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Aretha Franklin has canceled two upcoming concerts due to a doctor's recommendation that she receive treatment for an undisclosed medical illness, according to a statement posted on Franklin's official Facebook page on Monday, May 13.
Franklin was set to perform with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on May 20 and at Foxwoods Resort & Casino in Connecticut on May 26. The statement did not specify what Franklin was being treated for.
Taylor Swift is just one of the musical acts set to perform at the CMT Music Awards 2013, it was announced on Monday, May 13.
Other musicians set to perform at the event include Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan and Pistol Annies, according to a statement by CMT. Swift is up for two awards at the show including Video of the Year for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and Female Video of the Year for "Begin Again."
Daft Punk's highly anticipated new album "Random Access Memories" made its debut on Monday, May 13, by streaming on iTunes.
The album, which can be heard here, isn't available for purchase in the United States until May 21. Fans first got a taste of what was in store when the duo debuted their lead single "Get Lucky" last month. "Get Lucky" features vocals by Pharrell Williams and bass by Nile Rodgers.
Barbara Walters, 83, officially announced her future retirement from television after more than 50 years, speaking on her ABC daytime talk show "The View" on Monday, May 13, following a network announcement and weeks of rumors.
Check out 5 notable quotes Barbara Walters made about her career and retirement from TV on "The View" on Monday.
"Dancing With The Stars" pro Karina Smirnoff was recently hospitalized after suffering an injury while practicing with celebrity partner and NFL star Jacoby Jones and is still scheduled to dance on the ABC show on Monday, May 13, OTRC.com has learned.
Smirnoff had landed on her jaw while practicing a flip with Jones during a rehearsal on Sunday, as seen in a clip obtained by OTRC.com. She was later taken to a medical center in Los Angeles as a precaution, an ABC rep said.
"Fast and the Furious" star Vin Diesel jokes that Facebook owes him "billions of dollars" for being one of the first celebrities to use it as a marketing tool.
"Why is Vin Diesel So Popular on Facebook?" read a headline posted by Mashable in May 2009, more than a month after the actor, now 45 years old, opened an account with the social network.
Giuliana Rancic recently welcomed her first baby -- and now, the new mom is opening up about her "fiery" bundle of joy.
Rancic, 38, and her husband Bill, 41, welcomed their baby boy, Edward Duke, via a gestational carrier in August 2012. The pair, who chronicled their difficult journey to parenthood, are now opening up about their new addition.
While Leonardo DiCaprio's film "The Great Gatsby" came out strong, "Iron Man 3" reigned supreme at the weekend box office.
"Iron Man 3," which stars Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow, topped the weekend box office with $72.5 million, Entertainment Weekly reports. The film, which had the second best opening of all time last weekend, has raked in over $284.9 million domestically in the past 10 days.
Seth Meyers is gearing up to hit the late-night television circuit.
The "Saturday Night Live" veteran, who has been in "tightly guarded" negotiations for weeks now, is set to succeed Jimmy Fallon in NBC's 12:35 a.m. late night slot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Kristen Wiig made her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut on Saturday, May 11 -- and, she brought the funny.
The 39-year-old actress returned to the sketch comedy show for her first official hosting gig since leaving her post as a cast member in 2012. While she brought the funny in some of her more familiar skits, she also brought some entirely new characters to life.
Legendary newscaster Barbara Walters will retire in 2014, ABC News reported on Sunday.
After 37 years with ABC News, Walters will announce on "The View" on Monday her plans to leave TV journalism. She will continue to appear on the daytime talk show and anchor and report for ABC News until her retirement next summer.