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Whitney-021312.jpg Bobby Brown says his daughter Bobbi Kristina is awake and off her life support machines. The singer updated a crowd at the Frankie Beverly concert in Dallas on Saturday about his daughter's condition: "I can say today Bobbi is awake. She's watching me." He added: "I wanna thank all of y'all for coming out tonight, for supporting me and my family," he told a crowd at the time.

justintimberlake-101909.jpg Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have shared the first photo of their brand new baby. The couple posted the shot on Instagram on Sunday, where Biel is shown holding their son Silas Randall Timberlake. Both mother and baby are wearing Memphis Grizzlies fan clothes—Biel wears a baseball cap while Silas wears a tiny blue jersey.

Metallica-102709.jpg Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett says that he lost his iPhone which held "250 musical ideas" he'd been working on for the band's new album. "I lost my iPhone [with] 250 musical ideas," Hammett told the Jasta Show. "And I was crushed. It didn't get backed up. And when it happened, I was bummed out for about two or three days . . ."

beyonce-102212.jpg Drake and Beyoncé have recorded a new song to feature on Drizzy's upcoming album, Views from the Six. Four Pins reported on the collab but skimmed on the details. "He only has two songs finished that he likes," the site reads, "One is a collaboration with Beyoncé that he recorded a while ago. The other is a song that he expects to inspire a paradigm shift."

ringostar-042015.jpg One person happy to see Ringo Starr inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame—the last Beatle inducted as a non-group member—is Yoko Ono. She told Rolling Stone that Ringo's always been an even keeled sort. "John would go up and down and all that," she said, "but Ringo was always just very gentle . . . He just sort of embodies peace and love."

mileycyrus-110713.jpg Joan Jett was joined by Miley Cyrus and Dave Grohl during her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Jett kicked off the night with "Bad Reputation," before Grohl joined in on the 1976 Runaways hit "Cherry Bomb." Finally, Jett and Cyrus teamed up for a rendition of "Crimson and Clover."

David-Bowie.jpg Lulu, the much derided 2011 collab between Lou Reed and Metallica, is a "masterpiece," according to David Bowie. Laurie Anderson reported Bowie's sentiments at the Rock and Roll HOF during Reed's induction on Saturday night. "One of his last projects was his album with Metallica," she said. "And this was really challenging, and I have a hard time with it."

NoelGallagher-050511.jpg Noel and Liam Gallagher have reached a "gentlemen's agreement" to reform Oasis next year, according to reports. The Daily Mail quotes an insider who claims the two are "back on good terms." "It's early days in terms of the details, but Noel and Liam are back on good terms and ready to give things another go," the insider says.

jamiefoxx-031511.jpg Jamie Foxx has announced the name, Hollywood, and release date, May 18, for his first album in five years. Last week, Foxx took over the stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform the first single, "You Changed Me" with Chris Brown. During his appearance, he also performed a few musical renditions of Tinder profiles, humorously singing in one.

thompson-square-012213.jpg Thompson Square was involved in a bus crash in Aurora, Colorado on Friday that left more than a dozen people injured. The T-Square crew, as a note posted to their website said, remained unscathed. "[The band and crew] are all okay and injury free, and damage to our crew bus was minimal." According to KUSA-TV, the bus rear-ended a truck that was stopped on Interstate 70.

DaveGrohl-060211.jpg Joan Jett was joined by Dave Grohl and Miley Cyrus during her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Jett kicked off the night with "Bad Reputation," before Grohl joined in on the 1976 Runaways hit "Cherry Bomb." Finally, Jett and Cyrus teamed up for a rendition of "Crimson and Clover."

BradPaisley-050611.jpg Brad Paisley and Miranda Lambert have both earned Guinness Book World Records for Most Consecutive ACM Awards—Paisley for his five consecutive Male Vocalist of the Year awards (2007-2011), and Lambert for her five consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year awards (2010-2014). Both artists are nominated in the same categories for the 2015 event.

Jewel-071211.jpg Jewel and Thompson Square are among the artists featured on the new album from Blues Traveler entitled Blow Up the Moon. Every track on the 14 track album was recorded with an assist by another artist. "We wanted to experiment with co-writing since we usually try to do everything in-house," frontman John Popper says.

Chris-Brown-091712.jpg A previously unheard track called "Put It Up" has surfaced online featuring Chris Brown and Rihanna. The song was originally recorded for Brown's 2014 album, X, but was ultimately not included on the final cut.

Stewart-050912.jpg Jon Stewart, who announced his impending departure from "The Daily Show" in February, has opened up about his decision to leave the post. Speaking with the Guardian, J-Stew said he simply realized it was time. "It's not like I thought the show wasn't working any more, or that I didn't know how to do it," he began. "It was more, 'Yup, it's working. But I'm not getting the same satisfaction.'"

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