Azealia Banks has issued a grovelling apology to one of her many targets, Zayn Malik. Five months after she first lashed out at the former One Direction singer in a racist attack, calling him a “curry scented b***h”, Azealia has finally said sorry.
In an open letter, which comes two months after she once again hit out at Zayn, 23, with a transphobic comment, Azealia said: “There are no words that can fully express how sorry I am. Recent events have taught me the importance of taking accountability … read more

As impossible as it is to imagine U2 without charismatic frontman Bono , when he auditioned for the band in 1976 he was almost shown the door. The aspiring guitarist answered a notice in Mount Temple Comprehensive school, Dublin, for rehearsals for the Larry Mullen Band. The only problem was, he really couldn’t play. Bono, then plain old Paul Hewson, was the last to arrive at Larry’s home on September 25 and found himself squeezed around a drum kit with The Edge and Adam Clayton . Guitarist … read more

For its eighth and final season, The Vampire Diaries is going back to its roots: suspense, romance, and, well, vampires. With Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Enzo (Michael Malarkey) currently under the control of an enigmatic evil, the Brothers Grim have been wreaking havoc all along the West Coast — and they’re leaving a trail of bodies in their wake. “There’s definitely been more blood that I’ve had to deal with this season, whether my own or somebody else’s,” Malarkey told MTV News ahead … read more

It’s a no-brainer that someone from the year 2121 would want to come back in time and save the present to preserve the future. While Raviv Ullman, who played Phil Diffy on Disney’s Phil of the Future, isn’t actually from the future, he still wants to help protect it.
On Tuesday (October 18), Ullman announced he’s directing Standing Ground, a documentary surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) that’s threatening to destroy the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s homeland and affect the water … read more

The election draws ever nearer, and brings with it all of the promise of a looming storm during a drought. There might be sweet rain to nourish some of this parched earth, or a stray lightning bolt could spark a forest fire. There will probably be a little of each. The candidates have let us know how they feel about climate change, immigration, reproductive rights, gender equality, and almost every issue that affects Americans. However, the work that needs to be done on those fronts exists largely … read more

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde’s 2-year-old son Otis has a pretty well-documented obsession with Beyoncé, but with the arrival of little Daisy, it looks like there may be some competition in the Sudeikis household over who’s the biggest Bey fan. Earlier today (Oct. 21, 2016), Sudeikis stopped by Harry Connick Jr.‘s talk show Harry, to apologize for missing his previously scheduled appearance due to the birth of his daughter Daisy. “I was supposed to be here at 4,” the newly minted … read more

In case anyone cares at this point, on the season finale of Rob & Chyna this past Sunday, Blac Chyna really did take a paternity test because for real, there was some question about whether Chyna is carrying Rob Kardashian’s child. According to the show, Rob Kardashian IS the father, Maury-style. Of course that doesn’t mean that Chyna and Rob are even on good terms at this point. I hate to say this considering they’re about to bring a baby into the world, but I doubt they’ll make it … read more

It has been a total misery for me that this Azealia Banks-Russell Crowe story has gone on all week. I hate covering Banks – she is one of the most deplorable celebrities out there, and if she has a mental illness, I sincerely hope she gets help. But mental illness or not, I suspect she will always be a major a—hole. To recap, RZA brought Banks to a small party at Russell Crowe’s hotel suite. Everyone was chilling out and enjoying some music. Banks started verbally abusing guests, then she … read more

The women that are celebrated in this episode of the Celebuzz’d podcast share two commonalities: The products of their talents are soul food and they both delight in a beautiful plate of pasta.
We kick off this episode with a discussion between host Mia Lardiere and the Celebuzz staff’s resident Lady Gaga historian, Matt Russoniello, about Joanne, her fifth studio album that drops today (Oct. 21. 2016), so #BuyJoanneOniTunes. The two staffers explore the public’s expectation of the album … read more

During the third and final presidential debate on Wednesday, October 19, Republican candidate Donald Trump made a shocking claim about late-term abortions. “In the ninth month, you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb,” the 70-year-old businessman asserted as Utah mom Alyson Draper watched on in horror. Then she sat down at her computer.
“I had a late-term abortion. It is nothing like described by Trump,” the mother of six began on Wednesday, October 19, in a Facebook post … read more

Azealia Banks will not let her naysayers have the last word when it comes to, well, anything.
Banks shared her side of the story (again) with Us Weekly following the incident where she got into an altercation with Russell Crowe in his hotel room at his dinner party that she attended as RZA’s guest. “I’ve got youth and beauty, and he’s got beer belly and jowls!” Banks said of her ability to persevere beyond the tiff. “I got music. I got music, and I got youth.”
Though Crowe’s camp … read more

Better late than never. Azealia Banks penned an emotional apology letter to Zayn Malik, who she slammed on Twitter earlier this year, following her Saturday, October 15, Beverly Hills hotel room fight with Russell Crowe. In the letter — given to Us Weekly on Friday, October 21, by Banks’ rep — the 25-year-old rapper says she’s sorry for launching into a tirade of homophobic and racist tweets against the former One Direction star, 23, back in May. “Dude, I make better music than you. Simmer … read more

A week after she was arrested on trespassing charges during a peaceful protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline, Shailene Woodley penned an essay for Time explaining why the cause she supports is so important to many Americans.
“I was in North Dakota, standing side by side with Native Americans,” she began. “Well, guess what, America? They’re still here. And they are still fighting the good fight. A fight that serves each and every one of us. They are still putting their lives on the … read more

No bad blood here. A letter that George H.W. Bush wrote to Bill Clinton after losing the 1992 election has resurfaced online amid the animosity of the current presidential race. In the sweet note, the 41st POTUS, now 92, told Clinton, now 70, that he was “rooting hard” for his Democratic opponent.
“When I walked into this office just now I felt the same sense of wonder and respect that I felt four years ago. I know you will feel that, too,” the letter reads. “I wish you great happiness … read more

Several months back, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared on the cover of British Vogue. It was her first time posing for a magazine, and the result was… okay. I thought the clothes were incredibly boring and Kate brought as much life to the photos as she does to her charity work. Little surprise that Kate dictated her own terms to British Vogue, from the clothes to the location and it wouldn’t surprise me if she chose which photos too. Still, the photos weren’t flat-out embarrassing and everyone … read more