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Michelle Dockery confirms that the newly-widowed daughter of Lord Grantham will have 'a few potential suitors,' but she doesn't 'even know where it's going yet.'
Kanye will do anything to protect his kid and his baby mama, additionally saying that he fell to peer pressure when apologizing to Swift about his rude VMAs interruption.
The three country music superstars come together for another live performance of their collaboration ballad 'Highway Don't Care'.
The country music superstar revealed she's on her way to writing new material for follow-up to her album 'Red'.
Clyde Phillips will return as showrunner for the Edie Falco comedy in the new season.
News about Bieber's plan to go to space is revealed by Richard Branson, who writes on Twitter that the 'Baby' singer and his manager will be his company's 'future astronauts.'
Clark Kent and Lois Lane share a warm embrace and a passionate kiss amid destruction in the video for Zack Snyder's film, introducing Henry Cavill and Amy Adams as the couple.
Underwood gives a touching tribute with 'See You Again' while Swift sings 'Red' from her album of the same title.
A young version of Swift and Sheeran become inseparable best friends who share the same interest in music.
Also spotted coming to join the country music celebration are Sheryl Crow who dons a white dress with sassy cutout and Kelly Pickler who flaunts her cleavage in a sparkly number.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer takes the stage to join Mick Jagger singing 'As Tears Go By'.
Taylor shares an advice to Michelle during rehearsals and the protege of Usher makes Blake Shelton jealous with her performance of 'I Knew You Were Trouble'.
Mick Jagger and Co. will have the country-pop superstar as special guest performer in their concert tonight.
Neighbors of Swift's Rhode Island mansion are reportedly upset because they are not able to go to the public beach comfortably due to the singer's tight security.
The '22' singer dodges a question about Selena and Justin, hinting that it's more than people could handle.