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A Boston man named Sean Murphy, who's accused of raping a 17-year-old girl during the concert, denies the accusation and claims that the sex is consensual.
According to officials, 22 concertgoers are taken to hospitals because of 'alcohol-related issues' while 50 other people are taken into protective custody.
Standing in front of the sold-out crowd, the country singer talks about how he penned a song 'Making Memories of Us' before singing it for his actress wife.
Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. will return as judges for the next installment of the singing competition show.
The couple visits Monash Children's Hospital in Clayton, Australia, and performs an impromptu concert while they're in the town for a charity event.
The country music veterans get seven nominations apiece while Keith Urban follows closely behind with six.
The video centers on a couple whose love deepens after the cops arrest them for trespassing at an airport to watch the planes take off.
'The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to The Beatles' will be celebrated with a one-time reunion of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
The 'Somebody Like You' singer shows off his new hairdo in an Instagram photo.
The new video, which sees the two country stars performing together, is filmed in front of a live audience at Edna's neighborhood bar in Oklahoma City.
During an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Urban admits to sex texting his wife once in a while when they are apart, adding bashfully, 'I'm a little red right now.'
Other country stars, including Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean and Little Big Town, will also make appearances at the event that will be held in Nashville on November 6.
Selling 98,000 copies in its first week, the 'American Idol' judge's latest album edges out the Canadian R'n'B singer's first full-length set for the top spot on the chart.
FOX entertainment chief Kevin Reilly says Urban has signed up for season 13 of 'Idol' and there have been discussions with J.Lo to have her back as a judge as well.
The 46-year-old director of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' admits that Lucasfilm's decision to shoot the next 'Star Wars' film in Britain drives him 'insane.'