Miley Cyrus has took it upon herself to point out that Elvis Presley was the "original twerker." In an interview with Australia's Sunday Night TV Show, NME reports: "Elvis, he wasn't wearing the outfits I was wearing but he was coming out and he was doing like the OG twerking. Like, no one wants to admit that he was twerking, he was."
The most anticipated tracks from Queen's forthcoming album, Queen Forever, are the duets between Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson. Roger Taylor has confirmed that the Jackson estate is holding the tracks hostage for now: "[Yes], if we could get a decision from the Michael Jackson estate, who seem to be, well, difficult," Taylor said.
Carrie Underwood has announced that she's expecting her first child with her husband, Mike Fisher. "In honor of 'Labor' Day, Ace & Penny would like to make an announcement. Their parents couldn't be happier . . ." said the country songstress while holding her two dogs, who were wearing "I'm going to be a big sister" and "big brother" outfits.
A new George Harrison box set entitled George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75, which features the former Beatle's first six solo albums, will be released on September 23. All six albums will also be available individually. George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75 features 1968's Wonderwall Music, Electronic Sound and more.
Iggy Azalea joined the Los Angeles lineup of the Made in America Festival over the weekend. Azalea played to a crowd of over 35,000 fans assembled at the steps of the Los Angeles City Hall, bringing out Rita Ora for a duet on "Black Widow." Azalea also played her hits "P*ssy" and "Fancy."
Faith Evans released a teaser clip of her new music video, "I Deserve It," which features femcee Missy Elliott and Sharaya. The new 1990s-inspired track is the first single to drop off her sixth studio album, Incomparable. In the 30-second clip the ladies, being Faith and Missy, hit the club with Missy's protégé Sharaya.
Photographs of Pink Floyd's The Endless River vinyl master have surfaced online. Well, not the actual cover of the album, but proof that it exists and is on its way. The website Neptune Pink Floyd have been sent some pictures of a packing list, which reveals the band's name, album title and the fact that it's a double album.
Taylor Swift has joined season seven of The Voice as a celebrity adviser, according to US Weekly. The 24-year-old "Shake It Off" singer will take on the responsibility of mentoring contestants from all four teams. She will give them tips on their performance abilities, singing techniques and overall presentation.
Rihanna is the latest celebrity to be seen getting down to Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a." The "Rude Boy" songstress took a video of herself doing the Shmoney Dance on a yacht, alongside her good friends Melissa Forde and LeLe Boo. Shmurda, a Brooklyn rapper, created the latest dance craze, which he does while rapping in his music video for the song "Hot N***a."
Kendrick Lamar was among the headliners at this weekend's Made in America Festival. Lamar brought out Q and his TDE friends Isaiah Rashad, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, and ScHoolboy Q for the Los Angeles portion of the festival, rocking out a 75-minute set including the songs "Poetic Justice," "m.A.A.d city," and "Collard Greens."
Colt Ford has announced the details of his third annual Colt Ford and Friends Celebrity Golf Classic, which raises money for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Colt Ford Foundation. The event will feature Ford golfing alongside golf pros Billy Horschel, Boo Weekly, Jay McLuen, and Scott Brown (among others).
Arcade Fire closed out their Reflektor tour at their hometown of Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau, and continued the tradition of covering hometown acts with a rendition of fellow Montrealers Wolf Parade's "I'll Believe In Anything." The 19 song set list also featured a bevy AF hits like "Ready to Start," "Neighborhood #1," "Keep the Car Running," and "Here Comes the Night Time."
Imagine Dragons played to a 35,000 crowd at this weekend's Made in America Festival. The band's frontman Dan Reynolds ended the band's day 1 close-out set by crowdsurfing among the fans in the front of the audience at the Los Angeles City Hall. He also issued a shout-out to fellow performer Kendrick Lamar.
Jimi Jamison, the voice behind such movie themes as "Burning Heart" from "Rocky IV" and "The Moment of Truth" from "The Karate Kid," has died at the age of 63. He sang both songs as the lead singer with the band Survivor, best known for their hit "Eye of the Tiger." Jamison joined the band just after "Eye of the Tiger" was released and replaced lead singer David Bickler.
With the NFL football season about to get underway, distributor Lionsgate will top the new Blu-ray releases this week with "Draft Day," a PG-13 sports drama that had a minimal theatrical impact back in the spring. Also getting launched this week will be "Moms' Night Out," though the PG comedy from TriStar barely made a dent at the box office in the early portion of the summer.