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Beyonce and Jay Z announced that she's expecting twins. Her Instagram post read: "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters." Accompanying the caption was a photo of Beyonce wearing only a bra, underwear, and veil, leaving her growing baby bump exposed. There was speculation last week Beyonce was pregnant again after she appeared to have a bump in a new promo video for her Ivy Park clothing line. But the clip was deleted quickly, and a rep never responded to requests for comment. Beyonce and Jay Z's daughter Blue Ivy turned 5 last month. Beyonce is still scheduled to headline Coachella in April. But what Beyonce should really be proud of is that she surpassed Selena Gomez as the most liked post on Instagram. Congrats on that, Bey. Really, congrats.

Bruno Mars appears to be in talks to spearhead a Prince tribute at the Grammys. Billboard reports that if it happens it could be with Prince's Minneapolis homeboys The Time as his backing group. The magazine also notes that no one has confirmed that this will actually take place and that reps from the Grammys and Mars' label have declined their request for a comment. The Grammys will be live on CBon Sunday, February 17 and James Corden will host.

Tamron Hall will leave NBC News and MSNBC when her contract expires at the end of this month, but has already made her last on-air appearance. NBC executives reportedly informed Tamron and the "Today Show" staff last week that the 9 a.m. hour was being canceled to make room for a new program led by NBC’s new anchor, former Fox News host Megyn Kelly. Hall’s last day on air for the networks was Tuesday.

On Steve Harvey's show, "Scream Queens" actress Keke Palmer shared her frustration with the ending of "Titanic" and how she still holds Kate Winslet responsible. WARNING: Spoiler Alert!! Ha!

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