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  • Justin Timberlake Apologizes for BET Awards Tweet Controversy
    Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar's show-opening performance and the emotional Prince tributes weren't the only moments from the BET Awards making headlines Sunday night: Justin Timberlake found in a Twitter dispute.  Timberlake tweeted that he was "#inspired" by Jesse Williams' humanitarian award acceptance speech. A barrage of Twitter followers, specifically one...
  • See Canaan Smith Crack an Acoustic 'Summer Six Pack'
    Last year marked the end of a legendary era, as the Muscular Dystrophy Association announced it would no longer broadcast its Labor Day telethon. Founded and hosted by comedian Jerry Lewis, the annual show began in 1966, with each year boasting a long list of superstar guests — from Frank...
  • Slipknot Singer Talks Marilyn Manson Gross-Out Contest, Tour
    Two of shock metal's most potent acts – Slipknot and Marilyn Manson – are set to embark on a co-headlining tour on Tuesday. It's a pairing that Corey Taylor, Slipknot's crash-test-dummy-masked frontman, feels makes perfect sense. "I love his music," the singer says in an interview conducted before his...
  • Pam Tillis Prepares Seventies-Inspired New Album
    It's been nearly three years since Pam Tillis put out an album of original in the form of Dos Divas, the colorful 2013 project she recorded with her pal Lorrie Morgan. It's even farther back — nearly 10 years — since Tillis' last solo album Rhinestoned appeared in 2007.  Tillis, who...
  • Hear Steven Tyler's Funky New Song 'We're All Somebody From Somewhere'
    Steven Tyler will release his first-ever solo album, We're All Somebody From Somewhere, on July 15th. The title track, which Tyler performed live last week on NBC's Today Show, is a funky mix of horns, drum loops and the Aerosmith frontman's unmistakable scat vocals. In between lyrics name-checking Biloxi, Mississippi,...
  • BET Awards 2016: 20 Best and Worst Moments
    The 16th annual BET Awards took over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles last night, featuring a mix of pop, rap and R&B A-listers. Though the chaotic state of America and the shadow of Prince's passing gave the broadcast a somewhat somber air, there were still electric performances from Beyoncé, Usher,...