He also won a laugh from the hosts and the audience when he said that Gaga could be his bastard daughter. Watch the moment in the video clip above.
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Warning: The video above contains explicit language.
Rapper Kanye West went on a 10-minute rant while closing a New York City show this week … and we’ve got the YouTube video to prove it.
During his tirade, West blasted the media for their representation of former President George W. Bush, and Taylor Swift for not sticking by him, Kanye West. “Taylor [Swift] never came to my defense in any interview,” he complained, saying Swift “rode the wave, and rode it and rode it!”
He also blamed the media for using him to make George W. Bush look stupid. “Look how they exploited him!” he cried. “They said that he said that it was his lowest moment,” when Kanye publicly denounced the President for not doing more in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
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Although he's made some peace with former President George W. Bush, Kanye West now has a new target for his frustration: the Today show.
During a pre-taped interview that aired Thursday, Kanye became bothered by some video that was rolling during his chat. As Matt Lauer and West were comparing the backlash he received after the MTV Awards to the flak Bush received post-Hurricane Katrina, NBC chose to show the clip of that famous Kanye/Taylor Swift moment.
That decision caught Kanye by surprise -- and he made sure everyone knew he didn't like it. (Cue the video to the 6:30 mark.)
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If you're a Gleek, you've likely been anticipating Gwyneth Paltrow's upcoming cameo on Glee. If you're a country music lover, this was the Paltrow moment you've been eager to check out.
Last night, the Country Strong actress finally made her heavily-promoted appearance on the Country Music Awards. The Oscar winner -- who was strategically placed toward the very end of the program -- was assisted on stage by musician Vince Gill.
After watching her Paltrow's performance, let us know what you think. Did Gwyneth deserve her standing ovation ... or were those merely sympathy claps?
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"I think we do most of our best thinking on the sh-tter. What else do you have to do in there besides think?"
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Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream” was featured on Glee Tuesday night in a fantastic performance starring newcomer Darren Criss, and the pop star was ready to cry with joy when she saw it.
We know just how you feel, Katy. Check out the video above to see the entire performance. The goofy smile on Chris Colfer’s face sums up our feelings perfectly.
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Whether he's on a stage or flying 15,000 feet in the air, Kanye West knows how to put on a show.
During a flight last Friday to New York from Minneapolis, the rapper took control of the closest microphone to him: the loudspeaker.
According to someone on that Delta route, West gave his fellow passengers way more than they had anticipated.
“He was like, ‘Yo, this your n***a, Kanye,’” the witness told Hollywood Life. “Then he couldn’t decide if he wanted to do the 'Good Life’ or ‘Gold Digger,’ so he was like, ‘I’ll just do a little bit of both.’ It was awesome … but I still have no idea how he got into the cockpit.”
TMZ is reporting that some members of the Jackson family are skeptical of the songs featured on the newest Michael Jackson album.
The gossip site says that the family thinks the singing doesn’t sound like Michael’s voice. Mom Katharine Jackson is scheduled to appear on Oprah Monday, but it’s not known whether or not she’ll address the album controversy.
Paparazzi recently caught up to LaToya Jackson to get her take on the situation. The singer/actress was very quiet and polite as she climbed into a taxi, telling the paps “I listened to it…It doesn’t sound like him.” LaToya was referring to the “Breaking News” single, recently released by Sony as a teaser for the upcoming album.
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At the “insistence” of her doctors, Aretha Franklin has canceled all of her upcoming appearances until May 2011.
A rep for the “Queen of Soul” made that announcement today without providing any other details about the singer’s health.
"Ms. Franklin is resting comfortably at home, but is very anxious to get back on the road to perform for her countless fans around the world," a statement read.
Just last week, the 68-year-old was released from a Detroit hospital where she had been receiving treatment for undisclosed reasons. It’s not known if Thursday’s news was in any way related to her stay.
"The award winning songstress sends her sincerest apologies to her loyal followers and colleagues for the canceled shows," her publicist added.
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The Jonas Brothers will have to go without a warm-up act during their international tour.
Singer Demi Lovato -- who had been performing with the boys -- abruptly exited the tour over the weekend to cope with "emotional and physical" issues.
Lovato, who has openly talked about being bullied in her past, reportedly made the decision to seek treatment following a fight with a female dancer.
Due to the timing of her departure, Demi will not be replaced on the last few dates of the tour. The Jonas Brothers are next scheduled to perform in Santiago, Chile on Thursday.
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