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Aerosmith-01192010.jpg Aerosmith rocker Joe Perry has opened up about his wildly popular holiday EP Joe Perry's Merry Christmas and says he is shocked by its success. During an interview, Perry says the EP was just a project for fun before it took on a life of its own. "Four weeks ago I had no plans of doing it, and then we did it and we were just gonna put it up on my webpage," he explains.

usher.jpg Alleged photos of Usher's genitalia taken during an oral sex act from a stolen sex tape have been leaked, according to a new report. According to Gossip Cop, the photos come from a sex tape with his ex-wife Tameka Foster. They are also reporting that the photos show a woman in the midst of a sexual activity. The man's face is not seen in the photos.

Metallica-102709.jpg Lars Ulrich has opened up about Metallica's 2004 documentary Some Kind of Monster and says that the movie may have been the only thing that saved the band from disaster. During a recent interview with The Wrap, Ulrich says that the cameras may have kept the band on their best behavior. "The making of the movie was one of the most extraordinary experiences in my life . . ."

jordinsparks-093014.jpg Jordin Sparks, who is a huge Arizona Cardinals fan, gave the middle finger to a Seattle Seahawks fan after her Cardinals suffered a 35-6 loss in Week 16. TMZ reports that Sparks, who sang the National Anthem before the game, flipped the bird to the fan outside of the end zone.

faithevans-082112.jpg Despite their controversial past history, Faith Evans says she'd consider collaborating with Lil' Kim. During a recent interview with Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Faith said that she's willing to bury the hatchet with Lil' Kim, despite Kim's affair with her late husband Notorious B.I.G.

carrieunderwood-051111.jpg Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood have been announced as the headlining acts for the inaugural Big Barrel Country Festival. The first time event will also feature performances from Jake Owen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chris Young, Gary Allan, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, and more.

police-022814.jpg Sting has opened up about his hit Broadway musical The Last Ship and says he was warned by Paul Simon to avoid the Great White Way at all costs. Speaking with the Wall Street Journal, the Police rocker said that Simon was turned off to Broadway after his musical The Capeman was a relative flop.

MartinaMcBride-102109.jpg Martina McBride has signed with Nash Icon Music, the joint venture of Cumulus Media and Big Machine Label Group. McBride dropped the big news on Today with correspondent Jenna Bush Hager, and took to Twitter to express her excitement while stating that she will be working on new music next year.

LedZeppelin-100709.jpg  Veteran rock drummer Carmen Appice says he could be the best fit on drums if there was ever a Led Zeppelin reunion. During a recent interview with Totally Driven Radio, Appice said that Jason Bonham may be the front runner, but they may not be entirely warranted. "Everybody in that band there is legendary," he told the Totally Driven Radio podcast.

Neva-052411.jpg Alicia Keys and U2 frontman Bono shared a special intimate moment, and now Keys is sharing that moment with her fans. The picture, shared on Keys' Twitter, shows Bono kneeling down to kiss the pregnant belly of Keys. She also shared the snap to Instagram with the caption "Baby love from Uncle B. Maybe the baby will be our Christmas gift . . . we'll let u know."

ElvisPresley-101909.jpg Elvis Presley was allegedly unimpressed with his holiday song "Blue Christmas" when he recorded the song. One of the backing vocalists on the track, Millie Kirkham, broke the news during a recent interview for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Kirkham, who provided the backing "woos" on the track, opened up on the session.

JenniferLopez-010412.jpg Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman get up close and personal on the latest cover of Latina magazine's February 2015 issue. The issue promotes Lopez's new movie, The Boy Next Door, a 2015 film about a woman that falls for a younger man who eventually reveals himself to be a maniacal stalker.

cagetheelephant-073013.jpg Cage the Elephant will appear on an episode of the upcoming season of PBS' Live from the Artists Den. The concert was taped at the Santa Barbara Art Foundry in Santa Barbara, California, and will air on February 13. "Cage the Elephant brought their funky, soulfully psychedelic sound to the stage at the Santa Barbara Art Foundry for its episode of Live from the Artists Den."

DariusRucker.jpg Zac Brown Band are set to appear on an upcoming episode of the PBS program, Live from the Artists Den. The country group kick off the new season with a performance at Forest Hills Stadium in New York, airing January 30. "On a warm summer evening, the GRAMMY award-winning country superstars Zac Brown Band brought music back to the historic Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY."

MarilynManson-092809.jpg Marilyn Manson has opened up Christmas and says he goes to great lengths to try and ruin the holiday for those around him. During a recent interview with NME, the rocker said he was trying to subvert the beloved holiday even before he was a goth-rock icon. "Christmas is a holiday that I really don't like."