The occasionally controversial and always unpredictable MTV's Video Music Awards will be presented Monday night at New York's Radio City Music Hall.
At least 14 people were sent to the hospital Saturday after a storm knocked over concert entrance trusses at an Oklahoma outdoor concert venue hosting the Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees, a spokeswoman for the property owner said.
"Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love."
In 1987, Aretha Franklin made history as the first woman to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. And in doing so, she set the stage for generations of female artists -- more specifically, female African American artists.
Aretha Franklin's life and legacy will be honored with a tribute concert later this fall.
LaJoyce Brookshire has one word for what it was like to work for Aretha Franklin.
Janet Jackson's new music is "Made For Now."
Aretha Franklin's life ended with the legendary singer comforted by loved ones, her family and friends say.
Proving even bad things must come to an end, the "Sharknado" franchise breathes its last -- at least for now -- with its sixth installment, "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time." Ridiculous even by the title's standards, this loud, obnoxious time-travel parody perhaps appropriately underscores the limits of gluttony -- embodied in this case by NBC Universal's hunger for synergistic profits.
Ariana Grande shed a few tears Thursday as she honored Aretha Franklin.
Singer Eric Nam and his brothers Eddie Nam and Brian Nam wanted to help ensure the box office success of "Crazy Rich Asians" in its opening week -- so they to bought out an entire screening at a theater.
The cast and crew of "Veep" are back in action.
The basic plot for "Mile 22" is about as challenging as the average CBS drama pilot, which is less of a problem because it's also almost wholly irrelevant. The fourth collaboration between Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg is devoted to visceral, brutally violent action, which this 90-some-odd-minute movie delivers in droves, even if the title is at least 21 miles more than it's worth driving to see it.
Aretha Franklin's musical career spans six decades. Her more than 100 chart hits, including "Respect" and "Think," have made her the undisputed "Queen of Soul." Franklin died on August 16 at her home in Detroit, surrounded by family and friends, according to a statement on behalf of the family from the singer's longtime publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn. She was 76.
After all these years cashing residual checks from "The Simpsons," Matt Groening doesn't need to produce another TV show unless he really wants to. So it's something of a surprise that his new creation for Netflix, "Disenchantment," doesn't cast much of a spell. Instead, it's a by-the-numbers affair -- the equivalent of a joke that begins "A princess, an elf and a demon walk into a bar...."
A one-of-a-kind voice in the musical world is being remembered as a person who's left an unfillable void in the music industry.
Nobody would call Aretha Franklin a central figure of the civil rights movement. And she was not an overt feminist.
Aretha Franklin, whose gospel-rooted singing and bluesy yet expansive delivery earned her the title "the Queen of Soul," has died, a source close to the family said Thursday. She was 76.