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The Black Eyed Peas member and the Rolling Stones star are joined by Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine.
The 'Rolling Stones' rock star has also tapped Josh Olson to write the script for his upcoming movie about a journalist who is tangled in the immoral world of a global media mogul.
Performing in West Orange, New Jersey, the former Destiny's Child member accidentally gives concertgoers quite an eyeful when her bra-like top rode up and exposed her breasts.
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.
One of the highlights in the video is when Bruce Wayne voicing his doubt to Jim Gordon that the Dark Knight might exist no more.
These three dwarves in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' are portrayed by James Nesbitt, Stephen Hunter and William Kircher respectively.
The Rolling Stones' member struts his stuff on stage while miming Adam Levine's 'Moves Like Jagger' lyrics.
Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall's daughter Elizabeth has landed the cover shot on the new Playboy magazine.
Jagger's secret solo project with Stewart was revealed by the rocker's brother Chris Jagger during an interview at a Portuguese TV show which aired on Tuesday, March 1.
Chris Evans' Steve Rogers is seen getting shirty with Richard Armitage's Heinz Kruger in one image and sporting torn lip in another picture.
Tapped for Grammy's 'In Memoriam' segment, the Rolling Stones star will be supported by Saadiq when he pays homage to the late soul artist.
In his upcoming memoir 'Life', Keith Richards recalls that he and his bandmates often dared each other by being the most disgusting that the others and the Stones were no match for James Phelge.
Richards recalled his early days with his Rolling Stones bandmate whom he thought was 'very difficult' to be friends with due to his possessiveness.
In a message, the openly gay talk host encouraged people to take action against bullying after learning that Tyler Clementi jumped to river in shame.
A fan of The Rolling Stones, Stacy Ferguson says Mick Jagger is the inspiration behind her energetic stage routine.