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A much-anticipated documentary about the late British singer hits cinemas next week amid a dispute between filmmakers and her father.
The "Diamonds" hitmaker is reportedly launching a new brand of leather and clothing goods, called $CHOOL KIlls.
Check in on Prince, Paris, and Blanket, six years after the King of Pop's tragic death.
The pair has taken the crown from Jay Z and Beyoncé.
The country star will once again welcome viewers to "Sunday Night Football" on NBC.
The rocker's first acoustic guitar has gone under the hammer at an auction in London for $28,500 - more than twice the guide price.
The "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" hitmaker had an operation on his thyroid gland to remove a growth and brought "the surgeon's knife within a fraction of an inch" from his vocal cords.
Beyoncé is returning to headline her husband Jay Z's Made In America festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in September, just two years after she last topped the bill.
The 22-year-old has been in a coma since January.
Pharrell has been meeting up with the "Someone Like You" singer to work on a new project, but she rarely stays in the studio for more than half an hour.
The "Thinking Out Loud" singer will be filmed as he performs in front of 90,000 fans at London's Wembley Stadium next month.
The "Ted 2" star performed with the New Kids On The Block for the first time in over 20 years.
Mayte Garcia is writing a revealing book about her life with the pop legend.
The singer is hoping to give out just enough personal information so you don't bother her for personal information.
Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger will undergo surgery, forcing the band to take a break from the road.
The rapper was ordered to complete 250 hours after pleading no contest to assault charges.
A cappella group Pentatonix will take you on an epic journey from the King of Pop's "I Want You Back" all the way to "You Are Not Alone," and everything in between.
What happens when grandma and grandpa go to a massive outdoor music festival?
"No Sleep" is the first track off her first album in seven years.
The "Don't Stop Believin'" hitmakers raised more than $1 million for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's education and outreach programs.