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Nicki Minaj talked to reporters backstage after the "American Idol" season 12 finale on May 16, 2013 and said her new music video, "High School," was deemed too risque to be shown on the series. She also talked about why she did not perform on the finale like the other judges.
Watch a video of her press conference.
Chris Rock, an actor and comedian known for his controversial jokes, may be stepping behind the mic.
Rock, 48, has dropped some major hints that he's set to appear on a track for Eminem's upcoming album -- and now, a photo that he posted on his official WhoSay account is sending people into a frenzy (See photo below).
Angelina Jolie's doctor, Kristi Funk, is opening up about the actress' brave medical journey.
Jolie, 37, recently came forward and revealed that she underwent three months of medical procedures in order to reduce her risk of developing breast cancer. Now, the actress' doctor is opening up about her surgical journey, explaining how her bravery and positivity are aiding in her recovery.
"American Idol" may be losing another judge -- according to a new report.
Nicki Minaj, one of the talent competition show's newest judges, is reportedly set to depart from the FOX series after the current season, according to a May 15 report by Us Weekly.
Beyonce issued a handwritten apology letter to fans and posted it on her website after she was forced to cancel her May 14 concert on doctor's orders.
The 31-year-old singer canceled her performance in Antwerp, Belgium, due to dehydration and exhaustion. A spokesperson for Beyonce released a statement and explained that the singer was advised by her doctors to rest.
Angelina Jolie recently had a double mastectomy, according to an op-ed published in the New York Times on May 14.
The 37-year-old actress underwent nearly three months of medical procedures, from Feb.2 to Apr. 27, to have both her breasts removed and cosmetically restored. The double mastectomy came in response to the reveleation that Jolie was a carrier of a 'faulty' gene, BRCA1, which increased her risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer.
What if "Mad Men" hired The Genie from "Aladdin" and "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"?
That's not actually happening, but CBS appears to have gotten pretty close. Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar will appear this fall in a new comedy from the network, titled "The Crazy Ones," playing a father who works with his daughter at his ad agency.
Shakira is not returning to "The Voice" next season, according to a recent interview.
When asked if she would be returning for the show's fifth season, the singer reportedly told "Access Hollywood" on May 14, "Not for next season, for sure."
Andre Young, known by his stage name Dr. Dre, is making an investment in higher education.
The Grammy Award-winning hip hop star, alongside "American Idol" personality and music producer Jimmy Iovine, is donating $70 million to the University of Southern California. The funds will be used to establish an interdisciplinary program next year, which would teach a select class of undergraduate students a broad range of technical and creative skills, according to a statement obtained by OTRC.com.
"Homeland" and "Princess Bride" actor Mandy Patinkin has joined the cast of Zach Braff's new film "Wish I Was Here," weeks after the latter star received more than $2.6 million in donations for the movie via an online fundraising campaign on the website Kickstarter.
In the film, Braff will play Aidan Bloom, a 35-year-old struggling actor and family man trying to find himself and home-school his kids. Patinkin, 60, will play his father, Braff said on his Facebook page on Tuesday, alongside a photo of himself with the star.
Does Britney Spears want another child?
The 31-year-old singer expressed her desire to someday have a daughter when she was interviewed by Mario Lopez for "Extra" recently.