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Diana Ross, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Rowland & More React To Aretha Franklin’s Death

Sweet remembrance. More »

Academy Awards 2015: Tegan And Sara, Zendaya, Common, Diane Warren & Others Hit The Oscars Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

Flip through our gallery of the singers, songwriters and music-related personalities who made their way down the red carpet at this year’s Oscars ceremony! More »

I Got You Babe!: The 12 Best Duets By Real-Life Musical Couples From The Past 20 Years

Carrie Underwood To Replace Faith Hill As NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football’ Intro Singer

The Best — And Worst! — National Anthem Performances Football Has Ever Seen

CMA Awards: Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson & The Full List Of Winners

PHOTOS: Carrie, Kellie—And Snooki?!—At The 2010 CMT Awards

Yee haw! The stars country music took the stage last night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena last night for the 2010 CMT Music Awards. It was an evening full of the unexpected. Taylor Swift (who needed an extra arm to carry home all of her Grammy awards) walked away with nothing, John Mayer jammed with Keith Urban, Jersey Shore’s Snooki and “The Situation” presented with chef Paula Deen, and we’re still trying to figure out what Kelly Clarkson was doing with a baby alligator at the CMT after party. Flip through to see all highlights from CMT’s Hootenanny. More »

ABBA Enter Hall Of Fame, Faith Hill Sings “The Winner Takes It All”

Faith Hill Gets Re-Retouched By “Redbook”

faith_hill4 In this edition of our noontime headlines roundup: Faith Hill’s “Comic Strip” poses, Billy Joel gets out of hand with a Sharpie, and Justin Timberlake returns to the Saturday Night Live stage for the 454th time. More »

Leave Springsteen Alone: One Scientific Reason Why No One Should Be Outraged Over The Super Bowl Backing Tapes

So, people are really upset about the idea that backing tapes were used during Jennifer Hudson’s and the E Street Band’s (separate) performances at the Super Bowl on Sunday, huh? I guess the idea that the biggest annual event in America is a heavily planned event that leaves very little to chance is still something that outrages Americans who need to be mad about something between election seasons. Anyway, yesterday I was trying to find a professional to weigh in on why these live performances might need a little enhancement—honestly, who here hasn’t bitched about the crappy sound quality of, say, a Saturday Night Live musical performance this year?—and I was alerted to a post by Fall Out Boy‘s Patrick Stump on the subject:

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