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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.
The 'Ordinary People' hitmaker seduces his love interest with his sultry lyrics, while Luda charms his lady with his equally seductive verses.
Jonathan Cheban is not going to pursue the defamatory lawsuit against the basketball player, saying he has nothing against him.
On top of his disco ball trophy, the war veteran will collect the fruit of his relationship with girlfriend Diana Gonzalez-Jones.
The American artists were supporting American Promoting Study Abroad by performing at the major concert with Coco Lee, Shunzi and others.
Mariah enjoys holiday with her family including husband Nick Cannon and twins Monroe and Moroccan in this heartwarming music video.
Mariah and John blend their soulful voices into one beautiful harmony in the revamped version of 'When Christmas Comes'.
The fresh trailer of the Luc Besson-directed biopic focuses on the female Burmese politician, who must choose whether to take care of her dying husband or to tackle her political duty.
Two of the pictures show Mariah sitting next to John behind a grand piano, and the other one sees her lying on a white furry sheet.
John and The Roots lead the winner list with double victories, while Willow, Alicia Keys, Usher and Mary J. Blige get one each.
'I hope our politicians will not think that they (cultural initiatives) are expendable and they can just get rid of them and nobody will feel the pain,' Legend reveals his thought over U.S. tax cuts.