Jennifer Lopez To Be Honored At MTV VMAs
Jennifer Lopez will be honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award at this month’s MTV Video Music Awards. In addition to receiving the award, she will perform during the ceremony.
Previous Video Vanguard winners include Pink, Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, and, of course, Michael Jackson.
The 2018 MTV Video Music Awards will air August 20th at 9 pm, live from Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Meanwhile, during a Facebook Live chat, J.Lo offered up her suggestions on who she thinks should get the Video Vanguard Award, suggesting both Missy Elliott and Lady Gaga are deserving. She shared that Missy should get it "'cause her videos were always so cutting-edge," adding, "Yes, her and Gaga I think would be good ones."
*LIST* Calvin Harris Is Still The Highest Paid DJ In The World
Calvin Harris once again tops “Forbes’” annual list of the highest paid DJs in the world. Calvin earns the title for a sixth straight year, thanks to $48 million in earnings.
Coming in at number two is The Chainsmokers, with $45.5 million, followed by Tiesto ($33 mil), Steve Aoki ($28 mil) and Marshmello ($20 mil).
Top Ten Highest Paid DJs in the Country(click here for the complete list)
Calvin Harris ($48 million)The Chainsmokers ($45.5 million)Tiesto ($33 million)Steve Aoki ($28 million)Marshmello ($23 million)Zedd ($22 million)Diplo ($20 million)David Guetta ($15 million)Kaskade ($13.5 million)Martin Garrix ($13 million)
Harry Styles Is Single Again
Looks like Harry Styles may be back on the market. The UK press reports that Harry and model Camille Rowe have ended their relationship. “The Sun” claims the pair ended things about two weeks after he finished his recent solo tour earlier this month.
Harry and Camille were first linked back in July of 2017, and the former One Direction singer even introduced her to his family in December.
So far neither side has confirmed the breakup.
Backstreet Boys Help Facilitate Fan’s Proposal
The Backstreet Boys helped surprise a longtime fan with a moment she’ll never forget.
Psychologist Lori Meono, who had seen the band more than 100 times, was at a meet and great for the band’s “Larger Than Life” residency at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater in Las Vegas, but she didn’t know that her best friend Sarah Schwartz and boyfriend, Marine Corps vet Lance Williams had been scheming behind the scenes to create a very special moment.
As Lori took photos with the band, Lance popped into the photo area to surprise her, and then got down on one knee and proposed. “There’s no better time or place than in front of your boys (Backstreet Boys) to ask you...Will you marry me?," he said, explaining on Facebook, “Eventually she said yes.”