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The 'Skyscraper' crooner shares about penning the country song shortly after tweeting songs by Eli Young Band and Kenny Chesney.
X-Tina wows concertgoers at the family-oriented concert by effortlessly belting out a beautiful rendition of 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas'.
Grossing $29.5 million, 'Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol' knocks down some high-profile newcomers like 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' and 'The Adventures of Tintin'.
The 'Thank You' hitmaker has reportedly given birth to her first child with husband Rohan Gavin at the Portland Hospital in central London, and named the baby boy Stanley.
As a holiday surprise for her fans, Demi unleashes the music video for 'Give Your Heart a Break', the second single from her third studio album.
Accomplished TV director Alan Taylor, who has been Marvel Studios' favorite, reportedly win the race to direct the 'Thor' sequel.
The former 'Sonny with a Chance' actress did not like the way the network took light of a joke about eating disorders.
Deemed 'a brilliant performer, a strong role model and a true fan favorite,' Demi joins previously-announced performer Faith Hill.
Selena and Demi are going to be joined by Hip-Hop artists Mac Miller and J. Cole as well as pop/dance singer Jason Derulo.
The former 'Nashville Star' champ shines brighter than he has already had by coming out as one of the big winners at the 2011 American Country Awards.
It looks like a clash for the Iron Throne is about to begin as the brother of late King Robert Baratheon warns his enemies, 'They will bend the knee, or I will destroy them.'
The fresh one-sheet of the superhero movie shows the supervillain standing alone in the rain, while Batman's mask is left crushed on the ground.
The other stars who make live performances at the Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida for the festive annual concert are synthpop band Cobra Starship and Southern Hip-Hop performer Flo Rida.
The 'Speak Now' hitmaker looks dazzling in an angelic ball gown by Reem Acra when receiving the prestigious award from Nashville Symphony CEO and President Alan Valentine.
Echoing the network's statement, Naya Rivera tweets, 'I think that the malicious things being written about Ryan Murphy are so sad and false.'