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.
Featuring music and lyrics by Gary Barlow (Take That) and Eliot Kennedy, the album is a unique approach to the typical “cast album” (though an official one will be released separately, featuring vocals from Kelsey Grammer, Laura Michelle Kelly and “Glee”’s Morrison, who will co-star).
Shawn Mendes continues to preview his April debut album Handwritten with heartfelt music videos: following the black-and-white clip for “A Little Too Much,” the 16-year-old Canadian has unveiled the visual for the whistle-happy acoustic track “Never Be Alone.”
2003 was a good year for Norah Jones. In addition to her debut album Come Away With Me topping the Billboard 200 chart, she took home eight Grammy Awards (including best new artist, album, song and record of the year).
Tori Kelly is this week's Pop Shop Podcast guest, and the promising pop singer-songwriter discusses her new single "Nobody Love," working with Max Martin and what fans can expect from her 2015 debut album.
From Azealia Banks to Papa John’s, Iggy Azalea has been involved in a lot of Internet beef lately. So she stopped by The Cruz Show on Power 106 Los Angeles to explain why she’s staying out of the social media scrum these days.