Paul McCartney has been popping up all over lately, and many times it has been with pop artists. He's singing on a new song called "FourFiveSeconds" with Rihanna and Kanye West, and it's making the rounds on pop radio.
And did you hear who he collaborated with at the 'Saturday Night Live' after party over the weekend?
Monday night was a pretty big night for Taylor Swift because she was invited by The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger to join them on stage for a song during their show in Chicago last night (June 3) at the United Center!
Fans of Dr. Seuss – one of the richest deceased celebrities – will be happy to know that a new animated film based on one of his beloved books is coming to the big screen.
‘The Lorax’ is about a young boy who lives in a world without trees. From the first trailer below, it looks like several things from the book have been changed to update the story. Didn’t Hollywood learn from ‘Horton Hears a Who
Time will tell if we’ll still need her when she’s 64, but last month, Taylor Swift was the biggest concert draw in the land — selling even more tickets than Paul McCartney.
According to numbers released by the ticketing service TicketsNow, Swift accounted for an amazing six percent of system-wide sales, good enough to place her sixth on the all-agency list of events for the month.
As she makes the rounds on her ‘Speak Now’ concert tour, country singer Taylor Swift has been doing songs by local artists at each her stops.
So when she was in Michigan recently, she busted out her best white-girl rap on a cover of Detroit-native Eminem’s iconic song, ‘Lose Yourself.’ The delighted crowd sang along as she channeled Slim Shady and then segued into a cover of Uncle Kracker’s ‘Smile