Star Scoop: Beyonce Announces World Tour, Justin Timberlake Debuts New Music, Rihanna on Grammys Bill


Beyoncé has taken to running the world in royal fashion. Post Superbowl Sunday halftime show, the “Crazy In Love” singer unveiled her latest 2013 takeover move: a world tour. The Mrs. Carter Show, to be exact. [CNN]

While Jay-Z's better half was prepping to tear down the Superdome with help from Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, the Brooklyn rapper took to the stage for Justin Timberlake's unofficial comeback concert. Hov joined Timberlake on stage at the DIRECTV Super Saturday Night show for a live performance of their smash hit, “Suit & Tie.” And as a special treat, Timberlake debuted new music from his 20/20 Experience album, including “That Girl,” and “Pusher Love Girl.” [Huffington Post]

The Grammys are setting audiences up for a triple threat that will top anything that the Recording Academy's annual ceremony has seen in years. Rihanna, Bruno Mars, and Sting are all taking the stage for a joint performance. We can picture Mars and Sting singing along to the “Unapologetic” stunner's raunchy “Pour It Up” now. Kelly Clarkson, Frank Ocean, and Alicia Keys will also perform at the February 10th show. [Fox News]

Reunited and it feels so good…” This summer will mark the return of Pete Wentz and Fall Out Boy! The band is back together again and will release their first single in three years, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).” The track will be featured on their new album Save Rock and Roll on May 6. And that's not it — Wentz and company will be kicking off the Save Rock and Roll tour on May 14th. [People]

Fast cars, slick mouths, exploding planes, and the return of Letty could mean only one thing: Fast & Furious 6 has arrived. The speed-racing film franchise premiered the official trailer from its latest installment to hundreds of millions during SuperBowl Sunday, and it did not disappoint! With Vin Diesel and Paul Walker reprising their roles alongside Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, and DwayneThe Rock” Johnson, this is set to be the series' biggest blockbuster yet. [Us Magazine]