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CharlieSheen-051711.jpg Charlie Sheen is set to reprise his role from 1986's "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" for an upcoming episode of the "The Goldbergs." According to People, Sheen will be paying homage to his "Boy in the Police Station" character from the 1986 classic in an upcoming episode of ABC's "The Goldbergs," which is set to air in early 2015. The episode will follow Barry (Troy Gentile) as he fakes being sick.

GameofThrones-061013.jpg HBO has released the first trailer for "Game of Thrones" season five. The clip features Bran, although, according to the Huffington Post, the character will not feature in the fifth iteration of the series. The trailer also features Arya holding a needle, which may refer to the House of Black and White she visits in the books.

LukeBryan.jpg Luke Bryan was the top touring country act of 2014 according to Billboard, who recently released their Top 25 Tours list of 2014. Bryan placed number 14 on the list with $61,910,170 in revenue over 72 shows counted. Fellow country star George Strait places number 16 with his Cowboy Rides Away Tour.

RedHotChiliPeppers-050410.jpg Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith has opened up on the band's upcoming album, saying that it's "shaping up good." Speaking with Rolling Stone, the stick man said that the group is headed in a new and exciting direction. "We've got lots of songs and we're working with an unnamed producer who is really challenging us to find new ways to come up with new music," he said.

ellayelich-101013.jpg Lorde was one of the most googled musicians in 2014. The "Royals" singer was the second most searched artist on Google this year, placed behind only Iggy Azalea. She topped Sam Smith, Meghan Trainor and Solange Knowles, who rounded out the top five. The data is part of Google's annual Year in Search report.

REM-101209.jpg Former R.E.M. front man Michael Stipe says he is sure to return to singing at some point in the future. The confession came during a recent interview with CBS This Morning: Saturday's Anthony Mason and Stipe says that he's not exactly sure when it will happen again.

NickiMinaj-081011.jpg Nicki Minaj is rumored to be romantically linked to Meek Mill, but, during a Monday appearance on Power 106, the rapper said that the two are just friends. "We're friends. He's dope. Shout out to him," said Nicki. "The kid is very busy. I wished him well," she added, regarding the five months that Meek spent in jail. "I hated that he was in jail . . ."

Littlebigtown-060412.jpg Little Big Town have announced that they will be extending their Pain Killer tour into next year. After wrapping up the 2014 leg of the tour in Rockford, Illinois, on December 13, the band will hit the road again in March for the new string of recently announced dates, beginning March 5 in Savannah, Georgia, and continuing until March 28 with a show in Enid, Oklahoma.

NE-YO-101609.jpg Ne-Yo has released the lyric video for "Coming with You," a cut from his upcoming sixth studio album, Non-Fiction. On the dancey cut, Ne addresses his special lady. "Baby girl, it's you that I want / And all I know is I'm not leaving here alone." Ne-Yo also released "Religious," a cut fans can obtain by pre-ordering his album on iTunes.

Kacey-Musgraves-012714.jpg Kacey Musgraves has added nine new dates to her Same Tour, Different Trailer tour. The new dates kick off on February 12 in Norfolk (VA) and continue with shows in Durham (NC), Baltimore (MD), Madison (WI), Minneapolis (MN), Milwaukee (WI), Louisville (KY), and Knoxville (TN), before wrapping up on February 28 in Richmond (VA).

beyonce-102212.jpg Beyoncé, Jay Z and Timbaland have been sued by a Hungarian singer called Mitsou for allegedly illegally sampling her voice for the song "Drunk in Love." "Mitsou's incredible voice is widely considered unique and ethereal, and since the 1990s, she has been in high demand for countless international collaborations as a featured guest singer," reads a document.

kiss-110209.jpg KISS drummer Eric Singer has admitted he doesn't want to play in the band without Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. "Everybody has broached that subject — meaning, like, fans," Singer told The Cassius Morris Show. "I'm sure you guys have heard comments through the years, the past few years, by people saying, 'Oh, I can see Kiss without Gene and Paul.'"

stephencollins-100714.jpg Former "7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has officially admitted to molesting three young children. He released a statement that both admits to and details inappropriate sexual acts with three female minors. Collins told People that he molested three victims from 1973 to 1994. In the 20 years since, Collins says that he has not "had an impulse to act out in any such way."

sethrogen-032213.jpg Sony Pictures has pulled the plug on the Manhattan premiere of the controversial new comedy film "The Interview" due to death threats, according to a new report. Hackers Guardians of Peace, the group that claimed responsibility for the recent Sony Entertainment Pictures hack, has threatened anyone who attends the New York premiere, vowing a 9/11-style attack.

ShaniaTwain-100509.jpg Shania Twain is featured in a new public service announcement intended to raise awareness for domestic violence. The country star speaks out against all forms of interpersonal abuse in the spot. "Sometimes home is where the hurt is," the singer says, adding, "It's really confusing to be hurt by someone you love. Whether it's physical, sexual or emotional, abuse is abuse."