Earlier today (July 10), a video that shows Bieber urinating into a mop bucket in a restaurant kitchen leaked online. In the video, Bieber is seen and heard laughing throughout the entire ordeal.
When Selena Gomez took the stage Sunday night at the MTV Movie Awards to perform her new single “Come & Get It,” the last thing she expected was backlash. Dressed in red and barefoot, Gomez also donned a bindi on her forehead. Not a Hindu herself, it was the bindi that caused controversy.
Justin Bieber has been known to monkey around a bit — he just turned 19 a little over a month ago, after all. But now it’s the singer’s new pet, a capuchin monkey named OG Mally (Original Gangster Mally, naturally), that’s making headlines — and for all the wrong reasons.
Beyonce has released, without a doubt, the most claws-out song of her career with “Bow Down.” And yet, conservative punchline Rush Limbaugh thinks she’s suggesting that girls – who, BTW, run the world – “bow down” to their husbands.
At its peak, the video meme that exploded around Baauer’s unexpected No. 1 smash “Harlem Shake” turned into a seemingly ubiquitous sensation, with 4,000 of the viral clips being added to YouTube on a daily basis as of early February.
Did Beyoncé really lip-sync her performance of the National Anthem at Obama’s second swearing-in ceremony? A new statement, this time from an Inaugural official, is claiming she did.
The singer took to Twitter with the shocking claim that she was “forced” to sing the now controversial lyrics.
Fans were really psyched when the new No Doubt video came out last Friday. But after a whirlwind of controversy over the band playing dress-up as cowboys and Indians, the band has pulled the clip and apologized for offending anyone.
The takeaway from a recent career-spanning interview with Stevie Wonder in The Guardian has been anti-gay comments he made in regards to R&B newcomer Frank Ocean, whose music has drawn a number of comparisons to Wonder’s. Now Wonder has clarified and apologized for those comments.
Last week came the news that Atlanta-based Hall and Oates fans had started a Super PAC called The Hall and Oates Fans for America Super PAC. It got a bit of attention, mostly for its novel name – so much so that Hall and Oates caught wind of it. And it seems they “can’t go for that.”