John Legend performs "All of Me" on The Wendy Williams Show | TV Catch-Up

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Ahead of his Made To Love tour with Tamar Braxton, John Legend made an appearance The Wendy Williams Show to promote his fourth album release Love in the Future.
The acclaimed singer-songwriter and pianist delivered a solid performance of his ballad "All of Me", which recently made headlines because of the raunchy visual accompaniment that starred his wife Chrissy Teigen. Watch the full performance below...

Watch: John Legend performs "All of Me" on The Wendy Williams Show

Love in the Future is out no. Stream and buy it here.

The Weeknd performs “Pretty” on The Late Show with David Letterman | TV Catch-Up

Whilst in New York city following his series of sold out shows at the Radio City Music Hall, Canadian singer-songwriter The Weeknd dropped into The Late Show with David Letterman to promote his recently released debut album Kiss Land.

The enigmatic artist delivered performance of "Pretty", the latest single to be taken from his new LP (watch the official music video here), with a full live band and you can watch the full performance below...

Let us know what you thought of the performance below...

Justin Timberlake performs "TKO" on Ellen Degeneres Show | TV Catch-Up

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With his new album The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2 already Number 1 on the iTunes chart and a fresh string of European tourdates announced, Justin Timberlake kicks off his album release week by performing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show after an interview with the beloved comic. Read more

Janelle Monae performs "Dance Apocalyptic" on Later… with Jools Holland | TV Catch-Up

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Dulcet android diva Janelle Monae and her crew took over the Later... with Jools Holland stage last night for live performances of "Dance Apocalyptic" and "Q.U.E.E.N." from her latest album, The Electric Lady. Read more

'Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce' reality series to debut on Fuse | TV Trailer

Now that Miley Cyrus’ twerked-filled VMA performance is unfortunately etched in people’s minds, the original Queen of Twerk Big Freedia is set to premiere her own reality show next month in hopes of bringing a more positive light to the New Orleans Bounce scene from which the dance originated. Read more

ScHoolboy Q + Kendrick Lamar perform "Collard Greens" at Arsenio Hall Show + #uncapped [Video]


Before hitting the UK to play London's iTunes Festival earlier this week, ScHoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar touched down at The Arsenio Hall Show to perform, along with a set at Fader's #uncapped live series in New York. Read more

Drake performs "Hold On, We're Going Home" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show


As Drake makes his media rounds in preparation of Nothing Was The Same's release, the YMCMB artists made his way to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Appropriate, given album opener "Tuscan Leather" features Drizzy spitting about the comedic actress turned talk show host; "Degenerates, even Ellen love our shit." Read more

Drake x Sampha premiere "Too Much" live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon | TV Catch-Up

As we draw closer to the release of his third solo studio album Nothing Was The Same, Canadian rapping/singing sensation Drake took to the stage on the popular late night talk and variety show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to debut a brand new track from the eagerly anticipated LP.Read more

Valerie June performs "Workin' Woman Blues" on David Letterman Show [Video]

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Showcasing unique vocals that incorporate blues, soul, gospel and folk inflections, Jackson, Tennessee-born singer-songwriter Valerie June recently made her television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman in New York City, performing her current single “Workin’ Woman Blues.” Read more

Holler If Ya Hear Me: Tupac Shakur musical in the works


News broke out this summer that Tupac Shakur's music will reincarnate as the score for a musical fit for Broadway, and now theatre director Kenny Leon confirms that a cast is in place. Read more

Snoop Dogg performs on the Arsenio Hall show premiere | TV Catch-Up

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Last night's premiere of the relaunched Arsenio Hall show brought back a lot of memories for fans of the late night talk show.

And although his interview with Chris Tucker was special in its own right, the seemingly out-of-nowhere appearance of Snoop Dogg along with Warren G, Daz Dillinger and Kurupt  easily took the cake. Introduced as Snoop Dogg (and not Lion) the iconic Long Beach, California MC performed Doggystlye classic "Who am I (What's My Name)?" The Doggfather would even close the show with "Drop It Like It's Hot." 20 years later, Hall still has it.

Watch Snoop Dogg perform "Who am I (What's My Name)?" below.

Watch Snoop Dogg perform "Drop It Like It's Hot" below.

Watch the official trailer for NBA 2K14 | Gaming


Another year, another annual instalment in 2K Game's NBA 2K series. Read more

Ben Affleck to play Batman in new Superman and Batman movie | Geek Alert

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Plenty of names have been thrown around when it came to who would replace Christian Bale and step into Bruce Wayne's designer suit and Batman's cape and cowl in the forthcoming Superman/Batman movie, but the answer is finally here and may raise a few eyebrows.Read more

Oprah talks JAY Z, Harry Belafonte + The Butler with Shaheem Reid [Video]

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At a press junket for historical drama The Butler, Oprah, the master of interviewing and answering questions, answers a question about JAY Z and Harry Belafonte and gracefully ties her great response back to the film.

Journalist Shaheem Reid, host of Life+Times series The Round Up, asked her opinion on Harry Belafonte's statements on Jay and Beyonce's "lack" of social responsibility. Of course, to begin with, Oprah said she listened and liked Magna Carta Holy Grail. Supporting the homies, O! She then went on to explain how she interprets Hov's methods of being socially conscious.

People war in different ways. There are multiple ways to protest. Jay uses his music. He uses his life. He uses his artfulness. His ability as a businessman. That is his protest against all the indignities that not only he has suffered but generations before him have suffered.

This is where the awesome tie in comes in.

Harry Belafonte's might have been going to congress or marching or so forth. Not everybody has the same way. That's why this movie [The Butler] is so powerful because the father's way was not the son's way. Which way is right? Both are right.

Perfect answer.

The Butler hits US theatres on August 16th.

Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera to return to 'The Voice' | TV News

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It's good news for US Network NBC as they announce the return of two original coaches to hit TV show The Voice (US) for its 5th season. Grammy winners Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera both sat out last season, replaced by Usher and Shakira respectively, but are now back on board and will again join forces with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine to find a successor to Season four's victor Danielle Bradberry. Read more

Stussy x Yo! MTV Raps Capsule Collection | Style

Cali clothing brand Stüssy has teamed up with the Yo! MTV Raps franchise to celebrate 25 years since it's creation in August of 1988. Read more