Life in Color, a production company that bills itself as the world’s largest paint party, will host the Guinness International Champion’s Cup Final halftime show on August 4 in Miami with Martin Garrix.
Weird Al Yankovic’s “eight videos in eight days” strategy paid off with a No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 as “Mandatory Fun” sold ??? copies in the week that ended July 19. It is Weird Al’s first No. 1 album in his 26-year recording career.
After more than 30 years on the charts, comedian-singer "Weird Al" Yankovic earns his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, as "Mandatory Fun" debuts atop the list. The album is the first comedy set to top the chart since 1963, and logs the largest sales week for a comedy album since 1994.
Plenty of the musical performances on last night's round of talk shows were worth another look -- beginning with a Jamaican artist making his U.S. television premiere. "The entire island of Jamaica is swelling with pride right now," Jimmy Fallon shouted as Chronixx took the stage to perform "Here Comes Trouble."
If you're sad that Weird Al's video parody blitzkrieg is over, look no further than "Saturday Night Live" cast member Jay Pharoah's reimagining of Usher's "Good Kisser." It's called -- wait for it -- "Bad Kisser."
Madonna's daughter Lourdes Leon, who goes by Lola, is a high school graduate. Lola -- proving that all teens are pretty much the same, Material Girl mother or not -- wrote a blog post to express herself and give people an update on her life.
Model and TV personality Peaches Geldof died from a heroin overdose after relapsing from a battle to give up the drug, a British coroner ruled Wednesday. Coroner Roger Hatch said 25-year-old Geldof took a fatal dose of high-purity heroin shortly before she was found dead at her home south of London on April 7.