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Ringo Starr, Brad Paisley, Lenny Kravitz, Gene Simmons, and Orlando Jones are among the stars who pay tribute to the late blues musician.
The 42-year-old country singer, who's hosting the 2014 Country Music Association Awards along with Carrie, lets the news slip during their opening monologue.
The American singer-songwriter takes a selfie in front of the protesters outside his Kansas show.
The country music crooner boards Air Force One with the U.S. commander-in-chief to sing live for the military members in Bagram.
Kesha, Paisley and Ludacris will serve as judges, while Groban will host the new summer singing competition.
The 'Beat This Summer' crooner and the 'Jesus, Take the Wheel' hitmaker will once again team up to lead the annual prize-giving event to be held November 6 this year.
The stars will come out to pay tribute to the music icon during his funeral in Nashville which is said to be a star-studded one.
The 'Old Alabama' hitmaker will play himself and perform alongside Connie Britton and Charles Esten on the ABC drama series.
The TV host/comedian invites actor/singer Alan Cumming for a duet called 'Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe' for his spoof.
In 'Weekend Update' segment, Kenan Thompson plays the rapper who admits that the song is not good musically and that 'all we're trying to do is start a conversation.'
After their first collaboration 'Accidental Racist' drew much attention, the unlikely new duo releases another duet 'Live for You'.
The rapper defends his new collaboration track with the country crooner, saying he's very much proud of it.
The country singer reacts to the controversy that his new song with rapper LL Cool J has sparked online.
The country crooner's controversial new song with the rapper addresses such issues as racism and slavery.
The 46-year-old country crooner could not contain his surprise and happiness as audience gave him a standing ovation.