News 31 - 45 of 189
The British/Irish boyband cancels their show at the country's Jockey Club venue due to 'logistical complication.'
Swift tops the list of DoSomething.org's most charitable celebrities of 2013 with her various contributions to people in need, while Harry Styles and his bandmates are in second place.
According to a source, the British/Irish boyband will return to work in March to begin tour rehearsals.
Members of the band record themselves in a video and send it to the family of Claire Davis who is in coma after being shot at Arapahoe High School.
Before performing on the show, the British/Irish boyband joins Paul Rudd and his 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' castmates for an a capella version of 'Afternoon Delight'.
In another sketch, the 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' star pitches himself as a sixth member of the British/Irish boyband.
John has been expressing his concerns about such shows like 'X Factor' that create 'products' instead of creatives.
The British/Irish boyband will bring their 'Where We Are' tour to Toronto in early August 2014 before visiting Washington, Philadelphia, Houston and other cities in the U.S..
Perry opens the awards show with a Japan-inspired performance while Timberlake sings 'a song about alcohol' and One Direction plays their 'Story of My Life'.
Imagine Dragons wins Favorite Alternative Artist, Rihanna receives the Icon Award, while Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift win other awards.
The British/Irish boyband's third studio effort makes its way out online just a week before the official version hits the store on November 25.
The new video features members Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan developing old pictures of them and their precious ones
The anticipated visuals, which Simon Cowell calls 'the best one d video yet,' is set to be released on Sunday, November 3.
The British/Irish boyband's new track serves as the second cut off their upcoming release, 'Midnight Memories', which will hit the stores on November 25.