It looks like Rob Hennigan is assembling his veteran leadership for the Orlando Magic roster to help bring the young team along. First with the signing of Ben Gordon last week and now the team has come to terms with Forward/Center Channing Frye.
The hype for Ariana Grande‘s My Everything album is kicking into high gear. Between MTV bringing back TRL this Thursday to promote the album as well as premiere her new single “Break Free” (ft. Zedd) and her smash single “Problem” tearing up the radio the tracklist for the August 25 release hit the internet today. The Weeknd and Childish Gambino are just a few of the artists who will be featured on the 12 track album.
Tonight is the 2014 BET Awards and tonight’s show has a chance to go down as one of the best installments since the award show was started back in 2001. The show, hosted by Chris Rock will feature performances by a mix of established artists and some newer artists making their debut on the big stage. From John Legend, Usher, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj to August Alsina, Iggy Azalea and Adrian Marcel. I’ll be doing a live running diary style review of the show, posting my thoughts as well as those that I see on Twitter with overall thoughts at the end of the show. If you’re not famiar with my running diary style review check my Grammy Running Diary.
If you’ve been wondering what Eminem‘s daughter Hailie has been up to, it seems like she is doing quite well for herself. The now 19 year old (let that sink in for a second) recently graduated high school in Michigan and is getting ready to go to college.
It’s been less than a week since Carmelo Anthony opted out of his contract with the New York Knicks, and while teams can’t make their official pitches for his services until July 1, celebrity fans of those teams have a green light to pitch as they please. Cue R. Kelly, who was being interviewed after performing at WGCI Chicago’s Summer Jam concert and got down on his knees to to beg for Melo to sign with the Bulls.
Were less than 12 hours from the NBA draft, and the landscape of the league possibly changing again. Between what is being heralded as the deepest draft since 2003 and Carmelo Anthony and Lebron James already opting out of their respective deals, with the possibly of Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh doing the same next week there are a lot of moving pieces over the next few weeks. It looks like Kobe Bryant might have put his two cents in, as the Lakers are rumored to make a pitch for both James and Anthony.