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The 'Brave' crooner's new album debuts at the top of the chart, edging out Tim McGraw and replacing last week's No. 1 Justin Bieber.
The singer-songwriter reveals the inspiration for his sixth studio album set to be released next month.
The 'Your Raise Me Up' singer unveils the first track from his upcoming album 'All That Echoes'.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' cover is played as a backsound for an in-memoriam segment to pay homage to Jimmy Kimmel.
In the music video which is his favorite to date, the 'You Raise Me Up' hitmaker takes his fans behind the scenes of his roadshow.
Chad Kroeger and his bandmates perform 'When We Stand Together' and receive more cheers than boos from the sport mania gathering at the Ford Field.
Tom Hardy opens up about his villainous character in the highly anticipated Batman film, describing him as a 'terrorist' and a 'horrible piece of work' who would shoot a pregnant woman or old lady.
Speaking about what goes through his mind after a surgeon told him, 'The only way out for you, pal, is through the operating theater,' the Bee Gees member says, 'I was petrified.'
The 17-year-old singer stopped mid-track when she forgot the next lyrics and had to get the help from the stadium audience.
A lovesick fan approached the 'Try With Me' singer on her judging seat and asked her hand in marriage chivalrously.
Taped for such a big broadcast, McCreery's performance of 'The Trouble With Girls' shows how lip-syncing is applied to the event every year.
'Dancing with the Stars' pro dancer Hough and comedian Jonah Hill will make their debut on the Kelly Ripa-hosted show in December, while previous guest co-host Groban will return later the same month.
The 'Private Practice' star is all smiles when photographed with writer boyfriend Chris Case as they come to watch Adele's concert at Los Angeles' Greek Theater.
Joining Stephen Collins and Dee Wallace as the Bernards, the 'You Raise Me Up' singer will guest star as Ed Helms' on-screen brother on at least an episode of season 8.
The stand-outs are James 'Adam Lambert' Durbin, country boy Scotty McCreery, bearded Paul McDonald, gospel-lover Jacob Lusk and music genius Casey Abrams.