The first of this week's batch of Cool Relatable Celebs Lip Syncing on Television has arrived, and this time around, fans have got Michael Strahan channeling his best Bell Biv DeVoe by performing "Poison" on Lip Sync Battle -- with help from some special guests.
D'Angelo is hitting the road this summer for the U.S. leg of his Second Coming tour alongside his band The Vanguard. The long-dormant R&B singer is supporting his latest album Black Messiah with 14 live dates across the country, following a sold-out series of shows in Europe and New York City.
n the Jay Ahn-directed video for "Eternal Sunshine" Jhene Aiko not only musters up courage, but also shares it with the world when she narrates the story of when she and her family were in car crash, and when she lost her younger brother, Miyagi Hasani Ayo Chilombo, to cancer.
You didn't really expect a Q&A involving the five living members of Monty Python to go off as planned, did you? The British comedy troupe assembled onstage at the Beacon Theatre on Friday night (April 24) after a packed Tribeca Film Festival screening of their 40-year-old classic "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and showcased their particular brand of silliness.
After tweeting her support for Bruce Jenner during his 20/20 special Friday night where the former Olympian came out as transgender, Kim Kardashian gave a pre-taped interview with Matt Lauer that aired Monday morning on Today.
Refused is back, and this time, it’s for real. Three years after a fleeting Coachella reunion and 17 years since the release of their career-defining album 'The Shape of Punk to Come,' the Swedish punks have reformed, with plans for a new studio album.
Fifth Harmony will welcome Natalie La Rose on the road with them this summer as part of their Reflection tour, and at the Radio Disney Music Awards this weekend, the girl group were joined by the “Somebody” singer for an energetic mash-up.
There's really no template for Reba McEntire to follow at this point. She's a star of a certain age -- 60, if you can believe it -- who's in the Country Music Hall of Fame but still has the drive to make radio-relevant music at a time when country airwaves skew spring break-ish.
Atop this year's Sunday Times rich list is Warner Music Group owner Len Blavatnik, who jumped from No. 4 to No. 1 in one year's time after increasing his worth from $4.8 billion in 2014 to an estimated $20 billion.