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The black-and-white music video revolves around a lone man who is gunned down by his foe after exchanging a gunfire with his foe.
Sade leads nominations in music field with four, Herbie Hancock follows her with three, and the likes of Willow Smith and Kanye West get double nods.
The country music album 'You Get What You Give' bows atop the albums list with 153,000 copies, giving Zac Brown Band their best sales week.
Marching through New York playing instruments on their way to their concert at Terminal 5, The Roots and John Legend also brought surprise with star-studded guests.
Taking part in American Express Unstaged live series, the filmmaker would document the two acts' collaboration at Madison Square Garden.
Michael C. Hall, James Lemar and the other cast dive into the thought of Dexter after the tragedy that left him scarred and actually feel 'human'.
'The song is about what it would be like if I actually let my guard down,' she said of the 'Speak Now' lead single.
James Franco's Aron Ralston has a great time enjoying his adventure at a canyon in Utah, but it all ends when he is trapped between the cliffs.
Speaking about his works for such movies as 'Tron Legacy' and 'Piranha 3-D', Neville Page also reveals that he has done 'the range, the gamut' of design work on 'Super 8'.
Heidi is said already talking business with co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment over her sex tape and she allegedly wants him to provide her with the sales numbers on Kim Kardashian's sex tape.
Legend was surrounded by the beauties while giving a soulful medley of his own song as well as classic 'I Love Every Little Thing About You'.
The 'Do the Right Thing'-inspired music video urges people to take part in an action to change the world to be a better place.
The world war-themed music video sees only one person who can survive a bloody, violent and hopeless march.
The second full trailer from the drama gives preview to Charlie embarking on a journey to find his lover who is missing on her trip.
The Slim Shady forces Drake to fall to the second position and scores the biggest chart debut at No. 1 since AC/DC opened big with 'Black Ice' in 2008.