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Jay-Z and his wife dominate with four nods each, while Drake, Chris Brown, and Pharrell Williams trail behind with three apiece.
The couple announces that the two additional shows will take place on August 3 in Pasadena, California, and on August 6 in San Francisco.
Solange was seen in the elevator surveillance video punching and kicking her brother-in-law who did not retaliate.
In an essay for the June edition of Vanity Fair, the former White House intern also says that she 'deeply' regrets her affair with Bill Clinton.
Queen Bey and RiRi show some skin on the red carpet, Taylor and Kim go glamorous in a pink and blue number respectively, while Lupita Nyong'o steals attention with her unusual choice of outfit.
In addition to some items donated by Paltrow, the sale features a Balenciaga dress which belonged to Kate Hudson and Nicole Richie's Christian Louboutin shoes.
Pharrell takes home Best Use of Interactive Video award with his 24-hour promo of 'Happy' at the awards show which honors people who make the best use of the web.
The 'On the Run' tour will kick off June 25 before expanding into 15 other big cities across the United States.
The HD and full version comes nearly a year after the track was released as a snippet featured on Beyonce's H and M ad.
The wife of Nick Cannon plans to reveals the title, track list, artwork, and music of her next studio installment all at the same time.
The clip, which is featured in Beyonce's visual album, is released to coincide with the singer being featured on the cover of Time's '100 Most Influential People of the Year' issue.
Queen Bey is joined on the 100 list along with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, Kerry Washington, Pope Francis, President Barack Obama, and Steve McQueen.
Bey collaborates with Boots, a producer who worked on a lot of tracks in her latest album 'Beyonce'.
Jay-Z and his wife reportedly are not keen on appearing on Kim's reality show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
Katy Perry's ex-boyfriend turns the Ryan Tedder-penned song off Beyonce's latest chart-topping album into a slow-tempo acoustic jam during his concert in Adelaide, Australia.