Miley Cyrus went undercover and took to the streets on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to see what people thought about her upcoming hosting gig on the MTV Video Music Awards. Cyrus put on a brunette wig and busted out an Australian accent to quiz passersby. One man said that he didn't like her "style," adding, "And her dad. I just don't like her whole family."
Craig Morgan has announced that his ninth annual charity golf tourney will take place in Dickson, Tennessee on October 17. The event features the tournament, silent auction and evening concert. All proceeds from Craig Morgan's golf tournament and festival will benefit the Dickson County Craig Morgan Foundation, supporting foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee.
David Gilmour recorded a cover of The Beatles "Here, There and Everywhere" for this month's edition of Mojo magazine, which also features Gilmour on the cover. For the most part, the former Pink Floyd frontman stays true to the original version, which originally appeared on the Beatles 1966 album Revolver.
Janet Jackson penned a heartfelt note to Aaliyah, the R&B sensation who passed away 14 years ago in a plane crash. Janet posted a picture on Twitter of a handwritten note. "What I shared with u ever sacred everlasting N it's pure + it will endure. I love u Aaliyah. #RIP," she said.
Foreigner wrapped up a near two-week stand in Detroit with a special acoustic performance. The intimate show took place at the Ford Motor Company Conference and Event Center in Dearborn, Michigan. It will be released as a live album in early 2016 called The Hits Unplugged and Live.
Carrie Underwood has debuted her new video for "Smoke Break." The video, directed by Randee St. Nicholas, follows Underwood, wearing fringed cowgirl boots, a white tank top and a gingham vest, as she hitchhikes to a neighborhood bar after her truck breaks down.
The Velvet Underground's 1970 album Loaded is to receive a new six-disc reissue. The set, which Pitchfork reports is to be released on October 30 to celebrate the LP's 45th anniversary, will feature the original album remastered in stereo and mono, as well as previously-unreleased demos, outtakes and alternate mixes. Also included in the new collection will be two live albums.
At a recent show in Michigan, Dave Grohl invited a fan onstage to celebrate his 50th birthday. The two also shared a beer. As the Foo Fighters were playing a show in Clarkston, Grohl spotted the man holding a sign that read "It's My 50th. Let's Have A Beer." The fan came onto the stage and gave his name as Griffin before he and Grohl each pounded a beer.
Fans are calling for Taylor Swift to present Kanye West with an award at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. As West will receive the ceremony's highest honor, the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, during the show, fans have asked that Swift hand the award to him to put an end to the infamous "Imma let you finish" incident, during which West interrupted Swift in 2009.
Neil Young and Promise of the Real have added a second leg to their Rebel Content Tour in support of their recently released album The Monsanto Years. The new tour dates are set to kick off on October 1 in Missoula, Montana and continue through October 17 in Berkley, California.
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer are working on a comedic screenplay, J-Law revealed during a "Hunger Games" presser on Wednesday. "We play sisters," Lawrence told the New York Times. "We're almost done writing. It just flowed out of us. We've got about 100 pages right now." She continued, "Amy and I were creatively made for each other. We have different flavors."
Disclosure have released details of a number of collaborations on their upcoming new album Caracal, including the song "Magnets" they recorded with Lorde. "I didn't realize how many fans we share," Disclosure's Guy Lawrence told NME.
Pearl Jam may be planning to begin work on a new album sometime next year, according to bassist Jeff Ament. Ament tells Vice that, after the band's planned South American tour this fall, the group has an eye toward working on some new music in 2016. "The band will probably try and get another record going in the next year," he said.
After getting outed as a user of Ashley Madison, Josh Duggar has entered rehab, his family announced in a statement on their website. The statement didn't specify what type of treatment the family values advocate will receive, but comes after Duggar admitted to having a porn addiction. "Yesterday Josh checked himself into a long-term treatment center," Josh's parents Jim Bob and Michelle wrote.
Chris Brown has some fresh new ink, on the back of his head. The R&B star recently took time out of his One Hell of a Nite tour to get a massive depiction of ancient Greek statue Venus de Milo tattooed on the back of his head. The image also appears on the cover of Jay Z's album Magna Carta . . . Holy Grail.