Jenni "JWoww" Farley has filed for divorce from husband Roger Mathews, multiple outlets report.
The Jersey Shore star initiated divorce proceedings two weeks ago in Ocean County, New Jersey, citing "irreconcilable differences." She also claimed her relationship with Roger has been on the rocks in the six months leading up to their split.Read More >>
Lil Wayne's "The Carter V" is now available, as anyone on social media can attest to. The release has absolutely taken over Twitter's top trending topics.
The album's release quickly pushed the NFL and its "Thursday Night Football" game out of the limelight. Suddenly, the top trending topics were various collaborators and song titles off of the release including "Wayne," "Kendrick," "Mona Lisa," "Ashanti," "Snoop," "Dark Side of the Moon," "Open Safe," "Mack Maine," "Open Letter" and of course "#CarterV."Read More >>
A high school football team in Akron got a big surprise from an unlikely source.
Last Saturday, during a football game between Massillon and Firestone, some players for the Falcons were seen playing the game in duct-taped cleats and tennis shoes.
Tiger players noticed and told their parents after the game. One of the Massillon moms posted about the game and how Firestone players needed cleats.Read More >>
Entertainer Bill Cosby, once known as "America's Dad," was sentenced Tuesday to three to 10 years in a state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home 14 years ago.Read More >>
Britney Spears and her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, have a new child support plan in place.
According to a source close to the negotiations, Spears has agreed to pay Federline thousands of more dollars a month in child support. The pop star had previously been paying Federline $20,000 a month, and the source claims she will now pay him nearly double that amount.
Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, finalized the deal with Spears’ legal team on Friday, according to the source.Read More >>
Whether you believe that celebrity beef is real or manufactured, you have to respect its history. Typically, musicians in the same genre will take jabs each other, but in the '70's John Lennon and Paul McCartney of Beatles fame went hard at each other. The legendary Beatles had split and each were releasing solo albums to build their own careers. McCartney was the first to initiate the beef by not crediting fellow Beatles on his album Ram and adding disses on a couple tracks. Lennon wasn't one to back down so he returned fire with a diss track entitled How Do You Sleep? It was dedicated to tearing down McCartney and to make matters worse, George Harrison is on the track. Like most celeb beef, this too was squashed and right before Lennon's assassination, according to McCartney's infamous GQ interview. Listen, watch and read here.Read More >>
The Kardashian and Jenner families have always found a way to make you second guess what you have known is right for so long. But now this has been taken to a whole new level! Kylie Jenner thinks she discovered cereal with milk... like it hasn't been around forever. Click Here to read the full article!Read More >>
Adam Levine and company secure high-profile gig at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium in February 2019Read More >>
Justin Bieber knows how to make the ladies--especially Hailey Baldwin--swoon.
The singer was seen singing "Cold Water," his hit collaboration with Major Lazer and MØ, outside Buckingham Palace in London on Tuesday (Sept. 18). He serenaded a group of fans, including his fiancee Hailey Baldwin.Read More >>
The Eminem/Machine Gun Kelly feud continues to heat up, as reports surface that he was booed during a performance of his Slim Shady diss track "Rap Devil" while opening for Fall Out Boy.
After the show Sunday night, Machine Gun Kelly posted a photo to Instagram of him wearing a shirt printed with the artwork for "Killshot," Eminem's musical response to "Rap Devil." He's flipping off the camera, as is the crowd behind him. The post, which received more than 600,000 likes, appears to depict the crowd showing support for Machine Gun Kelly's challenge to Eminem with the caption "he missed."Read More >>