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After judge's ruling, Britney Spears says she still has "a lot of healing to do"

In the days following last week’s hearing, during which a judge suspended her father Jamie Spears as her conservator, Britney Spears celebrated on Instagram. But over the weekend, she posted a more sober statement,...

Whitney Houston remembered with new M.A.C. Cosmetics line

M.A.C. Cosmetics is honoring the legacy of the late Whitney Houston with a new cosmetics line in her name. “The idea that is coming to fruition now is something Whitney always wanted to...

Bruno Mars donating proceeds from his rum company to music education in Hawaii

If you happen to be in Hawaii and want a tropical drink, make sure you order one with Bruno Mars‘ brand of rum, SelvaRey — because you’ll be supporting a good cause, too....

TLC's Chilli on how hard it was to perform after Left Eye's death: "We did not get the chance to grieve properly"

Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas are performing as a duo as TLC headlines their  CrazySexyCool Celebration tour, which kicked off over the Labor Day weekend. It’s been 19 years since the group’s third member, Lisa...

Right here waiting...for another book: Richard Marx has even more 'Stories to Tell'

Richard Marx‘s memoir Stories to Tell came out recently.  It features dozens of tales of him working with everyone from Lionel Richie, Barbra Streisand and Luther Vandross to *NSYNC, Josh Groban and Keith Urban — plus the scoop on how he wrote...

Debbie Gibson releases first new pop album in 20 years: "I've been through a lot of life stuff"

Today, a week before she kicks off a limited Las Vegas engagement with New Kids on Block member Joey McIntyre, Debbie Gibson releases her first new pop album in 20 years, The Body Remembers. So what...

Daryl Hall & John Oates: On tour, but not on record...for now, at least

After being sidelined by the pandemic, Daryl Hall and John Oates are back on tour, but don’t expect any new music from the legendary duo anytime soon.  Oates says that after so many years...

*NSYNC's Chris Kirkpatrick doubts a joint tour with Backstreet Boys will ever happen

Recently, various members of *NSYNC and The Backstreet Boys have either performed together or announced upcoming performances together. That’s led to talk that the long-dreamed-of joint tour with both boy bands could become...

Buggles, Benatar and bloopers: Looking back at MTV's launch 40 years ago

“Ladies and gentleman…rock and roll.” That’s what anyone with cable TV who happened to be up at midnight on August 1, 1981 — 40 years ago this Sunday — heard,...

Journey members discuss band's plans as new lineup prepares for its first shows this week in Chicago

Journey returns to the concert stage this week for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 with two shows in Chicago — one tonight at the...

'90s nostalgia with 98 Degrees: Group looks back on what they miss most

98 Degrees is giving fans the ‘90s nostalgia they crave. The group recently released their first music video in eight years for their new song, “Where Do You Wanna Go,” and it features...

Backstreet Boys say their new Las Vegas Christmas shows could become an annual event

On Monday, Backstreet Boys announced a special holiday residency in Las Vegas, during which they’ll perform holiday classics, new original songs and their biggest hits.  But the group says this might just...

The Go-Go's' Charlotte Caffey reflects on band's debut album, 'Beauty and the Beat,' on its 40th anniversary

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Beauty and the Beat, the debut album by The Go-Go’s. The album spent six weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200, making The Go-Go’s the...

Kelly Clarkson now has as many Emmys as she has Grammys

Kelly Clarkson keeps adding to her trophy shelf, but her latest awards aren’t for her singing prowess — they’re for her television success. Kelly nabbed two trophies at the 48th Annual Daytime...