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The British quintet became the first band to have all four of their releases debuting on the top of the chart.
The North American leg of the tour starts on July 7 at Altria Theater in Richmond, VA and closes on October 3 at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
The duo's version of the classic holiday song is featured on the Broadway star's 'Holiday Wishes' album that came out last month.
Grande will join the likes of Lady GaGa and Nicki Minaj as a recipient of Billboard's Rising Star award, while Menzel will accept the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award.
The Broadway star will sing the national anthem before the game on July 15 and will cover Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young' during a pre-game ceremony.
The 'Let It Go' singer accidentally almost showed her breast during her concert at Radio City Music Hall, New York City.
Diggs opens up about his breakup from the 'Let It Go' singer in a new interview, saying, 'Right now, we're still trying to figure out a lot of stuff.'
Harris, dressing up as Hedwig from his Broadway hit, performs 'Sugar Daddy' with co-star Lena Hall while Menzel wows the crowd with emotional performance of 'Always Starting Over' from 'If/Then'.
Host Hugh Jackman kicked off the red carpet walk, followed by presenters Maggie Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, and Jonathan Groff among others.
The simple visuals, which shows the Broadway star performing the emotional song in a recording studio, marks her first video since 'Let It Go'.
Other performers for the awards show, which will air on CBS on June 8, include Sutton Foster, Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Fantasia, Sting and Allan Cumming.
Denzel Washington, Daniel Radcliffe, Chris O'Dowd, Ian McKellen, and Neil Patrick Harris are among the nominees of N.Y. theater critics' awards.
The Broadway star's 'Let It Go', which won an Oscar earlier this year, has climbed to No. 5 on Billboard 100.
In an interview with Billboard, Menzel says that she and Travolta are 'buddies and it's all cool' after he butchered her name at the Oscars.
Calling Menzel 'Adele Dazeem' at the Oscars has made the 'Pulp Fiction' actor's star-meter rise online.