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Bonnie Says: Beyoncé and Jay Z, make marriage counseling, not your careers, your priority

Beyoncé and Jay Z, let me ask you this: Do you think that your little daughter, Blue Ivy, 2, cares how much money is in your respective bank accounts? Do you honestly think that Blue Ivy cares that you're "a brand?" And that you have a boatload of fans? I don't think so. But I do think she cares very much that the two people whom she loves most in the world -- her mommy and daddy -- are with her, and that they will cherish her and give her love and security -- together. It seems to me, Beyoncé and Jay Z, that if you're truly having serious marriage problems -- so serious, according to reports, that you're already living separately -- then you need to get into marriage counseling pronto and start to work as intently on your personal issues, as you do on your careers.-- Bonnie FullerBonnie Fuller is president and editor-in-chief of and the former editor of Star, Us Weekly, Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazines.Love for Minaj's new music

Nicki Minaj and Drake go way back, both personally and professionally, and they've always been huge fans of each other's work. So it's no surprise that Drake, 27, showed his support for Minaj, 31, by stopping by her studio to listen to her new beats. It sounds like he liked what he heard. We are so pumped to hear more of Minaj's new sound, and we love that Drake is her No. 1 fan! It sounds like we have a lot to look forward to.

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