Less than a week before her new album’s release, Kelly Clarkson spoke to Billboard about promoting music while being pregnant, adjusting to family life and performing around the world this year with a crib on her tour bus.
Twenty years after "Creep" ended its four-week run atop the Hot 100 in February 1995, the group's Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins spoke to Billboard about the personal situation that inspired "Creep," which chronicles a female who is sick of her boyfriend's cheating and decides to give him a taste of his own medicine.
Has Carly Rae Jepsen stumbled into another "Call Me Maybe"? The Canadian pop singer, now two-and-a-half years removed from the unlikely Hot 100 run of that smash hit, has returned with a hook that's just as instantly appealing -- and replaces the "Hey, I just met you/And this is crazy" with a really, really long list of "really's" (67 of them, to be specific).
From her punk-style teenage years on MTV's "The Osbournes" to her now-completed run on E!'s "Fashion Police," audiences have watched the reality star-turned-TV host embrace multiple hair hues, act and produce, sing, co-host a comedic fashion talk show and embrace being Kelly Osbourne.
Randy Jackson has worked with most of the best performers of the last 30 years -- a group that includes Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Bruce Springsteen, and Madonna. Right now, his focus is on the band North of Nine.
Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson play a game of cops and robbers in the wacky music video for their joint single "Trouble," resulting in a high-speed car chase that ends in a highly improbably dance collaboration.