Entertainment News: music
Adam Levine appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Dec. 5, where he talked about being named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" and he and model fiance Behati Prinsloo's obsession with the mobile game "Candy Crush."
Levine told DeGeneres that his obsession with the game "Candy Crush" has become so intense, that he even went so far as to use Prinsloo's finger, while she was asleep, to access the game on her iPhone. The full interview can be viewed below.
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Kelly Clarkson is getting into the Christmas spirit with the release of her new music video "Underneath The Tree."
Clarkson tweeted to her more than 9 million Twitter followers about the release of the music video, saying, "Check out the brand new music video for "Underneath The Tree" on @VEVO! #WrappedInRed." The music video can be viewed below.
Billy Joel is "Movin' Out" ... to New York City's Madison Square Garden!
The legendary singer announced on Tuesday, Dec. 3 that he will begin an extended concert residency, titled "Billy Joel At The Garden," at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The legendary singer will be playing a show each month at the iconic venue for a yet to-be-determined period of time.
Britney Spears is ready to reveal all aspects of herself on her eighth studio album "Britney Jean."
Described by the singer as her most personal record to date, Spears told fans earlier this year, in an open letter on her official website, that she wanted to dig deeper and express herself in different ways compared to her previous records.
"Britney Jean" can be streamed for free on iTunes ahead of its official release on Dec. 3. (Warning: the album contains suggestive language.) Check out a track-by-track review of the standard edition of the album below.
Is there no limit to the awesomeness that is Betty White?
The 91-year-old "Golden Girls" and "Mary Tyler Moore Show" alum stars in Brit Smith's new music video for pop / dance song "Provocative," in which she showcases some killer dance moves. Check out a teaser clip for "Provocative," starring Betty White, below.
One Direction fans won't have to wait too long to see the boy band live in concert again!
The British-Irish boy band announced on ABC's 'Good Morning America' that the group will be going on a North American tour beginning in Aug. 2014, with tickets going on sale as early as Dec. 7.
The Spice Girls reunited on June 26 to announce the launch of a new musical called "Viva Forever," based on their songs.
The musical will open at the Piccadilly Theatre in London on December 11 and is not a biography of the band, the show's producers said at the press conference, according to The Associated Press. However the show will echo the band's theme of female empowerment and feature a storyline of friendship tested by fame.
Miley Cyrus declares herself a "twerking" expert in will.i.am's new music video for the song "Feelin' Myself."
The music video, which also features rappers French Montana and Wiz Khalifa, features Cyrus and her collaborators in various red and grey backdrops, mixed with futuristic elements throughout the clip. Watch the music video for 'Feelin' Myself' here (Warning: song contains explicit language).
The 2013 American Music Awards (AMAs) ceremony, which marked its 41st anniversary this year, aired live on Nov. 24.
Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift were the big winners of the night, with Timberlake taking home three awards and Swift nabbing four awards, including Artist of the Year.
Check out a full list of winners for the 2013 American Music Awards below.
Seth Rogen and James Franco take on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in a shot-for-shot remake of West's much buzzed-about video for his single "Bound 2."
Kardashian, who is engaged to the rapper, appeared topless in the video and Rogen plays Kardashian's role without a shirt on, making googly eyes at Franco's take on Kanye West. The clip can be seen here (Warning: Video contains expletives.)