The 60th Annual Grammy Awards saw Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Mars stealing the spotlight from Jay Z with award wins, but Kesha had her moment with Praying and even Hillary Clinton got some face time at Donald Trump's expense.
While it hasn’t been long since she exited Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, model Yolanda Hadid is already preparing for her triumphant return to TV. In a new announcement, TV network Lifetime revealed that Yolanda
Pop singer Kesha was supposed to make her big return to the spotlight at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. After months of being consumed in a messy legal battle, the singer was gearing up to once again take the stage.
Since 2014, pop singer Kesha has been legally battling it out against Sony and Dr. Luke. After being allegedly sexually assaulted by Dr. Luke, Kesha has been desperately hoping that she can convince a judge to let her out of her record contract
Singing star Kesha has gone to the mat against Sony and Dr Luke, but it seems just as she's about to make some progress, she gets another obstacle placed in her path. Risking her career, she has pushed forward with many other female singers giving her support.
Pop singer Kesha is coming forward with some pretty serious claims regarding her case against Dr. Luke and Sony Music. Back in 2014, Kesha filed a suit against Dr. Luke, her music producer, after he allegedly sexually assaulted her.
Kicking off this weeks celebrity gossip, Willow Smith, daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith has just signed on to serve as Chanel’s newest ambassador. The company released and official statement today that Willow has been modeling their clothing since 2013
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