Many celebrities are speaking out about domestic violence after video of NFL star Ray Rice punching his wife leaked on Monday. MTV’s Sway spoke to Chris Brown, who was charged with assaulting former girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, about the situation this week, and asked what advice he’d give to the former Ravens running back. “I think it’s all about the choices you make,” Brown said. “For anybody who’s going through that situation or anybody who’s dealing with it — it’s all about the choices. Every situation is different but it’s all about the choices you make and how you control your anger.”
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Did you miss Taylor Swift‘s media takeover this week? The 24-year-old hosted her own livestream special on Yahoo and made some major announcements. Sorry, haters! Taylor Swift Season is coming. Read more…
Another day, another rumor that the House of Carter is dangerously close to falling apart. If all this noise about Beyoncé and Jay Z‘s supposed trouble marriage is getting to you, let’s try to focus on the good stuff: amazing musical collaborations, an adorable baby, and flawless Instagram photos. This may not be real life, but it’s a manicured perfection we’d love to imagine ourselves living in. Read more…
Orlando Bloom is getting thrown into the Justin Bieber maelstrom for taking a stand against swag and poor behavior that may or may not be “just a phase.” The actor allegedly threw a punch at the 20-year-old over comments made about ex-wife Miranda Kerr during a night out in Ibiza last week. While Bloom is making headlines for his spat, it’s hardly the first time someone has wanted to punch the pop star in the face.
Once upon a time, Nick Jonas was the youngest member of a family band. They played songs your mom would like and filmed a few movies with Disney. And then this happened:
If you catch Adam Lambert on tour with Queen this summer you might be surprised by how subdued his performance outfits are — at least for him. The American Idol alum and former VH1 Divas host has sported many memorable looks over the years, becoming just as well known for his loud ensembles as his monstrous voice.
It’s been a rough summer. After a very public family feud, the cracks within the otherwise perfect lives of Beyoncé and Jay Z are beginning to show. Because the gossip won’t stop, we’ve been forced to address these divorce and infidelity rumors head on. Is all well in the Carter kingdom? We hope so.
“I swear sports and music are so synonymous/Cause we want to be them, and they want to be us” – Drake, “Thank Me Now”
From his days playing basketball at Degrassi Community School to finding himself in the middle of the latest LeBron James decision, no one is more of a sports fan than Drake. He’s been called a “team-jumper” or “fair weather fan” based on his association with any athlete experiencing success. But he swears he’s not being opportunistic — they’re just all really good friends.
The news that LeBron James is leaving Miami has monopolized the news cycle on this summer Friday. In addition to King James, every M.I.A. and LeBron-affiliated musician has become the butt of Internet jokes, but none more than his BFF Drake. Despite his strong allegiance to his hometown Toronto Raptors, Drake’s love affair with LeBron has not gone unnoticed by world at large. So does that mean that the Cavs are suddenly Drake’s No. 1 team?
There were plenty of regrettable style choices from the ’90s but none haunts us more than the frosted tip. For years, everyone from our favorite male pop stars (we’re looking at you, Justin Timberlake and Lance Bass) to TV chefs were highlighting their hair — voluntarily. To take a deeper dive into this phenomenon we turned to an expert: Mark McGrath, whose band, Sugar Ray, and streaky blonde highlights were the epitome of 1999.