Last night’s BMA’s was definitely one for the ages with Madonna already making headlines for her “controversial” tribute to Prince alongside Stevie Wonder, Meek topping the rap game for best album and more killer performances. Check out all of the best below.
With the Democratic Convention right around the corner, Hillary has a clear lead and many people are already giving her the W. But Bernie Sanders just wont back down. The people at SNL thought that would be a great topic of convo between the two, over a drink of beer.
Former Destiny’s Child group member, Kelly Rowland, and former Destiny’s Child manager, Mathew Knowles, both coincidentally formed all new girl groups! Mathew Knowles challenged Kelly to a ‘group-off’.
Young Money’s Stephanie Acevedo spills the beans with Dr. Miami that Lil Wayne is getting his own reality tv show on VH1 in “Lil Wayne’s House”. The show is going to display the YM team living under the same roof as the New Orleans boss, as he mentors them for success.
In an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim gets real about her initial reaction to her little sister dating her then-good friend’s boyfriend that she’d just split from. Blac Chyna and Kim had become close over the years, but that friendship immediately went out the window when Kyga became a thing. “I understand that Kylie dating Tyga completely broke Chyna’s heart,” Kim says in a preview of the episode, after telling her sisters about how Rob tried to get her on the phone with Chyna in a sneaky way, and she just awkwardly hung up. “I feel for her in that situation. Was it uncomfortable for me when Kylie and Tyga started to date? Absolutely. Chyna was my friend, but I had no choice but to take my sister’s side. That’s my sister.” She adds that she knows they need to all sit down and talk “eventually” – which I’m assuming has happened by now. Check out the full clip below.
Ye was just on “Ellen” and had an epic interview with her discussing his children, his tweet rants and his ideas on how to make the human race better. All he would need is Mark Zuckerberg’s help and he goes in depth in these with these topics.
Netflix has announced that it will be partnering with Univision for a new show about the made-for-TV life of El Chapo. “We are thrilled to partner with the award-winning Univision Story House on the timely and globally relevant drama series based on the life story of El Chapo,” Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos said in a statement. “El Chapo is a great example of how Univision continues to innovate and evolve with premium storytelling formats,” Univision CEO Randy Falco added. The series is titled El Chapo, and will premiere on UniMas in 2017. It will then be made available exclusively on Netflix. We’ll keep you updated as more info arrives!