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Using the iPad app Loopy, the Led Zeppelin singer performs a doo-wop version of Gene Chandler's 'Duke of Earl' with Fallon.
The legendary rock band's vocalist is finally reconsidering a tour with former band mates Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.
The frontman of the English rock band got emotional when Heart played one of their classics, 'Stairway to Heaven', at the tribute show.
The David O. Russell-directed dramedy bags the coveted Best Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Editing awards.
The Elizabeth Taylor depicter in 'Liz and Dick' is said to be asking her spiritual guru and friends to write letters to the judge in her case to make sure she isn't sent to jail.
'I'm not saying the film is a documentary of everything that happened, but it's being misread,' so the filmmaker says, weighing in on recent allegation that her film has a pro-torture agenda.
The recently-married Griffin and Plant perform their hits in an intimate benefit show in Austin, Texas.
On the morning of July 5, the 'Twilight Saga' actor's girlfriend gave birth to their first son, Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI.
The album which boasts worldwide hit 'Yeah!' joins a few of CDs that have sold at least 10 million copies in the country.
The Led Zeppelin vocalist releases the clip as a teaser to the upcoming DVD 'Robert Plant and the Band of Joy: Live from the Artists Den'.
The Young Money's female rapper has faith on the newly-leaked material, describing it as a 'pretty song.'
After his proposal to have a date is rejected by Marti, Lewis relieves himself by having sex with Alice.
Selling 1,000 copies more than Trey Songz, Linkin Park are crowned this week's champ of the U.S. albums chart.
Plant reveals that he and Krauss have tried to record the follow-up but postponed the plan because the songs they came up with during a four-day studio session weren't strong enough.
Slash backs Robert Plant for his decision not to reform Led Zeppelin, believing that a series of gigs will ruin the magic of the band's reunion.