The five-time Grammy winner announced Monday he’ll return with his “Million Dollar Piano” show to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas starting in September.
The punk pioneer and sonic provocateur returns to the Michigan town that spawned his band the Stooges to pay tribute to fallen band mate Ron Asheton in an ambitious, eclectic show in Ann Arbor. The Tuesday concert comes on the heels of a surprise appearance April 7 on “American Idol,” where the 63-year-old Pop sang “Real Wild Child,” writhed shirtless among enthusiastic contestants and shimmied up to host Jennifer Lopez.
Estelle returns with “Break My Heart,” featuring Rick Ross.
The wait is over! The full version of Beyoncé’s “Girls (Who Run the World)” has leaked.
Channeling the sound of its beloved ’80s catalog, Duran Duran returns to Adult Pop Songs after four years with “All You Need Is Now” (No. 38).
Eminem wins at Detroit Music Awards, Mariah Carey Involved in ‘X Factor,’ and more.
Charice returns to “Glee” tomorrow night (Apr. 19) to perform “All By Myself,” but any future involvement in the Fox show is up in the air.
Read our round-up of the best celeb tweets from Coachella 2011, many of which give love to Sunday headliner Kanye West and comedian Danny DeVito.
Blink-182 has pushed its European summer tour dates back to 2012 in order to finish work on its first album in eight years, the band announced today on its website.
Perry joins only Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga with four Pop Songs No. 1s from one album, while Gaga’s “Judas” bows at No. 30.