With just a little more than a month until one of sport’s biggest days, GQ announced that Lil Wayne will perform at the magazine’s annual Super Bowl party on February 2, 2013 in New Orleans, LA.
The “Lollipop” rapper was thrilled with the news and said, “As a lifelong sports fan and a proud New Orleans native, I am thrilled to partner with GQ, a publication that has long supported me, for this year's party.”
With another year's show come and gone, the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards offered up plenty of action while honoring the best in the music business.
The big winners at the Staples Center show on Sunday night (September 6) included Rihanna as Video of the Year honoree for "We Found Love" while Nicki Minaj nabbed Best Female Video for “Starships” and Chris Brown took home the Moonman for Best Male Video for “Turn Up the Music”.
In this day and age news travels fast, but that wouldn't be possible without the use of social networking. Celebrities definitely use the new technology to their advantage.
On Thursday (August 9), Forbes released its list of social media superstars based on the total number of Facebook fans and Twitter followers each celebrity has. After tallying the results, it appears music industry heavyweights hold the most power in the social networking world.
She's crafted an image that's turned into a non-stop cash register, so it comes as little surprise to find Taylor Swift in the top spot on Forbes' just-released list of the 'Highest Earning Celebrities Under the Age of 30'.
With monetary gains totaled from May 2011-May 2012, the "Mean" singer garnered a whopping $57 million while edging out Justin Bieber ($55 million), Rihanna ($53 million) and Lady Gaga ($52 million).