In recent entertainment news, JUSTIN BIEBER has just released his new song called “Confident.”
The “All That Matters” singer, who was recently seen rehearsing shirtless for his upcoming song “Confident,” has just released the new track as part of his #MusicMondays (wherein he posts new singles on Twitter) tradition.
Featured in the song is Chance The Rapper.
Listen to his new song below:
What do you think of his new song?
BEN AFFLECK has blasted the paparazzi who follow celebrity kids around in a new interview with Playboy, saying that “it’s wrong and disgusting.”
Our new Batman has had a bad past with the paparazzi… much like all the celebrities in Hollywood. But the award-winning director-actor was, who was accused of kicking a paparazzo during a run-in early this year, is one of those actors who are not going to take all the intrusiveness lying down.
REBECCA BLACK has debuted a music video for her new song called “Saturday.”
That YouTube sensation, who became the most disliked person in the world for her bizarre song, “Friday,” is back with a new original track featuring Dave Days, and what “better” way to follow up her infamous “Friday” than with a song called… “Saturday”?
Not only that, it seems she’s showing more love for Miley Cyrus (following her impressive acoustic cover of “We Can’t Stop”) by seemingly taking the pop star’s video as an inspiration her own.
HARRY STYLES and KENDALL JENNER were spotted leaving an NYC hotel together this weekend.
Do we smell something… fishy?
Wouldn’t you say so after the cute One Directioner and the obviously very sexy reality star-slash-model were spotted leaving a hotel in New York together and then grabbing another meal afterwards just last Saturday?
Hollywood news reports that the director of “Fast & The Furious” has promised that they will finish the upcoming movie installment in the wake of their lead actor PAUL WALKER‘s death.
Some say “Fast & The Furious” will never be the same without Paul Walker, after he died last week from an explosive car crash in California. Universal Pictures, who recently released a touching tribute video for the actor, seemed to agree as they announced on Wednesday that they will be shutting down the production indefinitely.
“Saturday Night Live” parodied the recently aired TV production of “Sound of Music,” entertainment news has learned.
Carrie Underwood‘s much-anticipated “Sound of Music” production didn’t go unnoticed by the funny people over at “SNL.”
Just two days after it aired on NBC, someone who also isn’t Julie Andrews took on the role of Maria Von Trapp and the rest of the cast—including former cast member Kristen Wiig with her trademark “baby hands”—helped make a “condensed” version of the live musical for those who missed Underwood.