With a $5 million decision hanging over the contestants’ heads, the pressure during the final “X Factor” performances was on for Josh, Chris and Melanie. Alanis Morissette, Avril Lavigne and R. Kelly were on set today, as each finalist took the stage with a celebrity musician for one of their two finale songs.
New releases from Young Jeezy and Common are set to make strong debuts.
An old-school hotline devoted to Hall & Oates has gone viral this week.
CoverGirl has discontinued (translation: yanked) a print advertisement of celebrity spokes-singer Taylor Swift following an investigation into alleged retouching.
How self-described “ukulele-ista, slapstick YouTube video creator and coffee house hermit” Jessica Frech made it to your TV set.
With the heartfelt, candid words that linger in between the verses of both Common and Drake, we’ll have you decide which rapper is “soft” when their lyrics are stacked up side-by-side below.
“It costs a lot of money, so we’re looking for investors,” the singer told TMZ Dec. 20, on releasing the ‘hip-hopera”s first installments since 2007.
It’s a non-linear fever dream with an earth-rattling ruckus, but Van Etten, standing eyes-closed in the center of an apocalyptic tornado, sings the listener to sleep.
Rebecca Black’s infamous “Friday” video has topped all other YouTube videos of 2011 with 180 million views. The site announced its most-viewed clips of the year Tuesday.
The singer took to Twitter after being dubbed a “n—abitch.”