Iggy Azalea has released a new song, "Iggy SZN," taken off of her upcoming album Reclassified, a new deluxe reissue of her debut The New Classic. Azalea will reportedly debut another new song "Beg For It", her duet with MØ, when she appears as the musical guest on this weekend's Saturday Night Live.
Bob Seger is set to team up with Jason Aldean for an upcoming episode of CMT Crossroads, the program that sees country artists teaming up with rock and pop acts to cover one another's songs in front of a studio audience. The show tapes for an invite only audience in Franklin, Tennessee on October 28. It airs November 28 at 10 PM EST on CMT.
Lady Antebellum joined Ellen DeGeneres in a commercial for Mattress Firm that aired on Ellen. The commercial is aptly titled "The Mattress Firm." In the commercial, which features a Murder, She Wrote themed opening with Ellen's face superimposed over Angela Lansbury's, DeGeneres helps Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott locate her missing husband.
Arcade Fire's Will Butler has provided the score to a new film about a man who impersonates President Barack Obama. The film is entitled Bronx Obama. Bronx Obama will mark Butler's latest venture into the world of cinema, following his Oscar-nominated score to the Spike Jonze film Her.
Katy Perry's rumored boyfriend Diplo is reportedly expecting his second child with his ex-girlfriend Kathryn Lockhart. Diplo even went so far as to change his Twitter handle to "Baby Daddy." A source told the New York Daily News newspaper's Confidenti@l column, "She's due in the next couple of weeks. Her friends recently had a baby shower for her.
Ozzy Osbourne says that he'd be open to bringing back Black Sabbath's original drummer Bill Ward. Speaking with Esquire, Oz added the stipulation that Bill has "to get his stuff together." "I hope Bill Ward can get his stuff together to do this, because one of the biggest things I'm proud of in my life was that Black Sabbath wasn't a band that was created by some business."
Jason Aldean is set to team up with Bob Seger for an upcoming episode of CMT Crossroads, the program that sees country artists teaming up with rock and pop acts to cover one another's songs in front of a studio audience. The show tapes for an invite only audience in Franklin, Tennessee on October 28. It airs November 28 at 10 PM EST on CMT.
Neil Young will hold his first ever art exhibition next month in California. Young will be showing a selection of his watercolors at Special Deluxe, which takes place at the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica, California on November 3. Young will be present at the opening. The show itself runs through the end of the month.
Courtney Love claims she has a running $10,000 bet with Foo Fighters fronter Dave Grohl on who can "get the most strippers." Love dished to the New York Post, "Strippers love me! I'm taking him down. I used to be [a stripper], and I tip like a maniac so they relate to me. That's the whole premise. That's why we made the bet."
Clive Davis does not think that Bobby Brown should take the blame for the death of Whitney Houston. In an interview with Britain's Daily Mail, Houston's longtime producer and mentor insists Brown is not the one responsible for her death. "I don't lay her problems at his doorstep," Clive began.
Brantley Gilbert says he no longer drinks alcohol and has Keith Urban to thank for his sobriety. "Keith's actually been a really good dude to me. When I was making changes in my life, I was down and out, I was even in the hospital, and he showed up and spent several hours with me one day out of nowhere."
Chris Brown is offering some sound words of wisdom to up-and-coming artists, telling them to not take his advice. Speaking in a clip from his new documentary The Rise And Rise Of Chris Brown, he admits to having made his share of mistakes: "I'd say, 'Well, don't take my advice because I'm gonna show you the wrong way to do it,'" Brown says in the clip obtained by Hollywood Life.
Trisha Yearwood will appear on an upcoming episode of ABC's Nashville. The show will host its own fictional version of the CMA Awards, and Yearwood will appear therein. In the Nashville rendition of Country Music's Biggest Night, the stars of the show have the opportunity to see real country stars in action.
Jennifer Lopez has purchased a new home in New York City, a luxury penthouse apartment that set the diva back $22 million. According to the Daily News, Lopez's apartment, located in the Whitman building, features 6,540 square feet of interior space and 3,000 square feet of exterior space.
Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason says that, while it would be fun to play the band's new album the Endless River live, a future tour probably won't happen. "It would be fun to play live, but it doesn't actually lend itself to a proper tour," Mason told Gigwise.