Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea performed their sensual duet "Booty" on the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night. The two ladies closed out the awards show with the show stopping number. JLO donned a black and white leotard while Azalea showed off her assets in a glittery metallic leotard. During the song there were moments where Azalea smacked JLO's booty and they twerked.
Robert Plant recently explained why he is refusing to reunite with his former Led Zeppelin bandmates. The singer says his desire to constantly try new things started way before he met Jimmy Page when he was playing in Band of Joy with future Zeppelin bandmate John Bonham. "I was 19 years old then — why would I ever compromise from then on?" Plant tells Sound Opinions.
Ariana Grande has released her new holiday track, "Santa Tell Me."
The "Problem" singer wishes for Santa Claus to bring her a true love that lasts in the song.
"Santa tell me if you're really there / Don't make me fall in love again if he won't be here next year," she sings before being joined by a choir.
Sting is set to join his own Broadway musical The Last Ship. The singer will be playing the role of Jackie White, which is the role currently being played by Sting's best friend Jimmy Nail. "Big shoes to fit," noted Sting of Nail. "But he's passed me the baton for five weeks."
It has been announced that Katy Perry will be performing at the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show, according to CNN. The announcement was made by sportscaster Bob Costas during halftime of the Cowboys-Giants game on Sunday Night Football. Perry acknowledged the announcement on her Twitter feed while watching the game in Australia.
Brantley Gilbert took home the Favorite Country Album at the 2014 American Music Awards. The fan-voted honor for his record Just As I Am was presented at the AMAs on Sunday night. "I wasn't expecting this," Gilbert said in his acceptance speech, adding that "This one is for y'all. Thank y'all so much for having me. I appreciate it."
Jamie Horowitz, senior vice president for "Today," was axed after calling for the firing of Savannah Guthrie and the demotion of Natalie Morales. The former ESPN exec made a five-hour presentation prior to his firing that also suggested that Hoda Kotb be given a more prominent role, Al Roker be moved off the weather beat, and Josh Elliott groomed for a larger role.
Tony Award-winning Broadway star Victoria Clark has landed a surprising new role on the upcoming season of "Homeland." The "Sister Act" and "Cinderella" star has reportedly signed on to appear as the mother of Claire Danes' character Carrie Mathison. Thus far there is no word on the context in which Carrie's mother will appear on the show.
Garth Brooks had his performance in Greensboro, North Carolina broadcast at the American Music Awards on Sunday night. The country superstar played "People Loving People" in North Carolina and had the performance beamed into the Nokia Theatre in L.A. However, Brooks lost in the Favorite Country Album category to Brantley Gilbert, who won for his latest LP, Just As I Am.
Rutger Hauer has been added to the cast of "The Last Kingdom" on BBC America. The historical drama series is an adaptation of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling series of books "The Saxon Stories." Alexander Dreymon ("American Horror Story") heads up a cast that also includes David Dawson, Emily Cox, Matthew Macfadyen and Ian Hart.
Lil Wayne has released "Start a Fire," the lead single from his upcoming album, Tha Carter V, featuring a guest spot from Christina Milan. Weezy dropped the cut hours after he and Milan debuted it during the American Music Awards. "I ran into my old thang / I told her, 'bitch, you broke my heart / But that's just growing pains / Trust me: she ain't nothing," raps Wayne.
Lady Antebellum have released a parody video of "All About That Bass" to benefit No Shave November, an effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer treatment and prevention. In a video, Lady A do an acoustic version of the Meghan Trainor hit. According to St. Jude's child hospital, No Shave November is a great way to bring attention to the cause.
T.I. has released "I Need War," a cut from his Hustle Gang mixtape G.D.O.D. 2. The video features Tip and Young Thug hosting an epic paintball battle. According to Complex, the visual benefits from its easygoing mood. "It looks like Thugger and Tip are having a blast on the paintball field and aren't taking themselves too seriously."
Actor Adam Pally has reportedly confirmed plans to part ways with "The Mindy Project." According to avclub.com, Pally has inked a deal with his former "Happy Endings" network ABC to return as a producer for television and digital content. Pally first appeared on "The Mindy Project" in the role of Peter Prentice last year as a recurring star but was bumped into the regular cast shortly after.
Will Butler of Arcade Fire will release a solo album called Policy on March 10 via Merge Records. Merge released Arcade's first album Funeral in 2004, along with their most recent record, Reflektor. Butler joined Arcade Fire a few years after his brother, Win, started the band in 2001. He plays bass, guitar and percussion.