Stop whatever you're doing and dance to Beyoncé's new video
Then, see how Miley Cyrus celebrated her 22nd birthday and Katy Perry's ace response to some unsavoury stalkers
Beyoncé's 7/11 video: this be us every Saturday night
Admit it – there's nothing more fun than dancing around your room in your underwear and creating a big ol' mess. Beyoncé clearly thinks so too, as she shows us in her new video for '7/11' – a dancing, jumping, spinning, jammin' extravaganza starring Queen Bey, her posse of girl friends and a cameo of Blue Ivy. The only inspiration you'll ever need for a girl's night out (or in).
Miley's 22nd birthday celebrations are exactly what you'd expect
You get away with a lot when you're in your twenties. You get away with even more if you're Miley Cyrus. So of course she celebrated her birthday on Saturday night in the only way Miley Cyrus would celebrate a birthday, ushering in her 22nd year with close friends and new beau Patrick Schwarzenegger at the Metropolitan nightclub in West Hollywood with a Happyland-themed party. What does that mean exactly? Blow-up dolls, a mechanical oversized dildo, giant pizza-shaped cake, marijuana leaves, face paint, neon everything and Miley dancing topless. Did you expect anything less?
Katy Perry gives the paparazzi a taste of their own medicine
Katy Perry's Sydney leg of her Prismatic World Tour has not gone well after she was 'stalked' for pictures by "many grown men" from the Australian media, who followed her around a beach and refused her requests "to let me have my space". So Katy's turned the tables on the Australian paparazzi, shaming them in a series of very clearly worded, clearly mad tweets. You show 'em, girl.
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE STALKERS: pic.twitter.com/1JtHSIVuqc— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) November 22, 2014
Remember AUS anyone printing or posting unauthorized photos of me in a bikini from these DISGUSTING/PERVERTED OLD MEN is AGAINST my will!— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) November 23, 2014
Bill Cosby breaks his silence on sexual assault allegations
In an interview with Florida Today last Friday, Bill Cosby finally responded to the recent spate of sexual assault allegations against him and explained his silence so far: "I know people are tired of me not saying anything, but a guy doesn't have to answer to innuendos. People should fact check. People shouldn't have to go through that and shouldn't answer to innuendos."
Bill's lawyer Marty Singer had issued a statement responding to the accusations more than a week ago, but released another one on Friday to ABC news which said: "This situation is an unprecedented example of the media’s breakneck rush to run stories without any corroboration or adherence to traditional journalistic standards. Over and over again, we have refuted these new unsubstantiated stories with documentary evidence, only to have a new uncorroborated story crop up out of the woodwork. When will it end?"