• Cast of Empire

    5 Best Moments of 'Empire' Season 2, Episode 1 [RECAP]

    On Wednesday (Sept. 23) night, FOX's hit series Empire returned to the small screen. As expected, the season opener was full of suspense, drama, eye catching fashion and possible chart topping music. Episode one of Season 2, appropriately titled "How The Cookie Crumbles," picked up where the first season ended. Lucious is behind bars and his family continues to battle each other for control over the company. We've recapped five of the best moments from the episode below.
  • Justin Beiber Performs On NBC's 'Today'

    Justin Bieber Performs 'What Do You Mean,' 'Where Are U Now' and More on 'TODAY'

    It was a rainy, grey morning in New York City on Thursday (Sept. 10), but that didn't stop Justin Bieber from putting on a free show for thousands of fans. The returned pop star performed on The Today Show to celebrate his No. 1 single "What Do You Mean?" and also brought along a setlist filled with fan favorites such as "Boyfriend," "Where Are U Now" and, of course, "Baby."
  • 2015 BET Awards

    10 Funniest Memes and Moments From the 2015 BET Awards

    While the evening definitely had lots of high points and nostalgic moments, I would be remiss not to mention some of the plain fall out of your seat funny moments that occurred throughout the night. LOL! Check out 10 funniest memes and moments from the 2015 BET Awards below.
  • Adam Levine performs 'This Summer's Gonna Hurt' on 'The Voice'

    WATCH: Maroon 5 'This Summer's Gonna Hurt' on 'The Voice' Finale with Crazy Vocal Effects

    Maroon 5 may think "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf*cker," but Adam Levine and co. are diving into the season with some heavy promo for its new single. Last night (May 19), as Sawyer Fredericks was crowned the latest winner of The Voice, coach Adam and his band appeared on the NBC competition to give the track its live debut, and it featured some new vocal techniques from the band.
  • Joshua Davis performs 'The Workingman's Hymn' on 'The Voice' season 8 finale

    Joshua Davis 'The Workingman's Hymn' Music Video: 'The Voice' Season 8 Finalist Owns Backstage

    The Voice season eight is getting ready to call it a day and crown a winner, but before someone can be the next Craig Wayne Boyd, there were some music videos to be released. Following in the tradition of last year, the final four contestants competed last night (May 18) and debuted their own original singles and music videos. And now, the lone contestant remaining on Team Adam Levine, Joshua Davis, has his clip for "The Workingman's Hymn" online.
  • Koryn Hawthorne performs 'Bright Fire' on 'The Voice' Season 8 finale

    Koryn Hawthorne 'Bright Fire' Music Video: 'The Voice' Season 8 Finalist Parties on Pharrell Produced Hit

    The Voice season eight will be coming to a close tonight (May 19), but no matter who wins each of the four finalists has one thing for sure out of the show: a single and music video of their very own. Following in the tradition of season seven, this year's finalists each got to record an original single and release a music video. And, with some help from her coach Pharrell Williams, Koryn Hawthorne's music video for her debut single "Bright Fire" is now here after debuting the track live on the penultimate episode on Monday night (May 18).
  • Meghan Linsey performs 'Change My Mind' on 'The Voice' season 8 finale

    Meghan Linsey 'Change My Mind' Music Video: 'The Voice' Season 8 Finalist Packs Up & Leaves

    The Voice season eight is continuing the show's recent tradition of giving its final four contestants their own, original song to perform and make a music video for as they vie for the winning title. Last night (May 18), the penultimate episode of the NBC competition aired, bringing along plenty of big performances and a new music video from country singer turned R&B diva Meghan Linsey, who debuted her single "Change My Mind" on the show. Now, the official visual has landed online.
  • Sawyer Fredericks performs 'Please' on The Voice season 8 finale

    Sawyer Fredericks 'Please' Music Video: 'The Voice' Season 8 Finalist Gets Intimate in Debut Clip

    Last year, The Voice introduced a new twist into the competition: the final four would release an original single and music video as they perform in the finale. And last night (May 18), the NBC show kept with that tradition, dropping new videos for each of its finalists. Show frontrunner Sawyer Fredericks debuted his Ray LaMontagne penned single "Please" on the competition, and now the official music video has landed online.
  • 'The Voice' Season 8 Finalists: Meghan Linsey, Koryn Hawthorne, Sawyer Fredericks & Joshua Davis

    'The Voice' Season 8 Recap & Review: India Carney Goes Home & Finalists Are Revealed

    It was a big night for singing reality competitions last night (May 12), when American Idol held its live performance finale and The Voice picked its top four for the finals next week. While Idol was on hand to craft a shocking final pair of contestants, with favorite Jax getting the axe, The Voice's top four wound up being a much more predictable assortment.
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