Jennifer Lopez went on Ellen and dropped her “straight lingo” about doing a song with Drake.
Don't call her a cougar! Jennifer Lopez appeared on The Ellen Show Tuesday and talked to Ellen DeGeneres about her reputation for dating younger men. Related: J.Lo Talks Drake At The Grammys The singer was adamant that she doesn't date men based on age but based on her personal connection to them. She said: "I don't date younger men. It's [...]
Jennifer Lopez has been helping her fans stay warm this winter by posting a series of increasingly hot Instagram photos. And Lopez isn’t stopping, sharing another picture in which she sizzles after dropping some bombshells during her...Show More Summary
Meet Alex “MC” Trebek.
Rihanna Turns 29 And Gets Birthday Wishes From Rappers Drake And Future Happy Birthday Rihanna! Robyn Fenty turned 29 on Monday and she got well wishes from rapper Future among a few others. Drake wishing Rihanna a happy birthday
If only we could all be so lucky as to have Drake love us. While performing a concert in Dublin Monday night, the Canadian rapper took time to shout out his love for Rihanna on her 29th birthday. Even though the pair spilt up monthsShow More Summary
Drake's real love is Rihanna.
Drake gave ex-girlfriend Rihanna a sweet shout out for her 29th birthday following his recent breakup with Jennifer Lopez, admitting that he still “loves” her during a concert in Dublin, Ireland. Fans attending Drake’s February 20 concert...Show More Summary
Drake may be the best ex EVER! On Monday, the Hotline Bling rapper gave his ex Rihanna a special shout out for her birthday during his Dublin concert and we're honestly still in tears about it. Sniff Photos: Take A Peek At Rihanna's Most Scandalous Outfits! As seen in fan videos (below) on Twitter, the Degrassi alum revealed [...]
The Internet is going wild over a clip of Alex Trebek on Jeopardy this week, rapping lyrics to some of your favorite rappers. The category was “Let’s rap, Kids!” and contained lyrics from songs by Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Desiigner and Kanye West. “I was just getting into this rap thing. I’m not too [...]
"I'm not too good at it but I was getting into it"
So, as some of you might already know, yesterday was Rihanna’s 29th birthday. A lot of celebs reached out wishing her a happy birthday, including Drake who stopped his concert in Dublin to do it, thus confusing me even more about their goddamn relationship. Show More Summary
Last year, during a particularly wonderful episode of everyone’s favorite primetime game show Jeopardy!, host Alex Trebek flawlessly rapped a few bars from Drake’s “Jumpan”. Why this 2015 track was a clue in the first place is irrelevant, as it showed that Trebek has some intriguingly preternatural skills at throwing down on a beat. But […]
Drake Spotted Getting Flirty With Winnie Harlow Looks like it may be a wrap for Drake-Lo, as the Canadian Casanova is on tour in London and living it up with the ladies in his line of sight. But it
The special Jeopardy! tournaments targeted toward younger people—whether they’re kids or college students—usually give the show a chance to let loose and throw in some fun pop culture-based categories about things kids like. Today, with...Show More Summary
For $200 imaginary dollars: Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek gamely spat rhymes written by famous rappers during the show’s current collegiate tournament. Answer (in the form of a question): What is pure joy? Correct! On Monday night’s episode of the long-running game show, Trebek delighted viewers as he attempted to rap ... More »
A rap-centric Jeopardy! category tonight featured Drake, Wayne, Kanye and Kendrick too.
A category on tonight’s “Jeopardy!,” which is in the middle of its collegiate tournament, was called “Let’s Rap Kids!” and featured rap lyrics to some recent hits. That meant that host Alex Trebek was forced to recited the lyrics to Drake’s “Started From The Bottom,” Kanye West’s “Famous,” Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot,” Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d. Show More Summary
Perhaps because Jeopardy! is in the middle of its collegiate tournament right now, the game show featured a rap category tonight with humorous results. The answers to Let's Rap, Kids! involved Alex Trebek reciting lyrics from Drake's "Started From The Bottom," Kanye West's "Famous," Lil Wayne's "6 Foot 7 Foot," Kendrick Lamar's "m.A.A.d. City," and,…
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