Keep in mind that Cyrus has been dating Liam Hemsworth for several years. I imagine everything about him is magical.
If you happen to be chilling in the French Riviera next week, consider RSVPing for a screening of Cruel Summer, a film inspired by the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music compilation of the same name. There's little known about the flick, except that some scenes were filmed in Qatar, Aziz Ansari and Kid Cudi star, and 'Ye was apparently influenced by Bananarama.
Van Halen has postponed all tour dates from July through September without explanation. Though the band members stand to make millions off the gigs, a source told Rolling Stone they "hate each other," adding, "The band is arguing like mad. They are fighting."
Halen is just like that couple that gets into blowout fights as entertainment. They could change their minds by next week and no one would be surprised.
50 Cent underwent surgery to remove a blockage in his small intestine, but he's doing A-OK. The rapper was in top Twitter form by Wednesday, when he posted a picture of himself surrounded by stuffed animals with the caption, "Do not do a @djdrama gangsta grillz this is all I get. Ain't this a b*tch. I give 15 tracks you give me this."
Don't be fooled by the naughty language; dude's clearly a total softie.
Bono is on his way to becoming the world's richest musician. The Irish singer's private-equity firm, Elevation Partners, owns a 2.3 percent stake in Facebook, but he's not drawing in all the mad cash (about $1.5 billion), as there are other investors involved. He also stated, "We do get paid, and that is a good thing. I'm blessed. But, you know, I felt rich when I was 20 years old and my wife was paying my bills. Just being in a band, I've always felt like this."
Make this more artsy for Pink and you could win $1000.
Pink fans with digital art skills: Design the performer's new official Facebook timeline image using this photo as your base, and you could win a framed copy of your own work, a feature on her social media channels (14 million Facebook fans... no big deal) and a thousand bucks.
Riff Raff is like that creepy dude who works at the convenience store by your school who has really pretty eyes but maybe no teeth of his own so you don't admit to your friends that you think he's kind of sexy? But not really? And his video for "Time" reveals what he's like beyond the dreadlocks (but not without the grills). He's just a mellow guy who has to keep the TV in order to fall asleep.
Miley Cyrus totally had her heart broken by a Jonas brother. Kanye West has announced his new film Cruel Summer will premiere May 23 at Cannes. Van Halen has postponed a bunch of tour dates, leading many to speculate that maybe the band members' hatred for each other has won out yet again. And 50 Cent had an operation, but he's recovering with the help of some stuffed animals.
For someone who faces criticism over pretty much everything she does, Miley Cyrus comes across as a remarkably confident and well-spoken young woman in her segment on Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet, an alternative interview series on Lifetime. In addition to the young star's reflections on how Disney media training shaped her sense of self, Cyrus revealed that she faced the worst breakup of her life when she was just 14 years old.
Asked what advice she'd give her teenage self now, Cyrus explained, "This too shall pass... that's something I so needed to remember. When you're that young—even now, if anything happens, it's the end of the world, it's the end of your world... I had my biggest heartbreak when I was 14, even though that sounds crazy, 'cause I was 14, but that was what love was to me. I was in love somebody, I was in love with this person that I thought was perfect and so amazing and so when you get your heart broken that's all you see, like, 'The rest of my life is ruined because he doesn't love me back!'"
Cyrus also discusses her thoughts on sex being used as currency in the music world and beyond, opining, "Sex actually is really beautiful. It's the only way we create and it's the only way the world keeps going. So it's ignorant to not talk to your kids about it or make it seem as magical as it actually is."