'Tis the season to marathon endless holiday movies! As much as we love the classics, we can't help but want more, more, more! So, we've come up with some could-be holiday movie remakes -- starring some of our favorite celebs -- that we'd love to add to our Christmas wish list...
The Forbes Hip-Hop Cash Kings List each year takes a look at the elite group of artists that earn the distinguish of being the highest earners in the genre. This year, the winner that came out on top was Dr. Dre, who easily beat second place finisher Jay Z by a whopping $560 million!
Yikes! Macklemore had some fans in an uproar after he donned a controversial costume while performing in Seattle over the weekend, wearing a black wig, beard and fake nose that many interpreted as a hurtful caricature of a longstanding Jewish stereotype.
You may not know his name, but if you're on the Internet (and we know you are because you're reading this), you've likely seen some of Vincent Marcus' videos. Thanks to his dead-on impressions and jaw-dropping beatboxing skills, the Texas native has earned Internet fame and currently has more than 1.8 million followers on the video-sharing app Vine.
Just try to imagine it: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performing at your wedding, alongside Mary Lambert and Madonna (!). Superstars like Beyonce and Paul McCartney crying tears of joy watching you get married. Celebs like Anna Kendrick snapping shots of you while you say your vows, repeating the words after officiant Queen Latifah.
Wow. Just wow.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis didn't just perform 'Same Love,' their commanding and potent song about same-sex equality, at the 2014 Grammy Awards (Jan. 26). The Seattle rap duo had couples of all ages, races and orientations get married on their cathedral-like stage during the performance.