Little Girl Sings Adorable Version of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Girl belts out Queen's hit song and refuses to let her parents join in.
Zac Efron Buys Fan a New Phone, Melissa McCarthy's Character Swap in 'Ghostbusters' and More in Pop News
Get afternoon and even children here are the hottest top news stories buzzing on line right now we don't feel good at a Friday news for one lucky Jack F front man. I probably seen the absolutely. Evening takes from the fat of the new Baywatch movie. Both the back and the rot in the best shape of
Super Bowl 50: The Stories Behind Some of This Year's Ads
Advertisers and creative agencies know for a fact that there are three elements that always play well with Super Bowl audiences: A-list celebrities, babies and animals. Honda chose animals. Lots of them. A production crew of 50, a handful of Honda executives, 40 sheep, two border collies and one
Runaway Cow Spared After Escaping From NYC Slaughterhouse
A New Jersey animal sanctuary has saved a cow that escaped from a New York City slaughterhouse yesterday. The Jamaica-Archer Live Poultry and Meat Market gave the cow to the animal sanctuary Friday morning, Tahmena Shafqat, who works at the market, told ABC News. Mike Stura, who runs the Skylands
Remembering David Bowie
Fans in shock as musical legend succumb to cancer just as his final album was released.
Chris Walla Releases His First Album Since Leaving Death Cab For Cutie
Beach House’s “Thank Your Lucky Stars” Beach House’s last album, “ Depression Cherry” was only released on Aug. 28. Two weeks ago the duo announced that they had “Thank Your Lucky Stars” in the pipeline and frankly, their label, Sub-Pop, deserves credit for allowing them to release two albums in
Seinfeld's Iconic Apartment Recreated in NYC
Come on in. Time for "Pop news," everybody. You know, they say Thursday is all about the throwback so here at "Pop." We call it pop back Thursday. That's why Cher is playing. Nice. I do the same move every time. It's the same move. I know, I know. The Carlton. It's like the Carlton. So we'll take a
Music Reviews: The Latest From James Taylor, Adam Lambert, Ryn Weaver and More
This week, singer-songwriter James Taylor drops his first album, mostly consisting of self-penned originals in over a decade, “ American Idol ”-alum Adam Lambert releases his latest album, Internet pop Phenom Ryn Weaver makes a striking debut, Third Eye Blind returns, Slum Village keep a “classic
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Muse, Of Monsters And Men, Sharon Van Etten, Tamia, Ash and More
This week veteran arena-alt-rockers Muse continue to march toward the apocalypse on its latest offering, Icelandic sensation Of Monsters And Men return with a second album, singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten hands in a stirring five-song EP, R&B singer Tamia returns to the major label ranks,