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The soulful crooner's new video is an artistic rendition of nude bodies making love to his new R'n'B tune.
The 'Who Did That to You?' singer and his fiancee are said planning an Italian wedding this year in Lake Como because 'that's where they fell in love.'
The singer takes the stage at New York City's Central Park to perform 'Tonight (Best You Ever Had)' and new single 'Made to Love'.
The soulful crooner unveils not just one but two sexy versions of clip for his new album's lead single.
The soulful crooner releases the first official single off his upcoming fourth album 'Love in the Future'.
The soulful crooner releases the intro song to his forthcoming album 'Love in the Future' before dropping his first single soon.
The singer-songwriter talks about his soulful 'Who Did That to You' track for the highly-anticipated slavery era film.
Legend admits that he cannot finish recording his new album 'Love in the Future' in time, therefore he has to make 'the agonizing decision to put off the tour until 2013.'
Returning from South Africa, the soul singer picked up flu-bug and was prescribed a healthy dose of rest.
Asking his fans to stop sending disturbing messages to Chrissy Teigen, Breezy writes on Twitter, 'I know y'all bout that life but it's the wrong message! Ur turning haters into victims!'
During an upfront party promoting his upcoming show 'Duets', the 'Ordinary People' hitmaker implies that the new judges of 'The X Factor (US)' can't really sing.
As the 'All Night Long (All Night)' crooner bows out the ABC new singing competition due to 'personal scheduling conflicts,' the 'Green Light' singer will join Kelly Clarkson as a mentor.
The AMPAS confirms that the 85th Annual Academy Awards is set to be held on Sunday, February 24 next year, while the nominations are scheduled to be announced on Tuesday, January 15.
Although the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' actress keeps details of the adoption a secret, words come out that her first son is African-American and was born in the United States.
These two musical acts are personally chosen by David Cameron and President Barack Obama because they are their respective favorites.