10:35 PM EDT 10/23/2014
Originally posted 10/16/2014 11:30AM
If you hadn't heard of Dr. Luke before Kesha decided to sue him on Tuesday, you are not alone – but believe us, you've heard his work.
Originally posted 10/14/2014 07:00PM
Gavin Rossdale and his wife, Gwen Stefani, don't get a lot of downtime.
"That's why I called my new Bush album Man on the Run," he tells PEOPLE of his band's newest release, out now. "It's such an incredible pace we all live at, and we're all sort of scattered and challenged. There's not enough hours in the day, or days in the week. I have my first afternoon off in three weeks later today, and I'm giddy with excitement! I don't actually know what to do with the time."
Even so, when the rock star's wife, 44, asked if he wanted to join her on The Voice as a mentor for her team this season, he was immediately game to add it into his already packed schedule.
Originally posted 10/14/2014 04:45PM
It's hard to escape Meghan Trainor's hit song, "All About That Bass." It's currently in the top slot on the Billboard Top 40, after all.
Originally posted 10/13/2014 06:15PM
If you've ever thought, "You know what One Direction is missing? Danny DeVito," you are in luck!
Originally posted 10/13/2014 09:00AM
The American Music Awards are about to get extra fancy.
Originally posted 10/10/2014 02:50PM
If you listen really closely to the Swon Brothers' upcoming self-titled debut album, out Oct. 14, you might be able to hear the sound of ping-pong balls hitting the table.
Originally posted 10/10/2014 11:45AM
Taylor Swift is still up in the air about marriage and family.
Originally posted 10/10/2014 10:00AM
Not only was Stevie Nicks light years ahead of her time promoting the whole ethereal gypsy witch aesthetic (you're welcome, American Horror Story: Coven), but she was doing selfies before they were cool. (To be fair, though, Ringo Starr has her beat.)
Originally posted 10/10/2014 09:10AM
Katy Perry will be coming at football fans like a "Dark Horse" this Super Bowl.
Originally posted 10/09/2014 03:30PM
James Marsden earned a little country cred when he appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio show with Lady Antebellum on Wednesday, singing the heck out of the iconic Garth Brooks tune "Friends in Low Places."
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