T.I. has confirmed that Pharrell Williams will feature on the next single from his upcoming album, Paperwork. The Grand Hustle boss dished on the project to MTV: "We have definitely decided on Paperwork featuring Pharrell [because it] pretty much kinda sums up the tone of the album," Tip told MTV News.
John Mellencamp has announced that his upcoming studio album, Plain Spoken, is due on September 23. The rocker also revealed the 10-song track list featuring all new original material. Mellencamp hooked up with producer T Bone Burnett - the third consecutive collaboration for the two. "I never want to work with anyone else," Mellencamp told Rolling Stone last year.
Debbie Reynolds has been tapped to receive the Screen Actors Guild's Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming SAG awards on January 25. The "Singin' in the Rain" and "Will and Grace" star joins elite company with the award, including last year's recipients Shirley Temple, Elizabeth Taylor and James Cagney.
Kevin Hart is reportedly set to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish. The pair broke news of their engagement via Instagram earlier this week, where Hart shared a picture of the pair in which Parrish is gleefully showing off her new ring. "She said YEEEEESSSSS . . . . . . #Happy #MyRib #iF**kingLoveHer," Hart said alongside the pic.
Mariah Carey has announced the first dates for her The Elusive Chanteuse Show tour. The new tour is her first since 2006's The Adventures of Mimi and will see Mimi performing in Japan, Asia, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, and her first-ever visit to mainland China. "I want to experience the spontaneity and emotion that I put into this album on stage . . ."
My Chemical Romance fronter Gerard Way has revealed the cover art for his upcoming solo debut Hesitant Alien. The art of the LP - which drops September 30 - features Way, hair dyed red and wearing a blue suit and red tie. Way is set to make his solo debut at Reading and Leeds festivals in August. He recently made a surprise appearance the Warner Bros Summer Sessions.
Milla Jovovich has revealed that she is pregnant with her second child. The "Resident Evil" actress broke news of the forthcoming addition to her family in an official statement, noting that they will push back the production on the newest "Resident Evil" film. "This was originally going to be a post to tell you how excited I am about flying to Cape Town, South Africa . . ."
Blake Shelton is among the artists featured on Partners, the upcoming duets album from Barbra Streisand. The country superstar lends his voice to the cut "I'd Want It To Be You." "You heard it here first . . . my new album Partners is coming September 16th," she wrote in a post on her Facebook page. "What an extraordinary collection of talent!"
Wayne Marsh was killed after the semi-truck carrying the equipment of Motley Crue jackknifed, careened into his lane and struck his vehicle. Marsh was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Crue vehicle was transported to the hospital but his condition is not known. The accident happened in Jefferson County, Alabama in the early hours of the morning of August 15.
David Nail mourned the loss of his grandmother, whom he credits with his career as a country star. Nail hit Twitter to post a pic of his granny and him, captioning it "My heart is broken. RIP Mimmaw." After fans offered condolences through social media, Nail thanked them with heartfelt words. "I have the greatest mother in the world. She learned from the best."
Bob Seger has released a new single, "Detroit Made." While it's unknown if "Detroit Made" is a single off of a future Seger album, the Detroit Free Press quotes members of his team who promise that release information will be made available shortly. Seger admits that he just sort of stumbled across "Detroit Made."
After a few fairly slow weeks, the Blu-ray release schedule picks up this week with the home market launch of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," the Sony blockbuster starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx. Also getting released this week will be smaller releases like "Fading Gigolo" and "The Quiet Ones," though both come off of mild box office runs.
Famed "Saturday Night Live" announcer Don Pardo has died at the age of 96. The legendary television announcer served as the opening voice for "SNL" for 38 years and also lent his voice to staples including "Caesar's Hour," "Jackpot," "Jeopardy!," "The Kate Smith Evening Hour," "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade," "NBC Nightly News," "The Price Is Right," "Three on a Match" and "Winning Streak."
The Killers covered the Iggy Azalea cut "Fancy" during their headlining set at the V Festival in Staffordshire, England on Saturday, August 16. "We've sort of been working on something and we wanted to show you a little bit of it, if you don't mind hearing it," said frontman Brandon Flowers before launching into the cut, which came complete with choreography.
Arcade Fire multi instrumentalist Will Butler played his first-ever solo show at the Rock 'n' Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, August 16. Butler played a set of original material which was described on ArcadeFireTube as "Violent Femmes meets Pixies." "Will Butler solo show was great! All original stuff from what I could tell . . ."