(Getty)A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day.Justin Timberlake is all about showing you how much he loves your love. The new music video for Justin Timberlake's "Not a Bad Thing" might lay the cheese down thick, but it still gets to the heart of the matter: celebrating his love for you and your love for all those nearest and dearest to you. Fans reacting to the Red Viper fight scene will make your day. It looks like people were really feeling the...Read Full Story
(VEVO)Justin Timberlake owes quite a bit to Michael Jackson, professionally. Were it not for MJ, Timberlake might never have become a pop star in the first place — which is why it's such a pleasure to see Timberlake paying homage to the late King of Pop in the new music video for "Love Never Felt So Good," a track off of Jackson's new posthumous album Xscape.The "Love Never Felt So Good" video was clearly created with the intention of provoking warm, fuzzy feelings, as it features a number of...Read Full Story
(Getty) A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day. Rihanna donated $25K to charity after breaking the LAPD Commissioner's phone. At the Clippers playoff game on Friday night, RiRi clumsily broke LAPD Commissioner Steve Soboroff's phone while trying to pose with him for a selfie. A few days later, the singer made right by sending a new iPhone to the commissioner's office and donating $25,000 to a fund for fallen police officers. Justin Timberlake wants to...Read Full Story
(Getty Images) When Michael Jackson's upcoming posthumous album Xscape was announced a few weeks ago, some fans worried that it was just a cheap excuse to make some extra cash for Sony and the late singer's estate. Others were concerned about potential collaborators for the project, particularly in light of the unofficial Justin Bieber/Michael Jackson "collaboration" that hit the Internet last year.But with the release of "Love Never Felt So Good," Jackson fans can breathe a little easier...Read Full Story
(Getty)A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day.Justin Timberlake nearly had his ass grabbed in Philadelphia. According to this video footage, the silky smooth singer handled the situation like a pro.
Like I said, like a pro. Here's everything that's wrong with Taken. In celebration of the release of Liam Neeson's "absurdly entertaining" action movie Non-Stop, Cinema Sins has put together a video showing everything wrong with Taken. Or, in other words...Read Full Story
VevoJustin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon have been late night BFFs for years, so it was only fitting that JT graced everyone with his presence (and pipes!) to close out his pal's first week at the helm of The Tonight Show. The dudes busted out their fifth installment of their "History of Rap" sketch and obviously didn't disappoint.While the performance itself has been impressive since Part 1 way back in 2010, it's also crazy when you think of just how many songs the guys have covered in their 5...Read Full Story
(Tumblr)A few buzzworthy tidbits from around the web to distract you from your work day.Yonce performing "XO" at the BRIT Awards makes us feel warm and fuzzy. Also, where did she get that amazing glitter dress?
There is now sequel to Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's "Hashtag" conversation.So, who do you think "hashtagged" better? Elizabeth Olsen, we knew this day would come. On Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live, the Oldboy actress was asked by a caller who she thought was the better...Read Full Story
(Getty Images) You can tell a lot about a person from the people they date, and the one main thing you can tell from Cameron Diaz's dating resume is that she doesn't have a type. When it comes to age, career, ethnicity; her boyfriends are all over the map. Most of them, however, run in the celebrity circuit, and after two decades on Hollywood's A-List, Diaz has a list of exes that is not only diverse, it's lengthy. From co-stars and models to athletes and billionaire business magnates, Diaz's...Read Full Story