Despite reports that they are bickering when it comes to working out custody of their twins, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are teaming up this weekend for a preview of ‘Q’Viva: The Chosen,’ a live performance special featuring acts discovered during an extensive talent search through 21 Latin countries.
Casey Abrams can now call Paul McCartney “labelmate.” The hirsute sixth-place finisher in last year’s ‘American Idol’ competition has inked a deal with Concord Music Group, which is home to former Beatle McCartney as well as Carole King and Rush.
As Nick Cannon continues to recover from mild kidney failure, Mariah Carey is passing along good news about her husband’s progress. “Nick is in stable condition with a good prognosis, hopefully he’ll be discharged within 2 days,” she tweeted today. “As always he’s laughing and in good spirits.”
The publisher of Dutch magazine Jackie, which came under fire for publishing an article about Rihanna that used racial slurs, has released a statement in which he seems to claim that the mag has nothing to apologize for, even after its editor resigned due to the controversy.
When it comes to popular music, Michael Buble is Mr. Christmas for 2011. The crooner claims the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album chart for the second consecutive week with 293,000 copies sold of his ‘Christmas’ album, which shows no signs of slowing down.
After the Grammy Awards were announced last week, Katy Perry talked about the inspiration for her twice-nominated hit song ‘Firework,’ declaring it an anti-bullying anthem that was inspired by legendary beat writer Jack Kerouac.
Katy Perry has made the cut as one of Barbara Walters’ Most Fascinating People of the Year. The ‘Teenage Dream’ singer will sit down with the legendary broadcaster for an interview to air on Dec. 14 at 9:30PM ET.
In a week full of strong new entries that included Rihanna‘s ‘Talk That Talk,’ a month-old holiday record from Michael Buble tops the Billboard 200. The pop crooner’s ‘Christmas’ album inches up to No. 1, becoming his third chart-topper.
As the creator of ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You,’ the only song of the past 20 years strong enough to become a holiday classic, Mariah Carey has an obvious talent for writing festive songs for the season. On ‘When Christmas Comes,’ she joins John Legend for a sultry duet about giving the gift of love.
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