One Direction gave fans a little treat ahead of their holiday special airing on NBC on Tuesday (Dec. 23). On Sunday (Dec. 21), the fivesome released a teaser, left on the cutting room floor, from their upcoming concert special, billed as One Direction: The TV Special, in which they perform their throwback ballad, "Little Things" off 2012's Take Me Home.
For nearly 30 years, Darlene Love has helped bring the holiday spirit to the "Late Show with David Letterman" by singing her classic song "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)." The tradition recently came to end, as Letterman preps for retirement in 2015.
Joining us in the guest editorial slot in the 615 is the impeccably talented Steve Wariner, who offers his opinion on why country music legend Dottie West should be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015.
With one tweet, Ariana Grande wore her (rebel) heart on her sleeve. The "Love Me Harder" singer couldn't contain her excitement on Saturday (Dec. 20) after Madonna released six new songs, including her new single "Living For Love," off her forthcoming Rebel Heart album.
On the same day Lupe Fiasco was asked about Iggy Azalea by a fan, Q-Tip took to Twitter on Saturday (Dec. 20) to also share his opinion of the female rapper who has faced her share of criticism this year about cultural misappropriation.
Another day and Iggy Azaela remains a hot-button issue. On Satuday (Dec. 20), just one day after the hacking group Anonymous threatened to release photos of the rapper from an X-rated tape, Lupe Fiasco has also been asked to weigh in on the rapper's place in the industry by a fan on social media.