Alex Jones goes off on the way the CIA uses media to brainwash the masses, especially young children.
In a video for “Hold up,” the controversial star – whom Obama once labeled a great “role model” for children – destroys businesses, smashes car windows and sets off explosions as kids cheer on in support.
The music star has previously been accused of using her songs, videos and performances as veiled encouragements of unlawful violence, with many asserting her latest super bowl half time show purposely portrayed police in a negative light.
Earlier this year, several law enforcement entities called on agencies across the country to boycott the star following release of the video for her song “Formation,” which some have called a “black power anthem and call to arms,” and its subsequent performance featuring militant Black Panthers at Super Bowl 50.
Beyonce made headlines during her Black Panther inspired Super Bowl 50 halftime performance.
Everything that could be said about the choice of Coldplay to headline the halftime show at Super Bowl 50 was said by the band members themselves Sunday evening — not with their mouths, but with their outfits.
All around the stage at the center of the Levi’s Stadium field, there were bold colors: In the crowd, fans held up blue, orange, red and yellow cards that formed a sunburst. Violinists and cellists from Youth Orchestra L.A. were dressed in matching baby-blue-and-red Windbreakers, clutching instruments painted green and blue and purple and white. Dancers held up floral umbrellas. Even the stage was a kaleidoscope of pastel nature fantasies.
The members of Coldplay? They wore gray, slate blue, musky brown, dusty black. Visually, it made them the void at the center of a riot of exuberance. Such was the case musically as well: Coldplay was the center of the show but functioned more as a stagehand than an actual performer, making sure things were properly aligned so that the night’s true event could go off without a hitch.
Beyoncé has received criticism for her role in Coldplay’s new music video for ‘Hymn For the Weekend’, the second single from the band’s new album A Head Full of Dreams, with some questioning as to whether her appearance constitutes cultural appropriation.
The video, directed by Ben Mor, sees the artist dressed in traditional Desi adornment while playing the role of a Bollywood actress, as Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin attends a local cinema to watch her latest production.
Coldplay will have a very high-profile guest star at the Super Bowl.
Pepsi confirms to Entertainment Tonight that Queen Bey herself, Beyonce, will join the band on-stage during their performance at the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show on Feb. 7. Presumably, the group will deliver a live rendition of“Hymn for the Weekend,” which is featured on their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, and features vocals from Bey.
We have to hand it to Beyonce — we honestly don’t know how she managed to keep her assets in place, as she was an inch away from a wardrobe malfunction. The “Diva” singer wowed in a her plunging draped black silk dress by Michael Costello, which was as elegant as it was revealing. The slinky dress featured a daring low-cut neckline that barely contained her ample cleavage, as well as a sexy thigh-high split.
Are Jay Z, 45, and Beyonce, 34, about to announce their divorce? Hollywood’s power couple have been fronting for the cameras, according to InTouch and Bey is said to be “sick” of it. No more pretending to be happy for appearances sake, the couple have decided to end their 7-year-marriage. But what was the final star for the “Drunk In Love” duo?
Every single year, the MTV Video Music Awards feature memorable performances. Over the course of 31 years, some of our favorite artists have hit the stage to perform on one of music’s biggest nights. From Beyonce’s incredible 15-song medley in 2014 to the ‘NSYNC reunion toMiley Cyrus twerking on Robin Thicke during “Blurred Lines,” HollywoodLife.com has come up with the 10 most memorable performances of all time!