Coldplay have released "Hymn for the Weekend," a cut featuring Beyoncé from the band's latest, A Head Full of Dreams. The tune sees the superstar teaming up with Chris Martin and company for a rousing club number. "So drink from me, drink from me / When I was so thirsty," sings Bey on the cut. "We're on a symphony / Now I just can't get enough."
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello spent their honeymoon at Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos, a Carribean luxury resort located on a private island with a mile long beach. Vergara posted a selfie of the pair catching some rays, along with the caption, "We will never forget this place. I cannot thank @RealRobertEarl enough for the best vacation of my life!"
Kristin Cavallari and husband Jay Cutler have shared the first photo of their new baby girl, Saylor James Cutler, one week after her birth. In the pic, Cavallari snuggles with the newborn, who is wrapped in a pink blanket. "Really sad about missing my 10 year high school reunion last night," Cavallari captioned the pic, "so many people I wanted to see . . . but at least I have a good excuse."
The Band Perry will perform at the annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony this Wednesday in New York City. The Band Perry made the announcement via Instagram, saying that they are "SO excited" to be involved. There is no word on what song the trio will be performing during the event.
Kacey Musgraves has announced additional dates for her Country & Western Rhinestone Revue. After recently wrapping up the first leg of the tour on November 22, Musgraves will pick things up in 2016 on January 21 in Dallas, Texas. The 2016 leg of the Country & Western Rhinestone Revue will hit Oklahoma, Nebraska, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and more.
John Legend offered a special birthday performance to his wife Chrissy Teigen during her recent 30th birthday celebration. The event took place at New York's legendary Comedy Cellar and also featured a special appearance by funny man Dave Chappelle.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke played the role of DJ during London's Climate March. Yorke rode atop Greenpeace U.K.'s float during the march, which took place ahead of Paris Climate Conference. For the march, protesters demanding that world leaders enforce stricter climate-protecting guidelines lined the streets of Paris.
Drake says that he would do anything to collaborate with Adele on a remix of his song "Hotline Bling." "I'd do anything with Adele. I'd literally go to Adele's house right now and do laundry for her," he said during an interview following 'Drake Night' at his hometown Toronto basketball club the Raptors.
Kristian Bush has released a new single "Thinking about Drinking for Christmas," his first ever holiday single. In a presser, he says that he hopes it's the first of many Christmas singles. "I am proud to release my first-ever Christmas single. It feels like it has been a long time coming, and it could be the beginning of something fun," Bush says. "I love Christmas music."
Trey Songz has released a surprise mixtape called To Whom It May Concern. The 12 track album features guest spots from MIKExANGEL, Dave East, J.R., and Chisanity. "As happy as I am, a big part of me feels empty sometimes," Trigga wrote in an open letter to his fans, "Music gives me a piece back."
Sinead O'Connor threatened to commit suicide in a chilling Facebook post. "I have taken an overdose," she wrote. "There is no other way to get respect. I am not at home, I'm at a hotel, somewhere in Ireland, under another name. If I wasn't posting this, my kids and family wouldn't even find out." "Apparently . . . I'm such a rotten horrible mother and Person, that I've been alone."
Keith Richards has opened up about fatherhood and says that despite being one of the world's biggest rock stars, he is a family man at his core. Speaking with GQ he says that ultimately his family is what has kept him going in such a harsh business for so many years. "I don't care how cool and hip and whatever you think you are. You get down the line, baby, what counts is family."
Erykah Badu, host of Sunday's 2015 Soul Train Awards, used Iggy Azalea as the butt of one of her jokes during the ceremony. Badu began by talking about her relationship with rappers. "As you know, I am the queen of neo soul and people say I have this common effect on rappers: that I make them change gods and wear crochet hats . . ."
Pearl Jam covered the U2 cut "A Sort of Homecoming" during a recent concert in Bogota, Columbia. The cut was featured on the Irish band's 1984 record The Unforgettable Fire. Eddie Vedder launched into a few bars of the tune in Bogota, before leading his band into "MFC," a cut from the band's 1998 album, Yield.
Rihanna has released the second installment of her ANTIdiaRy video series—a new partnership with electronics manufacturer Samsung—which takes viewers on a journey through the star's life. "There's more than meets the eye. The next #ANTIdiaRY room is now open," she wrote on Twitter. In the first episode, Rih unlocked the first bedroom.