Carrie Underwood is showing the world her baby for the first time. The Grammy-winning singer posted a picture of her one-month-old son, Isaiah Michael, on Instagram on March 29. In the shot, the baby is shown asleep, holding his cheek up with his hand, while his other hand holds a hockey stick emblazoned with the logo of the Nashville Predators.
Lady Gaga recently celebrated her 29th birthday on Saturday, March 28 as she plans for her wedding to beau Taylor Kinney. The couple has yet to announce a wedding date, but it is decided upon that the ceremony will take place at Gaga's Malibu mansion later this year. Tony Bennett, Gaga's duet partner on the duo's album, Cheek To Cheek, will sing at the event.
Kacey Musgraves and Brian Wilson recently released their duet "Guess You Had To Be There," which is featured on Wilson's upcoming new solo album, No Pier Pressure. Wilson has a reputation for pushing for perfection when it comes to collaborating with others, but says it didn't take long for him and Musgraves to make a connection.
Tamar Braxton recently broke down while on her talk show The Real when the topic of bullying came up. She mentioned how she was hurt after Chris Brown and K. Michelle said she looked like a muppet. "I was just asking my husband the other day. A particular person started saying I look like a muppet. People say it so much that sometimes, I start to believe it."
Ozzy Osbourne has been forced to cancel his upcoming Ozzfiesta event due to surgery. Ozzfiesta promoter Cool Breeze Concerts broke the bad news on the event's website, publishing an update that reads, "Like you, we were very excited about the event. However, Ozzy is having surgery, scheduled for May, following his South American tour. He requires at least four weeks of recovery time."
Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill, which was released in 1998, is set to be added to the Library Of Congress. Other inductees making their way into the Library Of Congress include the Doors' self-titled album, Stand! by Sly and the Family Stone, A Wild and Crazy Guy by Steve Martin and Sesame Street: All-Time Platinum Favorites.
A photo of Mick Jagger taken and signed by Linda McCartney is expected to sell for £800 at an upcoming auction in Essex. The Books and Maps sale, which takes place at the Stansted Mountfitchet auction rooms of Sworders' Fine Art Auctioneers on Tuesday, March 31 will feature a collection from Linda Stevens, who is a reporter and critic for the New York Post.
Eminem recently teased his new song in a trailer for the upcoming film Southpaw. Back in 2010 the rapper committed to the film about boxing, but had postponed the project and later stepped out. He was replaced by Jake Gyllenhaal. If Eminem would have starred in the film it would have been his return to the silver screen.
Brian Wilson and Kacey Musgraves recently released their duet "Guess You Had To Be There," which is featured on Wilson's upcoming new solo album, No Pier Pressure. Wilson has a reputation for pushing for perfection when it comes to collaborating with others, but says it didn't take long for him and Musgraves to make a connection.
Blur has been confirmed as the final headlining act for the 2015 Isle of Wight Festival. The festival line-up also includes Paolo Nutini and Pharrell Williams plus headliners Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and The Black Keys. Fleetwood Mac will close the festival, having signed an exclusive worldwide deal to bring their live show to The Isle Of Wight.
Guns N' Roses ex-manager says that Michael Jackson is the reason behind the strained relationship of Slash and Axl Rose. "In 1991, we were on the road, and Slash went to my office and said 'I'll be leaving tomorrow to play with Michael Jackson on a tribute concert,'" Doug Goldstein told Rolling Stone Brazil.
The Beastie Boys are officially done, according to Adam Horowitz aka Ad-Rock, who said they will not continue following the death of Adam Yauch. "Adam started the band, so it's done," Horovitz told The Daily Beast. "I'm in transition right now. I'm transitioning. It's an interesting time, I guess."
Luke Bryan put his skills to the test when he took the field with the Chicago White Sox during spring training. Bryan posed for pictures and even stepped into the cage to take batting practice. Though he is a big baseball fan, Bryan said he learned some time ago that he is better off as a musician. "I learned early on that I wasn't an athlete," a humbled Luke Bryan told CMT.
The singer has explained her actions, telling the MailOnline that "it is not okay" for people to say these things. "I hope Luke is The One," she said. "I'd be pretty p****d off if these rumours that we'd broken up were true - but we haven't. Luke is amazing and he and I are amazing. Reading lies about yourself isn't something that anyone should ever get used to."
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page has been spotted as of late with a girl that is 46 years younger than him. Page is 71 years old. The mystery girl is 25-year-old Scarlett Sabet, perhaps best known for her role in 2008's A Perfect Hideout with Billy Zane. They were spotted together at a restaurant in January and have been linked together as far back as 2013.