Star Scoop: Rita Ora Gets Spoof-y, GOT Gets Cinematic, Migos Goes Mainstream

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We aren’t the only ones who’ve been stung by Beyoncé. RocNation artist Rita Ora took the camera into her own hands and recorded a spoof to the Queen’s “7/11.” Smack it, smack it, in the air. [YouTube]

Game of Thrones has gone cinematic. The HBO heavy hitter will become the first television series to screen across Imax theaters nationwide. From January 23—29, fans can visit 150 Imax hubs to watch the last two episodes of season four, and get an exclusive look at season five. Winter is coming... for reals. [Variety]

In 2013, they had us all hollering “Hannah Montana.” Now, Atlanta-based rap trio Migos is primed for mainstream appeal. With 1.7 million mixtape downloads, 49 million YouTube views, and 47 million Pandora plays per month under its belt, the group sat down with Vulture to talk Paris, their debut studio album, and being spontaneous in the booth. [Vulture]

If that Pro Era t-shirt you wanted goes out of stock, you have Malia Obamato thank. [New York Magazine]

This is what you call a comeback. Downton Abbey returned stateside to PBS Sunday night with 10.1 million viewers. The season five stats nearly matched its season four debut and proves “that its American fanbase isn’t turning to illegal channels to catch episodes,” which air three months earlier in the UK. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Blake Shelton will work a double as host and performer on Saturday Night Live’s January 24 show. [Stereogum]

Drake, AC/DC, and Jack White will headline Coachella 2015. Wanna crash? [Glam Buzz]