Esquire magazine has officially named Rihanna their 2011 Sexiest Woman Alive.
The 23-year-old Barbadian beauty poses for the November issue in nothing but patches of seaweed.
Of course, it's rare an interview where her ex, Chris Brown, doesn't come up. Despite their violent history, Rihanna says she’s put the past behind her and even calls herself a fan.
The 2011 American Music Awards nominations have been announced, and Brit singer Adele leads the pack with four. The 23-year-old received nods for favorite pop or rock female artist, favorite pop or rock album (for "21," of course), favorite adult contemporary artist and artist of the year.
She's joined in the latter category by Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Lil Wayne and Taylor Swift, all of whom also have two other nominations.
Snagging two nods a piece are Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, Jason Aldean, Kanye West, LMFAO, Nicki Minaj and Pitbull. Winners are chosen via online voting, and you can place yours - as well as check out the rest of the nominees - at the awards ceremony's website.
Pitbull will perform at the November 20 awards ceremony, along with fellow nominee Katy Perry. The show will be broadcast live on ABC and tickets are available for purchase now.
Joining the likes of Beyonce and Fergie, Taylor Swift has been named Billboard’s 2011 Woman of the Year.
The 21-year-old singer - the youngest ever to receive the honor - will accept her award at the Billboard Women in Music event on December 2 in New York City.
The “Mean” singer was also recently nominated for five County Music Awards, including entertainer of the year, which she won in 2009.
Comic book fans were left drooling after the announcement at Comic-Con 2010 that Marvel was gathering its all-star team of superheroes together.
On Tuesday, Marvel unleashed the first trailer for their upcoming superhero blockbuster, "The Avengers.”
Although Tracy Morgan could've told David Letterman on Monday's "Late Show" that he was tired of talking about his stand-up performance that caused massive controversy over the summer, the "30 Rock" star chatted about it anyway.
Letterman brought up the situation, which began after Morgan went on a homophobic rant during a comedy show in June. Among his remarks was the comment that he'd "stab his son to death if he said he was gay," reported one show attendee.
Morgan apologized, and he told Letterman on Monday of the incident, "At the end of the day, I'm a comedian. I try to use my gift that God gave me to help the world, to heal the world. Not to hurt anyone. I was hurt because people came to the show who were bummed out, so I apologize to those folks who came and were bummed out."
"Dancing With the Stars" was a tribute to movie scores, and what better way to start Monday's show than by explaining to viewers what a score is through dance?
Yeah, I can probably think of four or five better ways myself. Seriously, ABC could have cut this episode by 30 minutes instead of having the pros run around with light sabers.
Now on to the actual show, and Chynna Phillips is first up. Her mission, if she chooses to accept it, is to dance a tango to the "Mission: Impossible" theme. Will Chynna self-destruct in two minutes? Unfortunately, the answer is "yes."
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