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The 'We Can't Stop' singer also shares her excitement to be able to write 'a bunch of songs' on her upcoming record with her 'favorite' artist, Future.
A rapper from Chicago claims the Grammy-winning rap star stole his song through a producer named Kajun.
Diesel goes casual with a shirt and jeans while his fellow co-star looks dapper in his white tux at the premiere of their latest film.
The 'Representin' ' hitmaker goes on a wild ride for his new empowering video 'Rest of My Life' and says he has made history with the Usher and Guetta collaboration.
The three guys get all their booze out and party hard in France for this new video inspired by the movie 'The Hangover'.
Elizabeth Pena is tapped to portray Sofia Vergara's on-screen mother, while Stephanie Beatriz will be Gloria's sister.
Rapper-producer Swizz Beatz gets some extra party vibe from Chris Brown and Ludacris for his new dance club track.
The rapper and co-founder of Disturbing tha Peace label shows how to woo with style in this new clip for his upcoming album 'Ludaversal'.
Big K.R.I.T. is assisted by Ludacris and surrounded by some leggy girls in this black-and-white music video for the track 'What U Mean'.
The rapper made sure everyone involved in the video, including pals Ne-Yo and Da Internz, had real fun when filming the party scenes.
Bieber promises that if the dance track, which is released ahead of the planned schedule, bows to number one on iTunes, he will release next single 'As Long As You Love Me' soon.
The 'Titanic' director additionally says he's 'not interested in developing anything' but the blockbuster fantasy film franchise, proclaiming, 'I'm in the Avatar business. Period. That's it.'
The Saturday, May 5 afternoon festivity took place at a private residence in Beverly Hills where Ali Larter and other guests were treated to gourmet food and Bertaud Belieu Rose champagne.
The music video is released to support Drama's new single 'We in This B*tch', which is expected to be included in his new studio album.
The 'Ordinary People' hitmaker seduces his love interest with his sultry lyrics, while Luda charms his lady with his equally seductive verses.