Simp­sons se­quel talks

Adele and Bey­oncé get nods

7 Days in Dubai - - CELEBRITY FIX -

Adele and Bey­oncé will go head to head at the MTV Video Mu­sic Awards 2016.

Come­back video Hello by 28-year-old Adele has been nom­i­nated along­side 34-yearold Bey­once’s equally amaz­ing For­ma­tion video in the top cat­e­gories ahead of this year’s cer­e­mony.

The pop princesses will bat­tle it out for the cov­eted Video Of The Year award as well as the gong for Best Fe­male Video and Best Pop Video. Mean­while, Bey­oncé leads

the pack with 11 nom­i­na­tions, in­clud­ing a nod for Best Chore­og­ra­phy and Best Cin­e­matog­ra­phy while her col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ken­drick La­mar on Freedom also earned her a nom­i­na­tion. And Adele didn’t come too far be­hind with seven nom­i­na­tions for her track Hello as well as an eighth for the mu­sic video for Send My Love To Your New Lover, which was nom­i­nated in the Best Vis­ual Ef­fects category. Kanye West’s con­tro­ver­sial Fa­mous video also re­ceived two nods for Video Of The Year and Best Male Video. Not one to be missed out, Justin Bieber also re­ceives a nod in the main cat­e­gories - Best Pop Video, Best Male Video and Best Break­through Long­form Video - for his song Sorry. The win­ners will be re­vealed at a star-stud­ded cer­e­mony at Madi­son Square Gar­den in New York on Au­gust 28. Am­ber Heard claims Johnny Depp is de­lay­ing their di­vorce. The Magic Mike XXL star has ac­cused her es­tranged hus­band of ob­struct­ing her re­quest to end their mar­riage by in­sist­ing she signs a non-dis­clo­sure agree­ment be­fore he sub­mits any doc­u­ments about his fi­nan­cial sta­tus. In doc­u­ments ob­tained by TMZ, Heard’s le­gal team claim Depp is de­lib­er­ately try­ing to stop the di­vorce from go­ing ahead quickly and qui­etly af­ter he told the 30-year-old ac­tress there would be a $100,000 fine for ev­ery time any fi­nan­cial in­for­ma­tion was leaked. The Simp­sons Movie may get a se­quel. Screen­writer and pro­ducer Al Jean has re­vealed the team be­hind the an­i­mated com­edy have talked about the pos­si­bil­ity of a fol­lowup to the 2007 film. Speak­ing at San Diego Comic-Con, he ex­plained: “We talk about it, but if we do it, we only want to do it if it’s go­ing to be re­ally good. “We would never do it just to cash in, so if it comes out, it’s be­cause we be­lieve in it.”

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