Raptress Nicki Minaj is proud of the new man her boss Lil Wayne has become since leaving prison.
Speaking with British disc jockey Tim Westwood, Minaj said Lil Wayne is "clearer than ever" now that he is sober.
"He's like a new person," she said. "He's nicer, he's like more calm. I guess when you are not getting high you have to deal with reality and I think he likes his reality now."
Bravo is turning up the heat with the latest addition to the "Real Housewives" franchise. The network has headed to the Sunshine State for "The Real Housewives of Miami."
"The newest series of the Housewives franchise adds a unique flavor as the show goes inside this cultural hot spot," the network said in a statement. "'The Real Housewives of Miami' follows six of the most connected and influential women of Miami as they live their lives to the fullest in this sunny city where the party never stops."
Among the lucky ladies who are sure to keep things lively when the show premieres on February 22:
Battle of the bands? Not quite.
Sunday’s Super Bowl XLV has inspired another sort of musical throwdown, between Wiz Khalifa’s Pittsburgh Steelers anthem “Black and Yellow” and…everyone else who can do a riff on it.
In one corner, there’s Lil Wayne, holding it down for the Green Bay Packers with “Green and Yellow.”
“American Idol" is marking its 10th year with the help of some very famous voices.
Each of the singing competition's winners — plus a few other favorite contestants — will be featured on the upcoming record “American Idol 10th Anniversary – The Hits.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the album, which drops March 15, includes songs by champs like Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studdard, and Carrie Underwood as well as fan favorites like Adam Lambert and Daughtry, all recorded in their post-"Idol" careers.
After last week's festive weeklies cheat sheet made us want to seek out a beach and some margaritas, this week's round-up leaves us bored. (Way to build up our hopes just to dash them again, celebrity magazines!)
Famous people are pregnant, Scott Disick may have once possibly thought about hooking up with Kim Kardashian, Brad Pitt's still "seeing" Jennifer Aniston, "Teen Mom," Charlie Sheen and a Berry baby battle.
Like we said, nothing to see here, folks. Until (a hopefully more fun) next week...
Amber Riley really loves Chaka Khan.
So much so that the “Glee” star has linked up with Essence magazine for a campaign to have her hit show feature the singer's music as a themed episode.
Riley appears as Khan in a spread for the mag, and a Facebook page has been devoted to the campaign.
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