Beyonce’s makeup artist Sir John shares red carpet tips and tricks, Pharrell makes an appearance on The Simpsons, more details surrounding Suge Knight’s fatal hit-and-run case emerge, and more on First Dibs.
- Charli XCX punked out Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” in a Ramones-inspired cover of the song she did for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. [CoS]
Lol.. Killing these lil rumours that I got beat up last night at meek mill party. It’s funny how I’m always the topic of discussion for bullshit. Given my prior encounters with the law I don’t conduct myself like that when I go out. So no, I wasnt involved in any pistol whipping or fighting. There was an altercation between other people at the party and I observed. Me and my team left so we wouldn’t have anything to do with it so the police wouldn’t fuck wit me. You know how my name pops up in everything. Lol. GOOD DAY SIR A photo posted by BREEZY (@chrisbrownofficial) on Feb 9, 2015 at 1:00pm PST
- Chris Brown cleared the air last night when he took to Instagram to kill all rumors that he was “nearly murdered” at Meek Mill’s Grammy afterparty. [XXL]
- The Village People began their trial yesterday to settle who wrote 24 of the group’s songs, including the evergreen “Y.M.C.A.” [Billboard]
- VH1 host Shirea Carroll met up with Beyonce’s makeup artist Sir John at the Times Square Sephora to talk about red carpet beauty.
#TheSimpsons #Simpsons #Pharrell #Happy #Grammys #Beyonce #kanyewest #yeezy #Beck A video posted by @simpsonvids on Feb 9, 2015 at 7:52am PST
- Pharrell made an appearance the other night on The Simpsons in, naturally, cartoon form. The Grammy winner wore his Vivienne Westwood hat and sang a few lines of “Happy.” [Vibe]
- Watch Florence + The Machine’s nature-inspired new video for “How Big How Blue How Beautiful.”
- Suge Knight was on the set of a promotional shoot for Straight Outta Compton to meet with Dr. Dre just before his fatal hit-and-run incident, according to a source close to Knight. Dre supposedly never asked Knight for approval to portray Knight’s likeness in the movie, and Knight wanted to clear the air with him. [Stereogum]
- Richard X, British producer and songwriter, remixed Lana Del Rey’s “Brooklyn Baby,” turning the lazy tune into a synthed-up dancefloor jam. [Idolator]