Fans of the pop icon, Beyonce have been waiting for the singer's next album, as she has not released any new album in two and a half years. According to a report in Bustle, Beyonce who is also known as the Queen by her fans who are collectively known as Beyhive, recently surprised everyone by announcing at the Super Bowl that she will be doing her The World Formation Tour starting April 27. News about her next album however has been scant, until now.
According to the report, Beyonce hinted at something big happening on Saturday on the HBO network. She shared a teaser video via her Instagram account, which also revealed that her new project titled "Lemonade" is having its world premiere on the network. The teaser video which was barely 30 seconds long, featured a woman (who is likely Beyonce) wearing a fur coat, leaning against a car. She is shown slowly lifting her head up, but the video is too short to show the woman's identity.
This teaser video was followed by a full trailer that was released on Sunday. According to another report in Entertainment Weekly, the one-minute trailer showed different images and clips, which included the Queen of course. What is interesting is the narration that Beyonce herself says in the trailer: "The past and the present merge to meet us here. What are you hiding? What am I doing, my love? You are the love of my life." As she says the line: "Pull me in," the schedule of the world premiere is once again flashed on screen. more >>
Back in their innocent and younger days, Miley Cyrus and Nick Jonas, both of which started their careers with the Disney Channel, had some sort of teenage boyfriend and girlfriend thing. Yes, both stars admitted they were a couple back then.
And although that love affair is like a billion years ago, Jonas has some fond moments to reminisce, more specifically his first ever kiss with Cyrus. Wait a minute, is that some sort of kiss and tell?
Anyhow, when the American singer and actor was asked to recall some of his memorable moments in life during an interview with Nick Grimshaw for BBC, he couldn't think of a better secret to reveal than the fact that Miley was his first kiss. Surprise, surprise! "The first person I kissed was Miley Cyrus and I kissed her outside of California Pizza Kitchen in Hollywood – very romantic," Jonas jokingly said. He added that before the kiss, he ate some pizza with a lot of onions in it, so his breathe might have been very awful. more >>
Pop star Katy Perry has won her court battle against a Catholic order of nuns to buy a former hilltop convent for $14.5 million from the Los Angeles archdiocese.
The Christian Post reported last year that 52 Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary had collectively purchased the convent at a discounted rate from a benefactor decades ago and said they were told by Archbishop Jose Gomez they could decided who they wanted to sell the property to last year.
While the sisters struck a $15.5 million deal with restaurateur Dana Hollister to buy the Los Feliz convent, Gomez agreed to sell the property to Perry for $1 million less. more >>
Legendary Beatles drummer Ringo Starr announced that he's cancelling an upcoming concert in North Carolina to protest the state's recently passed transgender bathroom law.
The 75-year-old Starr, whose real name is Richard Starkey, was scheduled to perform with his All Starr Band in Cary, North Carolina, in June but announced in a statement Wednesday that he will no longer perform in order to support those "fighting against the bigotry of HB2."
"I'm sorry to disappoint my fans in the area, but we need to take a stand against this hatred," Starr said in a statement. "How sad that they feel that this group of people cannot be defended." more >>
Kirk Franklin knew creating an album titled "Losing My Religion" might shock people, but he thought it was an important conversation to have in a society where church attendance is on the decline.
The 46-year-old minister of music told ABC News 13 in Houston, Texas, why he believes his decision to spark the controversial conversation concerning religion was needed.
"When you look at the decline of church attendance in America, or when you look at the decline of millennials that are not going to church in America, you want to have the conversation that a lot of times people are hit more with religion and rules and the systems than they are with the love of God and having a personal relationship with Christ," Franklin said while on his "The 20 Years In One Night Tour." more >>
Weeks after revealing that his spiritual energy was being drained by participating in meet-and-greets with fans, Justin Bieber is making an exception for one admirer.
Sarina Costanzo,14, is battling cystic fibrosis, which is a chronic illness that results in her having to take dozens of pills and undergo breathing treatments. Although Bieber told the world that he couldn't commit to meeting his fans personally while on his Purpose tour, he decided to keep the commitment he made to meet Costanzo through the Make A Wish Foundation.
Costanzo cried on Bieber's shoulder when she met the 22-year-old pop star during his Purpose Tour stop in Pleasant Valley, Missouri, April 6. She told Fox News just how much Bieber has changed her life. more >>