Music’s biggest night is just around the corner.
The Grammy Awards are happening this Monday, and they’ve unveiled the seating chart for the festivities. Expect selfies galore from Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift, who will be sitting next to each other.
The 58th annual Grammy Awards airs Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Tune in.
Kanye West will serve as the musical guest on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live.
The Chicago visionary joined Melissa McCarthy and Taran Killam for the upcoming episode’s promo and chose to remain quiet while both McCarthy and Killam argue about it being the biggest show ever.
Two divas, one fabulous photo.
Mariah Carey and Beyonce looked very happy to be in each other’s presence this past Thursday at a charity event in L.A. Carey shared a photo with the “Formation” singer, addding the caption “Two girls, one cause.”
Aren’t they beautiful?
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence is using her platform for a good use.
It was revealed during a press conference that Lawrence is donating $2 million to Kosair Children’s Hospital in Kentucky. Though she wasn’t in attendance, she made sure to relay her message via video during the hospital’s fundraising event.
SoulSwipe is the new booming dating app that matches exactly what you as a consumer likes and wants with just a swipe of a finger left or right.
The user friendly app just released a brand new commercial that demonstrates how simple it is to find your perfect match. With over 2 million subscribers and climbing, it has been seen being surfed by some of our favorite artist and hottest babes in the industry. Still no date for Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry, SoulSwipe has you covered.
Check out their new commercial below.
PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram, Getty
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