Page Too Report for 12/22/2017
Monique Greene seeks unspecified damages in the incident, which allegedly took place in October in a Walmart parking lot in the suburbs of Seattle, The Seattle Times reports. The rapper was, indeed, arrested in October, but last week prosecutors in the case did not charge him because Greene wasn't cooperating in the investigation.
Greene's attorney, Karen Koehler, told The Seattle Times that Greene decided to file suit after Nelly announced last week that she made up her story and that he didn't assault her.
Nelly's attorney Scott Rosenblum said he believes the lawsuit is an effort to extort money out of the rapper and that he is planning a countersuit. Read his commentshere.
The results of those sessions have just been revealed to the world with the release of 'Still The Same', a brand new Sugarland song and their first single since the release of 'Tonight' in 2011. The duo posted the new song on their social media with the caption, "It's time!!! Let's celebrate where we've been and where we're going…" Listen to the new song here.
Sugarland's Kristian Bush said, "We want to finish where we left off. We always knew were going to make music again, so this has been the best of both worlds," added Kristian Bush. "We were able to take time to feed our personal passions, and we're excited to come back together to create music as a band again." His bandmate Jennifer Nettles said, "We are thrilled for fans to hear our new music, especially this new single," Jennifer Nettles shared in a press release. "The title of the song is so meaningful to us as we want fans to know, we are still the same, we are still the same Sugarland they've known and loved."here.
First, his jet ski got stuck on a branch. During the process of getting it unstuck, Khaled cut his leg. The producer then sensed it was time to call for backup, and as he waited for help he Facetimed with his son (and infant executive producer) Asahd. Throughout the ordeal Khaled remained philosophical, noting a major key is to not panic.
Finally, Khaled made it to safety and got some first aid for his leg. Later on, he swung by Drake's house and assured everyone he was okay. Watch the 12-part saga, which contains some profanity,here.
Police were called to a McDonald's drive-thru, after the "Kiss You in the Morning" singer ran his Jeep Wrangler into another car, according to a report from the Orlando Sentinel.
Officers noticed that Ray's speech was slurred and his eyes were bloodshot so they conducted field sobriety tests. They also found a bottle of cannabis oil. "I want to apologize to my fans, family, and my hometown community for placing myself in this situation," Ray said. Read more of his statementhere.
Rumors started swirling when Payne shared a mysterious photo alongside Ora and tagged with the movie's title. Payne has upped the ante with a new social media post, confirming that he and Ora have a song for the film, in which Ora appears.
"Something special #ForYou coming in January," Payne captioned his post with a short video revealing the forthcoming track. Check it outhere.
The track, which is becoming a smash hit, features Ed Sheeran and Future. It makes sense too. Katy's Witness Tour just rolled through Miami, and the music video is being shot in the same area, according to reports.
We're not sure when the video will officially be released, but here's hoping the year ends with a peaceful resolution to their infamous feud. Read morehere.
Spears will perform hits including "Toxic" and "Work B—" during the show from her Las vegas residency stage in the Axis at Planet Hollywood during the NYE special that kicks off at 8 p.m. EST on ABC from New York's Times Square.
It will the first time she's performed for the annual NYE party since 2002. The show will also mark the end of Spears' current Vegas residency. Read morehere.
When the store clerk (played by Macklemore) denies the beer purchase, the pair meet up with a random older guy on the street (also played by Macklemore), who is happy to purchase the booze for them.
The video follows the trio through a night of wild misadventures, with Macklemore popping up as an overzealous security guard and most memorably in drag as Thompson's mom. Watch the videohere.
Scott made the big reveal on Thursday on Instagram, also sharing the striking art from famous illustrator, Ralph Steadman, best known for his work with Hunter S. Thompson.
See Scott's Instagram announcement posthere.
The trailer shows Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is pregnant and preparing for motherhood. Her mom's best friends Tanya (Christine Baranski) and Rosie (Julie Walters) are there, but they seem to be referring to Sophie's mom, Donna (Meryl Streep), in the past tense. Meryl Streep does reprise her role, but it appears to be primarily in flashbacks.
Much of the original film's cast will also be reprising their roles including Sophie's three fathers (Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard). Today's trailer also gives us our first glimpse of pop diva Cher in her new role as Sophie's grandmother.
Mamma Mia, the musical featuring songs by ABBA, became a worldwide sensation when it premiered in 1999. The show has grossed more than $2 billion since its debut. The original film, based on the musical, debuted in 2008. It grossed more than $600 million. Check out the trailerhere.
The song has become a traditional anthem over the years for most people as they play it when the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve. "Auld Lang Syne" originated in the 1700s from a Scottish poem written by Robert Burns.
Watch Radio.com's exclusive video as Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Old Dominion, and a few other surprise guests put a country twist on "Auld Lang Syne"here.
The Georgia native's youthful cowboy dreams included his own backyard rodeo, thanks to another memorable Christmas gift. "I remember one year, it probably started from the horse-riding thing, but I got into wanting to be a bullrider," the "Body Like a Back Road" singer revealed.
"I was still pretty young - 8, 9, 10 years old - so one Christmas, we got a little steer calf. It had a little rope, and I'd try to ride a calf, you know?" Read morehere.
Everyone in the video is definitely having a good time, particularly JAY-Z, who is laughing it up while participating in the synchronized dance step to Frankie Beverly and Maze's 1981 hit, "Before I Let Go."
While Knowles went on to delete the clip, it's been captured for posterity by Revolt TV, who shared the fun family footage on Twitter. See the tweethere.
Hammonds and a friend were there seeing Chesney for the second night in a row when from a section in the lower bowl when she caught Edwards eye, who was on the main floor with some friends.
After flirting through the concert, Edwards gave Hammonds a wave, inspiring her to give him her phone number in a clever and effective way: flashing the numbers at him one at a time using her fingers.
Edwards' mom didn't raise no fool, so he quickly texted her, and the pair made plans to meet at a local bar after the show. Ironically, the two met at the bar to discover that neither of them drink alcohol. The rest, as they say, is history.
When Edwards was moved to ask Hammonds for her hand in marriage earlier this year, he arranged an elaborate proposal at Bridgestone Arena. Getting down on one knee on the arena's icy main floor (it's the Nashville Predators' home ice), the moment was captured on video and quickly went viral.
The news of the couple's love story has reached Chesney, who has offered the young lovers' free tickets and full VIP treatment for any upcoming show. Read morehere.
The MC had Fallon in stitches when she described why she calls herself "Cardi B." "You know what, my sister's name is Hennessy, so everybody used to call me Bacardi," Cardi said. "Then it was my Instagram name, Bacardi, Bacardi B, but for some reason, my Instagram kept getting deleted, and you know what I think it was Bacardi [the alcohol company] that had something to do with it. So I just changed it to Cardi B."
She also explained her personal rule: Never buy Christmas presents for adults. Her explanation is rock solid. "Everybody that I know got kids and that's just a lot of kids," she said. "And I got God kids out of nowhere -- once you start making money everybody want you to be their kids' godmother."
This fall brought big personal news for Cardi, who's now engaged to Migos' Offset. She said the proposal came as a surprise even though gifts of bling weren't so unusual.
"He was always like, 'I'm going to marry you, I'm going to marry you.' I know he was going to give me a very expensive gift because he wasn't there for my birthday," she said. "but I thought he was going to give me like a watch or something he just went out his way." Watch the fun interviewhere.
The moment was captured at the McCrady training center in Fort Jackson, where the Chainsmokers gave a special performance for the troops. In the video, Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart are pulled out a group of troops in formation to be loudly berated by their superiors before being forced to drop and deliver 20 pushups.
"We thought we were in formation but I guess not," the band joked on Instagram. "Thanks to the USO for bringing us to McCrady training center to surprise Fort Jackson soldiers for holiday holdover leave. It was a honor to perform for all of you, thank you for your service to our country." Watch the comedic clip, which features quite a bit of yelling,here.
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