At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, fans might not only see performances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Kanye West, but the reunion of *NSYNC.
Justin Timberlake took fans on a wild goose chase to launch his new video for “Take Back The Night,” which is set on the streets of New York City.
Brooklyn, Chicago and Toronto. Justin Timberlake hasn’t forgotten you. The singer expands his solo tour to include six more stops.
“After careful consideration, I have made the decision to respectfully part ways with RCA. My passion for the music & respect for the fans will always come first,” he said.
The single, which dropped last week and is featured on The 20/20 Experience-2 of 2, shares a title with the Take Back the Night Foundation, a group that looks to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
Despite making headlines for bar brawls and media beefs, Chris Brown and Drake can agree on one thing: their love for Aaliyah.
Avril Lavigne dropped the video for “Here’s To Never Growing Up” on Thursday (May 9), giving visuals to the raucous anthem. While the clip hammers home the point, she recently explained how the rebellious song became the first single from her forthcoming album.
Like a moth to a flame, Alicia Keys can’t seem to stay away from Maxwell in the new video for their sultry duet, “The Fire We Made.”
In the midst of promoting his forthcoming release X, due out this summer, Chris Brown called into Charlotte radio station Power 98 to talk influences and what’s next – including, potentially, a country album and Chris Brown: The Rapper.
Kelly Clarkson took the stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards this weekend in Las Vegas for a standout performance of “Don’t Rush” but it wasn’t her singing that made the headlines. Backstage Clarkson chatted with Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell and revealed that in addition to singing at her wedding, Blake Shelton will be marrying her.