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The Game at "The Documentary" 10th Anniversary Party And Concert

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The Game got pretty open with his personal life while starring on the reality show Marrying The Game over the past couple of years, so why wouldn’t he be open about his single life too? The rapper has just landed a new dating show with Vh1 called She Got Game, which will follow his search for love with one lucky lady out of a bunch, with the help of some friends. [Complex]

David Letterman is gearing up for his last episode of hosting duties on The Late Show With David Letterman, and he’s going to make sure his last one is more than memorable. The television host is set to have Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, and many more for his final episode. [AMNY]

There have been a few famous names who have become critics of Jay Z‘s new music streaming service Tidal, and it looks like the band Mumford & Sons is joining that list. In a recent interview, the band called the service “commercial bullshit,” and expressed their lack of desire to join the movement. They stated, “What I’m not into is the tribalistic aspect of it—people trying to corner bits of the market, and put their face on it. That’s just commercial bullshit. We hire people to do that for us rather than having to do that ourselves. We just want to play music, and I don’t want to align myself with Spotify, Beats, Tidal, or whatever. We want people to listen to our music in their most comfortable way, and if they’re not up for paying for it, I don’t really care.” [HipHopDX]

Olivier Rousteing has been working with Kim Kardashian in fashion for quite some time now, and doesn’t care what people think of him for it. The Balmain design director revealed why he doesn’t think the reality starlet is untalented, like many have argued, and likes to have her around. He said, “[Kris is] really open-minded and she’s always keeping her eyes on the new world and what’s gonna happen. She’s not a follower. I challenge everybody to stay in front of the camera an entire day and actually make their life interesting. That’s called talent.” [Complex]