Uninspired Miley Cyrus Taking a Break?- Ludacris Tops Gorillaz- Stoned Idol- Rihanna, Beyonce + Boyband?- Lil Wayne Warrant- Justin Bieber Tour- Lady Gaga and more
Ludacris's new album "Battle of the Sexes" tops the album charts with 136K in sales last week, according to Hits Double Daily. That beats Gorillaz's Plastic Beach which sold 110,798 copies. more
Tim Urban couldn't get any satisfaction on "American Idol." The judges dismissed Urban's reggae rendition of "Under My Thumb" during a night of Rolling Stones tunes in the Fox singing competition's first round of finals Tuesday. "Idol" judge Randy Jackson dubbed the 20-year-old college student's take on the 1966 classic "weird," and Simon Cowell affirmed it was a "crazy decision." Urban shrugged off their criticism. more
Rihanna has confirmed that she is going to make music together with JLS. The Barbadian songstress, who is linked to the group by Jay-Z, is also confident that the rapper's wife Beyonce Knowles and his fellow MC Kanye West will make a duet with the British boyband. more
An Arizona judge issued a bench warrant Tuesday for Grammy Award-winning rapper Lil Wayne after he failed to appear for a hearing on drug and weapons charges because he is serving jail time in New York. more
A judge has ordered rapper DMX to spend six months in a Phoenix jail for violating probation and to undergo a mental health evaluation. more.
You would think by now that rappers would stay out of Arizona.
Justin Bieber will begin his first headlining tour of North America on June 23 in Hartford, Conn., he said Tuesday, a week before his new album hits stores. more
In response to fans' fear regarding Lady GaGa's health after a viral video of her nearly passing out on-stage came out over the weekend, promoter for her Monster Ball tour explained the singer now is "totally fine." The promoter furthermore blamed dehydration for her March 13 lackluster performance and promised the "Poker Face" singer will be fully fit for her concerts in Australia. more
ABBA star Anni-Frid Reuss has ruled out a much-anticipated band reunion, insisting it's "too late for that" at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York on Monday night. more
Video-rental chain Blockbuster Inc said on Tuesday for the first time it may need to file for bankruptcy protection after years of struggling to lessen its debt load. more
Verizon Communications filed a complaint against Cablevision Systems on Tuesday, alleging that it infringed its patented technology for television set-top boxes, the U.S. International Trade Commission said. more
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