The 2012 Grammy Awards were chock full of amazing performances, with Bruno Mars opening the show with a vivacious, dance-filled performance of his song ‘Runaway.’ Alicia Keys paid homage to the late Etta James, while fellow soulful diva Jennifer Hudson gave an outstanding tribute performance to Whitney Houston, who died just one night before the 2012 Grammys. Adele made her comeback with a rousing performance of ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ while Chris Brown was also welcomed back with open arms after performing ‘Turn Up the Music’ and ‘Beautiful People.’
The 2012 Grammy Awards are finally here! Tonight on the televised awards ceremony, the stage was overflowing with explosive performances from a variety of artists in the pop, R&B, hip-hop and rock genres.
The Katy Perry divorce drama continues as TMZ releases a new report stating that Russell Brand is no gold digger. Despite the fact that the songstress and her soon-to-be ex-husband did not sign a pre-nuptial agreement prior to their October 2010 wedding, Brand isn’t looking to capitalize off of their split.
It’s only a few more days until ‘Glee‘ premieres their Michael Jackson episode, and in order to get Gleeks pumped for the upcoming tribute to the King of Pop, Fox has unleashed a sneak peek to the Internet. In the clip, Gleeks can witness Darren Criss (AKA Blaine) and his fellow WMHS songbirds take on Michael Jackson’s hit ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin.’
Even though Janet Jackson is inspiring people to be healthier with her NutriSystem campaign, the singer has a lot of animal rights activists shaking their heads in disapproval. The ‘Rhythm Nation’ singer has been named the 2011 ‘Grinch of the Year’ by PETA for choosing to wear animal products such as leather and fur.
Justin Bieber filmed his Christmas special for MuchMusic yesterday, Dec. 21, taking the stage in Canada for the taping of ‘Home for the Holidays.’ During the show, the Biebs melted fans’ hearts by bringing his little sister Jazmyn onto the stage for an adorable duet.
It’s official! Britney Spears is engaged to marry Jason Trawick. According to sources at People, Trawick got down on one knee and popped the question to Spears last night (Dec. 15) on the eve of his 40th birthday.
The 2012 Grammy nominees were announced at the Grammy Nominations Concert Live!!, where Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ludacris plus many more performed. All 78 categories were announced, with the biggest Grammy categories receiving special televised attention.
Even if Dr. Conrad Murray was looking to capitalize off of his story concerning Michael Jackson‘s death, one man is claiming he was writing about the pop star’s untimely passing long before the media. In what is surely one of the most twisted and bizarre lawsuits of all time, a man named Everett Watson is looking to sue MSNBC over an interview with Conrad Murray after the death of Michael Jackson. Watson has cited copyright infringement as the offense, since he was working on writing a movie called ‘Murder of Michael Jackson: The Perfect Murder.’
Justin Bieber is just one of the names on the performance lineup for the upcoming holiday special ‘Christmas for Washington.’ Neon Limelight reports that Bieber and several other musicians will perform for TNT’s Christmas concert, which will be recorded on location in Washington D.C.
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