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The two divas, together with folk-rock singer James Taylor, are among the artists handpicked by Barack Obama to perform at his January 21 inauguration.
'Being single doesn't mean you're gay. But I'm never insulted by it, obviously,' Clarkson says, addressing the reports that she's gay before dating Brandon Blackstock.
The winner of 'American Idol' season 1 flaunts her engagement ring, a big yellow canary diamond surrounded by small diamonds designed by her fiance Brandon Blackstock and jeweler Johnathon Arndt.
The two artists join an amazing lineup of performers for the fashion-music special that will take place on Sunday, December 16 and will be hosted by Adam Lambert.
Kelly Clarkson premieres a breath-taking new video in support of her upcoming 'Greatest Hits' album out on November 19.
Jeremy, Matt and April are held hostage by Connor, but whoever comes to save them could be the next victim of the vampire hunter.
Taylor performs 'Begin Again', Kelly teams up with Vince Gill to sing 'Don't Rush', and Carrie plays 'Blown Away' at the live telecast of the 46th annual Country Music Association Awards.
The 'American Idol' alum teams up with country star Vince Gill for this new sensuous duet off her 'Greatest Hits' album.
In the first single of 'Greatest Hits - Chapter 1', the winner of 'American Idol' season 1 sings about deciding to take her time to enjoy her life now that she's in a happier place.
'Catch My Breath', which the 'Breakaway' singer co-wrote with her best friend who 'has seen me through everything,' will be included in the November release.
The 'Springsteen' crooner has earned five nods mainly in the major categories such as Male Vocalist of the Year.
Perry goes theatrical during her performance of 'Wide Awake', while Clarkson pumps up the crowd with a mash-up of 'Dark Side' and 'Stronger'.
Will Smith says, 'You cannot put your head around time travel,' while Josh Brolin admits he's just had fun with the concept as claiming, 'I don't care if it's not true: It's true to me.'
The Slim Shady makes the revelation when calling into New York City radio station Hot 97 to announce that Slaughterhouse will perform at this year's Summer Jam concert.
Featuring Bella Swan, Edward Cullen and Jacob Black with each of their signature eye colors, the one-sheets have a simple tagline that reads, 'Forever.'