Beyoncé is not wasting any time getting back to business. A day after announcing her comeback concerts in Atlantic City, the pop superstar’s most loyal fans gathered in Times Square to celebrate the news. They rose before the sun and sang along to her hits including “Irreplaceable” and “Party” as Beyoncé appeared on a digital billboard in the heart of New York City.
The singer will perform for the first time since giving birth to her daughter Blue Ivy during a three-night engagement at the $2.4 billion Revel resort over Memorial Day weekend. Tickets for the shows go on sale April 6.
Oh, that musical Smith family! Of course we’ll never forget that movie star Will Smith got his start as a rapper on such legendary tracks as “Parents Just Don’t Understand,” and Jaden andWillow have kept our ears pretty busy over the past couple of years, too. But if there’s one member of this clan we don’t think about much in musical terms, it’s mom Jada Pinkett Smith.However, Popdust has helpfully reminded us that, yes, all four members of this family are musical geniuses, as Jada sings in the band Wicked Evolution, which has just released the video for “Burn” (which is kind of like a grown-up version of “Fireball”). Watch it below.
R&B singer Keith Sweat took a double whammy in his foreclosure case, because even after the bank took his house and sold it he’s still on the hook for $250,000 — this according to a new lawsuit. PMI Mortgage filed the lawsuit against Sweat in Georgia — claiming the singer defaulted on a $450,000 mortgage on his Detroit home, which he purchased in 2004. Problem is — when the bank sold it, it only recouped $200,000, just a fraction of its losses. PMI Mortgage sued Sweat for the balance — $253,000 — and since Keith failed to respond, a judge ruled in PMI’s favor. PMI has since sought a lien on Keith’s Georgia property in a last ditch effort to get its money...THOSE BIG HOUSE COME WITH HEFTY PRICE ...MNANUNUA ZA NINI