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The music video for "Love Never Felt So Good," the single featuring Justin Timberlake off Michael Jackson's posthumous record Xscape, celebrates the King of Pop's life and career with Justin and a crew of amazing dancers trying to pull off their best MJ dance impressions next to old footage of Michael doing his signature moves.
The track debuted earlier this month, and within three days had already landed on the Billboard Hot 100. Check out the video below!
TMZ recently released a bizarre video of Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Solange Knowles sharing an elevator ride after the Met Gala after party on May 5th, and what starts innocent turns into a kicking escapade. In the video Solange looks as if she's freaking out and starts kicking Jay-z, and lands a few blows, before she's dragged away by another man in the elevator. When the three left the Standard Hotel Solange walked ahead getting into a the first car and was joined by her sister, while Jay-Z got in a separate ride.
There's been no comment on what prompted the outburst.
Starlet Elle Fanning graces the cover of the June 2014 edition of Company magazine, and in a recent press day for Maleficent she dished about playing Princess Aurora in the live-action adaptation of Sleeping Beauty.
“I think in the original animated version of Sleeping Beauty, Aurora is definitely kind of a delicate princess and loves all things, everything you think a princess is, all those characteristics she definitely has, but in ours she is still that way, she loves everyone and is very open…but it’s nice for Aurora in this film, she has more depth… It’s nice that I could bring more layers to her and have more strength than just the pretty, pretty princess who is in the original Sleeping Beauty.”
Jokesters Funny or Die have created a spoof movie that frankly, we kind of want to see - The Little Mermaid as directed by Sofia Coppola. Starring AnnaSophia Robb as Ariel and Evan Peters as Prince Eric, the parody takes the classic fish out of water story and turns into a dreamy modern Coppola-like trailer with a ton of "hit" music that's guaranteed to make you chuckle.
Check out "Sofia Coppola's The Little Mermaid" below.