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Managers for Metallica and John Legend are among the artists who say that halftime is not for sale.
The MTV Video Music Awards continued its tradition of sweet and shocking moments.
With some twerking and shaking, the leading ladies of pop music dominated the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.
As Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards ceremony looms, there is stiff competition to deliver the show's next most outrageous stunt.
LISTEN: This week's top pop songs, according to the latest Billboard charts.
The Beatles legend is worth an estimated $1.2 billion.
Mark David Chapman is awaiting a decision over whether he will finally be freed from prison after his eighth parole case this week.
Justin Bieber's entourage has reportedly cost a Niagara Falls border patrol guard her job.
The pop star has obtained a restraining order against a man who was found lurking around her home last week.
He can afford fancy lawyers, Lamborghini rentals, and $75,000 visits to a gentleman's club, but there's one thing even Bieber's money can't buy.
Jennifer Lopez is adding author to her resumé, with her first book due out this fall.
The "Problem" collaborators are dominating the Billboard Hot 100 with three mentions apiece.
The hip hop super-couple has no plans of splitting up, Beyoncé's mother says.
The "Back to Black" singer will be honored with a life-size bronze sculpture.
The "Awesome Mix" of retro songs featured in "Guardians of the Galaxy" topped the weekly album chart for a second week.
The artists are among those being considered to perform for the halftime show of the NFL's biggest game.
The troubled pop star faces yet another lawsuit from an angry photographer.
Over 30 costumes and accessories from Madonna's life onstage and onscreen will be up for sale.
For author Mark Lewisohn, telling the story of the rock band the way it deserves to be told will take time - a quarter-century, to be exact.
Kramer's son Jesse who took over his dad's drum seat when the band hit the stage.