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The 'American Idol' judge debuts the visuals for her new song featured in Sam Raimi's movie 'Oz: The Great and Powerful'.
The 'We Belong Together' crooner showed more skin than she intended when helping Jermaine Dupri celebrate 20-year anniversary of his label So So Def.
The 'Snow White and the Huntsman' actress flashes smiles despite her injury and manages to pose without the crutches.
So So Def Recordings draws big stars, including Jay-Z, Carey, Usher and Nelly, to its 20th birthday party last Saturday night at Atlanta's Fox Theatre.
The 'American Idol' judge releases her single featured in the new movie 'Oz: The Great and Powerful'.
The soundtrack will be released in full on February 19 with a David LaChapelle-directed music video to follow later on.
MiMi begins her night by taking a bubble bath with her cute furry pet before going on a carriage ride in Central Park and sharing a sweet kiss with her husband.
Mariah Pulice who delivers an emotional rendition of 'Let It Be' and Lazaro Arbos who sings beautifully despite his speech disorder are some of the contestants who are sent to Hollywood in this round.
On the talents side, a girl with hearing impairment and a guy who sang on the subway are some of them who wow the judges in the New York auditions.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will reprise their roles as Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder respectively, but some other original stars like Billy Campbell and Michelle Forbes won't return.
The 'Da Vinci Code' author announces that he will publish the book on May 14, while the status of the movie adaptation of 'The Lost Symbol' is still unclear.
The 'Herbie: Fully Loaded' actress is still represented by attorney Shawn Holley, who entered the plea on her behalf Tuesday, January 14.
The Harajuku Barbie claims that she and the 'My All' songstress are now 'fine' and she has gotten over the fight with her fellow female judge.
Mariah skips the blue carpet, and Nicki steals the limelight upon her arrival before joining other judges Keith Urban and Randy Jackson, as well as host Ryan Seacrest inside UCLA's Royce Hall.
The new 'American Idol' female judges sing praises for each other after their much-publicized feud on the show.