She’s got quite a history with MTV’s “Total Request Live” as they helped launch her girl group “Destiny’s Child” as well as her super successful solo career. And last night Beyonce Knowles was all about paying tribute to the final TRL, “Total Finale Live.”
It’s that all-important night when the infamous Hollywood critics get their chance to make their voices heard. And the Critics’ Choice Awards (held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium last night) was marked with great-looking celebrities and even greater recognition of some amazing work.
Everyone’s favorite Scientolo-wife Katie Holmes was rocking her bangy-hairdo atop an interesting off-shoulder, burlap sack-looking dress. Meanwhile, Amanda Bynes elected to wear a purple thigh-length belted dress with some super high-heels.
The MTV Australia Video Music Awards took place in Sydney, Austalia last night (April 29), with American acts stealing the show.
Punk rockers 30 Seconds to Mars came up big, with The Kill being named Video of the Year and Best Rock Video. The Jared Leto led band beat out the likes of Australian bands Wolfmother's Joker and the Thief, as well as Christina Aguilera, Eskimo Joe, and Jet.
Stemming from incidents occurring late last year, rap star Snoop Dogg was charged Tuesday (April 10) with gun possession by a convicted felon and a marijuana-related drug charge, prosecutors announced.
The 35-year-old, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, is scheduled to be arraigned on the two felony counts this morning (April 11). The arraignment is to take place in a Pasadena Superior Court, according to Los Angeles County district attorney's office spokeswoman Jane Robison.
The United Kingdom is showing no love to rap entertainer Snoop Doggy Dog. The UK leg of the P Diddy/Snoop Dogg tour has been cancelled due to the refusal to give Snoop a visa. The shows were called off after "credible behind the scenes efforts were made, to no avail, to reverse the decision,” a tour spokesperson said.
Snoop Dogg had hoped the government would reconsider his visa, after he said he was promoting a message of non-violence to children and would make a donation to an anti-violence charity.