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The 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' hitmaker touches down a grimy street in downtown Los Angeles for the video shoot.
There are also cover versions of songs taken from Alice Cooper's catalog and musicals like 'Chicago', 'My Fair Lady' and 'The Boy From Oz'.
The 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' hitmaker and the band fronted by Isaac Slade are going to start the roadshow in July.
The 'Mr. Know It All' singer goes unplugged when singing the pop/dance track during her concert at the Nokia Theatre.
Jason and Kelly share another award as they grab Single Record of the Year, while Scotty gets his first ACM trophy with New Artist of the Year.
The movie's producer Jerry Bruckheimer delivered the photo of Depp and Hammer in full-costume and tweeted 'Tonto and The Lone Ranger Ride Again!'
Coming this May is a new singing competition series involving four established singers, Kelly Clarkson, Lionel Richie, Robin Thicke and Jennifer Nettles, as mentors.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' hitmaker is unmovable from No. 1 on the album chart, but is forced to slip to the second spot on the single chart.
After performing the track, Clarkson tells the crowd that the song reminds her of a man from her past, named Michael Webb.
Admitting she was nervous singing the national anthem, the 'American Idol' alum praises the drum line and the Indianapolis children choir for making her performance stand out.
The self-declared 'international star, role model and diva' muppet said she would wrestle Stacy Kiebler if George Clooney allows it.
See Jules assigning maids of honor's duties to Laurie and Ellie, as well as Grayson bonding with Travis during a horse riding.
The former judge of 'America's Got Talent' argues with Sharon Osbourne who praises Madge, and criticizes Steven Tyler when applauding Kelly.
Before Clarkson performs 'The Star Spangled Banner', Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert make a duet rendition of 'America the Beautiful'.
Aretha Franklin describes Conelius' passing as 'a huge and momentous loss', Patti LaBelle calls him 'simply a genius', and Quincy Jones remembers him as 'a visionary pioneer.'