Following the release of her much-talked-about visual album "Lemonade" and the start of her new world tour, Grammy-winning recording artist Beyoncé was spotted on a casual pizza date on Friday, April 29, with her husband, Jay Z.
The outing was one of the couple's first few public appearances together since the outcry against rumors of Jay Z's infidelity, sparked by certain songs in "Lemonade," hit the internet last week.
On Saturday night, the couple, along with Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles, and some friends, were spotted at Lucali, an upscale pizza place in Miami. According to PEOPLE, fellow diners reported that the two were "sweet" and "loving." As soon as the powerhouse couple entered the restaurant, Jay Z reportedly put an arm around Beyonce and was very "protective" of her. more >>
It has been said that one has to come to the Kingdom of Heaven as a little child. One kid shows just how to do that in the here and now.
In a video posted in late April by Willie Jones on Facebook, a 4-year-old boy at New Hope Church tears the house down with his worship performance.
With the aid of an adult choir, the dressed in his Sunday best took the microphone and helped sing the classic spiritual "This Little Light of Mine." more >>
Pop star Justin Bieber has defended himself after some fans accused him of comparing himself to God on social media.
Bieber shared a photo of himself from earlier this week sleeping with his dog and the caption: "and on the 7th day [...]"
The young pop star then received a rash of criticism from some who thought the musician was comparing himself to God in Genesis 2:2, which reads: "By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work" (NIV). more >>
A few days after the death of rock icon Prince last week, theater networks AMC and Carmike decided to do special screenings of Prince's iconic movie "Purple Rain" in selected theater outlets. According to Vanity Fair, it offered Prince fans and the public a way to remember the rock icon as well as to "express their grief" at the sudden demise of a music legend. The screenings started April 23 and will run until April 27. Initially, only 87 AMC theaters were booked for the screenings. On April 26 however, AMC announced that they were adding more theaters because of fan demand to watch the film.
According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, the film will be shown in a total of 212 AC theaters starting Friday, April 29. This accounts for more than half of the theaters under the AMC circuit. The film was re-released in cooperation with Warner Bros. According to sources inside AMC, the film had "the highest percentage of sold-out shows of any title playing in the initial 87 cinemas." Warner Bros. has not revealed gross earnings so far, however.
Because of fan demand, AMC is bringing the film to more theaters. This is in addition to the 80 locations of the Carmike theater network and the smaller theater circuits like Cinefamily in Los Angeles. more >>
A tabloid newspaper claims that Prince, the popular rock star who died last Thursday at the age of 57, was diagnosed with AIDS about six months ago and believed prayer could have cured him.
Close friends of the "Purple Rain" singer allegedly revealed his tragic struggle to The National Enquirer.
Prince is said to have known he was dying and had been "preparing to die for a little while," according to the tabloid. The Enquirer reportedly interviewed a music industry source who messaged friends on April 19 to say the singer had full-blown AIDS and "he was in bad shape." more >>
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of her hit song "Baby Baby," Grammy Award winner Amy Grant has released an epic collaboration with popular singer Tori Kelly.
Leading up to Grant's anticipated new album release of Iconic No. 1, available digitally on Friday, April 29, the Christian pioneer joined forces with 23-year-old Pop/R&B singer for an unforgettable remake of the '90s classic.
An audio premiere of the new and improved "Baby Baby" was released exclusively on PEOPLE.com. MarieClaire.com also shared a behind-the-scenes video with footage of Grant and Kelly. In the clip, Grant and Kelly talked about recording the 2016 version of the song. more >>