The Internet proved Yonce is queen even when she isn’t trying, Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl make collaboration awesomeness, B.B. King’s daughters believe their late father was poisoned, and more news to help your post-Memorial Day struggles.
Over the holiday weekend, Internet users created short videos of Beyonce dancing to songs by different artists using the hashtag #BeyonceAlwaysOnBeat. If this doesn’t wake you up, you’re SOL. [Vibe]
B.B. King’s daughters Karen Williams and Patty King recently spoke out about their father’s death, claiming that two of his closest aides poisoned him. King’s lawyer is now denying the claims, adding that there was no homicide investigation. Three doctors have also stated that King was properly cared-for. The family is awaiting the results of King’s autopsy, which was performed on Sunday. [ABC News]
New Girl’s Max Greenfield joins American Horror Story: Hotel. [USA Today]
A letter, written by George Harrison, revealing The Beatles’ failed plans to record with Jim Stewart has sold for $20,000. [NME]
On Big Morning Buzz Live, Dancing With the Stars’ Maksim Chmerkovskiy said it’s bad news for contestants too hook up with their teachers.
John Legend tried to get Chrissy Teigen to say “puss in boots,” but it took a while to get there.
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