The “Beez in the Trap” rapper sat with Leno and reminisced about her job working at Red Lobster. “I didn’t want to be there and the customers could tell,” said Nicki. “They always want too much bread. That’s what bothered me. Please, if you go to Red Lobster, stop ordering extra bread.”
Following her chat, Nicki, who stars in Ice Age: Continental Drift, lit up the stage with her colorful performance of “Pound The Alarm,” the latest single from her sophomore album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
Watch the performance below.
‘Stand Up To Cancer,’ the multi-network simulcast fundraiser, will return for its third edition in September. CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox will donate one hour of simultaneous commercial-free primetime airtime (8-9 PM ET/PT) for the special. Cable networks HBO, HBO Latino, Bio, Lifetime Movie Network, Logo, MLB Network, mun2, Palladia and VH1 also have committed airtime to the telecast, with more expected to join in.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Joel Gallen’s Tenth Planet Prods are executive producing the show, which like past years will feature performances and celebrities answering calls in the phone bank.
The fundraising special returns September 7.
Grammy Award and Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson has landed a multiepisode arc on the upcoming second season of NBC’s Smash.
As usual, it was all about the choreography when Chris Brown took over Rockefeller Plaza on Friday morning for the TODAY Show ‘Toyota Summer Concert Series.’
Rocking a vintage Ralph Lauren ‘Snow Beach’ parka, Breezy worked the crowd into a frenzy as he kicked off his set with “Forever,” the smash single from his sophomore album Exclusive.
He kept the party going, running through his latest single “Turn Up The Music” followed by “Yeah 3X,” before closing out the set with “Don’t Wake Me Up,” his pop single from new album Fortune, which hits stores July 3. Breezy will premiere the music video for “Don’t Wake Me” today on BET’s 106 & Park.
Watch the set below.
A timid Justin Bieber braved through his first live performance of “Boyfriend” on Tuesday night’s finale of The Voice. Flanked by a group of dancers, the 18-year-old heartthrob, who earned his high school diploma earlier this week, spit rhymes and attempted to display his falsetto, even though it seemed slightly off. Not his best showing, but the choreography (somewhat) made up for it.
His sophomore album, Believe, hits stores June 19.
Watch Bieb perform below.
In his first interview since Whitney Houston’s death, Bobby Brown dispels the longstanding rumor that he introduced her to drugs.
“I’m not the reason she’s gone,” he said of his ex-wife in the new interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer, which airs on TODAY on Wednesday and Thursday. “I didn’t get high before I met Whitney … I smoked weed, I drank the beer, but no, I wasn’t the one that got Whitney on drugs at all.”
He also says he’s “hurt” by the news that cocaine played a factor in her death. “I didn’t know she was struggling with it still. But at the same time, you know– listen, it’s a hard fight. It’s a hard fight to, you know, maintain sobriety that way,” he said.
Brown and Houston married on July 28, 1992, and welcomed their daughter Bobbi Kristina in 1993. After years of negative press and personal turmoil, they filed for divorce in 2006.
Whitney Houston’s death was officially ruled an accidental drowning last month. The global superstar died the day before the Grammy Awards at age 48.
Strutting in a racy outfit reminiscent of her ‘Dirrty’ days, Christina Aguilera led her team in a showstopping performance of her hit single “Fighter,” on Monday’s episode of The Voice.
The noticeably thicker Aguilera teased fellow judge Blake Shelton before singing a line from his “Hillbilly Bone” track and tossing some singles at him for good measure. Front and center, the pop star belted the lyrics to the inspirational tune; soon after members from her team rose from the crowd and behind the stage to trade verses with the Grammy winner. It was long before all four members of Team Christina took full control of the stage, flanked by dancers and the Crenshaw High School choir.
Since Bionic tanked faster the Titanic, Xtina has looked less like a pop superstar and more like a drag queen who got a too liberal with the make-up. Weight jokes aside, the woman who have us the masterpiece, Stripped, needs to fire whoever is signing off on this blonde ‘f-ck me’ hair, yeast infection-ready attire, that pushes her boobs so far up they look they’re about to pop out her damn throat, and go back to looking and sounding good.
As for the performance… um, just watch below.
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