Singer/actress KeKe Palmer visited “The Wendy Williams Show” to discuss her lawsuit against Trey Songz and her new book, “I Don’t Belong To You.” During the interview, Palmer revealed a lot, including the fact that the suit against Songz has been resolved. Regarding her book, Palmer revealed that she was sexually abused by an older female cousin. She added that child on child abuse is real. She went on to say that she’s open to loving whomever loves her, regardless of gender. Needless to say, the conversation was an interesting one. With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, singer/songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to deliver some loving feelings. The Grammy nominated crooner took the stage with his band to perform the single “Love Inside” for both the studio and viewing audience Sporting an embroidered denim ensemble, BJ opened his set on the drums before taking the mic to show off his vocal skills. The Chicago native released his debut album “In My Mind” last year, which has received 3 Grammy nominations, including Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B Album. Good luck to him. Could Beyoncé be preparing another surprise? Multiple sources have confirmed with “Entertainment Tonight” that Queen Bey will perform at the Grammys  on Feb 12. Insiders say that she was seen rehearsing at a secret Los Angeles location, complete with a glam squad, camera crew and her dancers. Neither the Grammys nor Beyoncé have commented publicly and some believe it’s intended to be a surprise. When asked about her performance, Grammy  executive producer Ken Ehrlich just offered  a coy shrug, so there’s no word on the performance. After collaborating with The Game, Chance The Rapper and Big Sean, singer Jeremih is back in the saddle. Yesterday, the singer released his latest single “I Think Of You”, which features Big Sean and Chris Brown and is taken from his new album “Later That Night.” “I Think Of You” is an ode to Montel Jordan’s hit “Get It On Tonite.” On wax, Jeremih leaves no stone unturned regarding attracting the attention of the object of his desire. While both  Jeremih and Chris Brown deliver smooth vocals, Big Sean delivers indelible bars of his own. “Later That Night” is the follow up to Jeremih’s 2015 effort “Late Nights: The Album.”