Despite a lawsuit trying to stop the surprise performance, a judge has ruled tonight’s show can continue according to plan.
Posthumous albums are always kinda weird, but Xscape is a strong case that reworking MJ’s discarded tracks is actually a great idea.
Meet Keone and Mariel Madrid, choreographers and dancers (and BABES) extraordinaire.
The statue was taken down by the club’s new owner in September.
Getting Kanye West a children’s choir for his Fallon performance, and other behind-the-scenes tales of how The Roots are revolutionizing late-night TV.
It’s going down. I’m yelling, “WHERE IS KESHA?”
Michael Jackson wanted to be what superhero?!
It is the mash-up video you didn’t know you needed. Bonus: The video is 100% free of the song “Let It Go.”
Back when men were men who also wore makeup.
She’s played the sidekick to some of the biggest actresses for nearly two decades. Now, she’s finally taking the spotlight.
JJ owned this place before Bey was even grown.
And other wax disfigurements from India’s Celebrity Wax Museum.
If you’re going to buy gin and juice from anyone, let it be Snoop.
The title track from his upcoming posthumous album was written back in 2001, but has been “contemporized” by co-writer and producer Rodney Jerkins.
He bet his career on acquiring rival record label EMI in 2011, and now that deal is paying off big time.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
He didn’t play instruments, so he wrote every song by singing all the parts to tape. It’s mesmerizing.
These are the 147 most perfect pop records ever created. How much of a pop addict are you?
You’ll never hear these songs the same again.
This is the only way to know whether you’re a Boss, a Material Girl, or a King of Pop.
From Sarah Michelle Gellar hanging on the set of Cruel Intentions, to Tyra Banks showing off some serious early ’90s fashion. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday!
Monkeys, gas masks, and diaper pants, oh my!
Fair? Unfair? You be the judge.
Vine user Ustheduo cover the best of your favorite pop stars, a cappella style.
Held at the legendary New York City nightclub, Studio 54, the night was filled with champagne, disco music, and probably cocaine.
This is equal parts embarrassing and awesome.
What life was like in the United States this year according to maps.
Liquidators are selling off the effects of “dermatologist to the stars” Dr. Arnold Klein. It was weird.