It took the Boss to dethrone Adele from the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Bruce Springsteen‘s ‘Wrecking Ball’ officially debuts at No. 1 this week with approximately 196,000 copies sold, just 1,000 more than Adele’s ’21.’
Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis apparently has a thing for emotional breakup ballads. Kipnis wore a wireless microphone during Wednesday’s Spring Training exhibition game and was heard briefly singing part of Adele‘s ‘Someone Like You’ between pitches.
Coldplay have finalized their 2012 North American tour, adding dance-pop singer Robyn as one of their opening acts, in addition to lining up performances on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ this weekend following the Oscars and at the Amnesty International Secret Policeman’s Ball one week later in New York City.
One of the weirdest little-known details of Osama bin Laden’s life was that he had a serious thing for Whitney Houston. The al-Qaeda terrorist spoke of his “paramount desire” for the singer and said he would even break his “color rule” to have her.
The decision to have Amber Riley’s character, Mercedes, sing Whitney Houston‘s ‘I Will Always Love You’ on this week’s ‘Heart’ episode of ‘Glee‘ was planned weeks ago. But given Houston’s tragic death over the weekend, the show will now be dedicating the entire episode to her.
The Grammy Awards are known for pulling off some unexpected collaborations, and they might have just topped themselves with this one. The Recording Academy announced today that Maroon 5 and Foster the People are teaming up for a performance at this Sunday’s ceremony with the legendary Beach Boys, who haven’t taken the stage together in more than 20 years.
The Broadway-themed musical drama ‘Smash‘ debuted tonight on NBC, with a pilot episode full of drama as two talented actresses from different backgrounds vy for the role of Marilyn Monroe in a new stage show.
Jimmy Fallon says that when he dresses up like Taylor Swift, it’s not a pretty sight. But the late-night comic wants you to tune in anyway to his post-Super Bowl special, in which he plans to impersonate Swift, Justin Bieber and others as part of a parody of ‘The Voice.’
Over the course of a few hours, Britney Spears went from just another fan of ‘Modern Family’ to possibly its next guest star. After tweeting that she loved the ABC comedy, fans immediately began a campaign to get Brit on the show.
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