Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!
Channing Tatum Slays His Wife Jenna In Lip Sync Battle, With Assistance From Beyonce
Channing Tatum knows how to bring it - and his wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum knows that even more after their stint on Lip Sync Battle. Channing not only showed up as Elsa from Frozen, but the biggest rumor was that the Queen Bey, Beyonce herself, was going to show up. Well, she did - and with a wig-ladden, bra'd up Channing, they performed "Run The World (Girls)."
Meghan Trainor and James Corden Parody "All About That Bass" About Resolutions
Drinking, Working Out, and not Drunk Dialing exes, Meghan and James rock it - in Meg's signature "All About That Bass" clothing.
Beyonce Will Join Coldplay At The Super Bowl Half Time Show
After laying backround vocals for one of Coldplay's new songs off of A Head Full Of Dreams, it's been basically confirmed that Beyonce will join Chris Martin and the rest of the crew at this year's Super Bowl Halftime Show. She has performed twice at a Super Bowl, last in 2013, and according to E!, "Beyoncé has been in the talks to perform for sometime but it was all top secret," and "Beyoncé is very excited to be at this years big Super Bowl. She can't wait." They will most likely perform "Hymn For The Weekend" together as well.
Kylie Jenner Teases New LipKit Colors, Shares Picture In Black And White To Be Annoying
KYLIE! We want to see the colors! Please tell me they aren't all shades of brown! Kylie Jenner got some backlash when releasing her LipKit colors, mostly because they were in shades that a normal person with an every day life wouldn't wear. Let's hope she does something a little more neutral, some pinks, and maybe a burgundy/red shade. Of course, she shared a photo of it, in black and white - so you couldn't see what she was testing. Well played, littlest Jenner... Well played.
Jodie Sweetin Opens Up About Sobriety, And What Full House Means To Her
The middle child of the Tanner family had once shared in a memoir that "Life isn't like a Full House episode," according to Nylon, but she told People Magazine that she's "filled with gratitude" after kicking her crystal meth addiction. After 5 years sobriety, People says that she will be reprising talking to students on college campuses about her struggles, and hoping to be a mentor for them. "It's a story with a message of second chances and turning things around and being able to overcome some adversity," she told People. We can't wait for Fuller House to begin on Netflix!
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