The Internet has been buzzing that Chris Brown was going to appear on a song with his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna, but the former couple has one-upped the gossip. On Monday, they revealed that they've collaborated on not one, but two songs together.
Yesterday evening, Brown tweeted a link to a downloadable remix of Rihanna's explicit "Birthday Cake" track featuring his vocals.
Rihanna followed suit, tweeting a link to a remix of Brown's "Turn Up the Music," which features her on a verse. She wrote along with it,"@chrisbrown Turn up the music remix #RihannaNavy #Teambreezy enjoy!!!"
When "The Colbert Report's" production was abruptly suspended last week, due to "unforeseen circumstances," a number of theories as to the cause promptly spread across the Web.
But by Monday, Colbert was back in fine form as promised, and right off the top he addressed his "recent absence from the national conversation."
"As the hub around which the Republic turns, I can understand why the machinery of this great nation ground to a halt last week when you were denied this," he joked, gesturing to his face. "I'm sure you felt the same way I do when I'm in a room with no mirrors."
Where do you go once you have cast Marilyn Monroe?
Monday night's "Smash" answered that, by casting Joe DiMaggio, in the show's musical-within-a-musical.
At first, Michael seems perfect for the part (he absolutely kills while singing Bruno Mars' "Grenade" onstage). But Julia isn't so sure.
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