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Friday, December 26, 2014


In honor of Jay Z’s 45th birthday earlier this month, Beyoncé and Jay Z traveled to Iceland for a celebration in the snow. Mr. and Mrs. Carter bared the freezing temps, but still looked like they were having a blast in the wintery wonderland.
The "7/11" singer rounded up a group of their close friends for a celebratory dinner at the super luxe Trophy Lodge resort for the rap mogul’s milestone birthday, complete with a surprise birthday cake.

Donning orange ski suits, they rode snowmobiles through the arctic tundra and honored Mike Brown by posing for a photo with their hands up. The couple took a helicopter ride (we see you, Blue), sipped champagne in the snow, and warmed up with a swim in the hot springs (check out a bikini-clad Bey throwing up the Roc).

Bey was all smiles as she rolled around in the white powder, and presented her hubby with a cake during an intimate dinner.

Then the Carters hopped on a helicopter to explore the beauty of the volcanic island. We hear they flew over the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, which caused a huge disruption to air travel after it erupted in 2010, and the Holuhraun eruption.

The Carters are currently in Phuket, Thailand for the holidays.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014


Showing her love, Nick Young is one lucky dude. Iggy Azalea surprised her boo Swaggy P by buying him a 1962 Chevy Impala for Christmas. The Lakers star got behind the wheel and showed off his shiny blue ride on Instagram.

“My boo so dope!!!!! @thenewclassic thanks for the Christmas gift #LoveYou You Go Girl!!!! WestSide,” tweeted Nick.

Iggy presented the fancy gift (estimated at $100k) to him with a red bow and gift tag on it that read: “A gift for Swaggy P From: Iggy.”

The couple, who connected via social media, can be seen in the holiday 2014 campaign for Forever 21. Earlier this year, they purchased a house together in the San Fernando Valley.

“From her songs, I thought she’d be all about going to clubs and partying, but it’s the opposite of that,” Nick told DuJour magazine. “She wakes up early every morning to take care of her dogs, and she cooks for me. From her rapping, I was very surprised that she could do all that. She’s a really cool, down-to-earth person.”
Iggy gushed about her man in an interview with GQ. “Nick’s really goofy and funny,” she said. “I always joke with him, ‘I hope we don’t break up because you’d ruin basketball for me.’”

Monday, December 22, 2014


After 14 years on the air, BET’s “106 & Park” aired its final episode on Friday. During the live two-hour “final act,” the original hosts AJ and Free returned to reminisce on highlights from the show’s historic run.

Keyshia Cole and Wale, who launched their careers on the “106″ stage, stopped by to hang with the livest audience one last time, while Big Sean, Ne-Yo, Ashanti, and Common taped farewell messages.

A passionate Wale spoke from the heart. “They tryna get rid of this. They tryna get rid of our voice. They tryna get rid of our style. They tryna get rid of our culture, they tryna dilute it,” he said. “Don’t ever get it twisted by no blog or no Internet people. This is our culture. Our parents had ‘Soul Train’ and ‘American Bandstand,’ we had ’106 & Park.’”

Nicki Minaj was the final guest on Thursday and sat down with Terrence and Rocsi to discuss the show’s legacy and her new album The Pinkprint.

“Can’t believe this show is coming to an end,” said Nicki. “It’s given me the best moments with my fans that I’ll cherish for a lifetime.”

In 2015, BET plans to take the show digital via BET.com and its social media platforms. There are still plans to produce “106 & Park” specials throughout the year, including the annual New Year’s Eve show, “106 & Party,” along with live event experiences at the BET Awards and BET Experience.

Say goodbye to “106″ by watching some of the nostalgic moments below.

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