Sony BMG Music Entertainment MILLIVANILLI, a documentary about the disgraced late ’80s/early ’90s pop duo, is coming to Paramount+. The documentary will start streaming this fall on the platform after debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10. It tells the story of two German models and dancers, Robert Pilatus andRead More →

In 2021, Mariah Carey bought a home in an Atlanta suburb for $5.65 million, but according to The Wall Street Journal, she’s just sold it at a loss. Originally listed for $6.5 million, the mansion sold for $4.3 million, the paper reports. Mariah bought the 12,600-square-foot home, which sits on 4 acres, to beRead More →

ABC As Jay-Z once said, “I’m not a businessman; I’m a business, man!” Replace “man” with “woman” and you’ve got the singers who’ve made it onto Forbes’ list of the 100 Richest Self-Made Women in America. The highest-ranking musician is Rihanna, who’s at #20 with a wealth of $1.4 billion. Of course, her vast wealth primarily comes fromRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Billy Joel‘s historic monthly residency at New York’s Madison Square Garden will come to an end next year. It was announced Thursday that Billy’s Garden show in July 2024, the 150th MSG show of his career, will be his final residency performance. Joel’s September show at MSG willRead More →

Warner Records Cher‘s 1995 album It’s a Man’s World is being reissued as a deluxe, limited edition vinyl box set on June 23. The album features Cher’s well-known version of Marc Cohn‘s “Walking In Memphis,” as well as the hit single “One By One.” It also includes Cher’s versions of songs previously recorded by Tina Turner, DonRead More →

Joseph Okpako/WireImage Lewis Capaldi and Ed Sheeran are close friends, but they also enjoy joking about their mock rivalry on the charts. Last weekend during a performance, Lewis encouraged to crowd to chant “F*** you, Ed!” — and now Ed has responded. According to Billboard, Lewis’ dig at Ed took place at BBC Radio One’sRead More →

L-R: Sara Bareilles, Daveed Diggs, Kelly Rowland; Kwaku Alston On The Voice, the coaches can’t see the contestants until after they’ve heard them sing. Well, on Breakthrough — a new Audible Original that’s the first singing competition developed and launched exclusively as a podcast — the judges didn’t see the contestants untilRead More →