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Ringo Starr, Brad Paisley, Lenny Kravitz, Gene Simmons, and Orlando Jones are among the stars who pay tribute to the late blues musician.
The pop superstar performs a medley of her singles including 'Roar', 'Dark Horse' and 'California Gurls' during her 12-minute set that also features Elliott singing her own hits like 'Work It'.
The 'Teenage Dream' hitmaker confirms the rocker will be her 'first special guest' when she takes the stage during the 49th annual NFL championship.
Unaware that Kravitz was among the audience in his Madison Square Garden concert, West continued to make references about Kravitz and how he envied him.
The 'Law and Order' actor is expected to start filming the movie about the late music icon in Europe later this month.
The Maybach Music Group boss reportedly has received threats from the Gangster Disciples, leading to his decision to scrap his Charlotte and Greensboro gigs.
The author of 'American Psycho' tweets sexist remark about Bigelow, saying that she'd be 'considered a mildly interesting filmmaker if she was a man.'
The singer and David Sonenberg have both agreed on a deal that settles a 14 million dollars lawsuit.
The actress attended Chanel's beachside party in Miami, taking down Red Bulls and enjoying the company of Lenny Kravitz.
The Chinna of 'The Hunger Games' film franchise has been cast as the lead protagonist in 'Midnight Love', which has tapped Julien Temple as the director.
Yeezy is allegedly interested but still unsure if the show fits him, while Carey is said to be mad when learning that Nicki Minaj is close to join her as a judge.
The 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' rocker ends engagement to his fiancee of almost two years as saying, 'No doubt this is a very difficult time for all of us.'
The rapper was playing for a local league with some NBA stars when his hand accidentally got stomped on.
The 'Oprah's Next Chapter' host sports a beehive, a gold chain and calf-cropped fitted trousers as she portrays Gloria Gaines in the Eugene Allen biopic.
Invisible Children, which backs up the KONY 2012 filmmaker's 'Stop Kony' campaign, was not laughing when the actor made fun of a medical condition.