Here’s everything you need to know on the biggest changes, new songs and notable lyrics in Taylor Swift’s rerecorded “Fearless (Taylor’s Version).”


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After nearly a century of keeping mankind safe, the world’s first generation of superheroes must look to their children to continue what they started but tensions rise when the young superheroes, hungry to prove their worth, struggle to live up to their parents’ legendary legacies and sky-high standards.

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One of the standouts in the epic trailer is Tenika Davis who commands the screen as Petra Small (The Flare), the daughter of legendary hero Fitz Small aka the original Flare.

Despite her strained past with her father, she takes up his mantel after he’s critically injured and soon discovers that trying to be a hero in the modern world can have deadly consequences.

In the comics, Fitz was one of the six founding members of the Union of Justice who learned that nothing lasts forever when his father abandoned him at age 9.

While in college, he meets a young woman named Joyce who he eventually marries–yep, superpowered in love.

Some years (and three kids) later, he meets a 19-year-old girl named April Kelly who starts off as his sidekick before their eventual entanglement.

What happens next is completely un-shocking as Fitz risks it all–his marriage, standing with the union, everything–for April who leaves him after he’s critically injured in battle.

Now a paraplegic, Fitz has lost everything including his wife Joyce who returns to his side to care for him despite the disgraced hero divorcing her for a younger woman.

Based on the trailer, we’re not sure how closely the series follows the source material but it’s intriguing to say the least.

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Jupiter’s Legacy” premieres globally on Netflix on May 7th and stars Josh Duhamel, Ben Daniels, Leslie Bibb, Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, Mike Wade, Matt Lanter and Ian Quinlan.

ALLBLK is set to air the finale episode of their series “My Mane Problem” today and BOSSIP has an exclusive clip for your viewing pleasure.

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“My Mane Problem,” features celebrity hairstylist Dr. Boogie – an industry veteran whose clients include Taraji P. Henson, Eve, and Vivica Fox – rescuing clients struggling with deeply affecting hair trauma. The six half-hour episodes chronicles real people confronting their very personal journeys including chemical burns, mold, balding due to extensions and wigs, and much more. Dr. Boogie works with each individual to offer real solutions, hair care treatment and ultimately, a new lease on life through his empathetic consultations.

Dr. Boogie first gained national attention with his performance on season one of “Shear Genius.” Since then, Boogie has been the go-to-hair ‘doctah’ in Hollywood for several decades now, but Dr. Boogie is more than a trendsetting stylist to the stars. Dating back to when he was a teenager soothing his mother by combing her hair, in many ways, his true calling is helping women and men regain their confidence, and life, by transforming their relationship with their hair.

Check out an exclusive clip from the finale below:

Wow. Those issues with hair really run deep!

Here’s a breakdown of what all to expect from the finale episode:

Frustrated with her hair mop, a woman gave up on herself, and another is tired of her unmanageable hair. Both need Dr. Boogie.

We definitely are tuning in for these transformations. Are you?

We’ve also got an interview with the show’s star Dr. Boogie about his experience creating the show and working with all kinds of “mane problems.

Hit the flip for the interview.

Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen tells USA TODAY about new album “In Another World,” out Friday, and how the band almost did backup for John Lennon.

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Like Tiny and T.I., Deshaun Watson’s lawyer would like the NFL quarterback’s alleged victims to reveal their identities.

According to reports, Watson was in the habit of carrying out sexually deviant behavior while receiving massages. 22 female massage therapists have reportedly accused Watson of inappropriate behavior and sexual assault. Now, his lawyer, Rusty Hardin, is blasting the “anonymous lawsuits” filed by attorney Tony Buzbee.

In a statement shared by TMZ, Hardin reportedly said:

“Deshaun did not force, coerce or intimidate anyone to do anything against their will. Mr. Buzbee’s use of anonymous lawsuits violates Texas law and the basic concept of fairness. It is clear that, for Mr. Buzbee, this case has never been about seeking justice in a courtroom, but destroying Deshaun’s reputation to enhance his own public profile and enrich himself. While I understand that anonymity often is used as a shield for victims, Mr. Buzbee is using it as a sword. While shielding his clients from public scrutiny, Mr. Buzbee continues to use their anonymous allegations to destroy Mr. Watson. This is simply not right. And we look forward to resolving these matters in court.”

Two of the women have, in fact, identified themselves publicly, but obviously Hardin feels that’s not enough. Watson is denying all accusations.

The Atlanta-based artist drops her second mixtape in four months, “In Due Time,” featuring guest appearances from Gucci Mane and Yung Bleu.


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America is a wild place right now…

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Rock Hill, South Carolina was the location of the latest mass murder to take place in the United States over just the course of a few weeks. Multiple cities are experiencing these traumatic events and there doesn’t appear to be a solution anywhere in immediate grasp.

According to ESPN, former San Francisco 49er, Seattle Seahawk, Atlanta Falcon, New England Patriot, Oakland Raider, and New York Jet  Phillip Adams was found dead after police searched the neighborhood for hours looking for him as a murder suspect. 70-year-old Dr. Robert Lesslie, his 69-year-old wife Barbara Lesslie, and their two grandchildren, 9-year-old Adah Lesslie, and 5-year-old Noah Lesslie, were all gunned down inside their home Wednesday afternoon. Additionally, a man who was doing some work at the home, 38-year-old James Lewis was also murdered. A sixth person was reportedly hospitalized with “serious gunshot wounds”. Apparently, Dr. Leslie had treated Phillip in the past but it is not known what the nature of that treatment was.

As we mentioned before, it took police hours just to located Phillip who had holed up inside the home of another woman named Allison Hope about a mile down the road from his crime scene. Hope says the police spent several hours negotiating with Adams to give himself up. He eventually took his own life with a .45 caliber handgun.

Dr. Lesslie was a pillar in the community who treated both Phillip Adams’ father but also the police spokesperson who was now relaying information to the public about his murder. He had also written a book called “Angels in the ER” that contained this heartbreaking passage:

“I know without a doubt that life is fragile,” Lesslie wrote in his book. “I have come to understand that humility may be the greatest virtue. And I am convinced we need to take the time to say the things we deeply feel to the people we deeply care about.”

Prayers and sympathies to the families and friends of this horrific incident.

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At just 2-years-old Cardi and Offset’s precious princess has a closet full of pricey purses and baby baubles that some adults could only dream of.

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Cardi made jaws drop this week when she went on a self-proclaimed “crazy” shopping spree for her baby girl Kulture and dropped nearly $27,000 ($26,600) on Chanel, Dior, and jewelry for the tot.

The estimated numbers for Cardi’s pricey purchases come from TheDailyMail which reports that Bardi’s baby was blessed with seven handbags and accessories. Here’s the alleged breakdown; “two $4,212 mini Lady Dior bags, a $3,385 Blue Dior Oblique Jacquard Saddle bag, a $4,282 hot pink Chanel mini flap, a $4,949 Chanel vanity case, a $5,571 Chanel bucket bag with pearls, and pink sparkly bag and a Chanel bracelet.”

While sharing a video of the purchases, Cardi admitted that she went all out but noted that the good Lord gave her a “doll” [Kulture] for a reason.

“Oooh I went crazy shopping, all for Kulture though, nothing mine. All KK. What? God gave me a doll for a reason. I shop more for her [than] I do for myself!” Cardi wrote on her InstaStory about the big-budget buys.

The original post has been deleted from Cardi’s page.

While TheDailyMail is estimating that mommy Cardi spent nearly $27K, PageSix is reporting that the real receipts totaled to around $29K. According to our lint-filled pockets, both numbers seem legit and like the usual lavishness that Cardi bestows upon her precocious progeny. The purchases are also causing grown adults to wonder when Cardi will graciously adopt them and buy them high-end handbags as well. (Spoiler alert: It’s us, we are “grown adults”)

Cardi also shared a pic of Kulture enjoying her presents and carrying around one of her mini Diors while wearing Uggs, Chanel earrings, and white sunglasses.

This isn’t the first time the 2-year-old’s received pricey presents from her parents. Back in July of last year, Kulture was given an $8,000 hot pink Birkin bag by her dad Offset during her lavish birthday party.

And after people questioned Mr.and Mrs. Cephus’ spending habits for their daughter, Cardi clapped back with a message about their baby girl “matching their fly.”

“I know when celebrities buy their kids jewelry and designer s***, people be like ‘kids don’t care about that, they only care about toys and candy,’” said Cardi in a Twitter video. “But the thing is, kids also go outside. Kids go to restaurants, kids go to fancy places. Celebrity kids, they go do red carpets.”

She continued,

“If I’m fly, and daddy’s fly, then so is the kid. If I’m wearing Cha-nay-nay [Chanel], my kid’s having the same thing. It’s not up to what the kids like. If it was the kids, they’d be outside in diapers […] ’cause if I was looking like a bad b****, expensive b****, and I had my kid looking like a bum bum, then y’all would be talking s***.”

Kulture’s clearly well on her way to matching mommy and daddy’s fly already. Don’t you agree?

Tickets for Bocelli’s tour go on sale May 3.


New Prince music is coming. His previously unreleased album “Welcome 2 America” is scheduled for release this summer, his estate announced.


Ahead of the April 18 awards show, the Academy of Country Music unveiled winners for new female and new male artist of the year.


Called the “Blessed & Free” tour, Brown’s return to live music tips off Oct. 1 in Sacramento, California.