After attending a concert in Paris this weekend, Gwyneth Paltrow took to her Twitter page to show off her fun night, but instead she got a firestorm of negative feedback.
On Friday (June 1), the "Contagion" actress posted a photo of herself on stage with rappers Jay-Zand Kanye West in Paris for their 'Watch the Throne' tour with a caption reading, "Ni**as in paris for real."
In the midst of their ‘Watch the Throne’ tour, Kanye West and Jay-Z released their newest music video for the single “No Church in the Wild” on Tuesday (May 29).
The intense video is directed by Romain Gavras and although the rappers never appear in the clip, their voices narrate the violent scenes that suggest an apocalyptic meltdown between police and rebels.
Making her triumphant post-baby stage debut, Beyonce Knowles was in fine form as she took the stage for the first time since giving birth to daughter Blue Ivy while putting on a concert in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday night (May 25).
The 30-year-old singing sensation confidently greeted the sold-out audience at Ovation Hall at Revel Resort & Casino while opening up the show with fan favorite “End of Time" before transitioning into “Love on Top"
Joining in on one of the biggest acts this year, Rihanna made her way on stage for a surprise performance with Kanye West and Jay-Z for their "Watch the Throne" tour in London.
The Barbadian beauty took to the London O2 Arena on Sunday night (May 20) wearing a cropped black top, skinny jeans and a beanie to perform "All Of The Lights" with Kanye as well as joining in on Jay-Z's hit "Run This Town."
Kicking off their European tour run in the UK, Jay-Z and Kanye West unwound following a concert in London on Saturday night (May 19) by throwing a 'Watch The Throne' tour London show after party at DSTRKT.
The hip-hop hitmakers threw the lavish bash as they're slated to perform the next three nights at London's O2 Arena before heading to Switzerland with ten shows following before tour's end on June 13th in Birmingham.
Adding to the momentous celebrity support for President Barack Obama’s support of gay marriage, Jay-Z expressed his views to CNN in an interview on Monday (May 14).
The rap icon said that discriminating against a gay person is like discriminating against a black person adding, “I’ve always thought of it as something that is holding the country back. What people do in their own homes is their business and you can choose to love whoever you love. That’s their business.”
Stepping out to announce some exciting news, Jay-Z was on hand at the "Budweiser Made In America" press conference in Philadelphia, PA on Monday (May 14).
The iconic rapper took the mic in his hand for a different reason than rapping today and did it in style wearing an all black ensemble including black jeans a black blazer paired with high top sneakers.