Saturday, 21 January 2017
What else is there to really say?
Jennifer Grey echoed her legendary 'Dirty Dancing' career with a brilliant t-shirt that she wore for one of the many women's marches.
Check out her post below:
Our queen has said it loud and proud once again.
During today's historical, worldwide Women's March, many celebrities came out in support of the movement.
While there were many speeches, our beloved Queen of Pop Madonna once again held nothing back:
"It seems as though we had all slipped into a false sense of comfort — that justice would prevail, and good would win in the end,”
“Well, good did not win this election. But good will win in the end.”
“To our detractors, who say this march will not amount to anything, f–k you,”
Check it out below:
Friday, 20 January 2017
Crushing my boy band heart, Backstreet Boy member Brian Littrell is throwing some praise towards newly appointed President Donald Trump.
Speaking to TMZ, Brian said:
“Hollywood needs to chill out, all right? You’re talking about the commander-in-chief, right? We’re talking about respect,"
"They asked me to ask the guys to sing. It just didn’t work out. I would’ve been there if I could’ve. But we’re starting rehearsals for our Vegas show. So it’s like it just couldn’t happen.”
“He’s gonna do so many great things, in my opinion…I have faith in the system. I have faith in his character, his beliefs, and his balls. Let’s just put it that way.”
Oh for FUCKS SAKE.
Backstreet Boys are officially cancelled.
'Fools Gold' was no fluke:
Aaron Carter is here to PLAY!!
With his brand new EP finally dropping February 10th, Aaron Carter has shared a brand new track titled 'Sooner or Later'.
Like the previously released 'Fools Gold', Aaron's newest track is club ready with house influences and a killer trap beat.
Check it out:
WE SEE YOU.
The streaming service dropped a brief teaser for the 5th season of 'House of Cards' today, and it's looking pretty similar to what many Americans are feeling right now.
With Frank Underwood as President, now joined by wife Clare as his VP, it's anyone's guess as to what they'll do.
The series returns May 30th.
Check it out:
I never thought my love for Ellen DeGeneres could grow anymore....
I was wrong.
Today, while Donald Trump became President of the United States, Ellen DeGeneres shared a touching tribute video for outgoing President Barack Obama.
The video includes many celebrities thanking Obama for his contribution to LGBT rights, and included Ellen's wife Portia de Rossi, Sia, Colton Haynes, Laverne Cox, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jim Parsons, Evan Rachel Wood, Drew Barrymore, Lily Tomlin, Jonathan Groff, Macklemore, George Takei (and his husband), Kristen Bell, Lance Bass, Dan Bucatinsky, Tom Daley, Nathan Lane, Sarah Silverman, Tig Notaro, Eric Stonestreet, Guillermo Diaz, and Neil Patrick Harris (with an adorable cameo from his husband David Burtka and their twins!).
Let's just hope President Trump doesn't change any of this.
Check it out: