When it comes to instrumentation, it's hard to think of anyone more skilled -- especially in rock -- than Dave Grohl. But the Foo Fighters frontman had some serious competition on an episode of ABC's The Muppets.
Country heroes Little Big Town are getting some props from the pop sect during their CMT Artists of the Year special on Wednesday, with Adam Lambert and Leona Lewis teaming to perform the controversial hit "Girl Crush."
Adele has the opposite effect on toddlers: She makes them stop crying. Not only has her new album 25 broken loads of records, but its single "Hello" can quell even the loudest of tantrums. A mother posted a video of her son sobbing his eyes out only to completely forget why he was sad in the first place when he's handed a phone playing the "Hello" video.
Sia has become even more famous in her attempts to do the very opposite. The pop singer began wearing elaborate props and wigs to cover her face in public when she gained international recognition. Even during performances, the "Chandelier" singer keeps her face covered and is now known for the intense (and often celebrity supported) dance routines that accompany her shrouded self.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has selected fifteen feature documentaries that will go on to compete for the Academy Award. In a highly competitive year for documentary films — 124 films were submitted — the preliminary round of voting by members of the Academy's documentary branch singled out films that range from Asif Kapadia's Amy, a look at the late singer Amy Winehouse, to Evgeny Afineevsky's Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom, which takes viewers behind the lines of the Ukranian uprising in 2013-2014.
Not a Valentine's day goes by without someone you know singing Frank Williams "Hey, Good Lookin." It's been over sixty years since the legendary country star passed away but the world refuses to let go of him just yet. Despite a tumultuous personal life, Williams brought joy through his music so it only seemed fitting that he get the silver screen treatment.
Between serving trends on red carpets and tapping heavyweights like Babyface, Timbaland and Diane Warren for her upcoming album, Zendaya is her own MVP. As the cover star for Complex's Dec. 2015./ Jan. 2016 issue, the singer/actress/dancer gets candid about growing up bi-racial in Oakland and finding her identity solo.
Poll any group of Hollywood comedians and you'll hear the recurring gripes about smartphones and their dreaded byproduct, smartphone video: The glowing devices distract during performances; their well-honed material plummets in street value once posted to YouTube; and, in the case of more provocative comics, it renders them the target of an angry Twitter mob.
A cast member of the VH1 reality show "Love & Hip Hop" was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in federal prison for drug trafficking.Mendeecees Harris, 37, also agreed to forfeit the $171,000 he made from the television show, along with a 2011 Audi R8 sports car worth $111,000.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Billboard.com Pop Shop Podcast, Billboard's weekly half-hour audio breakdown of the Billboard charts, hottest music news and year's biggest musical events. Casual pop fans and chart junkies can hear Billboard co-director of charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard.com senior editor Katie Atkinson every Tuesday on the free Pop Shop Podcast, which can be streamed on Billboard.com or downloaded in iTunes (click here to listen to the previous episode on Billboard.com).
Fall Out Boy proved that Patrick Stump's vocals are the universal puzzle piece with Make America Psycho Again. The remixed album showed Stump can fit into any song, any style and still be at home. Last night, Jimmy Kimmel set out to establish that on national television with his finale Mashup Monday.