Grapevine: Eminem, Gwen Stefani team up for 'Southpaw'
Eminem, Gwen Stefani get in the 'Southpaw' ring
Eminem has enlisted the Weeknd, Gwen Stefani, Royce da 5'9" and more for the soundtrack to the upcoming boxing film "Southpaw," which is being released on his Shady Records. The set will feature "Kings Never Die," a new track by Eminem featuring Stefani; "Raw," a new song from Em and Royce's Bad Meets Evil; and Em's "Phenomenal," which was released earlier this month. Royce does triple duty on the set, also offering up new tracks from Slaughterhouse ("R.N.S.") and Phryme ("Mode," featuring Logic), while 50 Cent ("Drama Never Dies"), Denaun Porter ("This Corner") and the Weeknd ("Wicked Games") also are featured. The "Southpaw" soundtrack is due out July 24.
Fallon cancels taping after injury
Jimmy Fallon was forced to cancel a taping of "The Tonight Show" on Friday after injuring his hand earlier in the day, according to reports. Fallon reportedly injured his hand at his New York apartment Friday morning, but details on the injury are scarce. TMZ reports Fallon required surgery, but the host is expected to make a full recovery. "He's totally fine, but we'll be airing a repeat," a tweet from Fallon's "Tonight Show" account read. Fallon was seen hanging out at Scalinatella, a restaurant on New York's Upper East Side, after Thursday's taping, TMZ reports. He left around 9 p.m. and headed home.
Leto gives great gifts
Super normal dude Jared Leto gifted his "Suicide Squad" co-star Margot Robbie ("The Wolf of Wall Street") with a live rat, Leto's co-star, Adam Beach, tells E! Online. He wasn't finished: He also sent Will Smith a round of bullets and gave the rest of the cast a dead hog. "It blew our minds away," Beach said. "Then we realized that day, this is real." In "Suicide Squad," Leto plays the Joker, and one can assume the gifts to his castmates were given in character to show how deeply the Oscar winner was delving into his role. Either that or he's just cuckoo. "Suicide Squad," which also stars Scott Eastwood, Common and Ben Affleck, is due out in August 2016.
Beyonce and Jay Z are no longer music's richest couple. That honor goes to Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris, whose annual income tops $146 million, according to Forbes' list of music's power couples (ranked by yearly income). That drops Jay and Bey down to No. 2, with a paltry $110.5 million between them. Poor Blue Ivy.
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