Jay-Z and Kanye West fans have indeed been keeping a close eye on the duo’s anticipated album “Watch the Throne,” and on Independence Day their rapt attention was rewarded. The album's cover art was released, and better yet, it's also available for pre-order.
The gold cover, designed by Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci, doesn’t bear the name of either artist or the title of the album, which has been speculated about since the duo's single “H.A.M." was released earlier this year.
According to MTV, those who pre-order the album get a ship date of August 2. You can view the album art and place your purchase at either Jay-Z’s Life and Times website or Kanye's, both of which redirect to WatchtheThrone.com.
Was it just us or was something amiss when Monaco's Prince Albert and his new bride Charlene Wittstock shared a kiss at both the religious and civil ceremonies this past weekend?
Maybe it was nerves, the rampant rumors she tried to bolt before the wedding, or perhaps Wittstock was too keenly aware that millions would watch her get married to one of the world’s most notorious bachelors. Either way, it seems that we're not the only ones buzzing about the shy smooch.
What do you think?
For a man who knows what it’s like to have his marriage documented on reality TV, Nick Lachey admits he thought twice about inviting TV cameras to his second wedding.
The 37-year-old explained to reporters over the weekend that he and fiancée Vanessa Minnillo, 30, did wrestle with the decision to do a TLC wedding special “for obvious reasons," according to Us Weekly.
“Having done reality TV in the past, I didn't necessarily want to jump right back into it without having thought it through to great length, and we did,” Lachey said.
Now that Daniel Radcliffe's decade-long turn as "Harry Potter" is drawing to a close, the actor is revealing some personal details about what life was like behind the scenes.
The 21-year-old says in an interview with GQ UK that by the time he was filming "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," he was drinking to deal with the fame.
“I became reliant on [alcohol] to enjoy stuff … There were a few years there when I was just so enamored with the idea of living some sort of famous person’s lifestyle that really isn’t suited to me," the actor reveals in the interview according to U.K. paper the Telegraph.
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