked about how she can be a bossy dancer when she's drunk. David talked about how his son Brooklyn has a job at a small French coffee shop in London; he also shared the story of Brooklyn's first date on Valentine's Day when the kid was 14, and Victoria made David stay in the restaurant and watch them. Bob talked about "Better Call Saul" and how he can now make a perfect Cinnabon. (Prove it - send one this way!) The trio also played Celebrity Cell Phone Profile - before the show, »
- Gina Carbone
“Cracking doesn’t mean you hit a bad note,” declared the Coach Most Likely to Be Confused With Yoda to his obvious favorite contestant Lowell Oakley. “It means you’ve given up on the note — and left it out there by itself.”
Oh, no! What about the notes? Who’s going to »
Zombie drama "The Walking Dead" continues to set ratings records for AMC. The fifth season finale is now the highest rated in the history of the series with 15.8 million viewers. The cable network expects those numbers to exceed 20 million when time-shifted viewing is added. Spoilers Ahead. In a separate postmortem, Adam Bryant asks if Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is really in charge again? He also interviews actor Lennie James about his surprise return as fan-favorite character Morgan. In the past, he was "a homicidal maniac reeling from the death of his wife and son" but now "seems to be a zen warrior who wants to preserve life at all costs." TV Guide -Break- Taylor Swift takes home three trophies at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday. She is now the reigning Artist of the Year, and also won for Song ("Shake it Off") and Lyrics ("Blank Space"). Justin Timberlake was awarded the Innovator Award. »
The 57th Annual Grammy Awards may have just passed (#TeamBeck? #TeamBeyonce?) but we’re already six months into the eligibility period for next year's awards. The Grammys' wacky calendar stretches from October 1 to September 30, which means that April Fools' Day marks the halfway point. We have a not-so-short list of marquee names gearing up for releases in the next half-year but there are already some strong budding contenders. Below, a recap of the albums released so far that could very well number among the nominees come December’s announcement. -Break- Grammys: Beyonce outshines performances by Katy Perry, Madonna, Sia, Sam Smith It would be foolish to start anywhere but Taylor Swift’s first official foray into pop music, "1989." Swift is a previous winner for 2008's "Fearless" and reaped an addition nomination last year for "Red." And just like those albums, her newest set has been an absolute bloc »
In case you didn't tune into the iHeartRadio awards last night, here's a little spoiler: Taylor Swift and Madonna stole the show when the two pop icons performed a surprise duet. During the 56-year-old singer's performance of "Ghosttown," the four-time Grammy winner joined the Queen of Pop onstage to provide the acoustic guitar while the iconic musicians, who have a 31-year age difference, both rocked matching lace thigh-highs. So, how did the collaboration between the two come to be? A source tells E! News that their friendship began awhile back after Madonna applauded Taylor's songswriting skills in interviews. Swift, who has been a longtime fan of Madge, of »
Taylor Swift arrived at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards Sunday night in an eye-catching little black dress. Taylor Swift’s Lbd Look Swift hit the red carpet outside Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium in an Lbd by Kaufmanfranco. Giving the dress a modern, edgy look were micro beading and cut-outs. Swift wore a pair of TamaraMellon shoes […]
The post Taylor Swift Won 3 Awards And The Red Carpet At iHeartRadio Music Awards appeared first on uInterview. »
- Chelsea Regan
Sure, Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake may be friends who freak out at award shows together now, but back in 2008, he was the musical crush she was dying to meet. When Taylor sat down with Ellen DeGeneres to talk about her first Grammy nomination, she told her that Justin was the one person she hoped to meet during the show that year. Ellen asked whether she had a crush on Jt, and Taylor joked, "No, no, no, who would have a crush on Justin Timberlake? No one. Ew." Fast-forward to Taylor's next appearance on Ellen's show, when the host surprised her by bringing out Justin. Although she was a bit flustered, saying she was "freaking out," Taylor mostly kept her cool while Justin sweetly complimented her "beautiful voice." Bet she never thought Justin would attend her 25th birthday party - or that she'd be dancing alongside Beyoncé at his concert someday! »
Music's hottest stars hit the stage at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles -- and we're giving you a front row seat for the must-see performances! Rihanna debuted her new single, "Bitch Better Have My Money," rocking an emerald green Versace fur coat, thigh-high boots and a super-short black dress. She paired her edgy ensemble with blunt bangs, oversized green shades and colorful choker. While RiRi stole the show with her dance moves and vocal chops, even she was making sure to pull down her dress during the performance to avoid flashing the crowd. Check out her show-stopping performance below! Another big musical moment was when Taylor Swift shared the stage with Madonna for a special rendition of "Ghosttown," a song from the Queen of Pop's new album, "Rebel Heart." The "Living For Love" singer kicked off the low-key performance of her new track with a mysterious guitarist performing behind her, »
- tooFab Staff
NBCUniversal’s lifestyle cablers Bravo, Oxygen and Esquire are loading up on new unscripted programs for the coming year, with each of the three outlets upping the quantity of original hours on their air by double digits.
Bravo’s 10 new entries include a road-trip series featuring “Real Housewives of Atlanta” fan-faves NeNe Leakes (pictured left) and Kim Zolciak Biermann (right), and “Ladies of Dallas,” a look at the over-the-top antics of social climbers in the Lone Star state. “Mother Funders” is a “Real Housewives”-esque look at a group of alpha moms who run a Parent-Teacher Organization in a small Georgia town.
Bravo is also launching its first scripted comedy series, “Odd Mom Out,” later this year, on the heels of its inaugural drama series, “The Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce,” which has been renewed for a second season.
Oxygen and Esquire are partnering on an ambitious effort to produce »
- Cynthia Littleton
Madonna got a little help from her new friend, Taylor Swift last night (Mar. 29) at the iHeart Radio Awards Show. She appeared onstage to backup Madge on the guitar while she sang her song “Ghosttown.” Swift was scheduled to appear as a presenter, but was not scheduled to play because she’s rehearsing for her 1989 Tour. Madonna planted a kiss on Swift’s cheek after they finished. It wasn’t quite as dramatic as Madge’s full-on kiss with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. ...Read More »
Madonna and Taylor Swift busted out a surprise duet at this weekend's iHeartRadio Music Awards, performing Madonna's new single, "Ghosttown," from her new album, Rebel Heart. Madonna sang while a visibly stoked Swift played guitar, and at the end, they came together to rock out the big finish. It feels pretty meaningful to see two huge icons collaborating, so check out the video now and then watch Rihanna performing her new single! »
Taylor Swift's excitement was through the roof when she won the award for best lyrics at Sunday's iHeartRadio Music Awards in La. Well, Ok, she may have been joking, but when the pop star's name was announced, Justin Timberlake jokingly stood up and acted like he'd won or he was going to accept the award on her behalf, with Taylor pointing and cheering alongside him. The pair cracked up, and once Taylor took the stage, she made a point to thank fans for their support and clarify once and for all that the line in "Blank Space" refers to a "long list of ex-lovers," not "Starbucks lovers." Keep reading to see hilarious pictures of Taylor and Jt's antics plus a Vine that perfectly captured the moment, then check out all the stars at the iHeartRadio Music Awards and Justin's sweet shout-out to Jessica Biel. »
Missed the iHeartRadio Music Awards? Pat yourself on the back! For a show that's about as haphazard as YouTube's Music Awards were in their inaugural year, it has somehow made it into its second year. At last night's ceremony, hosted by Jamie Foxx, Taylor Swift walked away the big winner (no surprise there), picking up awards for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year for "Shake It Off," and Best Lyrics. Another big winner? Justin Timberlake, who received the Innovator Award (a.k.a. the award that networks bribe legacy artists with when they're in desperate need of high-profile faces not named Taylor Swift to cut to during performances and things). But, like any awards show, the night was all about the performances, unfiltered moments, and, of course, Taylor Swift dancing in the audience. Let's run through the highlights first. Rihanna: For the debut performance of her new single, »
- Dee Lockett
DisneyCollectorBR is still in the #1 spot with some massive viewership. The internet's premiere online video catalog of videos featuring the latest and greatest in popular children's toys saw a 17% month-over-month decrease in views, but still racked up more than 427.73 million views during the short 28-day month. Taylor Swift is next up in a distant second place. The country-turned-pop star's music video library's view count didn't shake off any views and saw a 1% increase to top out just shy of 363.9 million views on the month.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is up next in the #3 spot. The YouTube outpost of NBC's flagship talk show ended February with almost 320.9 million views. LittleBabyBum and its repository of classic songs for your kids came in next at fourth place. The channel keeps getting plays, witnessed a 5% uptick in views, and ended the month with nearly 315.9 million of them.
And rounding out the Top 5 is mashamedvedtv. »
- Joshua Cohen
Former Danity Kane stars Shannon Bex and Aubrey O'Day hit the red carpet together for the first time as performing duo Dumblonde on Sunday night. And they did it without their blonde locks! The two decided to debut new makeovers with their new band name, stepping out to the iHeartRadio Music Awards with ombre gray hair and matching tailored suits. Neither wore anything under their blazers, so the duo also put some impressive cleavage on display as they posed for photos. They paired their tresses with dark eye makeup and a nude lip. The two revealed they'd be trying to make it as a duo last week, with TMZ saying their sound will be more Edm than the R&B or pop music Danity Kane was known for ... citing Charli Xcx and Tove Lo as inspiration. Dumblonde is set to debut their new music at a listening party on April »
- tooFab Staff
Sequins, cutouts, and one man in a sizzling plaid suit! The 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards were a thrill—and not just because Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake had a semi-spontaneous "surprised face" battle! Music's biggest stars, including Zendaya Coleman and Nick Jonas, turned it out on the red carpet in eye-popping prints, skin-barring cutouts, and shimmering styles. Plus, one lady wore the statement braid of our dreams! Scroll down to see Us Weekly's favorite fashions of the night. Taylor Swift The lady of the night—who went home with three awards!—flashed her [...] »
Some of the biggest names in music gathered in La on Sunday for the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Taylor Swift stunned on the red carpet before totally freaking out with some of her famous friends and taking the stage to accept an award. Meanwhile, Jamie Foxx stole the spotlight as the night's host, and Justin Timberlake was all smiles throughout the show, giving the sweetest shout-out to Jessica Biel when he accepted the 2015 iHeartRadio Innovator Award. Check out all the must-see snaps of stars mingling and hitting the stage, then take a look at all the celebrities on the iHeartRadio Music Awards red carpet! »
No bad blood between these two! In one of the best (and most likely scripted, not that we care one bit) moments at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday, March 29, in L.A., Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake had an adorable "surprise face" freak-out over her Best Lyrics win—and the Internet is obsessed. The "Blank Space" singer, 25, picked up a total of three statuettes, including Artist of the Year and Song of the Year. But when Swift won the Best Lyrics award, her tablemate Timberlake, 34, [...] »
Hope Taylor Swift has some "Blank Space" on her mantle! The "Style" singer won big at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday, March 29, taking home three shiny trophies — including the coveted Artist of the Year Award. Swift beat out Iggy Azalea, Luke Bryan, Ariana Grande, and Sam Smith for the top prize, but she wasn't the night's only winner. Check out the list below to see which of your favorite stars went home with some new hardware! Best Lyrics "All of Me" — John [...] »
Early Monday morning, a glut of musicians changed their social-media avatars in a show of support for Jay Z and his newly acquired and relaunched streaming service, Tidal. Artists including Nicki Minaj, Jack White, Madonna, Rihanna, Kanye West, and Beyoncé turned their avatars teal blue and used the hashtag #TIDALforALL to tease Jay Z's Tidal, which purportedly combines hi-fi sound, hi-def music videos, and expertly curated editorial (whatever that means). "Change your avi in support of what is fair, of what is the future," Minaj wrote on Instagram. "The tides have changed." Jay Z will shed more light on Tidal at a press conference Monday afternoon at New York's James A. Farley Post Office at 5 p.m. The service, available Monday, offers lossless sound quality for $20 per month, or standard quality for $10 per month. As Pitchfork points out, there's no free plan, but Taylor Swift (ouch, Spotify) and »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
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