5sos 5 seconds of summer

5 Seconds of Summer Joke They're 'The Biggest Band That No One's Ever Heard Of': Watch

5 Seconds of Summer just want to fit in, or at least, that's what they told Alan Carr on his talk show Chatty Man today (Oct. 9). The band were talking about a concert where fans crawled through air vents only to be kicked out which they described as absolute "bullocks." Carr asked if they actually used that word in Australia and the boys sheepishly admitted they didn't.
Raven-Symoné was named co-host of “The View,” on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 on the ABC talk show.

Raven-Symone Says She Wouldn't Hire a Person With a 'Ghetto' Name: Watch

Raven-Symone would rather you call her discriminatory than racist for her latest controversial opinion. On an episode of The View earlier today (Oct. 8), the former Disney Channel star and one time singer admitted that she wouldn't hire someone with a 'ghetto' name.
Dwayne Johnson The Rock

Watch The Rock Hit the Quan, Melt Hearts

Taylor Swift may have the most Instagram followers (for the moment) but it's Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson who seems to find ever more inventive ways to perfect the medium. In his latest post, he shows off a little post-workout dance break to iHeart Memphis's viral tune "Hit The Quan."
The Weeknd and Amy Schumer with Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon.

The Weeknd Is Too Busy to Make Plans With You: Watch His 'SNL' Promo With Amy Schumer

The Weeknd doesn't want to hang out with you -- if you're SNL cast member Kate McKinnon. In the newly released SNL Promos with Amy Schumer, The Weeknd stays relatively quiet until Kate McKinnon asks to hang out after the show. Unfortunately for McKinnon, he's got plans, you know, a thing -- no, wait, he's got the flu.
John Osborne and TJ Osborne of Brothers Osborne.

The Brothers Osborne Tackle Complicated Relationships in 'Stay a Little Longer': Video Premiere

On first listen, Brothers Osborne’s “Stay a Little Longer” could be an ode to the one-night stand, a simmering meditation on questionable late-night activities that explodes into a gnarly guitar solo that had to be hacked by nearly two minutes for radio airplay. But underneath the masterful shredding of John Osborne and his brother TJ’s melting vocals is a yearning rock ballad about the tortures of love and one question that’s stumped us all in relationships: What the hell are we doing?