Wait a minute, news just broke that T Pain will never be using the Autotune technology to enhance his vocal abilities as an artist. But wasn’t that his claim to fame? Can he survive on his vocals alone? I don’t know y’all I’m scared, this may be the end of him as we know it.
“I vow right here, right now, to never use Auto-Tune again,” T-Pain told AllHipHop.com in an exclusive statement. “I’m onto something that I think is bigger and better called ‘The T-Pain Effect.’”
The Grammy award-winning producer and platinum selling rapper has partnered with Izotope, an audio technology company, which is the exclusive provider of the new ‘T-Pain effect. T Pain has inspired many legends in the game to experiment with auto tunes since his nationwide breakthru with it such as Janet Jackson, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and numerous others. Read More »
Shaq Diesel took to Twitter to make a big annoncement! HE’s Retiring! After 19 years of Balling, ladies and gentleman Mr.Twism is throwing in the towel for good! Read More »
Police in Toronto, Canada are searching for a man who scammed over $500,000 from a South African promoter, using Hip-Hop artists Drake and Nicki Minaj. Andrew Wilson is accused of portraying himself as a high roller in order to scam people, to support his lavish lifestyle. A private investigator in the United States honed in on Andrew Wilson as a suspect, while investigating phony concert in South Africa. Read More »
Today the internet was going crazy over the release of early footage from Oprah’s biggest show tapping ever, the LAST ONE! Oprah and her team quickly went to the Internet this morning schowering for the early footage that was not to be released to YouTube and other sites. Amongst the footage released was speeches and most of all the 1st ever performance of Beyonce’s Girls Run the World. Beyonce’s team quickly forced YouTube to pull any content down. So if you didn’t see it this morning you’ll have to wait until next week when the show airs. Better yet tune in to tonight’s episode of Ameican Idol and watch the release of the Official Video! Read More »
More than 13,000 fans came out last night to the United Center in Chicago last night for the final farewell taping of The Oprah Winfrey Show. For 25 years Oprah has been a staple in daytime television so it was only fitting that she went out with a star studded finale. Among the list of celebrities to show up was Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Beyonce, Halle Berry, Queen Latifah, Katie Holmes, Dakota Fanning, Michael Jordan and Diane Sawyer. There were performances by Beyonce, Jamie Foxx, Stevie Wonder, and Patti LaBelle. Read More »
TBS has ordered a third comedy from Tyler Perry, this one based on his ‘Why Did I Get Married?’ films. How long before the T in TBS stands for Tyler Perry?
The show, ‘For Better or For Worse,’ is set to star Michael Jai White and Tasha Smith as their movie characters Marcus and Angela. TBS has yet to announce the rest of the cast. So far, 10 episodes have been ordered.
‘House of Payne,’ which has been on for seven seasons, has been canceled. The show has been on since 2006.
“Tyler Perry’s series have been tremendously successful for TBS, helping establish the network as a prime destination for African-American viewers,” Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TBS, TNT and TCM,
said in a statement. Read More »
The demise of one of broadcastingâ€™s oldest institutions, the daytime soap opera, crept closer Thursday as ABC announced it would end two of its long-running daily serial dramas, â€œAll My Childrenâ€ and â€œOne Life to Live.â€ The decision will leave ABC will just one soap on its schedule, â€œGeneral Hospital.â€ CBS has eliminated two of its venerable soaps, â€œGuiding Light,â€ which was dropped in 2009, and â€œAs the World Turnsâ€ which was canceled last year.
Erica Kane released a statement:
“It’s been a fantastic journey,” Susan Lucci said in a statement Thursday. “I loved playing Erica Kane and working with [show creator] Agnes Nixon and all the incredible people involved with All My Children. I’m looking forward to all kinds of new and exciting opportunities.”
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Call it the wrong team winning last week or the teamsâ€™ mounting internal conflicts, but the rivalry between the men and women on â€œCelebrity Apprenticeâ€ is heating up. The first three weeks saw close results in competitions. And yet, ASAP came off their second-straight loss by last night’s episode, which opened with the ladies refusing to sit with the champagne-sipping men of Backbone in the Trump Tower suite. Read More »
I know lot of yall really don’t give a damn but I still have to show some respect for one of my first favorite TV shows. After 28 years and three different co-hosts, Regis Philbin says this will be his last season on his morning talk show â€“ the program currently known as Live! with Regis and Kelly.
“It’s been a long time, it’s been 28 years since I’ve been here. And it was the biggest thrill of my life,” Philbin, who will turn 80 in August, said on the program Tuesday morning.
He added jokingly: “Everything must come to an end for certain people on camera, especially certain old people.”
Philbin’s program began in 1983 as The Morning Show, a local New York City broadcast which he co-hosted with Cyndy Garvey. Kathie Lee Gifford replaced Garvey in 1985, and the show, renamed Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee, went national in 1988.
Gifford left in 2000, and the show became Live with Regis for a season. It was renamed in 2001, when current co-host Kelly Ripa joined full-time.
“I think I can only speak for America, and all of us here, when I say it has been a pleasure and a privilege and a dream come true [working with you],” Ripa told Philbin on Tuesday. “And I wish I could do something to change your mind.”