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Beyonce just matched this Mariah Carey record on the Billboard charts thanks to ‘Savage’ collab with Megan Thee Stallion

Beyonce just matched this Mariah Carey record on the Billboard charts thanks to ‘Savage’ collab with Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion was thwarted two weeks ago when her “Savage” remix featuring Beyonce pushed her up to number-two on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj‘s “Say So” remix edged them out. But the duo made their way to the top anyway this week on the chart dated May 30. It’s Megan’s first chart-topper, but Beyonce’s seventh as a solo artist and her 11th when you count her hits with Destiny’s Child. What’s more, it helps Beyonce match a record that Mariah Carey just set earlier this year. Listen to “Savage” above.

SEEMariah Carey number-one songs, ranked from worst to best: All 19 chart-topping hits

Beyonce, like Carey, has now reached number-one in four different decades. She did it once in the 1990s: “Bills, Bills, Bills” with Destiny’s Child. Then she rose to the top eight times in the 2000s with “Say My Name,
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Shangela Reveals What It Was Really Like to Perform for Beyoncé and Jay-Z

Shangela Reveals What It Was Really Like to Perform for Beyoncé and Jay-Z
To all the artists and entertainers who have ever wanted to perform for Beyoncé, put your hands up! For RuPaul's Drag Race superstar Shangela, impressing the former Destiny's Child member has always been a goal. After all, the first number Shangela ever did on stage was to "Single Ladies" back in 2009. So when she had the opportunity to perform in front of Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z at the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards, there was no way she was going to turn it down. "I got to thank GLAAD. GLAAD really ushered that moment and helped put it together," Shangela shared exclusively on E!'s digital series Just the Sip. "This was a tribute show, okay! I was doing...
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Kim, There’s People That Are Dying

Kim, There’s People That Are Dying
Over the weekend, a person with a desire to stir up chaos in the middle of a pandemic deemed it an opportune time to rehash one of the most annoyingly lengthy feuds in celebrity history. To do that, this unknown party leaked what appears to be the full, infamous phone call between Kanye West and Taylor Swift about his song “Famous.” That person is now my nemesis.

Basically, the whole phone call leaked, revealing Taylor Swift never consented to being called “that bitch.”

She never lied or was a “snake.
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Equalizer Reboot With Queen Latifah in Title Role Gets CBS Pilot Order

Equalizer Reboot With Queen Latifah in Title Role Gets CBS Pilot Order
After hitting the big screen, The Equalizer is headed back to TV: CBS has officially handed a pilot order to a reboot of the late-’80s crime drama, now starring Queen Latifah in the title role, TVLine has learned.

The original series ran on CBS from 1985 to 1989 and starred Edward Woodward as Robert McCall, a former covert operations officer who tried to atone for his past sins by offering, usually free of charge, his services as a troubleshooter, protector and investigator (or what we now simply call a “fixer”).

More from TVLinePilot Season 2020: Scoop on This Fall's (Possible!) New Shows,
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Watch Eddie Murphy Reprise Classic Characters on ‘SNL’

Watch Eddie Murphy Reprise Classic Characters on ‘SNL’
Eddie Murphy returned to Saturday Night Live as host for the first time in 35 years, with Murphy reprising some of the classic characters that earned him Number Two on Rolling Stone’ list of every SNL cast member.

In a Christmas-themed sketch surrounding The Masked Singer, judges attempt to debunk which contestant singing “Pawnin in Nub” (“Can’t Help Falling in Love”) is wearing the Corn on the Cob costume. Before long, it’s revealed that behind the vegetable getup is Murphy, back in his suspenders as Buckwheat. After removing his mask,
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‘SNL’: Eddie Murphy Revives ‘Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood,’ Buckwheat, Gumby, Velvet Jones (Watch)

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‘SNL’: Eddie Murphy Revives ‘Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood,’ Buckwheat, Gumby, Velvet Jones (Watch)
When Eddie Murphy stepped back into Studio 8H for the first time in three-and-a-half decades, he brought with him some classic characters from Mister Robinson to Velvet Jones.

Murphy’s first sketch in the Dec. 21 episode of “Saturday Night Live” was “Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood.” After so many years away, he was still living in his same apartment in a quickly gentrifying neighborhood, thanks to squatter’s rights.

“I was gone for a bit, but now I’m all right. My neighbors were all black, but now they’re white. The check cashing place turned into a bank; elevator works and the stairs stink. The white people came and changed everything, but I am still your neighbor,” he sang.

He commented on other things that have changed in the time he has been away from the audience, such as 23 And Me — “because of them, 23 people said their father is me.
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SNL: Eddie Murphy's Buckwheat Does Just 'Otay' on The Masked Singer

SNL: Eddie Murphy's Buckwheat Does Just 'Otay' on The Masked Singer
Moments after returning to “Mister Robinson’s Neighborhood,” Saturday Night Live host Eddie Murphy slipped back into Buckwheat’s suspenders, reprising that beloved role more than four decades after he last assumed the part.

In the 2019-set sketch, the Little Rascals character was a contestant on The Masked Singer, dressed as Corn on the Cob. Alas, after just a few bars of “Pawnin in Nub” (“Can’t Help Falling in Love”), he was correctly identified by judge Robin Thicke (Beck Bennett).

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Go Behind the Scenes of ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Original Broadway Cast Recording

Go Behind the Scenes of ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Original Broadway Cast Recording
Like Baz Luhrmann’s groundbreaking 2001 romantic-tragedy movie before it, Moulin Rouge! The Musical is a poptastic spectacle with a grab bag of famous pop songs.

For the stage production, music supervisor, arranger, and orchestrator Justin Levine expanded its sonic landscape, using more than 70 pop songs (credited to 161 writers) in the construction of the score, which includes Karen Olivo singing Katy Perry’s “Firework” and Aaron Tveit singing “Roxanne,” by the Police.

The album has been nominated for a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album and, with no composers on the show,
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This Week In Music: A Deal-Making Week With BMG, Sony, Mwe And Msg

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It was a week filled with wheeling and dealing, as new pacts to build, merge, spin-off and create were announced by real-world and digital entities. There was also a pause to remember Robert Freeman, who photographed some of the early and influential Beatles albums.

This week in music:

BMG Builds Out La Presence: BMG will develop a new full-service music facility in Los Angeles. The location will be a 30,000-square-foot space at 5670 Wilshire Blvd, just seven blocks east from BMG’s current facility at 6100 Wilshire Blvd. BMG currently employs around 135 staff in Los Angeles with plans for further expansion in the new year. The move continues the company’s expansion, which also is taking place in Nashville and New York. The new space will consolidate BMG’s west coast publishing and recording teams, together with synch and licensing, film and books, and BMG Production Music.

Sony Peels The Onion: Sony Music Entertainment
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Queen Latifah Is The Equalizer in CBS Reboot From Castle EPs

Queen Latifah Is The Equalizer in CBS Reboot From Castle EPs
Robert McCall is now… Roberta McCall? Robbie? Robin…?

Whatever the case, Queen Latifah is set to headline and executive-produce a reboot of The Equalizer, which has been given a pilot production commitment over at CBS.

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The original late-1980s CBS series starred Edward Woodward as Robert McCall, a former covert operations officer
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Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 6 Review: All Souls and Sadists

It's a mark of a fantastic installment when the case is predictable, but it remained thrilling throughout along with the everything else that took place during the hour. 

As evident on Prodigal Son Season 1 Episode 6, it's less about the outcome and more about the journey.

The hour was the best yet.

The hour provided some of the best Malcolm development; it dug deeper into his psyche and peeled back the many layers of our human gordian knot of a protagonist.

It also expanded the world beyond Malcolm by giving us much needed Ainsley content and an untethered Martin outside of his connection to Malcolm.

Related: The Rookie, Stumptown Among Full Season Orders at ABC

The series slips in and out of flashbacks, hallucinations, and reality through the stunning, crystalline eyes of an unreliable Malcolm.

It often leaves the viewer as confused as Malcolm, when trying to decipher what's real versus imagined.
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Jenna Dewan Says 'I Love Beyoncé' After Creating Controversy with Comments About Her Old Strut

Jenna Dewan Says 'I Love Beyoncé' After Creating Controversy with Comments About Her Old Strut
Jenna Dewan is making sure her fans know she is a fan of Beyoncé after recently making comments about the singer’s strut.

While the Step Up star’s Instagram post Friday was unrelated to the “Single Ladies” singer, Dewan made sure to include a little note in her caption, reiterating that her recent critique of Beyoncé on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in no way meant that she didn’t love the singer.

“Aaaand goodbye NY! Mama is wiped! I hope you guys enjoy #gracefullyyou
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‘Single Ladies’ Star LisaRaye McCoy Details Tensions On Set With Stacey Dash

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‘Single Ladies’ Star LisaRaye McCoy Details Tensions On Set With Stacey Dash
Single Ladies actress LisaRaye McCoy is speaking out about tensions on the set of the VH1 series with her former co-star, Stacey Dash.

The drama about a group of friends in Atlanta from different backgrounds ran from 2011 to 2015. Charity Shea, Travis Winfrey, and D.B. Woodside rounded out the main cast, with Denise Vasi later joining the show.

McCoy sat down for an interview with TV One’s autobiographical docuseries, Uncensored, and discussed an incident she said nearly forced her to lose her temper with Dash.

“One night when we were filming, she put her finger up in my face, and she said ‘you don’t tell me anything.’ Every bit of South Side Chicago was brewing in here,” McCoy said pointing to her stomach.

“It made me say, ‘Stacey, if you don’t get your finger out of my face!'” she recalled telling her co-star. “That was all I had to say.
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Lindsey Vonn and P.K. Subban's Love Story Will Melt Your Heart

Lindsey Vonn and P.K. Subban's Love Story Will Melt Your Heart
Winter sports have always agreed with Lindsey Vonn. The Olympic champion called it a career in February, but there are still many chilly nights ahead for the most decorated woman skier ever—nights spent rinkside, watching her fiancé, P.K. Subban, play for the New Jersey Devils. "Stuck with me forever! Jokes on you," Subban teased his bride-to-be in August, a little over a week after he popped the question with a massive emerald ring. The couple who love to laugh together also shared dueling videos from the same car ride, Subban improvising some lyrics to "Single Ladies" in both. "It was difficult at the time and then I was kind of pondering over it for a...
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‘Scroll Wheel Of Time’: Bernard David Jones, Laci Mosley & Jerry Minor To Star In Eko Series; Full Cast Set

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‘Scroll Wheel Of Time’: Bernard David Jones, Laci Mosley & Jerry Minor To Star In Eko Series; Full Cast Set
Exclusive: The Mayor alum Bernard David Jones, Laci Mosley (Florida Girls) and Jerry Minor (Dr. Ken) are set as leads in Eko’s upcoming digital series Scroll Wheel of Time, the first show ordered under the new multiseries partnership between creative studio Bullitt and the interactive entertainment platform. Rounding out the cast are James Adomian (Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo), Joey Fatone (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1 and 2), Neil Casey (Champagne Ill), Carl Tart (Comedy Bang! Bang!), Marc Evan Jackson (The Good Place), Thomas Barbusca (The Mick), Esther Povitsky (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Baron Vaughn (Grace and Frankie), Scrubs alum Neil Flynn, Eugene Cordero (Tacoma Fd), Kyle Dunnigan (Inside Amy Schumer), Ellen Etten (Two Woke Gurls), Tawny Newsome (Bajillion Dollar Properties) and musicians George Clinton, Bootsy Collins and Kid n’ Play. It’s slated to premiere in 2020.

Created by Paul Scheer and Nick Giovannetti, and executive produced by Todd Makurath and Luke Ricci,
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Watch Jennifer Lopez and Jimmy Fallon Recount the History of Music Video Dancing

Watch Jennifer Lopez and Jimmy Fallon Recount the History of Music Video Dancing
In a four-minute segment on The Tonight Show, Jennifer Lopez and Jimmy Fallon reenacted (almost) the entire history of music video dance moves. From the strut of The Bangles’ “Walk Like an Egyptian” to the disjointed shake of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy,” the duo revealed just how memorable some of these moves have been.

In the clip, Lopez and Fallon, dressed alike, move from the early ’90s, with tracks like Mc Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This,” to today, including iconic dances like the Macarena and Beyonce’s
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Attention, Hive: Kalen Allen's Video Tribute For Beyoncé's Birthday Is a Must Watch

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Sept. 4 marked Beyoncé's 38th birthday, and YouTuber Kalen Allen led the Beyhive tributes with a seven-minute video homage to the singer. In the clip, he re-creates some of Bey's iconic music videos for hits such as "Deja Vu," "Single Ladies," "Formation," and the Homecoming Live version of "Diva." Kalen even swaps outfits akin to some of Beyoncé's most stunning video ensembles as he breaks it down, embodying the confidence and verve of the birthday girl. "To my muse and inspiration! Happy birthday Beyoncé!" he captioned the video.

Beyoncé - who does pay attention to fan-made videos - likely caught wind of Kalen's incredible tribute, considering her Facebook page shared it. And, naturally, Kalen lost his mind. "Call The Police," he wrote under a screenshot of the repost. Bey celebrated her special

Today in Soap Opera History (August 29)

Today in Soap Opera History (August 29)
1966: Mia Farrow left Peyton Place.

1979: Calvin had a big day on Edge of Night.

1985: Ryan's Hope's D.J. celebrated her 16th birthday.

2006: Sami and Austin's wedding began."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1966: On Dark Shadows, Bill Malloy (Frank Schofield) set up a meeting with Roger Collins (Louis Edmonds), Burke (Mitchell Ryan) and Sam Evans (David Ford) to settle the manslaughter case once and for all.

1966: Mia Farrow aired for the final time as Allison Mackenzie in Peyton Place.

1974: Christopher Allport aired
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Watch Taylor Swift’s VMAs opening number: ‘Lover’ and ‘You Need to Calm Down’ at MTV Video Music Awards

Watch Taylor Swift’s VMAs opening number: ‘Lover’ and ‘You Need to Calm Down’ at MTV Video Music Awards
It was a good night for Taylor Swift at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards on Monday, August 26. And it all started at the very beginning of the festivities when she opened the show with a performance of her songs “You Need to Calm Down” and “Lover.” Watch the performance above, and check out the complete list of Vma winners here.

This was Swift’s first Vma performance since 2015, when she won Video of the Year for “Bad Blood” featuring Kendrick Lamar, and true to form she won Video of the Year again this year for “Calm Down” after performing. She’s now one of only four artists who have ever won Video of the Year twice at these kudos as a lead artist. The others were Eminem (“The Real Slim Shady” and “Without Me’), Rihanna (“Umbrella” and “We Found Love”) and Beyonce (“Single Ladies” and “Formation”). The Lgbtq-positive anthem
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Taylor Swift On Kanye MTV Video Music Awards Interrupt: “That Stuff Doesn’t Happen In Real Life”

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Taylor Swift On Kanye MTV Video Music Awards Interrupt: “That Stuff Doesn’t Happen In Real Life”
The MTV Video Music Awards have had many memorable moments. But none can top Kanye West’s interruption of Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech during the 2009 awards.

The annual awards show heads to Newark, N.J. tomorrow at the Prudential Center. Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco hosts, with performances by Swift, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and more. Swift and Ariana Grande are tied for the most nominations with 10 each.

But more importantly, the show is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Kanye West’s Hennessy-fueled interruption of Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for best video. Swift, who was something of a surprise winner for her “You Belong With Me,” was interrupted in mid-speech by West, who voiced his opinion that Beyonce’s video for “Single Ladies” was “one of the best videos of all-time,” and more worthy of the award.

West later apologized (after President Barack Obama called him a “jackass”), and Swift
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