The 2015 Billboard Music Awards was a Taylor Swift affair. The ceremony opened with her much-anticipated futuristic revenge fantasy video for “Bad Blood,” and the night continued to work in her favor. Taylor nabbed eight awards – including Top Artist – and even engaged in some congratulatory PDA
This week we get a full-length album from the unlikely duo of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy joins forces with his young son as “Tweedy,” Lenny Kravitz offers up his latest, The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas releases his second solo record and debuts a new back-up band the Voidz,
quicklist: 1 title: Seattle Seahawks Create Mini Earthquake text: Seattle Seahawks fans were so excitable Monday night that they apparently registered a mini earthquake in the stadium. Those rowdy fans jumped up and down so hard during a 22-yard fumble return for a touchdown that they created a
'America's Got Talent' Stuttering Singer Timothy Michael Poe Pulls Latest Hoax
Could a new dream candidate suddenly jump into the Republican presidential race? That’s the question we started with today on the Bottom Line, an idea that even former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says is possible if the primary contest remains divided. New Jersey Governor Chris...
Van Halen has confirmed details about their hotly anticipated new studio effort and plans for a major North American tour to support the recording. The album will be titled A Different Kind of Truth and, as expected, will hit stores on February 7. The first...
Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing in the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
With a little help from our “GMA” Facebook fans… eight more things we LOVE about the ’80s! Get ready for “GMA’s” Totally Awesome ’80s week starting this Monday! 9) Gayla Rush Johnson: Shoulder pads; weren’t they just awesome. I watch old clips of Dynasty...
While Bret Michaels continues to fight for his life after suffering a brain hemorrhage and developing a condition that causes seizures , his rock star lifestyle has come under focus. Amazingly, the rocker is conscious and talking slowly, his rep told People magazine Wednesday. As the frontman for
When Americans think about indie rock bands, they don't normally imagine a band from China. But a new tour featuring artists from China has been introducing cities on the East Coast to a fresh new sound. Solo artist Xiao He, and the bands Carsick Cars and P.K. 14, all from Beijing, blasted China's