Justin Bieber And Kylie Jenner Hang Out Again
Justin Bieber And Kylie Jenner Hang Out Again
All of Sofía Vergara & Reese Witherspoon's Hot Pursuit Press Tour Looks So Far
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Kylie Jenner went from bridesmaid to Belieber in just a few short days! The 16-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, fresh from Florence, hit up West Hollywood's Rainbow Room Monday night with Justin Bieber. The buddies documented their hangout sesh with pics posted to Shots, the selfie sharing app which counts Justin as an investor. The Biebs posted a pic of his "Boys night out" with Kylie, Shots founder John Shahid and another male pal—clearly indicating he and Kim Kardashian's kid sis are just friends. And while Kylie seems to enjoy palling around with the 20-year-old pop star (they were spotted in Las Vegas together earlier this month), she took Jaden Smith as her date to Kimye's wedding!
Reese Witherspoon and Sofía Vergara, while promoting their upcoming flick, Hot Pursuit, have incited quite a style storm of their own. Case in point: Their most recent stop at 2015 CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Always a pink fan, Reese slipped into a popping J. Mendel magenta halter dress with punchy paisley embroidery. As for her 42-year-old co-star, Sofía slipped into a sultry white Cushnie et Ochs number with a striking mesh trim. Clearly, both Reese and Sofía are crushing the style game this week.
Kris Jenner allegedly swindled a homeowner who thought he was renting his home to her for a small, demure dinner party, when it was really a wild bash with loud music, a stripper and a hundred hormonal teens. Gabriel Fedida claims in a new lawsuit Kris and her realtor made a deal to rent the Hollywood Hills house for $10k for a 15 person dinner party. Fedida says to his horror Kris used his home as the backdrop to celebrate Kendall's 19th birthday, with 100 of her closest friends. Fedida says there was ear-shattering music, general rowdiness and strippers! When the dust settled, Fedida says there was $101,450 in damage. He says the house is now out of commission, so with lost rent he wants $150k.
Tidal, the music streaming service bought for $56 million and relaunched by Jay Z earlier this year, seemed like it had everything going for it in its battle with rival services, such as Pandora and Spotify. It had technical superiority; it had star power--based on the extravagant March 30th launch. And it had a compelling narrative: Tidal was going to rescue artists from the clutches of those other services, which it claimed pay a mere pittance for streams. So what went wrong? For starters, the technology. Perhaps the greatest problem Tidal faced was the fact that its technological advantage in playback didn't matter — that it can, in many of the everyday music-listening circumstances in which we find ourselves, be a drawback. Streaming music on your commute? Have to listen to a particular track immediately, while you're walking down the street? Then get ready to wait now, while the track buffers over your cellular connection, and pay later with tracks ranging from 30 to 50 megabytes. Number 2? We really didn't care. In any case, so much focus on high-end music quality presupposes that's what we aspire to — that music is a commodity like smartphones, a market where you're more likely to want a pricier iPhone because it's widely regarded as the best. But that's just not how we experience music. It's a very imaginative realm of human experience where our brains are doing most of the work. Bottom-line, audiophiles are just a niche market that are not gonna make it to the mainstream.
As the latest season of NBC's The Voice heads toward the finish line, country music continues to be an integral part of each week's competition, and not just because of coach/country superstar Blake Shelton or current Nashville cast member Christina Aguilera. On Tuesday, April 28th, hot country hitmaker Lee Brice is slated to hit the stage to perform his current single, "Drinking Class." Brice tells Rolling Stone Country, "I'm a big fan of The Voice and tune in any time I can." Brice's second single from his I Don't Dance album, "Drinking Class" currently sits at Number One on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday urged Myanmar to address the citizenship status of Rohingya Muslims in the country's western Rakhine state ahead of a general election scheduled to be held later this year. Almost 140,000 of Myanmar's 1.1 million Rohingya, remain displaced after deadly clashes with Buddhists in Rakhine in 2012; many of them remain stateless today. Rights groups say , the Muslim Rohingya community in the country formerly called Burma is at particular risk of abuse, having been subjected to restrictions on marriage, registration of births, and many other human rights violations.
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