It seems that nothing can or will ever stop Beyoncé, nothing that is, except love. During a “Formation World Tour” stop in St. Louis, the singer stopped the show to allow choreographer John Silver to propose to the captain of the Formation dance crew, Ashely Everett. As TMZ reported, Silver told the crowd, “what better time than now to express my love in front of thousands of people?”, before dropping to one knee. Everett wrote an Instagram post the next day featuring a montage of the moment . Of course, the crowd went wild and Beyoncé marched over to congratulate the happy couple. Usher has made fans wait nearly four years for his eighth studio effort, “Hard To Love”, so one would think that a few more days wouldn’t be a big deal. But, since he’s a man of the people, he gave fans a treat be releasing the project three days early as of midnight today on Tidal. Fans have already heard a few singles from the follow up to 2012’s “Looking 4 Myself”, such as “No Limit”, a collaboration with Young Thug as well as “Crash”, “Missing You” and “Champions.” Fans can now hear “Bump”, “Tell Me”, “FWM”, “Let Me” and the ballads “Downtime” and “Mind Of A Man.” Tidal subscribers can hear entire tracks while visitors can hear previews of all 15 tracks. On Sunday, Spike TV’s “Lip Sync Battle” went live for the first time where some of the show’s most popular and memorable past performers returned for another chance at glory and at the coveted Lip Sync Battle championship belt. Singer John Legend went all out by bringing in Stevie Wonder, announcer Stephen Merchant, and puppets for one of the evening’s most epic syncs of Outkast’s 2003 hit “Hey Ya”. Legend included a green set with backup singers and dancer, and even sported a straight bob wig, suspenders and a mole to look as much like Andre 3000 as he could. He went up against actor Terry Crews, who lip synced Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power” with impersonators of Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump behind him. Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps rapped along to Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” while Olivia Munn performed Sia’s “Cheap Thrills” with the help of Olympic gymnasts Simone Biles and Aly Raisman. The third season of “lip Sync Battle” airs on Wednesday, October 12, at 9:00 p.m.