Opening the show was Rihanna who killed her performance with fellow pop star Britney Spears. The duo sung their number on single, the remix of "S&M". While Rihanna has continued to sound better and better live, we were a bit disappointed with Brit who obviously lip sung her part. She usually has a backing track, but actually does some live singing. Either way they looked hot in barely there outfits, Rihanna in white and Britney in black. Speaking of which, every performer wore black and/or white. Check it out below!
This Saturday SNL had it's season finale and host Justin Timberlake was accompanied by performer Lady Gaga. Below you can catch her perform and raw performance of "Edge Of Glory", which transitioned into her latest single "Judas". At the close of the show, she hit the stage again for a performance of "Born This Way". Thoughts???
Nicki Minaj has made it a habit to give an audience member a lap dance during her set, on her tour with Lil' Wayne. Below you can catch a video of her selection process, and the actual lappy. Which we will say was totally cheap. She took more time finding candidates then actually grinding on the winner. I will say though, she does like copping feels...LOL!
While on tour, Lady Gaga not only fell, but appears to have hit her head on her piano during her set. But being the entertainer she is, she just got right back up and kept on doing her thing. Not that it makes the video any less funny. Check it out below!
Former Floetry member, and singer Marsha Ambrosius took to Good Morning America to perform the title track off of her Late Nights & Early Mornings album' as well as her follow up single, "Far Away". Not only did she kill it, but her album did enter the Billboard 200 at No.2! New body, new music, and new success...get it homegirl! Catch the songbird do her thing below!
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