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Lil' Kim On Nicki Minaj Diss Track Rumors: 'Remy Don't Need No Damn Help'
In a new interview with Billboard, Kim gave her two cents on the rap feud between the two MCs, and denied rumors about her recording a diss track with Remy aimed at Minaj. They have a rumor out there like, 'Kim is gonna do a diss track with Remy. Kim told Billboard there's no reason Remy Ma would need her to jump on a diss track. After hearing 'ShETHER,' that shit is so hard, Remy don't need no damn help, she said.
The 'Rich, Famous And Humble' Amy Schumer Has A New Netflix Stand-Up Special
We love Amy Schumer the actress, but nothing beats Amy Schumer the stand-up comedian. Apparently, every self-respecting comic has a special where they wear leather, so now it's Schumer's f**king moment to regret it and sweat profusely onstage while telling jokes at her own expense.
'Significant Other' Is The Broadway Play You Need To See Right Now
Less than two years later, Significant Other is gearing up for its highly anticipated transfer to Broadway's Booth Theatre, where it opens March 2. At the heart of Harmon's narrative is Jordan Berman, a neurotic, out millennial who has marriage on his mind. From a professional standpoint, Significant Other marks the start of a new chapter for Glick. Though his Spring Awakening character, Ernst, was also gay, the actor said he isn't concerned about being pigeonholed after his turn in Significant Other wraps.
'Viceroy's House' sends timely 'divide and rule' message, says director Chadha
A new film exploring the partition of India will offer audiences a poignant reminder, 70 years on, that using politics to divide communities is nothing new, its British director says. Gurinder Chadha, whose grandparents lived through the violence that followed the birth of Pakistan in 1947, said it was important for her to mark the milestone with a film like Viceroy's House.
Stephen Colbert Is Considering 'Giving Up Hope' For Lent Because Of Donald Trump
During the 40 days of Lent, Christians can choose to give up specific things and temporarily sacrifice experiencing personal pleasures. During the show, Colbert asked bandleader Jon Batiste whether he was giving anything up. The host didn't just go after Trump - Colbert also made fun of the Democrats' rebuttal speech to the joint Congress address. Colbert described that Beshear spoke from your normal, relatable, everyday diner where everyone faces the same direction in terrified silence.
Kim Kardashian Wore Heels To Play Tennis And People Are Losing It
Kim Kardashian can be extra, in the best way possible. Given this knowledge, it isn't too surprising she would try to play tennis in heels. We wonder what her good friend Serena Williams would think of this tennis attire. Luckily, it appears the reality queen and business mogul escaped her tennis outing unscathed, without a twisted ankle in sight.
42 Times We Did It For The Culture This Black History Month
There were so many amazing moments to bask in this Black History Month. This month, black people shined brightly and proved that the resilience of our ancestors flows deep within our veins. Here are 42 moments that made this Black History Month one for the culture. Tiera Guinn, 22, exuded black excellence by becoming an engineer with NASA before her graduation from MIT. Moonlight won Best Picture at the Academy Awards and put on for every black person who's been overlooked for white mediocrity.
Casey Affleck Addresses Sexual Harassment Allegations After Oscar Win
Affleck, whose settlement legally prohibits him or his alleged victims from discussing the details of the case, has remained mostly mum about the situation throughout awards season. Affleck's troubling allegations first resurfaced in a Mashable article published in September, after which it defined his Oscar narrative so heavily that some expected he would lose his front-runner status. Affleck addressed the allegations in Variety and New York Times profiles, telling the former outlet, People say whatever they want.
Steve Harvey's Ridiculously Good-Looking Family Can Work A Runway
Steve Harvey's family knows how to work the runway. Just LOOK at little Rose's fierce face! Steve's daughter, Lori, also walked in the show. Lori and Jason are Steve's kids by way of marriage to his third wife, Marjorie. Honored to be apart of such an amazing show and to have walked alongside my mom, brother, sister-in-law, niece AND nephew!
Oprah Is Thinking Maybe She *Could* Run For President
Oprah Winfrey never thought someone from a show business background with no political experience could rise to the office of POTUS, but here we are. She's apparently not ruling out a run of her own. Rubenstein wondered if Oprah could be the one to break the glass ceiling and be elected the first female president of the United States. Democrats would be better off if they ran Oprah or Tom Hanks, Moore told CNN after Hillary Clinton's loss in November.
The Most Beautiful Acceptance Speech This Week Came From A Queer Korean
The film, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival to great acclaim, brought the queer Asian-American experience to the big screen with nuance. In a moving, politically charged speech, Ahn stressed the importance of diversity in Hollywood at a time when many minority groups are facing an uncertain future. This is so meaningful that this is going to a film about a Korean-American immigrant family, about queer Korean people, Ahn said in the speech, which can be viewed above.
Rihanna Accepts Harvard's Humanitarian Award Like The Total Boss She Is
The year 2017 turned itself right around when Harvard University selected Rihanna as their Humanitarian of the Year earlier this month. On Tuesday, the Anti singer graciously accepted the honor with a touching and hilarious speech in peak Rihanna fashion. After a handful of guest speakers spoke to Rihanna's cultural and philanthropic impact, the singer took the stage and addressed her public. I just didn't know I would be in the position to do that by the time I was a teenager.
Murdoch's Fox set to request EU approval for Sky takeover bid
Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O) will seek approval from the European Commission for its $14.4 billion bid for European pay-TV firm Sky (SKYB.L) in the coming days, a person familiar with the matter said. Murdoch's bid to buy the rest of the British company it does not already own is likely to be a politically charged process. Analysts and lawyers expect the bid to be referred to Ofcom.
'Moonlight' Will Expand To A Peak 1,500 Theaters After Astonishing Best Picture Win
On the heels of on its unexpected victory at Sunday's Oscars, Moonlight will play at least 1,500 theaters this weekend. It's standard practice for a studio to re-release or expand its Best Picture medalist, but this year's tradition assumes added import, becoming the widest bow since Moonlight first opened in four theaters in late October. A24, the 5-year-old trendy independent distributor enjoying its first Best Picture win, had so far booked the movie in a peak 1,014 locations.
Brad Pitt Is A Rock Star General In Absurdist 'War Machine' Trailer
The last time Brad Pitt pulled off an absurdist satire he played a water-bottle chugging gym rat with a mean pompadour haircut in Burn After Reading, so consider us excited for his second time at bat. The trailer for Netflix's War Machine, which reportedly cost a cool $60 million to produce, debuted online Wednesday, and it looks like the streaming service has yet another hit on its hands.
'Dancing With The Stars' Season 24 Cast Features Nick Viall, Simone Biles, Charo And Mr. T
The star-studded cast of Season 24 of Dancing with the Stars was revealed on Good Morning America Wednesday -- and let's just say, it's a nice range of contestants. The Bachelor star Nick Viall will be gracing the ballroom after, possibly, finding love; Simone Biles will follow in the footsteps of last season's champion and her Olympic teammate, Laurie Hernandez; Normani Kordei of Fifth Harmony will show off her solo dance moves; and Mr T will cha-cha his way to ultimate lovability.
Bob Harper Posts Shirtless Monitor Selfie After Suffering Major Heart Attack
The fitness guru reportedly collapsed during a gym workout in New York City earlier this month and was immediately hospitalized after a fellow gym-goer kept him alive using CPR and defibrillators. He woke up two days later and was put on bed rest over the following week, per doctor's orders. Two weeks ago yesterday I had a heart attack. I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of messages and support.
Josh McDermitt Confirms Subtle 'Walking Dead' Joke You Might've Missed
In fact, Eugene is so into pickles that he may have totally missed a subtle but brilliant joke The Walking Dead pulled off on Sunday. At the end of the episode, after Eugene pledges himself to Negan, he apologizes to Dwight for previously biting him in the crotch. It was not lost on us, Eugene actor Josh McDermitt told The Huffington Post. McDermitt continued, We had a fun time shooting that scene because there's such awkwardness when Eugene interacts with people he doesn't know.
'100 Years Of Black Fashion' Is About So Much More Than Clothes
This is unlike the hundreds of other 100 years of. Buzzfeed Yellow released 100 Years Of Black American Fashion on Monday, marking the close of Black History Month. The video features some of our most beloved and popular trends, showing how black fashion evolved since the 1920s with iconic styles inspired by jazz, Motown and hip-hop. It also provides a look back through black history in this country using the lens of fashion.
'Big Bang Theory' Leads Taking Pay Cuts So Female Co-Stars Can Get Raises
The five leading stars of CBS's The Big Bang Theory are apparently taking pay cuts so that two of their longtime castmates can get raises. Bialik -- who earned four Emmy nominations for her role as Sheldon's girlfriend, Amy -- and Rauch have become key characters in the show since joining in Season 3. The two currently make around $200,000 per episode, according to Variety, and are gearing up for contract negotiations this week.

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