Advertisements

Nicki Minaj to Open the 2018 E! People’s Choice Awards

Nicki Minaj has been tapped to open the upcoming 2018 E! People’s Choice Awards.

According to E! Minaj will perform tracks from her album, Queen, at the annual ceremony, which will take place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, and air on Sunday at 9 PM ET.

Minaj is nominated in two categories, including Female Artist of 2018 and Album of 2018.

In other Minaj news, the female emcee has become the first female artist with 100 career visits to the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This honor is due to her remix of “Dip” with rapper Tyga.

Advertisements

Idris Elba Named PEOPLE’s 2018 ‘Sexiest Man Alive’

Idris Elba is bringing sexy back! The actor has been named PEOPLE magazine’s 2018 ‘Sexiest Man Alive.’

Elba, a British actor, is the second African American man to be given the title since the magazine began doing this signature spread in 1985.

Fans have been throwing their full support behind Elba being chosen with many remarking that “it’s about time.”

Elba is a quadruple threat – he sings, acts, DJs and directs – so this title is long overdo.

Back in 2017, the 46-year-old won the male title for the “Rear of the Year” award in Britain.

Will Smith, Marc Anthony, Bad Bunny To Open The 19th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards


The Latin Recording Academy® today announced that Marc Anthony, Bad Bunny, and Will Smith will perform their new song "Está Rico" live for the first time at the 19th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards on November 15 from 8–11 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. Central).

Back in September, Smith had been posting behind-the-scene videos of the three recording the song, until he finally unveiled their project during his birthday week (September 25). Smith rapping and performing should come as no surprise, as fans have been eagerly awaiting the ‘Prince of Bel-Air’ to release new music.

Actress Ana de la Reguera and singer Carlos Rivera will host the show. Ángela Aguilar, El David Aguilar, Pablo Alborán, J Balvin, Jorge Drexler, Karol G, Kany García, Halsey, Mon Laferte, Natalia Lafourcade, Maná, Victor Manuelle, Banda Los Recoditos, Carlos Vives, and Sebastián Yatra are all set to perform.

A live stream will include interviews from various locations, including the red carpet, Latin GRAMMY Premiere ceremony, backstage, and the media center, beginning at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.

For more information and the latest news, please visit the official Latin Recording Academy website at LatinGRAMMY.com. Follow us on Facebook (LatinGRAMMYs), Twitter (@LatinGRAMMYs) or Instagram (@LatinGRAMMYs). Use #LatinGRAMMY on your favorite social media platforms.

PHOTOS VIA WIREIMAGE

Beyonce Dresses Up as Toni Braxton for Halloween

Beyonce is ready for Halloween. Bey opted to become another singer for Halloween (she was Lil Kim last year) by becoming Toni Braxton, or as Beyonce calls herself ‘Phoni Braxton.’

Bey recreated Braxton’s self-titled debut 1993 album cover.

Though there are very subtle differences, Beyonce hits the nail on the head with her hair, leather jacket, high-waisted jeans and white tank.

What do you think of Beyoncé’s Toni Braxton look?

Top 5 Halloween Movies To Watch

Halloween is fast approaching and if you still haven’t found a party or event to attend, then watching a scary film is the next best thing.  There are hundreds of scary films to entertain you and your guests with on Halloween, but these top 5 Halloween films are exactly what you need to make your frightful night complete.

#5 – “Hocus Pocus” (1993)

“Hocus Pocus” is one of the most watched Halloween films every year. With the film celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, parents and kids alike have been binge watching the movie every time it airs.  The film stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy who play a trio of sister witches. The story follows a misfit teenage boy named Max, who mistakenly casts a spell that resurrects the trio. In an effort to keep their presence on earth going, the sisters seek to steal the soul of a Max’s sister, Dani. The movie includes witches, zombies and even a musical number. “Hocus Pocus” isn’t filled with gore and a signature monster, but it’s the perfect traditional film for people of all ages to enjoy.

#4 –  “It” (1990)

Clowns can be happy and entertaining or they can be a nightmare like in Stephen King’s “It.” the original film was a miniseries adapted from the 1986 novel by the same name. If you aren’t afraid of clowns, you probably will be by the end of the film.   Tim Curry stars as the shapeshifter Pennywise, who terrorizes a group of children (named the Losers) and then returns 30-years later to start the cycle all over again. “It” is one of the those films that makes you sleep with a night light, a warm blanket and a bat by your bedside.  It makes you second guess everything you thought was fun and friendly about clowns.  If you want even more gore than the original, then the 2017 remake of the film will be right up your alley.

#3  – “A Nightmare on Elm Street” (1984- 2003)

Elm Street is where nightmares become a reality.  Halloween night is the perfect time to binge watch the “A Nightmare on Elm Street” series. There have been seven films in the series – “A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984),” “Freddy’s Revenge (1985),” “Dream Warriors (1987),” “The Dream Master (1988),” “The Dream Child (1989),” “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991),” “Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994).” There was also the spin-off film, titled  “Freddy vs. Jason (2003).”  The 2010 remake was the only film in that didn’t star the original Freddy (Robert Englund) and it showed, as it was the worst movie in the franchise. The general concept had  creator Wes Craven taking a fear that every human has experienced and brought it to life. Even if your Nightmare wasn’t the focus in any of the films, the eerie thought that your nightmare could become real was enough to make you follow the actors in the film and stay up all night to avoid Freddy.

#2 – “Child’s Play”  (1988)

When Chucky wants to play, you run away.  “Child’s Play” shows us that just because something seems innocent on the outside, it doesn’t mean the inside matches. The 80s were all about Chucky; a Good Guy doll that was inhabited by a dying serial killer named Charles Lee Ray.  The original film follows Chucky as he’s determined to kill his way to taking over the body and soul of his human owner, a boy named Alex.  Wielding a knife through most of the film, Chucky takes no prisoners and slashes anyone in his path.  The movie makes you hate dolls, but love Chucky due to his quick wit and charisma. That charisma has led to a loyal fanbase eagerly awaiting a franchise reboot!

#1 – “Halloween”  (1978)

Eleven movies, countless explosions and stab wounds later and Michael Myers is still alive and kicking. Or is he? You can’t celebrate Halloween without watching the movie that shares the same name. The “Halloween” franchise began in 1978 and some 40-years later, “Halloween” is still the most recognized film of the season.  The original film begins with Michael Myers stabbing his older sister to death when he was just six-years-old.  Myers is released from a mental facility and begins to go on a stalking and killing spree on Halloween the state of Illinois. The latest “Halloween,” which was released just a few weeks ago, ignored all of the other sequels and picked up where the original left off. It is also the highest-grossing film in the series.
If listening to “Monster Mash” on today and eating bags of candy isn’t your thing, then check out these classic Halloween films!

 

Kerry Washington For MARIE CLAIRE Magazine

Kerry Washington is taking November by storm, as she covers the new issue of MARIE CLAIRE magazine.

The magazine is paying homage to the 50 women around the world and in the industry that are go-getters, in their ‘Power’ Issue.

Though Washington isn’t fixing lives on ABC’s “Scandal” anymore, she’s been keeping busy by appearing in the Broadway play “American Son.”

For more with Kerry and the other amazing women featured, pick up the latest issue of MARIE CLAIRE.

Mariah Carey Teases Upcoming Album Cover, Name and Release Date

Mariah Carey and her fifteenth album are ready to take the world by storm.

This week, the singer revealed that her upcoming album would be named ‘Caution’ and it set to be release on November 16.

Carey also shared a sneak peek at the album cover with fans. The cover features a close-up of the singer with a blue undertones. Fans won’t have to wait long for the album, as pre-ordering it begins October 18.

Will you be coping or gifting Mariah Carey’s new album?

%d bloggers like this: