The N.Y. Post reports this morning that Lorde got to meet Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett – probably most famous for the “Pine Tar Incident” against the New York Yankees, when umpires disallowed his home run back in July 1983 for using a tampered bat — the acknowledged muse behind the smash hit.
Ellie Goulding has had a halcyon 2014 so far, if you'll excuse the pun. With her song "Burn" dancing up the Hot 100 chart, huge cheers for her mainstage Coachella performance, and a show-stopping "Divergent" duet with Zedd at the MTV Movie Awards, her spring and summer are off to a great start.
Pharrell Williams' "Happy" leads the Billboard Hot 100 for an eighth week. Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran storms onto the chart at No. 15 with "Sing," which Williams co-wrote and co-produced. Upon its bow, Sheeran scores his highest Hot 100 rank yet.
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are engaged. "The View" co-host revealed on Wednesday's show that she and her New Kids on the Block boyfriend are set to tie the knot, unveiling a large, yellow sapphire.
After canceling last night's concert at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., Miley Cyrus is apparently still suffering from an allergic reaction to antibiotics. The singer tweeted from her hospital bed this morning that she is canceling tonight's Bangerz Tour stop at St. Louis' Scottrade Center.
Music that serves a purpose, storylines that don’t forget the past, and off-the-charts chemistry between a seemingly endless combination of characters in the group -- sometimes it’s shocking how unrecognizable this brand new "Glee" is from from just a few months ago.
Breathe Carolina's genre-blending, party-starting fourth album "Savages" drops today and Billboard has an exclusive premiere of the music video for one of its focal tracks. The music video for the electronic and R&B-influenced song finds Breathe Carolina venturing out to an abandoned part of town in the California desert for some good ol' fun -- spray-painting, drinking and bottle-poppin.'