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|Paul McCartney will celebrate his 64th birthday on Sunday, the day he sang about in the song "When I'm Sixty-Four."
Britney Spears' rep shot down a Namibian official's claim that the singer was considering giving birth to Sean Preston's sibling in the African nation, a la Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt.
Keith Urban was voted country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll released Friday in Country Weekly magazine.
After winning a dinner date with Beyoncé Knowles on eBay, PETA activists used the opportunity to grill the star about the use of fur in her clothing line, the House of Dereon.
A jury ruled Thursday that The White Stripes did not have to share royalties with Jim Diamond, a producer who worked on the band's first two albums.
Arrest warrant was issued for Boy George after the singer was a no-show at a Friday court hearing, where he was to explain why he'd like to change a community service sentence he received for filing a false police report.
|On the heels of his "American Idol 5" victory, Taylor Hicks has been named the Hottest Bachelor of 2006 by People magazine. Meanwhile, Ford debuted a new commercial starring Hicks on Thursday.
The Rolling Stones are still planning to kick off their tour in Italy next month, according to
the band's spokeswoman, despite reports that Ron Wood had been admitted to alcohol rehab.
EMI Music North America, the third largest record label in the world, has settled a pay-for-play investigation into airtime sold or traded to benefit artists including Norah Jones, the Rolling Stones, and Coldplay. The label has agreed to pay $3.75 million to a music charity and to reform its practices.
An Alabama court awarded Ruben Studdard $2 million in lawsuit the "American Idol" champ brought against his former manager for mishandling more than $200,000 of his personal money.
Sheryl Crow and John Mayer have announced a co-headlining U.S. tour, kicking off Aug. 24 in Pittsburgh.
An appeals court in Vietnam upheld Gary Glitter's conviction on child molestation charges and his three-year prison sentence Thursday, despite the glam rocker's insistent protests of his innocence.
One of two men who allegedly tried to sell Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's stolen wedding video back to the couple for $1 million pled guilty Wednesday to attempted grand larceny.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame honored Peter, Paul and Mary with the Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award on Thursday in recognition of the folk trio's musical impact.
|The surviving members of the Beach Boys reunited for the first time in 10 years Tuesday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pet Sounds and the double platinum certification of Sounds of Summer: The Very Best of the Beach Boys.
Missy Elliott will play herself in
the big-screen version of her life story, Universal Pictures announced. We bet that was a tough casting call to make.
Seven months after his conviction for child molestation, the NFL is asking teams not to play Gary Glitter's "Rock and Roll Part Two" on game day. Players reportedly on board with the request, an NFL spokesman told the Boston Globe. However, things might change, should Glitter's appeal, scheduled for Thursday, prove successful.
Von Bondies frontman Jason Stollsteimer testified Tuesday that Jack White once stuck an obscenity-laden warning note to his door with a knife. Stollsteimer took the stand in the trial of a federal lawsuit brought by a producer who worked on the first two White Stripes albums and claims he deserves a cut of the profits.
|Heather Mills McCartney is planning to take legal action against U.K. tabloid News of the World over a story alleging that she worked as a prostitute in her 20s, her lawyers said Tuesday. However, she's planning to hold off on the lawsuit until her divorce from Paul McCartney is finalized.
Bob Dylan is releasing Modern Times, his first new album in five years, on Aug. 29. Meanwhile, Martin Scorsese's 2005 documentary on the singer, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, taking home the grand prize and the arts documentary prize at the 27th Banff Rockie Awards on Monday night.
Kevin Aviance, the singer who was assaulted in Manhattan's East Village by a group of youths yelling anti-gay slurs, left the hospital Monday with his jaw wired shut and his fractured left leg in a brace. Aviance has said he hopes that the incident will raise awareness about such attacks.
Usher paid a visit to Biloxi, Mississippi, on Wednesday to draw attention to the ongoing rebuilding efforts there in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
|Britney Spears is defending her marriage to Kevin Federline in an interview scheduled to air on "Today" and "Dateline" Thursday. The pop princess called her marriage "awesome" and denied reports that Federline had taken up residence in the basement of their home.
Bob Seger is releasing
Face the Promise, his first album in 11 years in Sept. 12. The first single, "Wait For Me" will be released ahead of the album.
Korn was forced to cancel the remainder of its European tour, due to lead singer Jonathan Davis coming down with a blood ailment, the band said in a statement. The band is still expected to headline this summer's Family Values Tour.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources