After recently suffering a major medical scare, Nicki Minaj said she realized other celebrities have probably died because they would rather try to manage on their own than call an ambulance and risk alerting the media.
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Nicki Minaj released the cover art for her brand new single “Anaconda” earlier today and the pretty-much-not-SFW bunbelievable pic had the rapper’s Anacondadonk trending on Twitter on pretty much every continent. (Some things simply do not need translating.)
Nicki Minaj has a message for ESPN photo editors: Step away from the airbrush. The Music Issue cover girl publicly criticized the magazine for making her forehead “mysteriously grow in length.”
Tell us how you really feel, Mariah! The former American Idol judge said she hated the experience, which she compared to working “in Hell with Satan.”
Nicki Minaj was less over-the-top and more elegant glamour at Saturday night’s The Herve Leger by Max Azria Spring 2014 Runway Show Collection.
Kmart made the official announcement back in January that they would be partnering with singer Nicki Minaj on a brand new line of fashion and accessories schedules to hit stores some time this year. Though “The Nicki Minaj Collection” is not available for purchase quite yet, Nicki posted some photos of herself modeling a few of the looks on instagram last week! Keep reading to see those photos as well as some preview pictures of models wearing lots more looks from the collection!
Mickey Boardman isn’t afraid to clash and tell! He spills on his experiences with “nutty” Mariah Carey, “not fun” Nicki Minaj, “pretty horrible” Ben Stiller and more!
Nicki Minaj calls her fans “Barbz” and they even have their own secret language. Barbz is a reference to all the Barbie doll imagery she uses in her branding, and the “z” is there for some extra sass. Nicki’s take on Barbie is empowered, and a little deranged. Nicki’s Barbie doll might literally bite your head off. This January she discussed this special language she shares with her Barbz with Jimmy Kimmel, but still manages to not decipher much of it.
Fox’s former flagship competition series American Idol continues sinking as both Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj announced today they are jumping ship and won’t be back next season. Keep reading for both of their announcements as well as the statements from Fox and Idol producers on both Mariah and Nicki’s departures. Now begins what the show seems to be all about now, which is a competition show for judges competing to judge a singing competition show.
Nicki Minaj signed on to be a judge for American Idol just before their current season began airing, joining fellow R&B diva Mariah Carey. The two personalities didn’t mesh well to say the least, and many fans feel that their non-stop feuding has taken away from the mission of the show — which is to find America’s top singer, not be a reality show about drama between the judges. With the show’s ratings at an all-time low, producers are feeling the pressure to make a change, and it appears that Nicki Minaj won’t be returning next season.