What could have been a disaster for Taupin's partnership with Elton John became a real-life and onscreen moment that only strengthened their bond.
Netflix, on the 42nd anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, announced that it has ordered the adult animated action comedy series "Agent King" from Priscilla Presley and John Eddie. Authentic Brands Group, Sony Pictures Animation, and Sony Pictures Television are also partners on the show. In the forthcoming series, "Elvis Presley trades in his white jumpsuit […]
There’s no way that Chris Jobe could have predicted that by the time this episode aired, his hometown would be in the news.
Bauhaus singer was rushed to New York hospital with shortness of breath, "had two stents placed in his right coronary artery"
"Blinded by the Light" director Gurinder Chadha and co-writer Sarfraz Manzoor talk about the use of Bruce Spingsteen music in their new crowdpleasing film.
More details are bound to follow on this partnership. And more questions, too. None more pressing than the one that asks Jay-Z about how he went from supporting Kaepernick to cutting deals with the league.
Ironically, by playing ‘50s music at a ‘60s festival, Sha Na Na were somehow ahead of their time.
Two music companies canceled appearances by Placido Domingo and the Los Angeles Opera said Tuesday it would launch an investigation in response to an Associated Press story in which numerous women accused the opera legend of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior spanning decades. Domingo has been general director of the LA Opera since 2003 and previously served as the company's artistic director, jobs that gave him the power to cast roles and — his accusers say — make, or break, careers. Some of the women told the AP that Domingo used his power at the LA company and elsewhere to try to pressure them into sexual relationships, with several saying that he dangled jobs and then sometimes punished them professionally if they refused his advances.
Tina Knowles, mother to Beyoncé and Solange, tells Yahoo Lifestyle that she would design the trio "If they allow me."
The N.F.L., which has been lambasted with criticism over its treatment of Colin Kaepernick and other players kneeling during the national anthem, today made a major stride toward image rehabilitation when news broke that the organization has signed a deal with Jay-Z that will encompass entertainment and social justice efforts. According to the New York […]
Katy Perry is being accused of sexual misconduct by model and actor Josh Kloss, who was her love interest in her 2010 “Teenage Dream” music video.
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Wade Robson, who detailed sexual abuse accusations against Michael Jackson in the HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland,” said on Monday that it is “unfortunate” that MTV will keep the pop icon’s name on its Video Vanguard Award at this year’s VMAs.The network announced Monday that Missy Elliott will be the latest recipient of the award, which was named for Jackson in 1991, before the first molestation accusations against him surfaced in 1993. Robson and another man, James Safechuck, reignited the discussion around Jackson when they spoke at length for the documentary.“I don’t personally need MTV to do one thing or the other, but as child abuse survivors all over the world watch to see whether society will support them or not if they have the courage to come forward, in that regard, it’s an unfortunate choice,” Robson told TheWrap Monday.Also Read: Missy Elliott to Receive Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at MTV VMAsMTV did not immediately respond to requests for comment about its decision to keep Jackson’s name on the award, which it described in a news release Monday as the “VMAs’ highest honor.”The network began handing out the Video Vanguard Award in 1984, when the VMAs were still known as the Video Music Awards. Past recipients have included Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Britney Spears, Kanye West, Rihanna, and P!nk.Jackson was acquitted of child molestation in a 2005 trial involving another minor. The singer also settled another child molestation accusation in 1993. Jackson, who died in 2009, always denied any inappropriate behavior, and his family has denounced the HBO documentary.Also Read: Michael Jackson's Molestation Trial: 10 Bizarre Details You Didn't Know or Totally ForgotBut in “Leaving Neverland,” Robson and Safechuck described in detail how Jackson repeatedly molested them and influenced and tricked their families into trusting him. Robson testified during Jackson’s 2005 trial that Jackson never abused him, but explained in the documentary that he did so in part because he believed Jackson’s life was in danger.Robson is a well-known choreographer who traveled the world with Jackson as a child. He has worked with Spears and NSYNC, among others.Safechuck did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Monday.Read original story Michael Jackson Accuser Wade Robson Criticizes MTV’s ‘Unfortunate Choice’ to Keep Jackson’s Name on Vanguard Award (Exclusive) At TheWrap
The singer/songwriter, who celebrates the milestone birthday on Aug. 30, shared a steamy snapshot of herself in black lingerie by way of a response to an exec criticizing her over her age and social media presence.
Twenty-five years ago, Navarro made his live Red Hot Chili Peppers debut ... with a 60-pound light bulb on his head.
Rapper, producer and songwriter Missy Elliott will receive MTV's Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on Aug. 26 at the 2019 VMAs, Variety has learned exclusively. She will perform live at the awards show for the first time in 16 years. "Missy’s impact on the music landscape is indelible,” said Bruce Gillmer, MTV Intl. co-brand head […]
Frontman Mark Foster has called the apparent death by suicide a "cover-up," speculating that the accused sex trafficker is getting "prepped for plastic surgery" in the Middle East.
K-pop superstar group BTS is taking an extended break to "enjoy the ordinary lives of young people in their 20s, albeit briefly," their agency said Monday. Big Hit Entertainment said a concert Sunday in Seoul was the group's last scheduled performance before the seven members take "vacations" for the first time since their 2013 debut. The agency didn't say when BTS will perform again.