Taylor Swift was the victim of a hacker attack to her Twitter and Instagram accounts. The hackers, believed to belong to the so called Lizard Squad, posted messages to Swift's followers, encouraging them to "go follow my boy @lizzard." Tay hit Tumblr to tell her fans that she's in the process of taking back control.
Muse have confirmed that their new album will be titled Drones. The U.K. rockers broke news of the title in a clip posted to Instagram that featured a black and blue background and the words "Artist: Muse; Album: Drones."
Lindsay Lohan avoided jail time yet again by finishing her community service in London. The actress was supposed to complete 240 hours of community service as part of her probation for a 2012 reckless driving charge. When she faced the judge to explain why she had been unable to finish the requirement, she noted that she had been suffering from chikungunya.
Faith No More have confirmed the full itinerary for their upcoming spring tour. The run is set to kick off at the PNE Forum in Vancouver, Canada on April 15 and will continue straight through May 15 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia.
Ne-Yo is streaming his sixth studio album Non-Fiction via Spotify. The 19-track effort features assists by T.I., Jeezy, Schoolboy Q and Pitbull. "It's quality music at the end of the day. I wanted to get to the place where people don't consider genre when they think of me," said Ne-Yo on Good Morning America.
Blake Shelton has been cast in the upcoming Adam Sandler film Ridiculous 6, a parody of the Western genre. Sandler co-wrote the script, which centers on an orphan who grows up in a tribe of Native Americans. The film also stars Whitney Cummings, Luke Wilson, Steve Zahn, Nick Nolte, Danny Trejo, and Chris Parnell.
Chris Brown has delayed his joint Between the Sheets tour with Trey Songz in order to complete his court ordered community service. The trek was scheduled to begin on January 27, but has been pushed back "a couple weeks." Reps for the singer have not released a revised schedule. "I would first like to apologize to all the fans and people who have been supporters," he said.
Common and John Legend will perform their Golden Globe winning hit "Glory" at the upcoming 87th annual Academy Awards. The song, featured on the OST to Selma, is nominated for Best Original Song at this year's Oscars. "I'm humbled and blessed to announce that @TheAcademy invited me & @johnlegend to perform at the #Oscars on Feb. 22nd!" wrote Com on Twitter.
The Doors have been voted into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame. The website hosts a monthly fan voted poll to induct classic rock acts into its HOF. According to the site, the 1960s rockers faced stiff competition throughout the voting process. "The Doors simply walloped their contemporary Jimi Hendrix by a margin of 61-to-39 percent in final round voting."
Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds will perform at the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit at London's Royal Albert Hall during a run of gigs scheduled from March 23 to March 28. Other acts announced include Stereophonics, Paul Weller, Van Morrison, and the Who.
Van Morrison and the Who will perform at the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit at London's Royal Albert Hall during a run of gigs scheduled from March 23 to March 28. Other acts announced include Stereophonics, Paul Weller, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
Jessie J shared an odd talent with fans on a recent episode of The Graham Norton Show on the BBC. Speaking with the host, she noted that she discovered it at an early age. "When I was younger I used to do auditions all the time, and I was asked what I could do. And I discovered when I was little that I could pretend I was in a box," she began.
Korn and Slipknot wowed a London crowd with a rendition of the Beastie Boys hit "Sabotage" at the city's Wembley Arena. The bands are currently on their joint Prepare for Hell tour. Korn announced on Twitter they planned to release video of their entire "Sabotage" after the show. Korn and Slipknot pick up their Prepare for Hell Trek on January 29 in Holland.
Lady Gaga shared photos of herself on Instagram doing yoga. The pop star stripped down to her bra and panties for the pics. "Time to tell last nights pizza whose boss," Gaga captioned the first pic. "Yoga with @triciadonegan #findthepinkdrop," she captioned one of the provocative pics, referring to her yoga teacher Tricia Donegan.
John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen are featured in the February edition of GQ magazine. The sexy pair host an intimate shoot while getting cozy in bed and sipping champagne in the shower. In one pic, Legend wears a sweater while spreading his parner over the kitchen table. Legend, along with rapper Common, are up for an Oscar nomination for their collab "Glory."