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.
AC/DC has announced that rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young will be "taking a break" from the band he co-founded 40 years ago to address an illness that lead singer Brian Johnson described earlier this week as "debilitating."
After taking a year off for its frontman and keyboardist to fly with the Black Crowes, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood is back in action and particularly excited about its upcoming third studio album, "Phosphorescent Harvest," according to its namesake.
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.
The Golden Gods Awards, a ceremony devoted solely to hard rock and heavy metal, is returning to TV on Saturday, May 24 via VH1 Classic at 8 p.m. ET/PT, produced by Dick Clark Productions and Revolver magazine.