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Bonnie Tyler's 1983 hit, "Total Eclipse of the Heart," has climbed to number 1 on the iTunes charts as the popular song became an unofficial anthem for the total solar eclipse. The song, from Tyler's 1982 album, "Faster Than the Speed of Night," surpassed the reggaeton pop hit "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and is priced at $1.29 in the iTunes app. "Total Eclipse of the Heart" is also ahead of other popular songs from artists Liam Payne and Justin Bieber, which fell to numbers 3 and 4.
Bonnie Tyler and DNCE joined forces to perform "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on a cruise ship during the solar eclipse.
Items from Prince's Paisley Park will head to London's O2 Arena in October as part of an exhibit showcasing ephemera from the late icon's career.
The bodyguard for rapper Finese2Tymes was charged with 10 counts of aggravated assault in relation to a July 1st shooting at a Little Rock nightclub.
Foo Fighters "rickrolled" Tokyo's Summer Sonic fest Sunday by having Rick Astley join the band on a grungy version of his "Never Gonna Give You Up."
Britney Spears deviated from her usual 'Piece of Me' concert Saturday to introduce a cover of Bonnie Raitt's "Something to Talk About."
“I mean, George Michael was like a God-gifted voice from the heavens,” said Lambert at the event, where Michael was honored for his philanthropic efforts.
Architects frontman Sam Carter and his band were performing at Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands when Sam spotted something that absolutely outraged…
The day after dancer Carmen de Lavallade became the second Kennedy Center Honors recipient to announce a boycott of the White House reception, Donald and Melania Trump have announced that they will not take part in this year’s festivities. "The president and first lady have decided not to participate in this year’s activities…
Days after Taylor Swift's big victory in her groping trial, the singer shocked fans by deleting content on her social media accounts.
Forty years later, Priscilla Presley recounts the moment she heard about Elvis' death, daughter Lisa Marie's reaction.