Justin Bieber was named the highest earning celebrity under 30 by Forbes. The magazine estimates that, during the 12 month period tracked, the Bieb pulled in a whopping $80 million - the majority of it from his world tour. According to the Mirror, the Bieb "is known to have invested millions of pounds in high-tech start up companies."
In a very busy stretch at the box office, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" is in good position to top the charts for the second consecutive weekend, though heavy competition from "Penguins of Madagascar" could make it tight at the top as it hits theaters in time for Thanksgiving. Also in the mix this weekend will be "Horrible Bosses 2."
"Hart of Dixie" will return early, debuting on Monday, December 15 at 8 PM EST according to the CW. The program's premiere comes just before an all new "Jane the Virgin." "Hart of Dixie" was originally slated to return January 9. "Rachel Bilson leads a stellar ensemble cast in this fish-out-of-water comedic drama about small-town living, big city attitudes, and complicated love triangles . . ."
Jazmine Sullivan performed "In Love with Another Man" at NYC's Gramercy Theater on November 18tgh, wowing the crowd with the cut from her debut album, Fearless. Yet, she's hard at work on her new album, Reality Show, which she says is sure to resonate with fans: "When you hear reality show, you're probably thinking it's a lot of me crying about my relationship . . ."
Garth Brooks has called off appearances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Today show and Live with Kelly and Michael, following the protests in Ferguson, Missouri. "We landed in NY last night to the news of the civil unrest that was going on in our nation," the singer posted to his Facebook page.
Joni Mitchell says she didn't want Taylor Swift to play her in a biopic, demanding that the film's producer her drop Tay from consideration. Mitchell said the film, based on the book Girls Like Us, the plot of which centered on her, Carol King and Carly Simon, also lacked a compelling plot.
Eva Mendes has opened up about the birth of her daughter, ten-week-old Esmeralda Amada Gosling. Speaking with The Violet Files, Eva says that she's experiencing the usual first time parent travails. "I thought my wild nights were over, but these are some of the wildest nights I've ever had." "[I] read the comment section from other mothers because I find so much solace in that."
Mary J. Blige is streaming The London Sessions one week ahead of its December 2 release. The free listen comes via First Play on iTunes Radio. "It's all about the London music scene and I'm so excited to have been part of it, to record my album," Mary said in a press statement. "The songs are fun, therapeutic, and soulful. This is a beautiful change for me."
Following a court order, Shia LaBeouf headed to Hills Treatment Center in Los Angeles. LaBeouf was ordered by a judge after he made a scene during a performance at "Cabaret" in NYC. At his court appearance on Tuesday, the judge was happy with LaBeouf's progress. "Shia's done a terrific job complying with this program and we appreciate the court's recognition of that," noted Shia's lawyer.
In an eclectic week for new releases, Jeff Bridges-starring fantasy drama "The Giver" is the most prominent new title as we gear up for Black Friday and the official kickoff of the extremely busy holiday shopping season. Also in the mix will be a couple of other lackluster theatrical performers, including action flicks "The Expendables 3" and "The November Man."
A set of unused photographs taken during the Beatles legendary Abbey Road photo shoot have sold at auction for £180,000. The pictures were taken by photographer Iain MacMillan on August 8, 1969 and were sold by Bloomsbury Auctions in London. Sarah Wheeler of Bloomsbury Auctions released a statement on the sale.
Gwen Stefani has shared a ten-second teaser clip of the video for her new single "Spark the Fire." The track's video, which she shared in teaser during an appearance on Ellen, was produced by her "Hollaback Girl" collaborator Pharrell Williams. Gwen is seen busting moves in the video while text bubbles and emojis pop up across the screen.
AC/DC has released the video for their latest song, "Rock Or Bust," which comes off of their album of the same name. Rock Or Bust is the first album from the band since 2008's Black Ice. It's also the first album since lead guitarist Malcolm Young found out he has dementia. Young's nephew Stevie Young filled in for him on much of the album's recording.
Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan are both set to headline Mardi Gras parades next year. Bryan will be headlining the 2015 Endymion Extravaganza, which will be taking place on Valentine's Day. "Luke Bryan is so popular right now, the ladies love him, and the parade is on Valentine's Day, so I think he'll do well," said Ed Muniz, captain for the Endymion Super Krewe.
A new documentary about Kurt Cobain is set to hit HBO next year. The film, titled Montage of Heck, was directed by Oscar-nominated director Brett Morgen, whose credits include Crossfire Hurricane and On the Ropes. The project has been ongoing for Morgen for over eight years and he has worked closely with the late grunge icon's estate.