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Beyoncé Reminisces About Hosting 2000 MTV VMAs with Aaliyah

For the 15th year anniversary of Aaliyah's death, Beyoncé shared a video of her and the late R&B singer co-hosting the pre-show program for the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards. Aside from Beyoncé, other artists who worked closely with Aaliyah such as ...

Fan Who Fractured Spine at Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa’s Concert in New Jersey Joins Lawsuit Against Rappers

Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg have been sued by the victims of an accident that occurred at their concert in New Jersey earlier this month. According to Robert J. Mongeluzzi, the lawyer of the plaintiffs, the victims filed the lawsuit against the ...

Britney Spears Talks About Justin Bieber Collaboration and Near-Death Experience in Hawaii

Britney Spears recently made a few revelations during her interview with Scott Mills of BBC Radio 1, such as her rumored collaboration with Justin Bieber on her upcoming album Glory, her possible Super Bowl performance and her near-death experience ...

Lorde Says New Album is Now in Production Stage

Lorde recently confirmed that work on her follow-up album to Pure Heroine has now entered the production stage. She made the revelation while responding to an impatient fan on Instagram.

Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande’s MTV VMAs Performance to Coincide with ‘Side to Side’ Video Debut

MTV has confirmed that Ariana Grande will perform "Side to Side" at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards together with Nicki Minaj. Aside from the live performance, the two pop stars will also unveil the music video for the Dangerous Woman track.

Britney Spears Offers Meet-and-Greet and MTV VMAs Costume to Help Louisiana Flood Victims

To help Louisiana's flood victims, Britney Spears has partnered with Crowdwise and the American Red Cross for a special fundraising contest. The winners of the contest will get the opportunity to meet the pop star at the MTV Video Music Awards and ...

Watch Dennis Rodman Carry Eddie Vedder as Pearl Jam Performs ‘Black, Red, Yellow’

Attendees of Pearl Jam's concert at Wrigley Field enjoyed a 90s-themed event when vocalist Eddie Vedder was joined by former Chicago Bulls power forward Dennis Rodman onstage. Aside from joining the band as it performed "Black, Red, Yellow," Rodman ...

Songwriter Claims Ariana Grande Ripped Off His Song for ‘One Last Time,’ Files Lawsuit

Alex Greggs, the songwriter who has worked with the likes of Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake, is accusing Ariana Grande of ripping off his "Takes All Night" track. That was a song he wrote for Skye Stevens titled "One Last Time". According to Greggs, ...

Fan Tries to Take Selfie with Beyoncé, Gets Pushed Away by Jay Z

Jay Z quickly reacted after seeing a male fan rushing beside his wife Beyoncé to take selfies with her in New York City. The incident happened as the celebrity couple stepped out of the SVA Theater in New York City after watching the premiere of ...

Watch as Coldplay and James Corden Cover Prince’s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ at Rose Bowl Concert

During Coldplay's concert on Sunday at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles, the band brought James Corden onstage to pay tribute to Prince by covering his song "Nothing Compares 2 U." After the performance, the band gave a very special surprise to The Late ...

Sleigh Bells Claim Demi Lovato’s ‘Stars’ Copied from Their ‘Infinity Guitars’ Track

Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller, members of the indie pop group Sleigh Bells, have filed a lawsuit against Demi Lovato for copyright infringement. According to the duo, the pop singer's "Stars" track from 2015 copied certain elements from their ...

Will Meek Mill Include Drake Diss Track on 'Dreamchasers 4' Mixtape?

Yesterday, Meek Mill confirmed through an Instagram post that his Dreamchasers 4 mixtape will come out next month. It is not yet clear if it will contain diss songs targeting Drake since the "Hotline Bling" rapper recently insulted Meek Mill during ...

Epic Records CEO Says A Tribe Called Quest Worked on New Album Before Phife Dawg’s Death in March

According to L.A. Reid, the CEO of Epic Records, the members of the legendary rap group A Tribe Called Quest are preparing to release an album soon. As noted by the music mogul, the group started working on the album before Phife Dawg's death in ...

Fatal Drugs Found in Prince’s Home were Mislabeled According to Investigators

According to a new development in the investigation on Prince's death, the drugs found inside the artist's home were labelled incorrectly. Investigators revealed that the drugs that killed the "Purple Rain" singer, which were labelled as hydrocodone, ...

O-Town, Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC Members React to Lou Pearlman’s Death

Lou Pearlman, the founder of successful boybands such as the Backstreet Boys, O-Town and *NSYNC, died on Aug. 19 while in prison. His death drew various reactions from some of his former clients including Lance Bass, Justin Timberlake, Aaron Carter ...

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