50 Cent makes a special appearance in a new comedic "50 Cent Store" commercial. The bit, filmed for Jimmy Kimmel Live, finds Fif hustling his own take of the "99 Cent Store" model. The MC encourages fans to stop by the shop, which is conveniently located right behind the club. "So come on by to the 50 Cent Store or you might get shot," said 50 in the video.
Dolly Parton's second TV movie, Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, will premiere on NBC on November 30. Parton made the announcement during an appearance on Fox News' Fox & Friends. According to a press release, Christmas of Many Colors "is the next chapter in the life of young Dolly Parton.
The Minnesota Wild have selected Prince's classic track "Let's Go Crazy" as their new goal song. The tune will play whenever the Wild score in the upcoming season and was chosen after a lengthy fan-voting process. The team announced that their hometown hero's song will serve as the new goal song via Twitter.
The newest release from Kings of Leon will take on the topic of addiction, according to a new interview with Q magazine. During a interview Caleb Followill revealed that he also drew inspiration from his wife Lily Aldridge. Speaking of the track "Find Me" he said, "She stayed in this hotel in Los Angeles.
Justin Timberlake has revealed the track listing to the forthcoming original soundtrack to Trolls. The singer served as the executive producer on the release and also contributed music to it. He shared the full track listing in a graphic for Instagram that showcased a cassette tape and an old style tape jacket.
A Virginia man is facing criminal charges this week after he was arrested for attempting to sell forged Black Sabbath tickets. Shannon Michael Seeber was picked up by police in Bristow, Virginia and was also allegedly found with fake tickets for other artists including Barbra Streisand and Adele.
Green Day has revealed that they are concerned about the increasing level of violence in today's video games. Speaking with Kerrang! Mike Dirnt said that kids these days have far different media exposure than when he was a kid. "My kids are going to grow up seeing things that I never saw, like Mixed Martial Arts."
Cher has unleashed on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump comparing him to dictators like Stalin and Hitler during a recent public appearance. Speaking at a recent fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, the pop icon said she sees clear overlaps in the rhetoric between all three men.
Metallica have a revealed a clip of their new track "Moth Into Flame." The track will likely be included on the forthcoming new release for the band, which follows their 2008 album Death Magnetic. The new clip comes as part of a trailer video for the new album. The track comes part way into the video and finds James Hetfield taking on his signature dark subject matter.
Alan Jackson has revealed plans to open a brand new restaurant on Lower Broadway in Nashville. The star reportedly purchased the new location at 421 Lower Broadway for $5.75 million and it will house his AJ's Good Time Bar. "I always wanted to own a honky-tonk that plays real country music on Broadway that I could put my name on," Jackson tells the Tennessean.
Paul McCartney reportedly was the person who convinced writers on The Simpsons to make Lisa a vegetarian. The legend has been a staunch animal rights advocate for years and Simpsons vet Hank Azaria revealed that Macca only agreed to appear on the show if they turned a character into a vegetarian.
George Clinton has confirmed plans to release a new album. It will be the first release for Clinton since his 2008 effort George Clinton and His Gangsters of Love and is set for release on Flying Lotus' label Brainfeeder. The label broke news of the release via social media writing: "Yes, the word is out!" the official Brainfeeder Twitter account posted Tuesday afternoon.
Moody Blues have confirmed the dates and guest artists for their upcoming cruise event. The event will take place between January 2-7, 2018, and includes stops at Grand Cayman and Cozumel. They broke the new details of the event in an official press release. "It's such a great opportunity to have all the fans together," Moody Blues frontman Justin Hayward says in a news release.
Sarah Paulson has landed a role in a new Ryan Murphy series. The show, titled "Feud," and it will be a new FX drama. Paulson will be portraying the late Geraldine Page in the series. Paulson will be working alongside Jessica Lange, who will play the role of Joan Crawford, as well as Susan Sarandon who is playing the role of Bette Davis.
Indie rock group Sleigh Bells are suing pop star Demi Lovato for using a likeness in their song. Sleigh Bells allege that Lovato's song "Stars" uses the same combination of handclap and bass drum as their song "Infinity Guitars." In a comparison of the two songs, it is plausible to assume Lovato's "Stars" samples Sleigh Bells "Infinity Guitars."