CBS is expanding its relationship with writer Paul Downs Colaizzo. The scribe, who last season saw medical drama LFE go to pilot, has sold a pair of dramas to the network -- including a Ryan Seacrest- and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges-produced marching band entry.
Well, that didn't take long. After launching its alpha version this past Saturday following months of hand-writing by rights holders, Aurous developer Andrew Sampson -- who spoke to Billboard just yesterday -- has a lawsuit on his hands.
Selena Gomez joins the Pop Shop Podcast and plays our famed fishbowl Q&A game. Plus: A discussion about Janet Jackson’s No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart with "Unbreakable" and how Drake might soon top the Billboard Hot 100 with “Hotline Bling.”
On last nights (Oct. 12) episode of The Voice, the audience was treated to more than just the premiere of the Battle Rounds. Judge Adam Levine also debuted his new hair -- or lack thereof. The 36 year old singer showed up to set with a bald head.
Eddie Murphy decided not to play Bill Cosby when he returned to Saturday Night Live for its 40th anniversary episode earlier this year. He explained his decision not to reprise his Cosby impression in an interview with The Washington Post.
Entertainer Flavor Flav has settled criminal charges stemming from a traffic stop in suburban New York while racing to his mother's funeral, but his legal headaches are not quite over. Flav, whose real name is William Drayton Jr., pleaded guilty in Nassau Criminal Court on Tuesday to one count of unlicensed aggravated operation of a motor vehicle.
Wednesday is the deadline for SFX Entertainment to accept bids from third parties on parts of the EDM roll-up or the entire company. It's difficult to pick one outcome from a range of likely scenarios.
DNCE, the electro-pop band fronted by Joe Jonas, released a teaser trailer for their debut single "Cake by the Ocean" on Tuesday (Oct. 13), and the video features bikini-clad women on the beach pelting each other with cake while men in Speedos cheer them on. Because how else would they tie together the title and the video?
Lea Michele is an old pro at acting scared, but when it comes to actual screaming? Not for her. The Scream Queens star told Women's Health that she -- as well as co-star Ariana Grande -- recorded their terrified screams in a vocal booth, and on the show it is added in later.
It's that time of the year again when angels walk among us. Well, not among us but on a runway. The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will return to screens in December. Even with several months to go, the show has already begun the hype by releasing the musical line-up for the 2015 edition.
The name Solomun is synonymous with deeply emotional dance music and transcendent DJ sets. His long-winded performances -- known for their engrossing, story-like arc -- are matched in quality only by his acclaimed studio creations.
Sandy Beales has gained a significant social media following thanks to working with One Direction as their bassist. But now, the shadowed guitarist is making noticeable strides to mark himself as a solo artist.
Carrie Brownstein’s forthcoming autobiography is shaping up to be a must-read. As we get ready to hear tales of her journey from Sleater-Kinney to "Portlandia" and back, we've been treated to a poignant excerpt, revealing what excellent storytelling we have in store.
Culinary wiz and Food Network Star Rachael Ray curated a Takeover Tuesdays playlist for us, and the result is a pop-rock, folksy mix inspired by past musical performances at Ray's very own "Feedback" event. Who's booked for this year's? Read on in Rachael's own words.