It’s been too long since we’ve heard new music from Justin Bieber, and on Wednesday morning (July 29) he dropped by “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” to announce the drought is almost over.
The “As Long As You Love Me” crooner stated that his next single will drop in one month and is titled “What Do You Mean?” “Girls are often flip-floppy. They say something and they mean something else. So … what do you mean? I don’t really know, that’s why I’m asking.”
Adding plenty of girl power to the mix, both Queen Latifah and Mary J Blige have joined the cast of the forthcoming NBC live production of “The Wiz,” slated to air on December 3rd.
According to Us Weekly, the “Living Single” star will play The Wiz, while Ms. Blige will handle the Evillene (The Wicked Witch of the West) duties. As an added bonus, Beyonce Knowles is currently in talks to play Glinda The Good Witch.
As one of the hottest players in the game Tom Brady absolutely loves being a part of the action, and the Super Bowl champion is furious that the National Football League is forcing him to miss the first four games of the forthcoming season due to his alleged involvement in the “Deflategate” scandal.
On Wednesday (July 29) Mr. Gisele Bundchen took to his Facebook page to publish a lengthy post regarding the league’s controversial decision- "I am very disappointed by the NFL’s decision to uphold the 4 game suspension against me. I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either."
After making a name for herself on “Married With Children,” Christina Applegate had a challenging time finding her footing in Tinseltown, and it turns out she said ‘no thanks’ to the lead role of Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde,” a gig that boosted Reese Witherspoon’s career.
The “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” babe told Entertainment Tonight, "The script came along my way and it was right after I had just finished Married and it was, you know, a blonde who was, in that first script dimwitted but ends up going to Harvard. It was just, I got scared. I got scared of kind of repeating myself."