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The prosecutors from Minnesota announced on Thursday that no one will be charged for the unexpected death of music icon Prince. The 'Purple Rain' singer was found unconscious inside his home in 2016.
Scarlett Johansson and Pete Yorn just announced the upcoming release of their EP, 'Apart,' on June 1. This will serve as Johansson and Yorn's second collaboration.
After her appearance at the 2018 ACM on Sunday, Carrie Underwood agreed to be interviewed to talk about her new album, 'Cry Pretty,' and her freak accident last November. The singer recalled what happened outside of her home in Nashville.
'Avengers: Infinity War' star Letitia Wright recently wowed Jimmy Fallon and the live audiences after she had shown them her rapping skills. The actress appeared on Fallon's late-night talk show this week.
Rihanna just hinted at the possibility of starring in a new project. However, the award-winning singer did not reveal exactly whether her new project has something to do with her ninth studio album.
Bernie Sanders praised Cardi B following her interview with GQ about Social Security and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The 25-year-old singer also made headlines for breaking a new record.
The results of an ongoing investigation around the death of Prince will reportedly be unveiled to the public soon. This news came almost two years after the music icon was found lifeless at his home in Minnesota.
Patti Murin was absent on the April 17 production of 'Frozen' on Broadway after suffering from an anxiety attack. The stage actress opened up about her mental health struggles on social media this week.
James Comey, the former director of the FBI, met with some members of Wu-Tang Clan on Tuesday. Ghostface Killah revealed that Comey wants them to regain ownership of one of their albums.
Logic just announced his upcoming projects during a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest. The 'Everyday' rapper also starred in a 10-minute music video for 'Everyday' and 'Warm It Up.'
The New York City Metropolitan Transport Authority released a line of special David Bowie MetroCards to celebrate the arrival of 'David Bowie Is' in Brooklyn Museum. The exhibit features original costume, videos, photographs, and lyric sheets.
Travis Scott fired back at the three promoters who had sued him for missing his show in Las Vegas in February. The rapper's lawyer also said that the missed show had nothing to do with Stormi Webster's birth.
Ariana Grande finally returned to social media after a four-month hiatus. The singer also informed her fans that her new song, 'No Tears Left to Cry,' will be available on Friday, April 20.
A judge recently denied Taylor Swift's request to have two songwriters pay her $75,000 legal bill. The singer also made headlines after two men had tried to stalk her outside her Beverly Hills home.
Another one of Taylor Swift's crazy fans has been arrested outside her Beverly Hills home last weekend. The 38-year-old was reportedly in possession of a mask, gloves, live ammunition, and a knife at the time of the arrest.