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Beside tributes to the musicians who died this year, the Sunday, May 20 event will present 'a continuum of great production values from start to finish'.
Contrary to the swirling rumors, a representative for the New Edition member claims the song was written a while back and its music video will feature his fiancee Alicia Etheridge.
'Don't Let Me Die', a single from Brown's new album, is the singer's ode for his ex-wife who died in February of drowning.
Raffles van Exel is trying to clear his name from reports that suggested he was the one who supplied the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker with cocaine before her untimely death.
Jordin Sparks and John Legend are set to join forces in a live performance dedicated to the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
The network has ordered 10 hourlong episodes of the reality show which will feature mainly the late singer's former manager and sister in law.
The special tribute has got approval from the 'I Look to You' singer's family and label partners at Sony.
The ex-husband said the late singer took drugs way before she met him and he did not realize that she still fought the addiction before her death.
Matt Fides, who was the King of Pop's confidant before his death in 2009, revealed that Whitney even moved in to Michael's ranch.
The 'American Idol' rocker announced the birth of his baby girl, giving details of her weights and name.
Full performance clip of Darren Criss covering 'It's Not Right but It's Okay' as well as Lea Michele and Naya Rivera singing a duet of 'So Emotional' has also been made available.
Showing off the fresh look, the 'Dark Tide' actress is all smiles when she's photographed picking up her 4-year-old daughter Nahla from school in Los Angeles.
Darren Criss does 'It's Not Right but It's Okay', Chris Colfer covers 'I Have Nothing', while Lea Michele and Naya Rivera sing a joint rendition of 'So Emotional'.
'Jessie J: Who's Laughing Now' may say she is a hundred percent into women but the singer herself said it's 'untrue'.
It takes four people to harmonize the late singer's No. 1 hit in New Directions' version.