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“Happy white people proud of their racist ancestors day,” he tweeted. and Tiny are still living separately and are working to co-parent their 15-month-old daughter, Heiress.
Now, American Idol has officially cleaned its judging house. The brewing feud between American Idol and The Voice, which returns for a second season after the Super Bowl Sunday night, shows no signs of simmering down.
The pop superstar is making her big screen debut as a leading lady in the movie revamp, alongside Bradley Cooper, who is also serving as director.
Five years after making “Love in a Hopeless Place,” Calvin Harris has forced Rihanna into yet another hopeless place, this time in the video for their team-up track “This Is What You Came For.” The premise is simple enough: Our heroine is trapped in a multicolored, strobe-lit cube in the middle of a forest, possibly some sort of futuristic maximum-security prison for people caught raving out too hard, while Calvin or some other nondescript white man occasionally appears menacingly in the background. But while Rihanna twirling and making sexy eyes is arguably a force potent enough to end most global conflicts, Calvin’s embroiled in one media firestorm that even she can’t distract us from.
Also at Coachella, Kaleidoscope Productions and Delta Air Lines hosted "Lawn Talks," a casual day of conversation amongst music's top innovators, pioneers, and legends in music, technology and business during the music festival.
The star-studded guest list included Shay Mitchell and speakers Randy Jackson (GRAMMY-winning producer), Jim Zukin (founding partner, Houlihan Lokey), and Noel Lee (founder & CEO, Monster).