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The 'Suit and Tie' singer and his pal's hands and voices are featured in the ads for the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus which were unveiled in Cupertino, Calif. on September 9.
The singer leads 25,000 people at his California concert to sing 'Happy Birthday' to the autistic boy, 8-year-old Julian Delan.
The 'Suit and Tie' hitmaker takes part in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by dumping a bucket of cold water on his head after accepting a nomination from two Boston bombing survivors.
During the same concert, the singer also dedicated his song 'Mirrors' to a 12-year-old fan named Robbie Twible who has epidermolysis bullosa, a painful and rare skin disease.
Timberlake is nominated for Choice Male Artist and Choice R'n'B/Hip-Hop Artist, while Swift will compete against fellow nominees in Choice Female Artist and Choice Female Country categories.
The new visuals for the '20/20 Experience' single features fan-submitted photos and short videos of several people sharing their respective love story.
The 'Mirrors' singer angers some Palestinian fans after he posted a photo of him posing at the Western Wall and put an Israel hashtag on the post.
The 'American Idol' judge becomes the first female artist to be honored with the Icon award, while the former NSYNC member takes home 7 awards including the Top Artist and Top Male Artist.
The 'Mirrors' singer takes a jab at the L.A. Clippers owner, who recently landed in hot water for making racist remarks, in an acceptance speech for his Top Artist trophy.
The music video features vintage footage of Jacko busting his signature moves and new footage of multiple dancers showing off their inspired routines.
The singer recalls how people around him reacted to his decision to leave the popular group during his appearance on 'Oprah's Master Class'.
The song, which was debuted at the iHeartRadio Music Awards earlier this week, will appear in the late King of Pop's upcoming posthumous album 'Xscape'.
'The sanctions will not have an impact on Hartwall Arena nor our business there,' Live Nation Finland, who booked the concerts, has confirmed.
The 'Take Back the Night' singer will return to North America after touring in Europe and taking a two-month break.
The artists are scheduled to perform at Helsinki's Hartwall Arena, which is owned by three Russians who have their visas revoked by the U.S. following Russia's annexation of Crimea in Ukraine.