James Corden is on fire as the new host of The Late Late Show. After helping Tom Hanks reenact all of his films in just six minutes, Corden took Mariah Carey for a drive in a Range Rover, and what resulted was a glorious little game of “Carpool Karaoke.”
The tracklist for Kendrick Lamar‘s new album has found it’s way online, Mary J. Blige’s new video has arrived, Snoop Dogg is headed down to Austin for SXSW, and more on Last Lap.
Beyonce wishes a backup dancer a speedy recovery, Drake donates a recording studio to a Philadelphia high school, Mariah Carey lands a multi-album deal, and more on First Dibs.
Some of the biggest artists in the game, J. Cole, Mariah Carey, and Justin Bieber, to name a few, were raised by single mothers. We’re stealing the light from major artists — just for a moment — to shine it on the single mothers who raised them in honor of Women’s History Month.
-By Frank Donovan
Valentine’s Day is a double-edged sword. If you’re happily shacked up (or happily single), you can just skip this and have a great day.
But if you’re trying to get out of that toxic relationship before the 14th, or you’re already deep in the depths of a hellish split, or even if your broken heart is left unhealed by time, we’ve assembled 20 breakup songs that run the gamut—all deep cuts from the ’90s vaults.
Long before Kim’s #BreakTheInternet Paper magazine cover —when hashtags were just pound signs— magazine covers were a whole lot simpler. In that mythical time known as the 1990s, our favorite artists like Fiona Apple, Janet Jackson and Beck posed with unironic joy, donned pleather outfits, and were surrounded by vague references to “hi-tech” things. We took a stroll down memory lane and picked up 35 of the splashiest ’90s covers from alt-rock to hip-hop on the covers of Rolling Stone to Spin.
Mariah Carey says goodbye to Celine Dion and moves to Las Vegas, John Legend and Common are up for an Oscar, 2 Chainz drops a new single less than 24 hours since his interview with Nancy Grace went viral and more on First Dibs.
If Sex and the City‘s character Samantha taught us anything, it’s that every breakup gives way to competition. Even if the breakup occurred on good terms, and especially if it didn’t, both parties automatically enter into the “Who’ll Die Miserable?” game. As with every game, there’s a winner, a loser, and occasionally, a tie. Who came out ahead of his or her ex in these past musician couples? Click through the photo gallery to find out.
Mariah Carey is the undisputed Queen of Christmas, so she’s the perfect person to focus on in a special Christmas Edition of Transformation Tuesday! After all, she wrote and performed maybe the best (Christmas) song of all time. Mariah has been belting out the number ones since the early nineties and has slayed us with her incredible vocals and quirky personality ever since. Through the years she’s gone from natural and curly to curvy bombshell goddess and every sexy look in between. While Mariah’s hair may take many forms, she’s always serving up gorgeous gowns, a lot of cleavage and a big smile. And we’re sure we’ll be seeing Mariah belt out “All I Want For Christmas Is You” for the next few decades.
Jennifer Lopez thinks dating younger guys is no big deal, Mariah Carey cries and loses a shoe during a performance, Miley Cyrus covers folk icon Melanie‘s “Look What They’ve Done” and more on Last Lap.