22 year old Selena Gomez and 22 year old One Direction’s Niall Horan were spotted kissing at Jenna Dewan Tatum’s 35th birthday party at L.A. hotspot Bootsy Bellows on Friday. “Niall and Selena definitely seemed very close and like they were together,” an eyewitness dishes to Us Weekly. “Niall got there first with his bodyguard, then the next thing I know, I looked over and Selena was there. They were very close together, talking and whispering.” The source goes on to say that the pair also left together at the end of the night. Horan later took to Twitter to share a group picture from the party which shows his hand resting on Gomez’s shoulder. (via ReelWorld)

Meanwhile, Selena Gomez Can’t Keep Her Hands to Herself In Sneak Peek of ‘Hands to Myself’ Video


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West revealed their new son’s name: Saint West. Right now, Saint has no middle name, despite reports that the couple had settled on Robert (after Kim’s late father). Tons of Tweeters thought they’d name him Easton West – which would have been perfect with the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, North West.

The 2016 GRAMMY Awards saw more than 21,000 submissions for this year’s nominees. The award show is peer-based and includes recording artists, songwriters, producers and engineers. Happening Monday, February 15, 2016 – – the show-runner this year is Kendrick Lamar, who leads nominations with 11. Following Lamar is Taylor Swift and The Weeknd, who both earned 7.
Here are the nominees for 2016’s GRAMMY Awards:
Album Of The Year:
Sound & Color — Alabama Shakes
To Pimp A Butterfly — Kendrick Lamar
Traveller — Chris Stapleton
1989 — Taylor Swift
Beauty Behind The Madness — The Weeknd
Watch and share the Album Of The Year category roundup videoRecord Of The Year:
“Really Love” — D’Angelo And The Vanguard
“Uptown Funk” — Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
“Thinking Out Loud” — Ed Sheeran
“Blank Space” — Taylor Swift
“Can’t Feel My Face” — The Weeknd
Watch and share the Record Of The Year category roundup video
Song Of The Year:
“Alright” — Kendrick Duckworth, Mark Anthony Spears & Pharrell Williams, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)
“Blank Space” — Max Martin, Shellback & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)
“Girl Crush” — Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna & Liz Rose, songwriters (Little Big Town)
“See You Again” — Andrew Cedar, Justin Franks, Charles Puth & Cameron Thomaz, songwriters (Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth)
“Thinking Out Loud” — Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge, songwriters (Ed Sheeran)
Watch and share the Song Of The Year category roundup videoBest New Artist:
Courtney Barnett
James Bay
Sam Hunt
Tori Kelly
Meghan Trainor
Watch and share the Best New Artist category roundup videoPOP FIELD
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance:
“Ship To Wreck” — Florence + The Machine
“Sugar” — Maroon 5
“Uptown Funk” — Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
“Bad Blood” — Taylor Swift Featuring Kendrick Lamar
“See You Again” — Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth
Mary Forsberg and Scott Weiland in 2007 (photo: Denise Truscello/WireImage)
Mary Forsberg and Scott Weiland in 2007 (photo: Denise Truscello/WireImage)

The music world was grieving after news broke that former Velvet Revolver/Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland had died of a suspected but not confirmed drug overdose. Mary Forsberg Weiland, his late ex-wife & the mother of his teenage children, Noah, 15, and Lucky, 13 has written an open letter to everyone affected by Weiland’s death.

“December 3rd, 2015 is not the day Scott Weiland died,” Forsberg’s open letter begins. “It is the official day the public will use to mourn him, and it was the last day he could be propped up in front of a microphone for the financial benefit or enjoyment of others… But the truth is, like so many other kids, [Noah and Lucy] lost their father years ago. What they truly lost on December 3rd was hope. For much of her starkly candid and at times furious essay, Forsberg blames her ex-husband’s demise on music-industry enablers who failed to help Weiland, a known drug addict – either because they were in denial about the seriousness of Weiland’s problems, or worse, because they stood to profit off of the singer’s bad-boy persona. We don’t want to downplay Scott’s amazing talent, presence or his ability to light up any stage with brilliant electricity. So many people have been gracious enough to praise his gift. The music is here to stay. But at some point, someone needs to step up and point out that yes, this will happen again – because as a society we almost encourage it. We read awful show reviews, watch videos of artists falling down, unable to recall their lyrics streaming on a teleprompter just a few feet away. And then we click ‘add to cart’ because what actually belongs in a hospital is now considered art. In reality, what [the public] didn’t want to acknowledge was a paranoid man who couldn’t remember his own lyrics and who was only photographed with his children a handful of times in 15 years of fatherhood… Even after Scott and I split up, I spent countless hours trying to calm his paranoid fits, pushing him into the shower and filling him with coffee, just so that I could drop him into the audience at Noah’s talent show, or Lucy’s musical. Those short encounters were my attempts at giving the kids a feeling of normalcy with their dad. But anything longer would often turn into something scary and uncomfortable for them… There were times that Child Protective Services did not allow him to be alone with them.”“When he remarried, the children were replaced. They were not invited to his wedding; child support checks often never arrived. Our once sweet Catholic boy refused to watch the kids participate in Christmas Eve plays because he was now an atheist. They have never set foot into his house, and they can’t remember the last time they saw him on a Father’s Day. I don’t share this with you to cast judgment, I do so because you most likely know at least one child in the same shoes. If you do, please acknowledge them and their experience.”“Our hope for Scott has died, but there is still hope for others. Let’s choose to make this first time we don’t glorify this tragedy with talk of rock ‘n’ roll and the demons that, by the way, don’t have to come with it. Skip the depressing T-shirt with 1967-2015 on it – use the money to take a kid to a ballgame or out for ice cream.”

This little girl is ALL OF US singing Adele’s “Hello”. Wait for it….

Here is a great idea: Students living in retirement centers instead of college dorms receive free rent in exchange for volunteering. Students teach elders new skills, like email, social media, Skyping, graffiti art.