There is no end to her wittiness, and Amy Schumer proved she’s funnier than pretty much everyone in the Twitterverse on Monday (August 24).
The “Trainwreck” actress received a tweet from a fan named @vickytweetsnow along with a photograph of the well-known painting titled “American Gothic”- “I think I have revealed a genealogy line for @amyschumer. The American Gothic lady could be an ancestor. #NoDisrespect.”
As announced earlier today (August 25), the “Love Lockdown” rapper will join the ranks of Madonna, the Beastie Boys, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and Beyonce as the recipient of the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, a rare and special designation.
She’s gearing up for the fall release of her new record and Carrie Underwood just revealed the cover art for all to behold.
The “Blown Away” songstress took to her Instagram account with a snapshot of the Storyteller design ahead of its October street date, along with the caption, “The album cover for #Storyteller October 23rd will be here before ya’ know it!”
Season 6 doesn't kick off until October, but "The Walking Dead" fans were more than happy to get their fix with Sunday night’s premiere of “Fear the Walking Dead.”
According to the numbers, the 90-minute broadcast set a new cable television record by delivering 10.1 million live and same-day viewers, making AMC the home of three of the top five premieres (“The Walking Dead” is #5 and “Better Call Saul” is #2).
Her live performances are always top-notch, and last night (August 24) Taylor Swift paid homage to one of her own personal musical heroes- Alanis Morissette.
The “Bad Blood” babe was giving a concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles when she announced her special guest, noting, “She defined the music of her decade and inspired a generation of confessional, female singer-songwriters.”