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- 02/15/16--18:14: Kylie Jenner seals deal with Puma despite Kanye's rant
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- 02/15/16--19:59: Meghan Trainor wins her first GRAMMY Award (of many to come) tonight
- 02/15/16--20:23: Denise Matthews, Prince Protégé "Vanity" Dead at 57
- 02/15/16--20:35: Terror Swift Wins Album of the Year
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one ep left~ (words that haven't been said since 2002 re: txf, damn) !!! discuss or whatever
"she's clearly in love with him" WELL DAMN YA FINALLY SAID IT
the mini scully and mulders were weird af but i didn't hate hate it? but it was weird. like. no.. it was weird. and isn't stella needed back in belfast by now? girl. this is the only ep out of the five we've seen that i can truly say i literally do not ever care to see again, tbh. you better make magic happen for this last ep, cc. i want to believe.
oh my fucking god. the ending of this ep 100000% touched my achy breaky my heart.
Last Monday it was announced that Kylie Jenner would be the new face of Puma, which prompted Kanye west to go on a Twitter rant the next day saying that there would "never be a Kylie Puma anything" because she was loyal to his own shoe brand.
Today it was confirmed that the deal is still taking place and that Kylie has already shot several photo shoots for the collaboration.
1000% there will never be a Kylie Puma anything. That's on my family! 1000% Kylie is on Yeezy team!!!— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 9, 2016
Puma we gone give you your measly million dollars back!!! Never try to divide the family!!!— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 9, 2016
Full first part of the special.
Meghan Trainor won the BEST NEW ARTIST GRAMMY AWARD tonight.
FUCK YES @MEGHAN_TRAINOR!!! I'M SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!!!!!— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 16, 2016
This is me forever..balling my eyes out. Can't believe what happened. My dad whispered "you made it" before I walked up and I lost it. I love my family so much. Without them I wouldn't be here today. Thank you to my team and everyone who got me here. Gonna cry happy tears all night. AHHHHHH🎉
Source: Twitter 1 + Twitter 2 + Instagram
Vanity, Prince Protégé, dies at 57
Vanity, the lead singer of Vanity 6, probably best known for the song "Nasty Girl" has died at the age of 57 after battling kidney disease for many years. In the 90's she became born-again, quit show business, and disavowed all of her previous work.
Vocalist of the century Lady Gaga delivered what @RollingStone is calling an "astonishing" tribute to the late and great David Bowie tonight at the 2016 Grammy Awards.
Click the screengrab to watch the performance on dailymotion.com.
Paraphrased from @RollingStone. DailyMotion.
Everyone else should just go home tbh.
-Off ha album 1989
poor Kendrick. la diabla stikes again
Lauryn is the friend who says "I'm almost there" when she's still at home.— ChampagnePetty (@__Dutch) February 16, 2016
Album of the year
Winner: 1989 - Taylor Swift
Best New Artist
Winner: Meghan Trainor
Best rock performance
Winner: Don't Wanna Fight - Alabama Shakes
Record of the year
Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
Song of the year
Winner: Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge
Best pop vocal album
Winner: 1989 - Taylor Swift
Best pop solo performance
Winner: Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran
Best music video
Winner: Bad Blood - Taylor Swift Featuring Kendrick Lamar
Best R&B performance
Winner: Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey) - The Weeknd
Best country album
Winner: Traveller - Chris Stapleton
Best rap album
Winner: To Pimp A Butterfly - Kendrick Lamar
Best music film
Winner: Amy - Amy Winehouse
Best song written for visual media
Winner: Glory - Lonnie Lynn, Che Smith & John Stephens (Common and John Legend)
FULL LIST @ SOURCE
The piano mics fell on to the piano strings, that's what the guitar sound was. It made it sound out of tune. Shit happens. X— Adele (@Adele) February 16, 2016
Because of it though... I'm treating myself to an in n out. So maybe it was worth it.— Adele (@Adele) February 16, 2016
yikes, that prob threw off her whole performance. she sounded good at first.
It seems like David Bowie's son was not a fan of Gaga's tribute...
"overexcited or irrational, typically as a result of infatuation or excessive enthusiasm; mentally confused." Damn it! What IS that word!?— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) February 16, 2016
maybe he was not here for Intel and Gaga using his father's death to promote themselves..
i loved the finale! but i'm still sad it's over
New Freakshow costume 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/msVsiB9Pj5— Joanna & Jasmin (@PieceofBritney) February 14, 2016
Britney Spears has improved so much from the Femme Fatale Tour. Look at that energy and confidence on the right. pic.twitter.com/7UyJAhQIeV— Shady Music Facts (@musicnews_shade) February 16, 2016
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Fifth Harmony member NORMANI KORDEI discusses her favorite music, Fifth Harmony sophmore album, female empowerment, the importance of confidence, and her exciting career.
Being in a musical group requires that each person in the group kind of steps back at times, in order to let the group shine as a whole, rather than individually. How has this shaped your experience in the music industry?
Anything that you do involving other people is a sacrifice. You have to realize that not only will you be affected in the process, but so will they. Not only will your opinion be valid, but so will theirs. I’d say that it’s been an adjustment for the five of us, which is natural because we all came into this industry with the intentions of being solo artists. Because it’s worked out differently and we have this huge platform, we all have to step back and remember how we got to this place. It was with each other. Each of our individual successes has been based on not just what we have done as individuals, but what the other four individuals have contributed. Yes, we are all individually the reason for our success, but we made it because of Fifth Harmony and Fifth Harmony consists of five [members], not one.
It’s as simple as that. I step back and listen to the others and also allowspace for everyone to have a moment. It’s extremely important. Their talent is just as important as mine, and I embrace it and appreciate it. There’s no time to get caught up in just me. Musically, I committed to four other people, and I have an obligation to them. The way I see it, my blood, sweat, and tears are not just for me; it’s for Fifth Harmony as well. We have been blessed. Most groups have lead singers, but we don’t. Each and every one of us is amazing in our own way. We have five beautiful women who exude talent, and I am blessed and honored to be one of those women. For me, the bottom line is: it’s all about respect and love, and I have both for Fifth Harmony.
What’s your favorite song that you’ve recorded with the group?
Although I love the body of work we have done, I would say that my favorite has yet to be released. It takes a lot for me to become attached to a song. If I do, it has to be something that I constantly hear in my head and sing randomly just because it’s that good and catchy. I have a few favorites on this upcoming album, but one song in particular has really grown on me. I can’t say much about this song, but when it’s released, you’ll know. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it.
As you’ve demonstrated with Fifth Harmony, you’re both an incredible singer and dancer. Which was your first passion? How’d you get into each?
I asked my family to enroll me in dance classes at the age of 3. My pre-school had an after school program that specialized in dance, so my mom, dad, and grandmother immediately enrolled me. I remember going to school and being excited for the day to end. All I could think about was changing into my ballet slippers, tap shoes, and most importantly, my pink tutu. My first love was dance, and through dance I learned to appreciate different genres of music. My love for music, along with a little push from my parents, led me to singing.
Many of Fifth Harmony’s songs like “BO$$” and “Worth It” boast a confident attitude and encourage women to know their value. Is this a belief you’ve always held, or was it one that developed as you got older?
I definitely think that it’s been something I had to grow into. I saw confidence in others but lacked it in myself. I have always been my worst critic, and I’ve overanalyzed everything. I was afraid of trying things, knowing that there was a possibility of me failing. Being fully confident and comfortable with showing others who I truly am is something that I have always wanted. I have grown so much in the past few years and have become fearless, confident, lionhearted, valiant, and powerful in my own right. In this business, you’re constantly under a microscope and always being judged by people who don’t really know you. I’ve learned to disregard what others think and say and simply carry on with being me. I know my heart, and I’m my own best friend. I am surrounded by people who show me that love has no end.I think that it is very important to know that you’re important and to trust yourself. Women should be empowered and wholeheartedly know their worth. We have such a significant role in this story being written.
Have you ever considered pursuing a solo career?
Yes, in the future. In the beginning, we all had intentions of pursuing solo careers. I’m still an individual, as well as the others, meaning we have slightly different visions and aspirations. We have a ton of work [to do] and much more to accomplish as Fifth Harmony before that happens.
The article is pretty interesting. While she's happy to be in the group, it gives us an interesting idea of the reality of being part of a girlgroup.
source & the rest of the article: clichémagazine
Kylie Jenner is going to on one of Wonderland's four covers for their upcoming spring "fame" issue.
Will you be picking up a copy, ONTD?
2 more days, I can hardly wait!
Adele gives middle finger to gender norms and lets her son dress up as Anna from Frozen to go to Disneyland pic.twitter.com/7uhfDYtx9x— Sebastien De C (@Tiansito) February 16, 2016
Bless Adele for being a cool mom.
"It's my secret trick to have perfect cleavage in photos. You tape them up so they are super lifted."
She says she's tried everything from masking tape to duct tape but gaffer's tape had the best hold and lift.
Can confirm this works 100%.