The Grammy nominations have been announced and Beyonce leads with NINE of them, all for her album "Lemonade." But in the top three categories (Album, Song, Record), she's up against Adele so it might be a diva battle.
Kanye West got eight nominations, but it doesn't sound like he'll be showing up.
He played Maester Aemon on Game of Thrones, ending a seven-decade career in Hollywood. Peter Vaughan, known for his role as Maester Aemon in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones died on Tuesday at the age of 93.
Deeply saddened to hear that Peter Vaughan has passed away at 93. A kind and talented man. His watch is ended x pic.twitter.com/jOnusxuZ3N
David Beckham is know for his athletic ability? Let's be honest he's known as a sexy symbol too, and in a new video for UNICEF you see his tattoos come to life. Beckham's body art is on display to draw awareness to violence against children.
Did you see the video of the hardcore Australian dude punching a kangaroo to save a dog? It's cartoon-like.
A few media outlets have found Greig Tonkins, a zookeeper at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in New South Wales, Australia. Apparently he and a few friends were on a hunting trip in New South Wales. He says, "This big buck got a hold of my friend's dog. It just grabbed him." The Zoo confirmed that Tonkins is an employee, and noted that it was investigating the incident.
Selena Gomez may be taking a break from social media but that isn't stopping her from owning it like a boss. The singer and actor has been named Instagram's most influential user of 2016. She has the most followers—103 million and counting—but she also had eight of the ten most-liked pictures of the year. Eight!
But if we hung out at pajama parties with Taylor Swift, we'd have a lot of followers too. Just saying, our #squadgoals are different.
In an effort to make sure the Nobel Prize committee never picks a musician again, Bob Dylan says he's too busy to attend the ceremony in Stockholm on December 10th to pick up his literature prize. But it's cool, he's sending a stand-in.
Rock goddess Patti Smith will be there in his place and will perform Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall." Bob has also prepared a speech to be delivered by someone else. So he's not quite "phoning it in," but close.
If you already saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them you might want to go see it again over the holidays to look for all of the Harry Potter references you might have missed.
Mashable took a deep dive into the movie and uncovered quite a few right in the beginning. As the wizarding newspapers flashed across the screen you see, "Potioneer Fleamont Potter's Hair Potion Woos American Wizards," referencing Harry's grandfather and the famous hair potion, that quadrupled the Potter family's gold. Potter nerds click here for more.
Leonardo DiCaprio finds his joy in tormenting his friends. Actor Tom Hardy revealed that he'll be getting a tattoo, thanks to a bet with DiCaprio.
Leo bet him that he would score an Oscar nomination for his role as John Fitzgerald, the guy who leaves Leo's character to die in The Revenant, which he did. And to make matters worse, Leo custom-designed tattoo that reads, 'Leo knows everything."
Hardy tells Esquire UK, "I haven't got it yet - because it sucks."
No word on how big or where the tattoo will be on Tom's body.