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The song and its music video, which stars some young cancer patients from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, are released to help raise awareness of pediatric cancer.
While Lauper's music for 'Kinky Boots' snatched Best Original Score, Hanks failed to win his supposedly first trophy for Best Actor in a Play.
Some big names including Katie Couric, Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg join the cast members of Broadway's 'Kinky Boots' in a funny new clip for the song.
Debra Danielson, the mother of the 'Teen Mom' star, says in her letter, 'I will never leave you or forsake you.'
The 'Forrest Gump' actor receives a nomination for his leading role in 'Lucky Guy' while the 'Time After Time' singer's music for 'Kinky Boots' is listed as a contender for Best Original Score.
Star Jones, Angela Bassett and Yolanda Adams are also added to the line-up of stars who will be lending their support to the president's upcoming inauguration.
The legendary band rocked out their Brooklyn crowd and showed no signs of old age pains during their 50th anniversary concert held at Barclay's Center on Saturday, December 8.
Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot host a press screening of the IMAX footage, which reportedly will counter fans' reaction about the dark tone of the 'Star Trek' sequel.
The 'American Idol' season eight runner-up teams up with the 80's icon in a moving duet of 'Mad World' for a benefit concert Saturday night.
Dubbing themselves the original Jackasses, Lary, Curly and Moe are seen performing a barrage of classic physical gags like eye-poking, hammer-hitting and face-slapping.
Syfy decides not to move forward with 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome' as a regular series, but promises to air the 90-minute pilot at a future date.
After a tabloid implied that the 'On the Floor' hitmaker had secretly tied the knot with her dancer boyfriend on a yacht, her representative insists that the wedding story is 'inaccurate.'
The new reality shows, 'Kendra on Top' and 'Cyndi', will be part of the network's summer line-up.
The singer couldn't remember the right words to 'The Star-Spangled Banner' and changed them to 'O'er the ramparts, we watched as our flag was still streaming'.
Experiencing the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, Cyndi rejected to leave the country and continued her tour of the country.