It appears that R&B superstars Drake and Chris Brown are vying for Rihanna’s affections yet again.
Brown, who was arrested for his brutal beating of the Barbadian beauty five years ago this month, has been exchanging text messages with the “Umbrella” singer, which, insiders tell the NY Post, has those close to the pop princess very concerned she’ll give the historically-troubled relationship another go.
PHOTOS: Brooklyn Beauties! Rihanna… Continue reading Three’s A Crowd, Again: ‘Sentimental’ Rihanna Texting Chris Brown, Spending Time With Drake
It was a tale of two Jenner parties Saturday night.
Kylie celebrated turning 16 with an over-the-top bash including a surprise appearance by Drake while her brother, Brody , who is turning 30 on Wednesday, looked sullen as he stood on an empty red carpet at Hyde nightclub in the Bellagio Las Vegas.
Brody is the son of Bruce Jenner and his second wife, Linda Thompson, and… Continue reading Dueling Jenners! While Kylie Celebrates Her Sweet 16 With Family & Drake, Brother Brody Hosts Vegas Club Event Alone
By Jen Heger – Radar Assistant Managing Editor
Multiple eyewitnesses have told cops that Drake started the nightclub brawl with Chris Brown in the early morning hours on Thursday by throwing a bottle directly aimed him, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
A physical fight subsequently broke out between Drake and Chris’ entourages, with friends, bodyguards and innocent bystanders left bloodied… Continue reading Drake Started Fight, Threw Bottle At Chris Brown 'Multiple Eyewitnesses' Tell Cops
Director Drake Doremus is very modest and unassuming, and he’ll be the last to say that his latest film, Like Crazy, represents one of the best love stories you’ll see on screen all year — which is why we’re here to say it for him. Like Crazy destroyed audiences back at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival where it took home the fest’s top Grand Jury honors… Continue reading 'Like Crazy' Director Drake Doremus on His Six Favorite On-Screen Romances
Anna Faris, star of “What’s Your Number,” has come a long way since her first acting gig in the made-for-TV movie “Deception: A Mother’s Secret.” But that experience only served as inspiration for one of Saturday’s (Oct. 15) funnier “SNL” moments, a faux Lifetime game show called “What’s Wrong with Tanya.” The premise: moms try to guess what’s wrong with their daughters, all named Tanya:
Although rapper Drake was on board… Continue reading "Saturday Night Live": Anna Faris, Drake, Nicki Minaj make us proud