In what could be one of the most shocking statements Mariah Carey has ever said recently, the singer declared that nobody will be performing at her upcoming wedding with billionaire James Packer.
In a short chat with Entertainment Tonight, the legendary singer was asked who she thinks is the best performer to sing at her wedding. She responded, "F**king nobody. Bye!" However, in another interview with the outlet on Monday, she clarified her earlier comments and said, "Of course I'm not going to perform at my wedding...I'm not even sure someone is performing."
She went on to explain that the ceremony won't be a big one and since she and her fiancé have already done everything with the ring, she believes it's "over the top enough." more >>
A new video for Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling" has finally touched down and just as the first clip did, the second video has made the world groove in all its goodness, with social media particularly reacting wildly to the new release.
Today notes that the first clip starred "Trolls" cast Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Ron Funches, Kunal Nayyar, Anna Kendrick and Icona Pop, the new bomb featured a story that most people can relate with. Regular people showed off their moves in a laundromat, a barbershop, a restaurant, a house, a donut story, grocery, and other daily hot spots.
The song has definitely become a social media hit but some are not too happy about the alleged similarities the lyrics and story has with "Happy." more >>
Gospel singer Erica Campbell has been criticized in the past for celebrating her curvy figure and in a Facebook post that has since been deleted the platinum recording artist also praised plus-sized model Frostine Shake for her body.
"Awesome," Campbell captioned her shared link on Celeb Feed that featured an article about Shake. The article labeled the model a "plus-sized ballerina" and praised her for not being ashamed of her curvaceous body.
Shake is a model who started a burlesque troupe in 2007 based out of south Texas. The internet sensation has experience in photography, styling, and creative directing and is now revolutionizing the way plus-sized models are accepted by reportedly inspiring women with her photos to be confident about themselves. more >>
Known for her powerful singing voice, Tasha Cobbs may be adding model to her resume as she debuted a new look from fellow gospel singer Kierra Sheard's Eleven 60 clothing line.
"Loving my @eleven60 on this Pentecost Sunday," Cobbs, 34, captioned an Instagram photograph of herself wearing a pink peplum top from Sheard's line.
Sheard made sure to recognize Cobbs for her support and use the celebrity endorsement as promotion. "Satisfied customer and curve loyalist @tashacobbs flawlessly wearing the Sateen Sashay in oyster pink! Thank you for shopping with us Tasha," the Eleven 60 Instagram account reads. more >>
Lecrae's new book Unashamed lives up to its title, with the rapper recounting the addiction and molestation that he faced in his life.
While rehashing some of these memories and experiences were necessary for the 36-year-old rapper, he admits it was anything but easy emotionally. In an interview with XXL, Lecrae admitted that reliving the molestation that took place when he was a child was dificult.
"Yeah, one is just rehashing being molested as a kid, as a 6-year-old. Having the babysitter molest me," he responded when questioned about the difficult experiences he had to relive in his book. "Not so much for me to live back through but to have her stuff out there like that too. You know this is somebody that I still know 'til this day." more >>
Sheryl Crow's 50-acre Nashville, Tennessee, home has a unique feature that took the award-winning artist some effort to acquire.
The 54-year-old "All I Wanna Do" and "If It Makes You Happy" singer was featured in Country Living magazine's June issue, where she explains her reason for having her very own church on her property.
"When I bought this property, I thought it would be nice to have a space that has nothing to do with work – just a quiet and sacred place to gather," Crow told Country Living. "The kids do like to go in and ring the bell!" more >>