Saturday, July 3, 2010


In a recent interview with Vibe, BEP frontman Will.I.Am dished on the group's plan for the ultimate concert experience with the help of mastermind director James Cameron. "Right now, we are planning our 3-D tour movie, and James Cameron is directing it," Will revealed. The Peas are filming it in South America. People will be able to see the group in theaters with 3-D glasses and everything. With Cameron onboard, Will is convinced that the yet-untitled musical film will stand out among the rest with a "dope" story line. "It's a full-length film, and it's based around our tour activities," he said about the film, tentatively scheduled to hit theaters early next year.

Friday, July 2, 2010


Despite Fergie telling MTV News that she wasn't "even thinking about another solo album" last fall, it seems like she might have had a change of mind. Will.I.Am revealed in a recent magazine interview that the songstress does want to do another album on her own to follow up her smash debut, "The Dutchess." "Fergie wants to do another solo record, so of course we are going to do that," he said. "We have material ready for that. But right now, we are focused on the Peas — our world tour." Just last week, Will denied rumors that he and Fergie were dueling in a band battle. "Don't believe gossip about Fergie leaving the group (we are never breaking up) it's all lies!!!" he tweeted.

Thursday, July 1, 2010


Justin Bieber's ex has broken the hearts of the pop heartthrob's fans by tweeting about the time she spent with the singer in the Bahamas. Caitlin Beadles, who split from the star when his career took off, flew out to be with Bieber on June 6th, and, although the meeting was supposed to be top secret, she can't stop tweeting about it. A week after flying out to the Bahamas for her Bieber rendezvous, Beadles posted, "What happens in the Bahamas stays in the Bahamas!" on Twitter. Five days after that, the smitten teen wrote, "I hate when you have to leave. It's like half of me is gone. I miss you already!"

Wednesday, June 30, 2010


According to some of the producers helping to prep Britney Spears' next album, it won't be long before we hear from the pop star again. In fact, a musical storm is brewing, producer/songwriter Danja told Rap-Up TV of what to expect from Spears' next project. "We're getting things together," Danja revealed. The pair have collaborated on Spears' last two LPs, and Danja is the man responsible for giving Brit her comeback single "Gimme More." "I've actually been doing tracks that I love, and I can't wait to go into full production mode, but more or so [we're in] pre-production than anything," he said. Asked what direction the pop princess' material will take, the producer said it was hard to tell; things tended to be unpredictable in the studio. "We can start one way and end up a totally different way, I really don't know," Danja told Rap-Up TV. "I'm definitely gonna do my part and try to make it hard-hitting, uptempo, high-energy. That's what I think we need and that's what I'm gonna shoot for." The producer revealed that the chemistry between him and Spears is "so easy and fun." "It's one of the easiest — probably the easiest — sessions I've had in my career, so I'm looking forward to getting back in," he gushed. In May, Darkchild talked about creating new music for the singer, declaring that he would "write an international smash for her new album." No release date for Spears' album has been announced.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Rihanna has canceled her July 2nd concert at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington, which was scheduled to be the opening night of her tour. A press release from Live Nation states that the date had to be canceled due to "production changes." That means Rihanna's "Last Girl on Earth Tour" will now kick off on July 4th in Vancouver. The release didn't have information on what the production changes entail. The July 22nd show in Phoenix and the July 24th show in Dallas have also been cancelled. Nicki Minaj was originally scheduled to be one of the opening acts for the tour alongside Ke$ha. But, Minaj had to back out of the tour in order to work on her album. Travie McCoy is slated to take her spot.


Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green got married on June 24th, Green's rep confirmed. Green's son, Kassius, 8, was present at the ceremony. first reported the couple tied the knot at the Four Seasons on the Big Island of Hawaii. Fox and Green started dating in 2004, but split in February 2009 after a two year engagement. Within a few months they had reconciled and Green, who is 12 years her senior, popped the question to Fox, for a second time on June 1st.

My guess is that she realized her career was over after she was fired from "Transformers 3" and after her last two films flopped at the box office. So, now she has decided to settle down at the ripe age of 24. Maybe she should write her memoirs now(or at least have someone write them for her, like most other celebrities do). Mazel tov!

Monday, June 28, 2010


A week after reaching the chart's summit, Katy Perry's "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg, rewrites the mark for most weekly plays in the 17-year history of Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart. "California Gurls" logged 11,816 plays among the survey's 132 panelists, an average of 90 plays per station, in the chart's tracking week of June 21-27. The song passes the 11,224 plays tallied by previous record-holder Ke$ha's "TiK ToK" on the chart dated Feb. 6, 2010.

Sunday, June 27, 2010


Ne-Yo and his girlfriend, Monyetta Shaw, are expecting a child together. "I am 30, and I do have my first child on the way, and I'm very, very, very excited about that," the hitmaker told Ebony magazine. The star also revealed that the new addition to his family is due in January. "It's a New Year's baby," the singer told the magazine. The dad-to-be said he doesn't know the baby's gender yet because the little one was curled up in the womb during the first ultrasound, apparently making it hard to determine the sex. The star jokingly called out his unborn child, saying the baby was "stubborn."