Kesha performed at an anti-gun violence event at the Democratic National Convention earlier this week, and used her time onstage to speak about her ongoing legal battle with former producer Dr. ...Read more
Adele made room for one of her biggest fans onstage at her concert in Seattle last night: local drag queen and Adele impersonator Kristie Champagne. “You look so amazing, oh my gosh…I ...Read more
MTV just announced the nominees for its Video Music Awards, with Beyonce leading the way with a career-best 11 nods. Queen Bey is followed by Adele, Ariana Grande and Drake, respectively, with ...Read more
Steven Tyler’s first-ever solo album We’re All Somebody From Somewhere debuted atop the Billboard Country Albums chart for the week ending August 6. The project sold 17,000 copies in its first ...Read more
“The “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” singer, 63, chatted with AARP The Magazine for their August/September issue and opened up about everything from the election to aging and the ...Read more
“It looks like Amber Heard’s going to have to testify under oath pretty soon. On Tuesday, Johnny Depp’s legal team held an emergency hearing, where they convinced a judge to set a ...Read more
Jacqueline Kennedy was not only the First Lady, she was a trendsetter, and a social icon. Her life had its ups and downs being married to John F. Kennedy. Natalie Portman is set to play the iconic ...Read more
“Those who ship Rory and Dean will be disappointed to learn that Jared Padalecki will only actually play a small part in the upcoming Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix. According to the actor, ...Read more
- Family and friends remember Dee WhighamA special gathering was held at Bonita Lakes for a transgendered woman who was murdered last week on the coast.
- Treasurer Fitch, Gov. Bryant speak on budget balance initiativeAt the top of issues discussed on the last day of political speaking at the Neshoba Co. fair was the state's budget shortfall and how it could be prevented.
- Jeb Stuart, injured friends remembered in prayerA prayer service was held at Founders Square at the Neshoba County Fair Thursday in memory of Jeb Stuart, who died in a wreck early Wednesday morning after leaving the fair.
- Bryant, Gunn defend religious objections law at NCFGov. Phil Bryant and House Speaker Philip Gunn defended Mississippi's religious objections law Thursday in speeches at the Neshoba County Fair.