Posts By Bené Viera

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Janet Jackson Is Married, Officially Making Her The Queen Of Keeping A Secret

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Janet Jackson just took Beyonce‘s throne for keeping her private life a secret. Janet was spotted across the pond in Milan rocking the Poetic Justice dookie braids–yes, that’s what they’re called– holding hands with her billionaire fiance Wissam Al Mana adding fuel to the extravagant wedding planning rumors. Excuse us, she was spotted with her husband whom she married last year. Read more…

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Does Kanye West Really Not ‘F—’ With “Suit And Tie?”: The Best Quotes From His Latest Rant

A Kanye rant must be included in the ticket price for one of his live shows. London concertgoers were in for a 11 minute treat when Kanye ranted–over a beat of course–about corporations, sponsorships, the Grammys, the infamous Taylor Swift incident and not fooling with Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z‘s “Suit and Tie.” Guarantee Jay blew Ye’s phone up when he got word that his little brother was being an emo artist on stage, once again. Read more…

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Even Without Janet Jackson Kendrick Lamar Turns “Poetic Justice” Into A Movie

Like everyone, we were hoping for a Janet Jackson cameo in Kendrick Lamar‘s highly anticipated visual to “Poetic Justice.” Janet opted out of making an appearance in the song that samples her voice on “Any Time, Any Place,” but K. Dot didn’t disappoint with the mini film he presented. Read more…

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Tegan & Sara Perform “Closer” And “Back In Your Head” On Big Morning Buzz Live

“Pop music is cool again,” said 1/2 of the duo Tegan & Sara on Big Morning Buzz Live. “I think that people were scared to call music pop until recently because pop meant not very good.” Our favorite sister girl group took the stage to perform Heartthrob‘s hits “Closer” and The Con’s “Back In Your Head” with guitars in hand. Plucking away the sisters harmonize “I just want back in your head.” Read more…

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Rita Ora Could’ve Been The UK Star Of Eurovision

Rita Ora turned down her chance to become the voice for her country after auditioning for Eurovision: Your Country Needs You at the age of 18. The judges were blown away by a young Rita, but for whatever reason–perhaps she thought bigger things were in store for her–she said thanks, but no thanks. Read more…

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Emeli Sande Wins Brit Award Over Posthumous Amy Winehouse

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In today’s microwave culture instant celebrities are made from a single catchy YouTube video. Whether the “artist” has actual talent matters little if they can churn out a Billboard top 10. So when someone like Emeli Sande, who writes her own music and has a voice comparable to the feeling of a cool breeze wins an award, music purists want to rejoice. Read more…