Missing backup dancer, Shirlene Quigley, who previously performed with Beyoncé, Rihanna and Missy Elliott, has been found safe.
Law enforcement tells TMZ she was found somewhere in New Jersey and is receiving medical treatment at an undisclosed medical facility. Police are not revealing the type of treatment, but are saying she is okay.
Today marks 15 years since Aaliyah passed away, and many fans still keep her music in heavy rotation. In her memory, celebs and fans took to social media with posts. Beyoncé, Missy Elliott and Timbaland paid tribute on Instagram and Twitter.
Bey shared a clip of her and Aaliyah sharing a moment on the red carpet at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards, while Missy posed in front of a mural featuring the late singer, and Timbo posted a throwback photo of her in Tommy Hilfiger gear.
This week, Chance the Rapper shared a video on Twitter that showed him rapping over the instrumental for Monica‘s 2003 hit, “So Gone” – firing up the #SoGoneChallenge.
The Chi-Town MC drops a freestyle about his girl being the baddest, “She complain about the baby weight, but I ain’t panicked,” he raps – and also mentions how he sprained his ankle trying to stick her in basketball.
After getting a sneak peek of First Lady Michelle Obama‘s segment on Carpool Karaoke, you can now check it out in full.
In addition to Beyoncé‘s “Single Ladies,” she and host James Corden sing to Stevie Wonder‘s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” chat about what she’ll miss about the White House, and the first lady also explains that one of the reasons she joined Snapchat is to help with her girls’ education initiative.
With VH1’s Hip Hop Honors making its grand return next month after a six year hiatus, the network has began to unveil the trailblazing women set to be celebrated. Missy Elliott and Queen Latifah are two of the honorees.
Missy will be honored for the success she’s achieved and maintained over three decades. The rap powerhouse has six albums and five Grammy Awards to her name, has sold more than 30 million records in the United States and has a host of hits, which include “Get Ur Freak On,” “One Minute Man” and “Work It.”
Following the release of her new girl power anthem, “This Is For My Girls,” First Lady Michelle Obama called on Missy Elliott and Queen Latifah, to join her for her special SXSW keynote presentation on Wednesday. The powerhouse group of women brought forth their years of experience for a conversation on one’s passion, music, and the importance of girls’ education everywhere.
According to Billboard, Queen Latifah opened the discussion; asking the group about a pivotal moment that inspired them to take action.
Ciara had the pleasure of presenting Missy Elliott with the Innovator Award at the 2015 Billboard Women in Music luncheon.
CiCi shared a photo, of her and “WTF” singer all smiles, writing: “This Goes Down As One Of The Coolest Moments Of My Life! Giving My Friend and Sister @missymisdemeanorelliott The @Billboard Innovator Award!! Love You So Much Miss! So Proud Of You!!”