John Mayer Sorry for Raw Playboy Feature- Zombieland Rules- Vegas Sealion- Lady Antebellum Still On Top- Rihanna Video Rudely Leaked and more
The doctor facing a manslaughter charge in singer Michael Jackson's death has returned to Nevada to resume his medical practice and await trial, his representatives said Wednesday. more
Confirmed Sealion Returns to Vegas: Celine Dion is returning to the Las Vegas Strip in 2011 to begin a three-year run at Caesars Palace. The singer announced Wednesday she'll return to the 4,300-seat Colosseum, home of her previous show more
The horror comedy "Zombieland," fresh off a $75.6 million box-office run, chomped its way to the top of all three home video charts its first week in stores, scaring off several other high-profile new releases. more
News Corp has replaced the CEO of the social networking site MySpace less than a year after hiring him, and said a discussion of his priorities led both sides to agree to a parting. Owen Van Natta, whose resignation is effective immediately, will be replaced by Mike Jones and Jason Hirschhorn as co-presidents, News Corp said on Wednesday. more Wonder if he got the news on his Facebook page? Or perhaps he was one of the last to switch?
Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" claimed the No. 1 spot on the U.S. pop album chart for a second week, while rapper Lil Wayne, who's awaiting a prison sentence, debuted in second place. more
Joe Jonas is flying to Orlando for a live performance with his "Camp Rock" co-star Demi Lovato. The two young pop stars are going to showcase their new joint track called "Make a Wave" at the Disney World's gig which is set to be held on February 11. more
Originally scheduled to be premiered on February 11, Rihanna's "Rude Boy" music video hits the web earlier than what's expected. It mostly features the "Umbrella" hitmaker singing the song and shaking her body in front of colorful backdrops. more
Mary J. Blige will be the star of the next CBS Interactive Music Group Live On Letterman webcast concert. The online event will take place next Tuesday, February 16 more
Tom Cruise has signed up to star in and co-produce Mission: Impossible IV, with May 2011 tentatively announced as a release date. That'll give them plenty of time to make a quality film! You're right, we forgot about the quality of Part II and III. At least it's not another installment of McG(eek)'s Charlie's Angels. more.
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