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1 hr ago | WTAX-AM Springfield
Reports suggest the "Purple Rain" singer is a fan of the show and he actually contacted producers and asked for a part, even pitching a story idea surrounding a pajama dance party, like the one he hosted at his Paisley Park home in Minnesota earlier this year.
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
Should prostitution be legalized?
1 hr ago | WGIR-AM Manchester
Beyonc has done something no other major pop star has done before. On Friday, without notice, she released a self-titled album with a whopping 17 new music videos.
4 hrs ago | WAPT-TV Jackson
On a single she previewed as part of a Pepsi ad earlier this year, Beyonce sang, "I'm a grown woman / I can do whatever I want."
7 hrs ago | WMGI-FM Terre Haute
Pop singer Beyonce surprised fans by releasing an unheralded self-titled fifth solo studio album on Friday featuring 14 new songs and 17 videos, her label Columbia Records, a division of Sony, said.
Rapper, actress and TV personality Queen Latifah has stunned fans by revealing she turned to excessive drinking in order to cope with a violent carjacking incident in 1995.
He was placed on probation instead. 1968: "The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus" was filmed in London, featuring the Stones, Eric Clapton, John Lennon and The Who.
Pope Francis may be "Time" magazine's Person of the Year, but The Roots drummer Questlove is the magazine's Coolest Person of 2013.
Pioneering soul singer Sam Cooke , also dubbed the "King Of Soul," left an unmistakable mark on the music industry, and his contributions led to the opening of doors for other legendary vocalists of his time.
Bariatric surgery has soared in popularity, as research confirms that surgery trumps diet and exercise for producing dramatic and rapid weight loss.
The singer infamously dodged prosecution on 14 child pornography charges in 2008 after "allegedly" filming himself having sex and urinating on a 13-year-old girl.
When Garth Brooks retired 12 years ago, he vowed to return when his youngest daughter was 18. After some much needed family time, Brooks is proving that he's a man of his word.
Drummer Chick Webb's 1930s orchestra terrorized competitors in band battles and sent dancers into orbit at Harlem's Savoy Ballroom.
Eddie Murphy first appeared as Detroit police detective Axel Foley in 1984's "Beverly Hills Cop."
With notes of rock, jazz and opera, Washington feted piano man Billy Joel, actress Shirley MacLaine and guitarist Carlos Santana on Sunday at the Kennedy Center Honors, the capital's annual celebration of the arts.
Kanye West, Lorde and The Arctic Monkeys are thought to have some of the best albums of the year.
That's where R. Kelly made a surprise appearance with the French band Phoenix, delighting an indie-minded crowd only minimally aligned with the audience that's helped drive Kelly to R&B superstardom.