Ever since news of their baby's arrival broke in the wee hours of Sunday morning (January 8), Beyonce and Jay-Z's bundle of joy has ignited a firestorm of Twitter activity and conversation.
The power couple welcomed their first child, Blue Ivy Carter, at Lenox Hospital in New York City on Saturday night, with the Houston Chronicle reporting that "baby and mom are doing just fine" after a planned C-section.
Celebrities love swanky events, and the Burberry Body Fragrance Launch last night (October 26) in Los Angeles had plenty of star power.
“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” stunner Rosie Huntington Whiteley showed up at the Burberry store to host the fete looking magnificent in a plunging beige dress with matching strappy heels as she joined alongside fellow Burberry face Kate Bosworth.
Getting a first look at the hottest new styles, a slate of top names were spotted at the Rodarte Spring 2012 Fashion Show today (September 13) in New York City.
Among the stars on hand were country singing cutie Taylor Swift, who looked lovely as she sat alongside "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" actress Rooney Mara and Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour at Lincoln Center to peep the Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week goodness.
As a followup to a story first reported by GossipCenter, the Miami Police Department has denied claims of discrimination made by Solange Knowles.
The singing sister of Beyonce took to Twitter in the wee hours of Sunday morning (August 28) while alleging to have had a weapon drawn on her for no reason - in which she mistakenly blamed the Miami PD instead of the Miami Beach officers responsible for the incident.
No longer willing to bite her tongue when it comes to what she feels is a clear abuse of power, Solange Knowles voiced her disapproval with the way that police in Miami, Florida conduct themselves.
Taking to Twitter to post a series of late night, anger-filled messages, the 25-year-old began her venting session by writing, "I have literally had my last leg with discriminating police! Miami police department will be notified."