50 Cent just recently settled a year-long bankruptcy case by agreeing to pay off $23.4 million to his creditors, and to make those payments, he's got his palatial Connecticut estate on the market.
You know these famous faces as you see them today on the silver screen and on your TV. But do you remember how they looked when they first started out?
And because you know you’re curious, let’s check out how they look now in comparison.
Let’s quickly summarize this situation so we can get to the good stuff.
Taylor Swift and Kanye West have a weird relationship, starting with him bombing her VMA acceptance speech in 2009 and then recently releasing a song called "Famous" with controversial lyrics about Taylor that caused a ton of drama.
Middle School assistant principal Star Swain was visiting the Lincoln Memorial with friends and family who encouraged her to bust out the national anthem right then and there.
Audrey Nethery is a 6-year-old fan of Selena Gomez who has some amazing dance moves, but also has a rare bone marrow disease called Diamond-Blackfan Anemia.
Boy bands may have hit their peak in the late '90s or early 2000s, but they were around long before then and many have found success long after. But what happens when boy bands stop being, you know, BOYS?
Anyone who's listened to more than a few minutes of hip-hop knows that the distinction of being "the biggest in the game" is an important and much-argued point. And there's no easier way to break it down than by the money earned by the rappers.
I often think I’m not living up to the exciting lifestyle advertised in retirement community commercials, and the residents of Santa Marta, a retirement community in Kansas City, might just prove that.
Apparently they're huge fans of Justin Timberlake's new song, "Can't Stop the Feeling," and decided to bust a move in a video that makes it impossible to not want to dance along.
This is John Hetlinger, a retired aerospace engineer and Navy pilot, who is now dedicating himself to engineering one badass karaoke repertoire.
How have music icons changed over the last century? Somehow we went from Bing Crosby to Justin Bieber, which is probably causing Bing to roll around restlessly in his grave.
Is it too late now to say “Sorry?”
At any rate, Vanity Fair just released a video that shows the style history of some of the most popular male pop icons from the past 100 years — from the Duke (Ellington) to Prince and every Kanye and Jagger in between.