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|Madonna has set a new Guinness World Record as highest paid female singer, raking in an estimated $50 million in 2004. She knocked Britney Spears out of the top spot she'd held since 2001.
Lawyers for Michael Jackson and ex-wife Debbie Rowe are saying the pair have settled
"all the issues" in their ongoing custody dispute, arriving at terms that are "appealing to both of them." No other details were disclosed.
Residents of Missoula, Montana, tried to vain to resell tickets to the Rolling Stones' show next week. Fans who bought seats in bulk have been unable to unload them, with some entertaining offers of less than face value.
Miles Davis was posthumously inducted into Hollywood's RockWalk, with a bronze bust of the iconic musician to be displayed in lieu of the traditional sidewalk handprints.
Don Ho, 76, was released from a Honolulu hospital Thursday after a two-week stay to replace his pacemaker.
Nick Carter told Us Weekly and Howard Stern that he lost his virginity at age 14 to then 15-year-old and now infamous Florida school teacher Debra Beasley LaFave. The 25-year-old teacher was arrested in 2004 for sleeping with one of her eighth grade students.
Avril Lavigne has issued an apology to fans after she was caught flipping off and spitting at photographers twice in one week, saying "my behavior was a reaction to the persistent attack from the paparazzi."
Jeffrey Derderian, one of the owners of the Rhode Island nightclub that caught fire due to faulty pyrotechnics during a 2003 Great White concert, was sentenced to probation Friday after pleading guilty to 100 counts of involuntary manslaughter. His brother, Michael Derderian, was sentenced to four years in prison.
Pete Doherty is in talks to make like on-again girlfriend Kate Moss and design and model a line of clothing for the rocker-friendly British label Gio-Goi.
Jay-Z performed "Song Cry" at London's Royal Albert Hall Wednesday night with surprise musical guest Gwyneth Paltrow.
The Killers will become the first band to perform for three consecutive nights on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Oct. 3-5, to promote their forthcoming album, Sam's Town.
Former 98 Degrees singer Jeff Timmons pled no contest to charges of reckless driving and sentenced to one year's probation, stemming from an arrest in Cocoa Beach, Florida, last April. Timmons was initially arrested for driving under the influence, but officers agreed to amend the charges.
Billy Joel has put his 14.26-acre Long Island estate up for sale for a whopping $37.5 million.
Britney Spears' longtime publicist Leslie Sloan Zelnick is denying Radar Online's report that the pop star pulled a Jessica (or Joe) Simpson and gave her the boot, saying the duo have not parted ways.
|Sean "Diddy" Combs confirmed to Vibe magazine that he's expecting twin girls with his longtime girlfriend, Kim Porter.
Martha Stewart told Associated Press Radio she'd love to have Eminem appear on her "Martha" talk show, as she plays his music in between commercial breaks.
Bono is set be the first guest on former Eurythmics member David A. Stewart's untitled interview show for HBO, described as "musicians on musicians."
"Run's House" rapper Rev Run and wife Justine are mourning the loss of their newborn daughter, who was pronounced dead shortly after her birth Tuesday, according to TMZ.com. Doctors reportedly delivered the baby via C-section, at which time they discovered she was born with organs outside her body.
Ricky Martin is continuing to urge lawmakers to fight the exploitation of children who become victims of human trafficking.
A 1950s tape recording of Bob Dylan (née Bobby Zimmerman) singing a trio of tunes is set to hit the auction block at Dallas' Heritage Auction galleries next month, where it's expected to fetch upwards of $100,000.
Paul Vance, the veteran songwriter who penned "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" and co-wrote "Catch a Falling Star," passed away at his home in Ormond Beach, Florida, Sept. 6. He was 68. Meanwhile, the music world lost another star last week, 77-year-old Danny Flores, a saxophonist who snarled the titular phrase in the '50s classic, "Tequila." He passed away from
|Jimmy Kimmel has been tapped to return as host of the American Music Awards, airing Nov. 21 on ABC.
Rasheeda Ellis, former consultant to Foxy Brown's management company, has dropped two complaints against the rapper, including one accusing her of making terroristic threats. In return, the ladies have
agreed to not contact each other or discuss the case with the media.
Kate Moss and Pete Doherty flaunted their newly sober love in Dublin Monday night, where the rocker performed with his band, Babyshambles, for the first time since checking out of rehab last week.
Michael Jackson has parted ways with Two Seas, the Bahrain-based record label he signed to earlier this year after announcing it would release his first album since 2001.
Janet Jackson told Oprah Winfrey that she hasn't spoken to Justin Timberlake since the 2004 Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction seen 'round the world, saying he left her hanging, and that they'll reconcile "in [her] own time."
"American Idol" season three finalist Jon Peter Lewis is set to release his debut album, Stories From Hollywood, Nov. 7.
Shakira has nabbed a leading six nominations for the Latin Grammys, including Record, Song, and Album of the Year for Fijación Oral Vol. 1.
Spike Lee, Harry Connick Jr., and Branford Marsalis appeared at the New Orleans Superdome Monday night for an NFL game that marked the first time the arena was used since housing refugees from Hurricane Katrina. U2, Green Day, and the Goo Goo Dolls also performed for the inaugural event.
Aaron Carter broke off his engagement to fiancée of six days, 22-year-old actress Kari Ann Peniche. The 18-year-old singer said he "got caught up in the moment and proposed" to the former Playboy Playmate and ex of Carter's older brother, Nick, last week.
Green Day and U2 kicked off NFL Monday Night Football at the Superdome tonight, marking the first time the arena will be used since housing refugees from Hurricane Katrina. Meanwhile, U2 selected 250 fans via online lottery to attend a book signing in Dublin with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen for the rockers' coffee table book, U2byU2.
Eric Clapton postponed a Michigan concert Saturday night due to a sore throat. The rocker's 22-date tour resumes next Sunday in Toronto.
George Michael kicked off his first concert tour in more than 15 years in Barcelona Saturday.
MTV launched yet another cable channel today, MTV Tr3s, with music and programming aimed at the Latino community.
Yusuf Islam, the singer formerly known as Cat Stevens, spoke out against Pope Benedict XVI's comments on Islam that called Muhammad "evil and inhuman."
James McMurtry's Childish Things took home album and song of the year honors at the Americana Honors and Awards Friday. Neil Young was named artist of the year at the ceremony honoring less mainstream country music.
Steven Tyler has admitted he was diagnosed with hepatitis C three years ago, but told "Access Hollywood" that after a year of interferon treatment, "which almost killed" him, the disease is "nonexistent in [his] bloodstream, where it's like a complete cure."
Paul McCartney says he's "doing fine" despite the intense media interest in his impending divorce from Heather Mills McCartney. The singer also said at a press conference that the death of his first wife, Linda, from breast cancer in 1998 "stalled" him and forced him to take "a year or so off before [he] could get back into it."
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources