(Photo: Bauer Griffin | Getty Images)Everyone seems to be in Seth Rogen's new apocalypse comedy This Is the End — Emma Watson, Rihanna, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Channing Tatum, Michael Cera, the Backstreet Boys. And for those who couldn't make the tight filming schedule, there's always a place on the soundtrack. Which brings us to the high-brow track "Take Yo Panties Off," from Snoop Dogg.The track also features This Is the End star Craig Robinson in a back and forth of sexual...Read Full Story
(Fame Flynet) Miley Cyrus has fueled rumors that she and Liam Hemsworth have already tied the knot with her choice of words in her recent Cosmo interview. Also in music news, Cyrus thinks maybe people will hate her upcoming album, even though it's chock full of all kinds of amazing collaborations, Beyoncé kinda sorta addressed the lip-synching scandal, Frank Ocean and Chris Brown got into a brawl over a parking space, Rick Ross escaped a drive-by shooting and was subsequently teased by 50...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)Britney Spears didn't give up all that X Factor money for nothing: She's at work on what may become her best album yet. Also in exciting music news, there's a new Pulp song on the way, Snoop might get sued for misappropriating Rasta culture, Justin Bieber "leaks" abound on the Interwebs, Michelle Williams is being kinda cagey about Destiny Child's Super Bowl plans, and more.Britney: Ready to ConquerBritney Spears' upcoming album is only in the early stages of production, but...Read Full Story
(VEVO)Okay, Justin Timberlake. We get that it's a super big deal that you're making your return to music after years of Alpha Dog-ing around Hollywood. But seriously, no one releases teasers to lyric videos. Not even Justin Bieber. Jeez. But you do look super hot. Admittedly.Also in today's music news, One Direction fans can feast their eyes on very white, very British boyband bodies in the new behind-the-scenes clip for their video "Kiss You," 2 Chainz is making an appearance on 2 Broke...Read Full Story
(Bauer Griffin | Getty Images)Yesterday, reports that Beyoncé Knowles relied on a pre-recorded version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" for her performance at President Obama's Inaugural Ceremony shocked and infuriated fans — many of whom couldn't believe that a vocal powerhouse would ever pull such a stunt. While it's still unclear whether Ms. Knowles' triumphant vocals were perfected in the studio, the incident raises interesting questions about what we actually expect from our pop stars. Also...Read Full Story
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