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Keeping his sense of humor intact as he announces his decision to take a break from show business, the former star of 'Friends' says, 'Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web.'
The rapper in particular will be performing two numbers from his latest album 'Lasers' which has done him proud by landing at number one on Billboard album charts.
The newly-unveiled one-sheet for 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II' poster gives a look at bleeding Potter who faces off the fierce Lord Voldemort.
While Kalenna and Dawn Richards play seductive vixens in front of the camea, Diddy and Trey Songz get raunchy with the other scantily-clad ladies.
Selected by fans of the annual music festival for R 'n' B lovers, Kanye West and Mary J. Blige will headline the event along with Trey Songz and many other musicians.
While the Trey Songz video is full of romantic scenes, the J. Cole clip is filled with documentary footage of his concert in France.
Chiefs at Doc Mob Records allege they hired producer Milton James to produce the original but the album only credited Kane Beatz as producer.
He was angry the first time he heard it a year ago but he only decides to let his fans know the truth now.
The BAU team is on the trail of a serial killer targeting families throughout the Midwest.
The country music album 'Bullets in the Gun' arrives with only 71,000 copies, but it's enough to block the other new entries from taking the first slot.
Preventing Lil Wayne from taking the first spot, Kenny Chesney claims his sixth No. 1 album with the latest chart topper 'Hemingway's Whiskey'.
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.
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.