What exactly would it take to unite the biggest female alter egos on one stage-showcasing new material collaboratively?
Allow me to to suggest: Nicki Manaj, Beyonce, Katy Perry, Rihanna & Lady Gaga. Read more
August’s edition of Harper’s Bazaar features one of the biggest pop stars of this generation. Rihanna graces the cover and in the pages to follow opens up to columnist Laura Brown about everything from her conservative love life to her now flat cake. Read more
Well, that was pretty fucking awesome. Despite supposedly having been dead for over 15 years, Tupac Shakur joined Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg on the main stage at Coachella late Sunday night.
An all-too-realistic hologram of the late rapper rolled through "2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted" and other hits in the California desert. Even more unnervingly, he started his mini-set by shouting out "Coachella" by name.
Snoop and Dre were also joined by Eminem, who performed "I Need a Doctor" and "Forgot About Dre" with his mentor. He also ripped through "Till I Collapse." 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa and newcomer Kendrick Lamar also made appearances, as the night proved to be a celebration of rap's heavy hitters, old-school classics and almost-old school hits ("In Da Club," anyone?).
Undoubtedly, however, it was Tupac's hologram who stole the show. Twitter was set ablaze by the performance, with musicians like Rihanna and Questlove expressing their amazement with the technology.
Rihanna graces the cover of the latest Elle magazine,which includes a lengthy interview and photo spread. The provocative, yet elegant shoot showcases Rihanna in a number of poses and outfits. Read more
Did you ever think that your family night board game would hit the big screen?
The new action packed sci-fi Universal picture Battleship revamps the old school board game with big name stars, Aliens, and the faith of humanity of course. Directed by Peter Berg, Battleship tells the story of an international naval fleet, located at Pearl Harbor, and their fight to stop an alien species, the Regents, from building a power source in the Pacific Ocean. Starring Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard, Brooklyn Decker, Liam Neeson, and Rihanna Battleship is expected to hit movie theaters May of this year.
What are your thoughts on this new sci-fi flick?
On the day of Rihanna’s birth, she has released the remix to her hit-song, “Birthday Cake” which features two verses from Mr. Brown. Most unexpected collaboration of the year? The two got together and decided to let the beef go and show them that they still have love for each other even if its on a music level, and do I smell some sexual tension in the song?
The Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2012 Campaign has seen the fashion house work together with Rihanna for a second successive season. Photographed in Dublin by highly coveted fashion photographers Mert & Marcus Piggott, the launch of the collection makes for compelling news looking at these images. The imagery stays on path with what we can expect, not only from the photographers but the sensual concept we know all to well from Emporio Armani in the past.
Dudley O’Shaughnessy is a Boxer turned Model based in London. Photographer Sharif Hamza captures boxer-turned-model Dudley O'Shaughnessy demonstrating the finesse and intense concentration that training for the sport demands. The 22-year-old rogue beauty stepped into the ring at the respected West Ham Boxing Club at the age of nine, following in the footsteps of his father and brother, both boxers. "Their trophies were my Action Men," says the Canning Town-bred youngster. Armed with his trademark sleek style, O'Shaughnessy went on to become the senior Amateur Boxing Association welterweight champion last year and narrowly missed a place on Team GB for the 2012 Olympics. Scouted as a model aged 19, and currently represented by Next Model Management, the blue-eyed, six-foot-one stunner has recently added acting to his CV, starring in Rihanna's steamy music video for “We Found Love,” as well as in two short films. Here, the fighter answers a round of quick-fire questions.
Muhammad Ali or Joe Frazier?
Professional or amateur?
Swarmer or brawler?
Jab or hook?
Sway or duck?
Boxers or briefs?
Natural or bleached?
Sportswear or suit?
Football or rugby?
Modeling or boxing?
Crowd or alone?
Rihanna wants to ‘spank’ Britney Spears in the video for their song. OH MY! catholic school boy classic fantasy wish they both would spank me, but enough with the sexual desires. The two mega pop superstars have teamed up for a remix of Rihanna’s raunchy hit single S&M and the Rude Boy singer insists she wants the promo to be as racy as the track’s lyrics. Read more
Sometime I forget how beautiful she really is... Even After she got a beat Here’s the behind the scenes to Rihanna’s recent Rolling Stone Cover shoot where she also answers some Twitter inquires from her fans.
A mishap is when you accidentally send your Churro peen pictures to World Star Hip Hop or the stylist chosen for your photo shoot has a strange fetish for all things Family Matters related. Those are mishaps. "Mishap" can not be used to describe the beating of Rihanna. But that's exactly the word Chris Brown used in his interview with Page Six Magazine. Chris made it sound like the whole thing is just one giant shrug to him. Casper should've put his hand over Chris Brown's mouth when he had the chance. Find out What he said below the photo...
Here's what Chris said:
“People are always gonna talk. But I’m in a positive place. I consider myself a grown-ass man. And at the end of the day, if I walk around apologizing to everybody, I’m gonna look like a damn fool.
A handful of people stuck by me. But when [most] people see certain things happen to somebody, they usually turn away. They don’t want to get involved with it because they don’t want their name attached to anything negative. Unknowingly, they kind of show their true colors when they do that. But you can’t blame people for how they want to be portrayed or if they don’t want to be associated with somebody who had a particular mishap.
People kind of get clouded, and then when they get up to the top, they kind of lose a bit of themselves and they’re not as humble. So knowing how it can be taken away and given back and taken away again, it kind of just taught me to be focused.”
Since this Woman-Beater looks like a third-rate Urkel impersonator, he should've stayed in character and simply said: