Simpsons sequel talks
Adele and Beyoncé get nods
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.”