Michael Jackson Doc to Surrender to Police- What Killed Brittany Murphy- Ke$ha and Haiti Lead Singles Charts- Pink Oprah- Lady Gaga Denies We Are The World Snub- and more
US actress Brittany Murphy died of pneumonia, a Los Angeles coroner has ruled. Coroner's spokesman Craig Harvey added that iron-deficiency anaemia and "multiple [prescription] drug intoxication" were secondary factors in her death. more
Ke$ha clocked a seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Thursday with "TiK ToK," while four charity songs for Haiti entered the singles chart. "Lean on Me" by Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock and Keith Urban was the top debut at No. 47; Taylor Swift's "Breathless" came in at No. 72; and Jennifer Hudson's cover of the Beatles' "Let It Be" opened at No. 98. more
P!nk is set to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show LIVE this Friday, February 5th. She will play a special acoustic version of her hit “I Don’t Believe You” and discuss her Grammy experience.
Lady GaGa sets the record straight about her refusing to join "We Are the World" remix. "I've actually been in rehearsal for my new tour, but I was never supposed to do 'We Are the World', so that's a rumor," she told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush before then adding. "I believe that they may have asked, yes, about it, but I was unable to do it." more
The concert series to celebrate Super Bowl XLIV has been kicked off with "Entourage" hunk Kevin Dillon and TV anchor Nancy O'Dell as the hosts. Justin Bieber and Rihanna performed along with JoJo, Timbaland and Young Jeezy on the first day of the gig. more
Kelly Clarkson fires back at Taylor Swift's label boss Scott Borchetta after he attacked "American Idol" artists when defending the country music singer's performance at the recent Grammys. more
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