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Beyonce’s sold out concert at the Rose Bowl last night

Thousands turned out for Beyonce’s #WorldFormationTour at the Rose Bowl last night. In the sold-out crowd, celebrities Hilary Duff, Holly Robinson Peete, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Ashley Tisdale,  Kerry Washington, Octavia Spencer, along with mega-producer Shonda Rhimes and retired NBA star Kobe Bryant. I was not lucky enough to get a ticket. Pasadena Now reports that at one point tickets soared to $1,500 for some of the best seats. No matter the price, the Internet chatter is saying Queen Bey slayed it!   “Love On Top” tonight in Pasadena. #FormationWorldTour... Read More →

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Most watched Super Bowl ever !!!

What a game! Despite that lengthy blackout in the second half , the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31. The Ravens had the momentum from the kick-of, but that weird power outage in the third quarter energized the 49ers — but not enough for the Niners to win it all. The early TVratings indicate the showdown in New Orleans had the biggest super bowl audiences ever, 48.1. Deadline has details on the numbers. More on... Read More →

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Photo: FLLewis/Media City G -- President Barack Obama took the oath of office for a second term and the second time at the Inauguration ceremony Monday January 21, 2013

Inauguration controversy: Who sang live and who was prerecorded

The day after President Barack Obama took the oath of office for a second term in a public inauguration ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in D.C. in front of thousands on the National Mall and millions watching on TV, there is a controversy surrounding one of the celebrity singers. Beyoncé got raves for her rendition of  the “Star Spangled Banner,” but now the Internet is abuzz with chatter about how she may have faked it. Several media outlets, including ABC News and The New York Times,... Read More →

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