Adele

Listen to a snippet of new music by British chanteuse Adele titled "When We Were Young," off her upcoming album, 25, in stores Friday, Nov. 20.

Adele, who is in New York promoting her album, recorded the song with singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr., whom she described as her favorite collaborator. The song has a 70s vibe to it that Adele says she loves.

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Beyonce Tiffany Riddick

Normally Beyonce runs a very tight ship. It is an extremely rare occurrence when an insider breaks rank and speaks to the media about the Beyonce's inner sanctum. Getting information from behind Beyonce's iron curtain is like pulling teeth (I know because I've tried on numerous occasions).

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Tamar Braxton for Flaunt Magazine

Here is singer and reality TV star Tamar Braxton as we've never seen her. The new mom posed for Flaunt magazine in a series of whimsical fashion photos that reveal her inner drag queen.

Inside the mag Tamar reveals just how much she hated being pregnant with her and Vince Herberts's son, Logan.

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I had no clue that singer Bobby Brown dated Janet Jackson until I read an excerpt in his autobiography “Being Bobby Brown: The Truth and Nothing But …”

“I can recall that I started drinking heavily when Janet Jackson and I broke up. Before I met Janet I would never drink hard liquor, I only drank beer. But after our break up, I started drinking hard liquor abundantly. I took the way our relationship ended very hard. Not to say we were head over heels in love, but she was someone I had a lot of feelings for. Besides, we were young and naive. I was only about 19 or 20 years old. Young love is no joke!”

Thanks to loyal reader Lisa Jackson for sending this scan of a now defunct Fresh magazine featuring lovebirds Bobby and Janet on the cover!

I had one word when I watched this video after loyal reader Debra emailed it to me last week: shocked!

The video was filmed during a dance competition in California on April 10. It shows 5 scantily clad 8 and 9-year-old girls dancing to Beyonce's hit song "Single Ladies."

Now that the video has gone viral all over the Internet, two of the parents have come forward to defend their lack of parenting skills. The two parents appeared on Good Morning America today (I guess the other parents were too embarrassed to show their faces on TV).

Cory Miller, the father one of the dancers, said the video was "taken completely out of context," and the performance was "completely normal for dancing." Sure it is -- completely normal for dancing in a strip club! I've seen strip moves that are tamer than the dance steps these children performed.

Another parent, Melissa Presch, defended the children's skimpy outfits, which she claimed were necessary for flexibility.

"The costumes are designed for movement, unrestricted movement and to show body lines," she said. What body lines???

"We're very proud of our daughters and their accomplishments," she added.

Well, I hope that in a few years these two idiot parents will be equally as proud when their daughters come home knocked up and make them instant grandparents.