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Kelly Clarkson's private wedding, the tragic death of Paul Walker and Beyonce Knowles' surprise album make the final part of important events in 2013.
Former NASA astronauts and their family members call Beyonce 'insensitive' for including the audio from 1986 Challenger explosion which killed seven people.
Before kicking off her Las Vegas residency, the pop singer revealed the people who have inspired her all this time.
The 'Grown Woman' singer and her husband reportedly order some drinks which are worth $100,000 for the entire VIP section during a party at Atlanta's Club Reign.
Music data analyst Musicmetric reports that the album could've grossed another $3.8 million in sales.
Swift tops the list of DoSomething.org's most charitable celebrities of 2013 with her various contributions to people in need, while Harry Styles and his bandmates are in second place.
The photo is taken in between the takes of Beyonce's music video tribute for her little girl, 'Blue'.
The 14-song and 17-music video album spends its second week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 after selling 374,000 copies.
With the helps of Make-A-Wish Foundation, a girl with inoperable brain tumor named Taylon can make her dying wish to dance with the superstar come true.
The singer provocatively sucks a lollipop, caresses herself in a risque bodysuit and hangs out with skin-baring Victoria's Secret models.
Diddy shows off his best move at a slumber party he holds to celebrate his twin daughters' birthday as he dances to Beyonce's 'Grown Woman'.
Beyonce says that she was nervous about releasing her new album, which has recently been certified platinum, without prior announcement or promotion.
The 'Crazy in Love' singer humbly pushed a shopping trolley around the aisles to buy Christmas gifts.
Selling 617,000 in its first three days, Beyonce's self-titled set beats R. Kelly, whose newest record opens at No. 4 with 133,000
After her 'Beyonce' sells 617,000 copies in its first week, the diva becomes the first female artist to have her first five albums landed on the top slot of Billboard 200.