Janet Jackson, and the Jackson family in general, have not had much of a history of explicitly aligning themselves with social or political causes. But accepting her award, Jackson made a statement.
Michelle Pfeiffer shared that it’s "little embarrassing" to hear the song "Uptown Funk" when you're mentioned in the lyrics.
Avril Lavigne has been named the most "dangerous woman" on the internet. Cybersecurity firm McAfee revealed that Avril tops the list of celebrity searches who are most likely to give your computer a virus or malware.
Aug. 24 marks National Waffle Day, and what better place to celebrate than Waffle House? Here's a look at some of the stars who love chowing at the chain.
Bruno Mars revealed during his Saturday concert in Auburn Hills, Michigan that he had donated $1 million to aid victims of the water crisis in Flint.
Everyone’s Spidey senses were tingling when “Spider-Man: Homecoming” stars Zendaya and Tom Holland swung by “Lip Sync Battle.”
Had they known in advance, the producers of the Grammys could have promoted Sunday night’s broadcast with the slogan: “The Grammys: Come For The Music, Stay For the Drama.” I mean drama on every level. Going into the evening, the awards ceremony was cast as a battle between two women whose fame requires only one name apiece — Beyoncé and Adele — who were going head-to-head in the major categories this year. The lead-up to the final awards — song and album of the year — strongly suggested that if there were any justice, Beyoncé would take the trophies home.
There were plenty of standout moments during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night, and Beyoncé’s almost 10-minute-long performance will be remembered for years to come. Queen Bee was in full maternal mode during a performance that included spoken-word excerpts from her Lemonade album, images of her mother, Tina, and daughter, Blue Ivy, and a gravity-defying chair. Beyoncé’s performance was just one of many that stood out.
Music legend Stevie Wonder and pop princess Ariana Grande kicked off the live finale of The Voice Tuesday night, joined by the top 12 contestants to sing "Faith."
Bruno Mars kicked off the American Music Awards Sunday with some of his “24K Magic,” and that was just the beginning of a long night with amazing performances.
We’re not sure exactly why Joe Jonas is handing out fake mustaches, but we’re going to say it’s one of his better ideas. Bruno Mars, the apparent new king of Movember, took to Instagram on Monday to thank the band DNCE, which Jonas fronts, for his new “GENIUS disguise,” calling it a “game changer.” GAME CHANGER ALERT???? thanks to the band @dnce for this GENIUS disguise. I'm bout to hit the town! A photo posted by Bruno Mars (@brunomars) on Nov 7, 2016 at 3:45am PST
Following a Twitter exchange yesterday (July 21) regarding a perceived VMA snub, Nicki Minaj is frustrated and Taylor Swift is miffed – but Bruno Mars is trying to make light of their heated (or just plain awkward?) Twitter back-and-forth. The “Uptown Funk!” singer started tweeting taunts at fellow VMA video of the year nominee Ed Sheeran to parody the Swift/Minaj exchange that exploded Tuesday afternoon.
The “Uptown Funk” singer was on the big stage just two years ago for Super Bowl XLVIII with special guests Red Hot Chili Peppers, followed by Katy Perry last year. This time around, a source confirmed, Mars was asked to “curate” the halftime show, meaning we could probably expect some impressive guests to join him, if he agrees.
Jonathan Brady/PA Kanye West has said he’s sorry to Beck and Bruno Mars, just hours after breaking down in tears in a radio interview. Kanye also said he’s sorry for remarks he made about 29-year-old singer-producer Bruno Mars. The hip-hop star infamously interrupted Taylor Swift when she won the award for best female video at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009. Meanwhile, Kanye broke down in tears during an interview with Radio 1′s Zane Lowe.