- Madonna Vogues All Over The Super Bowl With Nicki Minaj, M.I.A., LMFAO, And Cee Lo Green
- Neon Jungle Makes A lot Of Noise On Debut Single “Trouble”
- Beyoncé – Best Thing I Never Had Official Video
- One Direction Is Coming Back To The Big Screen This Fall With ‘Where We Are’ Concert Film
- Cher Lloyd “Want U Back” (US Version)
At just 16-years-old gymnast, Simone Biles is the United States’s newest all-around national champion. She impressed the crowd on Saturday (August 17) at the P&G Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Connecticut with her win over Olympic gold medalist Kyla Ross (Silver) and Brenna Dowell (Bronze). The 2012 Olympic all-round gold medalist Gabrielle Douglas didn’t compete but offered her support for all the gymnast from the stands. Gabby became the first woman of color to win an individual all-around at the 2012 Olympics. Simone Biles is the first woman of color since Tasha Schwikert in 2002 to become the U.S. all-around national champion.