Justin Bieber flubbed his way through a club performance of his Luis Fonsi collaboration Despacito on Tuesday after forgetting the lyrics to his Spanish smash.
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Justin Bieber’s rumoured ex Hailey Baldwin has replaced Twilight star Kristen Stewart’s girlfriend as Maxim magazine’s sexiest woman.
Katy Perry has spoken for the first time about her feud with Taylor Swift, insisting the 27-year-old singer “started it”.
X-Men producers are planning to bring Jennifer Lawrence back to the sci-fi franchise for their new project, Dark Phoenix.
Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau’s attorney claims Robin Thicke and his brother are bullying her over their late father’s estate.
Tom Hardy has signed on to star as supervillain-turned-antihero Venom in a new film.
From homicidal, power-hungry politicians to waffle-loving telekinetic tweens, Netflix has cemented itself as the destination for awesome original TV shows that can’t be found anywhere else.
Actress Robin Wright left a casting audition mortified when she was rejected for having the wrong type of breasts.
The Pemberton Music Festival in British Columbia has filed for bankruptcy and this year’s event has been cancelled.
Cher is not impressed with any of her pop hits from the 1970s.
Clueless star Alicia Silverstone would love to have another crack at playing Batgirl on the big screen.
Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons is suffering the after affects of his weekend wedding after coming down with a heavy cold.
Katy Perry startled art lovers on Saturday by appearing body-less for an installation at the Whitney Museum in New York City to promote her new single.
Megadeth paid a special tribute to Chris Cornell during a gig in Japan on Thursday night, hours after learning the Soundgarden singer had died.
Chris Cornell had become one of the most lauded and respected contemporary lead singers in rock music, thanks to his charismatic energy onstage and wide vocal range.
Things are going to get a little weird next week, as rEvolver Theatre Festival pulls the trigger on its fifth annual outing.
Based in New York City, busking phenomenons Too Many Zooz gained mass attention when one of their performances in a NYC Subway Station went viral.
A year after Prince's shocking death from an accidental fentanyl overdose, The Revolution, his Purple Rain-era backing band, are back out on the road.