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Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, Jessie J and Florence Welch are also seen taking part in the tribute concert to the big cities where soul music originated and ultimately flourished.
The 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' music video sees Kelly rocking out with her band and her devotees showing off their best dance moves in a flash mob.
The 'Speak Now' hitmaker looks dazzling in an angelic ball gown by Reem Acra when receiving the prestigious award from Nashville Symphony CEO and President Alan Valentine.
Echoing the network's statement, Naya Rivera tweets, 'I think that the malicious things being written about Ryan Murphy are so sad and false.'
The Mother Monster steals attention with her signature elaborate performances, while Kelly and Demi delight their devotees by making a surprise duet.
Listen to the former 'American Idol' champ embracing the holiday spirit in the 'I'll Be Home for Christmas' cover version.
Director Christopher Nolan reveals that Bruce Wayne is not in a great state and he has to survive a challenge he hasn't had before, i.e. a brutal and incredibly clinical Bane.
Though she recently admitted that she wants to have a lot of children, the 'One That Got Away' singer insists when met at 2011 American Music Awards, she isn't ready yet to become a mother.
A man seemingly walking on the water and a creepy face behind the bush are some things to be seen in the first episode of the new ABC show.
Enrique delivers party-themed performances of 'Tonight (I'm Loving You)' in laser-beamed set, while Kelly travels back to the twenties in 'Mr. Know It All'.
The 'Mr. Know It All' singer shows a wicked sense of humor at the VH1's 'Unplugged' taping by joking about the lyrics mishap and wardrobe malfunction.
The 'Mr. Know It All' singer will kick off the first leg of her tour in North America, and has chosen Matt Nathanson as her special guest.
The other country music singers who win early at the 45th annual Country Music Association Awards are Kenny Chesney, The Band Perry and Mac McAnally.
Commenting on this week's battle for No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200, Kelly says, 'I always think competition is healthy.'
Kelly, Mary J, and J-Hud are going to pay tribute to the great cities of soul music along with the likes of Jill Scott, Florence and the Machine and Jessie J.