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Kanye West Cried for Mom During Paris Performance

November 19, 2007 04:50:30 GMT


Missing a billed performance at Victoria's Secret fashion show apparently was not enough time for Kanye West to grieve over his mother's sudden death. The rapper lost control of his tears while performing in Paris on Saturday, November 17.

He may started off the gig at Paris' Le Zenith smoothly but the decision to do his piece 'Hey Mama' for the last song, has driven personal emotion for West. According to AllHipHop.com, the rapper wanted to honor his mother with the song but choked in tears before finishing it.

Full Winners of 2007 American Music Awards

November 19, 2007 04:27:03 GMT


It was time to announce Rap/Hip-Hop category at this year's American Music Awards. Coming out as the first winner from the genre was Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. They won the title Favorite Band, Duo or Group, beating heavy contenders such as Shop Boyz who launched their success through single 'Party Like a Rock Star' and teen heartthrobs group, Pretty Ricky.

Few minutes later, Rihanna who performed 'Umbrella' earlier that night, ascended the stage again to take Favorite Female 'R'n'B Artist. Her winning snubbed Beyonce Knowles' chance to earn a title that night. Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie also added the pressure for Knowles when she took Favorite Pop/Rock Female award soon after.

35th American Music Awards Update: Third Winning for DAUGHTRY

November 19, 2007 03:39:12 GMT


Though a no-show, Justin Timberlake won his second statuette at 2007 American Music Awards through his album 'FutureSex/LoveSounds'. He beat Beyonce Knowles' 'B'Day' and R. Kelly's 'Double Up' to take Favorite R'n'B Album.

And it looks like the big winner in the event might eventually be DAUGHTRY. The rock band took their third winning when Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens from High School Musical called their name for Favorite Pop/Rock Album.

Next 35th AMAs Winners: Carrie Underwood and High School Musical 2

November 19, 2007 02:41:11 GMT


More winners are unveiled at the 2007 Music Music Awards. After Justin Timberlake took his first winning, it was time to announce Favorite Soundtrack Album. Among 'Dreamgirls', 'Hairspray' and 'High School Musical 2', the very last one triumphed, sending its cast such as up on the stage to take the honor.

Beating Martina McBride and Taylor Swift is Carrie Underwood who snatched Favorite Female Artist. Rock band DAUGHTRY who have won Breakthrough Artist Award earlier that evening once again back on the stage to take Favorite Artist for Contemporary Music category.

Early Winners of 2007 American Music Awards, Justin Timberlake and Akon

November 19, 2007 02:10:47 GMT


One of the biggest music awards events of the year is announcing its winners who are voted by public for the first time in 35 years. Held live from Los Angeles on Sunday, November 18 and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, is 35th American Music Awards.

The first artist to be up on stage is DAUGHTRY who snagged Favorite Breakthrough Artist, beating Plain White T's and R'n'B singer Robin Thicke. Next up is Rascal Flatts who took the title Favorite Band, Duo or Group for Country Category, beating Brooks & Dunn and Big & Rich.

No Acoustic Album From Fall Out Boy, Confirmed

November 17, 2007 07:09:28 GMT


Fall Out Boy have made it clear through an interview with MTV News on Tuesday (November 13) that they will not record a folk album. They don't even know yet when the recording is going to be finished.

"There was something that got misconstrued," said vocalist Patrick Stump on the rumor that has been circulating. "(Guitarist) Pete (Wentz) was saying something about folk music, and I was saying something about folk music."

New Video: Lyfe Jennings' 'Cops Up'


November 17, 2007 06:37:45 GMT


Lyfe Jennings will soon release the first single from his 2008 album, 'Change', but first of all he put a music video to it. Premiered is the clip for lead single 'Cops Up'.

The video took the set of East Coast area when when power supply was cut in New York state back in 2003. The residents of the community were pictured outside their homes, enjoying the benefit of their togetherness during the black out.

Justin Timberlake Mocks Britney Spears' Rehab Stint in Song?

November 17, 2007 04:48:37 GMT


The rumor that Justin Timberlake has written a song for his ex, Britney Spears, was partly confirmed by Duran Duran's drummer Roger Taylor. The band's song 'Falling Down' that was written by Timberlake is said to be "loosely based on" Britney's fall.

"I suppose it's loosely based on her, but not only on one celebrity - just celebrity culture in general," Taylor said. "A lot of young celebrities seem to disappear into rehab. So it's kind of like, what could be happening in your wildest dream in that rehab center?"

Spice Girls Performed Live First Time in 9 Years, the Videos


November 17, 2007 03:57:19 GMT


After nine non- 'spicy' years, music industry is finally sprinkled again with a dust of Spice Girls live performance. The reunited band performed on Victoria's Secret fashion show on Thursday, November 15, singing both their old and new songs.

The girls opened the show in military suits, singing their 1998 hit 'Stop' before coming back the stage in more glamorous mood for their newest score, 'Headlines'. The show was taped in Los Angeles and will be aired by CBS on December 4.

50 Cent Doubts Future Eminem Tours


November 17, 2007 03:05:31 GMT


In an interview with MTV Base News, 50 Cent discussed his tour experience while revealing on the possible reason why his mentor, Eminem, has not come down to the road as often as him.

"I've toured more than him because he has Hailie, and he likes to physically be at the house," 50 said. "A lot of people don't know the reason behind him touring less - but Hailie would put boxes in front of the door thinking this would stop him going."

Video Premiere: Sugababes' Seasonal 'Change'


November 17, 2007 02:31:34 GMT


A new music video from Sugababes was premiered yesterday (November 16) on U.K.'s Channel 4. The girl-group pulled title track 'Change' as their second single and decided to go with a concept in its video.

Each of the member represents a season through heavy makeups, Keisha Buchanan being blooming Spring, Amelle Berrabah being both Summer and Winter, and Heidi Range being the leafy Autumn.

Regina Spektor Collapsed Shortly Before Performing

November 16, 2007 09:41:05 GMT


Just when she was about to serve her gig in Nashville, Regina Spektor collapsed and was rushed to hospital. The folk singer was forced to cancel the gig, that was held on Wednesday, November 14, at the last minute, refunding the tickets to disappointed fans.

A statement released by Spektor's rep explained her sudden health scare. It said, "Last night in Nashville, TN, following her sound check at the Ryman Auditorium, Regina Spektor was taken to a local hospital after collapsing due to a severe inner ear infection which caused a sudden case of vertigo."

Decide Nicole Scherzinger's Third Solo Single!

November 16, 2007 09:25:47 GMT


Despite the push back of her album, Nicole Scherzinger is planning to release the third single from her debut solo album soon. The Pussycat Dolls singer is asking fans to vote among her four tunes to be the next single.

Scherzinger posted a message on her official site: "Calling all Nicole and all Pusssycat Dolls fans! We want to hear what you, the fans, think Nicole's next single should be!" Fans are required to log on to the site to preview the nominated tracks and vote for their favorite.

Elliott Yamin Premieres Video of 'One Word'


November 16, 2007 09:15:14 GMT


Three months after putting his first single from debut album, Elliott Yamin finally pulls the second one. The track 'One Word' hit the street on November 16 and its music video has just been premiered.

It was reported sometime ago that the clip is directed by Shaun Peterson in Nashville.

My Chemical Romance's Guitarist Taking Leave From Tour

November 16, 2007 05:17:04 GMT


After bassist Mikey Way took his break from My Chemical Romance earlier this year, it's guitarist Frank Iero's turn to take his. Iero is forced to miss the band's U.K. tour that will soon end on Saturday, November 17, due to a family illness.

The band that is comprised of five personnel is now down to 3 original members since drummer Bob Bryar also took a rest after a wrist injury earlier this year. Commenting on this vocalist Gerard Way said, "We've been through a lot of stuff on this record, dealt with life situations and stuff. Ultimately it's gonna be a little different and look a little different, but we're ready for this."
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