Jay Z was ferociously assaulted by Beyonce's sister Solange inside an elevator in New York last Monday. Surveillance video obtained by TMZ shows Solange wildly kicking and swinging at Jay while the two were in an elevator along with Bey at a Met Ball after-party. The video shows Jay, Bey and Solange stepping into an elevator at the Standard Hotel, at which point Solange starts screaming at her brother-in-law and physically unleashing on him. It's unclear what triggered the fight, but other footage shows that when the three left the party, Bey and Solange got into one car while Jay drove off in a different one.
Beyonce Instagrammed: "Lord, I lift up every one of my relationships to You and ask You to bless them. I pray that each one would be glorifying to you. Help me to choose my friends wisely so I won't be led astray. Give me discernment and strength to separate myself from anyone who is not a good influence. I release all my relationships to You and pray that Your will be done in each of them."
During his interview on Oprah's Master Class, Justin Timberlake opened up about his decision to leave 'N Sync during the boy band's heyday, calling it "one of the best/ worst things that I have ever done." The singer-actor admits, "It was bittersweet. It was hard to say goodbye to that era, but I felt it changing. I felt music changing. And I felt myself changing." He also recalls that people hated his first single "SexyBack," which went on to become a huge hit. "People thought it was a joke," he said. "I believed in it and I believed in what it made other people do. You learn to trust your gut. I only have my instinct, which is a powerful thing."
Coldplay’s new album Ghost Stories is now available for streaming on iTunes, one week before it’s release date, Rolling Stone reports. The band’s sixth studio album contains nine new songs, including single “Magic,” as well as chilling tracks “Oceans” and “Midnight.” Also in anticipation of the album's release, NBC will air an hour-long primetime special blending live footage with "360-degree imagery" on Sunday, May 18. The deluxe edition of the album, available at Target next week, will feature three bonus tracks: "All Your Friends," "Ghost Story" and "O (Part 2/Reprise).”
That Awkward Moment, Her, I, Special ID, Frankenstein and Daddy's Little Girl are all out on DVD today
Celebrity Wife Swap on ABC (Model Angie Everhart switches places with TV personality Gina Neely)
The Goldbergs on ABC (When Murray's high school free throw record is broken, he attends a banquet as the guest of honor; Barry decides to throw a party)
NCIS on CBS (The team investigates a fire on a U.S. Navy ship that was a secret detention site for indicted terrorists; Gibbs goes to his childhood home after his father's passing)
NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (The team discovers the cartel's plan to transport cocaine to the U.S. from Colombia using a submarine; Hetty must go to Washington)
The Voice on NBC (The artists moving on to the final rounds are revealed; Rascal Flatts performs; Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee and Will Champlin perform)
Chicago Fire on NBC (A fire at a boarding school shakes up Lt. Severide; Lt. Casey tries to help Dawson; Mills looks into his father's past)
Glee on Fox (A famous TV writer's (Kristen Schaal) eccentric personality throws Rachel for a loop; Mercedes and Sam deal with pressure as their careers take off; Blaine has his showcase with June (Shirley MacLaine).
Riot on Fox (Actors Steve Carell and Andy Buckley take part in unpredictable challenges)
Freakshow on AMC (Todd brings in people from around the world for a tattoo event; Creature considers a place to live)
Deadliest Catch on Discovery (The King fleet heads toward the finish line; the Wizard's strategy wavers on the wrong side of the law)
Fargo on FX (Lester has a close call; Molly makes an unorthodox decision; Gus weighs some neighborly advice; Malvo gets what he wants)
True Tori on Lifetime (Tori decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story)
19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Jill and Jim Bob make the most of their trip. Jill volunteers at a birth center and Derick takes Jim Bob for a Nepali shave. Derick has a surprise for Jill)
David Letterman: Jim Parsons, Julie Chen, Hozier
Jimmy Fallon: Dolly Parton, Taylor Kitsch
Craig Ferguson: Billy Gardell, Lennon Parham, James Galea
Seth Meyers: Will Forte, Michael Symon
Carson Daly: John Slattery, Night Terrors of 1927, Cristela Alonzo
Daily Show: Ron Suskind
Colbert Report: The Black Keys
At Midnight: Mike Phirman, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Mamrie Hart
Chelsea Lately: Sandra Oh, Ben Gleib, Loni Love, Moshe Kasher
Conan O'Brien: Lisa Kudrow, George R.R. Martin, Wild Cub
Watch What Happens Live: Ramona Singer, Casey Wilson
Arsenio Hall: Carl Reiner, Oveous Maximus, Jermaine Dupri