The singer takes up office in the White House in the video for new single Positions.
From Gemma Collins Meeting A Polar Bear To Lewis Capaldi's Overshare – 10 Joyful Moments From This Week
Because we could all do with a few laughs right now.
It's a Christmas miracle... in October.
This week in entertainment, the announcement for the Strictly Come Dancing 2020 contestants came in one by one. We review Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande and the Miley Cyrus performances from this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Gaga performed a string of tracks from her chart-topping album Chromatica in a personalised face covering.
The Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels singer heaps praise on Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, and shines a light on a new "queer icon in the making".
'We Need To End This Nightmare Of A Presidency': John Legend Leads Celebs Tearing Into Trump After Latest Speech
Cardi B, film director Spike Lee and singer-songwriter Pink have all voiced their anger on social media.
The model and transgender activist has shared how Carly Rae Jepsen's music helped her through "the L'Oréal scandal".
This week in entertainment, Jade Thirlwall’s new series is poised to kick off on MTV, The Real Marigold Hotel provides comforting escapism during lockdown, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s new single is released and we look at the funniest clips of the week from Twitter and TikTok.
The pop stars came together for Rain on Me, which will appear on Gaga's sixth album, Chromatica.
Her duet with Justin Bieber, Stuck With U, debuted at the top of the US chart, despite a bit of drama.
However, she does appear to confirm her relationship with Dalton Gomez in the new video.
"It is incredibly dangerous and selfish to take this situation lightly," Ariana wrote on Instagram.
Ariana Grande's Ex-Fiancé Pete Davidson Hits Back At Her Comment That Their Relationship Was A 'Distraction'
In his new Netflix comedy special, Pete addresses remarks the Thank U, Next singer made about him in Vogue magazine.
The annual event celebrates the campaigners and allies who have made a positive impact on the LGBTQ community in the last year.
Including incredible red carpet moments, show-stopping performances and winners making history.
The Thank U, Next singer well and truly stole the show with her elaborate gown.
Lizzo and Ariana Grande brought full glamour to the ceremony, while Lil Nas X turned heads in a bright pink cowboy suit.
The rapper references the attack at Ariana Grande's 2017 concert on his new album Music To Get Murdered To.
Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Michael Bublé have all dared to cover Mariah's festive classic.