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Jordin performs 'Star-Spangled Banner', Maroon 5 play 'Moves Like Jagger', and there is also Kid Rock singing 'Born Free'.
Adam Levine and his bandmate successfully make their comeback to the top 10 through Christina Aguilera-assisted single 'Moves Like Jagger'.
A cab and a silver car are trapped under ruins in Cleveland, which is doubling for New York City, for the filming of the superhero team movie.
The scheduled concerts which also feature Train and Lady Antebellum are in jeopardy as officials still haven't made decision whether or not to move on with the gigs.
The music video is made as a tribute to the legendary Rolling Stones frontman, featuring Mick busting a move and fans trying to imitate him.
The new behind-the-scene footage gives longer look at Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Mick Jagger strutting their stuff on stage.
The Rolling Stones' member struts his stuff on stage while miming Adam Levine's 'Moves Like Jagger' lyrics.
The Maroon 5 lead singer bares his abs, while the 'Not Myself Tonight' singer pulls off a sexy look in a kimono-style top and black leggings.
The Maroon 5 lead singer says he's not sorry for his controversial comment but meant no disrespect for Adam Lambert.
The new single defines the band's power pop, topped with an upbeat tune which they have been developing in last two albums.
The music video for the Lady Antebellum-assisted ballad track highlights a woman and her wounded lover.
Bryan Adams and Barry Manilow are also giving VIP concert tickets to raise money which will benefit children's nutrition education programs in California.
The Adam Levine-fronted band's 'Runaway' music video follows a young man who surfs in the ocean somewhere during a warm summer day.
Some of the pictures, which feature Jeremy Irvine and Emily Watson among others, highlight the relationship between Irvine's character and a horse.
The 'Tron Legacy' beauty has officially filed for divorce from her husband of eight years, Tao Ruspoli, on March 3, citing irreconcilable differences in the papers.