Courtesy of PBS; Courtesy of Gladys Knight The Four Tops and Gladys Knight are among the many performers who’ll appear at this year’s National Memorial Day Concert on PBS. The concert is normally staged live on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, but due to the pandemic, the eventRead More →

Amy Sussman/FilmMagic After belting out one of her signature high notes upon receiving her first COVID-19 shot, Mariah Carey revealed Tuesday that she went in for shot number two. The singer, who is not a fan of needles, started out the video on a humorous note — where she was allowed toRead More →

Bravo Writing “We Are the World” with Michael Jackson was quite the memorable experience for Lionel Richie. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live Thursday night, Lionel recalled his favorite — or should we say, most terrifying — memory for their unforgettable writing session. “Well, there’s only one that comesRead More →

Kevork Djansezian-Pool/Getty Images Wade Robson, who accused the late Michael Jackson of childhood sexual abuse, had his lawsuit tossed by an L.A. judge on Monday.  This is the third time his case was dismissed. Robson first sued the “Thriller” artist in 2013, claiming he was sexually abused by the singer forRead More →

Kevin Mazur/WireImage The New York Times/FX documentary Framing Britney Spears documented how Justin Timberlake allegedly used the media to make Britney Spears the villain in their breakup.  Now Page Six reports that another documentary is in the works about another female pop star whom fans believe JT threw under theRead More →

Jamie Squire/Getty Images Today marks the fifth anniversary of the passing of Prince, who died on April 21, 2016, an overdose of the painkiller fentanyl. On Wednesday, fans on social media shared their favorite memories, performances and hits from the iconic artist using the hashtag #Prince4Ever. Of course, most fans shared purpleRead More →

Virgin Records April 16 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Janet Jackson’s blockbuster seventh studio album, All for You.  In honor of the milestone, here are five fascinating facts about the album. 5. Janet made All for You after divorcing René Elizondo Jr., whom she’d secretly married inRead More →

© The Prince Estate/Photo: Mike RuizA previously unheard studio album that Prince recorded in 2010 called Welcome 2 America will get its release on July 30 in multiple formats and configurations. The 12-track collection finds Prince musing on a variety of issues and themes that concerned him about the stateRead More →

Jackson Lee/GC ImagesIf you ever happen to forget that Mariah Carey is a true diva, here’s a reminder that she’s the woman who works out in stilettos — sort of. The “We Belong Together” star shared a throwback MTV commercial she shot in the late 2000’s where she’s seen workingRead More →

Nearly five years ago, the legendary Prince unexpectedly passed away.  To mark the somber occasion, the singer’s iconic Minnesota estate, Paisley Park, will open its doors to the public, for free, to celebrate his legacy.  The estate, which Prince hailed as his creative sanctuary, will also put his ashes on display for those whoRead More →