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The Gwen Stefani-fronted band and Usher are joined by My Morning Jacket, Fall Out Boy, Mary J. Blige, and Train to raise awareness of eco-friendly environment.
The singer reunites with Pharrell Williams, her 'Hollaback Girl' collaborator and her co-coach in the upcoming season of 'The Voice', for her new projects.
The bassist and his wife Erin Lokitz are now officially proud parents to two daughters, Coco and Saffron.
The Janet Leigh of 'Hitchcock' is allegedly spotted snuggling up with a dark-haired and tall guy at the Beatrice Inn, New York City.
The video shows everything that makes up a perfect dance party and features English singer Cher Lloyd and a cameo from Chris Brown.
Twohy posts a picture of himself with a background that features a big logo of the Vin Diesel-starring movie, while also offering some progress updates on the anti-hero pic.
'If we lose, the night will never end,' so a voiceover says in the video, which reminds viewers when the show will return to HBO.
The Northern-Irish rock guitarist files for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior from Julie Campbell and cites 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason of the breakup.
The red band video offers glimpses at some R-rated behind-the-scene moments involving Emma Stone, Kieran Culkin, Seann William Scott, Johnny Knoxville, Kate Winslet and Halle Berry among others.
Bieber and Minaj give a fierce performance together, while the band No Doubt show they still have what it takes to rock out a crowd.
After consulting several Native American institutions, the rock band realized that their new music video has offended people.
The Anaheim rock group takes up new roles as cowboys and Indians in this video set in the old west.
Police is investigating the prank caller who gave false information about a hostage taking place at the house which belongs to the 'Two and a Half Men' actor.
Rocking an outrageous neon-colored outfit, the Harajuku Barbie shoots the music video for her new song on a set that is transformed into a cartoon-like neighborhood.
The English folk rock band's album 'Babel' sells 600,000 copies, topping Green Day's 'Uno!' and No Doubt's 'Push and Shove' which sit at No. 2 and 3 respectively on Billboard 200.