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Though the winter storm paralyzes most of New England, the R-rated comedy starring Melissa McCarthy performs beyond expectation by scoring one of the biggest openings for an R-rated comedy film.
Underwood is elegant with her mermaid-styled gown, Adele looks refreshing in a red floral frock, and Swift is one sexy kitten in a cream-colored dress with plunging neckline.
The winner of 'American Idol' season four unveils the music video for her current country hit off her latest album 'Blown Away'.
Bryan takes home nine honors including Artist of the Year, while Underwood nabs the Female Artist of the Year award during the December 10 event in Las Vegas.
The likes of Kristin Chenoweth and Jewel Kilcher join Underwood in bringing vibrant colors, while such stars as Miranda Lambert and Hillary Scott mirror Rimes' black ensemble.
Having the same nightmare over and over, Ne-Yo reveals the dilemma of having a career and a lover.
While touring the world next year, the boys will also promote their first perfume in cities where they perform.
The 'American Idol' alumna will sing live on television as the lead character of the classic Broadway play.
The country star shows off haunting and filmic black-and-white images in trailer of her 'Two Black Cadillacs' music video released on Black Friday.
Jeremy, Matt and April are held hostage by Connor, but whoever comes to save them could be the next victim of the vampire hunter.
Taylor performs 'Begin Again', Kelly teams up with Vince Gill to sing 'Don't Rush', and Carrie plays 'Blown Away' at the live telecast of the 46th annual Country Music Association Awards.
Other guests include Miranda Lambert and her husband Blake Shelton, Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles with her baby bump, and Jason Aldean who is accompanied by his wife.
Three new major acts have been added to the list of performers for the awards event held next month.
Amid speculations that the third 'Ghostbusters' film might be dead, it is now said that director Ivan Reitman will finally begin filming next year without Bill Murray tackling the lead.
The song, which is featured in Aerosmith's new album 'Music From Another Dimension', marks Steven Tyler's reunion with Underwood after they performed together at the CMAs last year.