LOS ANGELES (AP) — Iggy Azalea has tumbled off the stage during an MTV Video Music Awards benefit concert.
There is no immediate word if the Australian rapper was injured.
Azalea fell off the stage Friday night while performing her hit "Fancy" at The Avalon in Los Angeles. Security guards quickly pulled Azalea back onto the stage, and she barely missed a beat as Charli XCX joined her for the chart-topping single.
It's official: Jessie J is also hitting the Forum stage on Sunday night.
The singer will join Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande in kicking off the MTV Video Music Awards with their first-ever performance of "Bang Bang," their joint single set to be featured on Grande and J's upcoming studio albums.
Julien's Auctions announced Tuesday that items from the pop icon's personal and professional life will be auctioned Nov. 7 to 8.
Pieces from her "Material Girl," ''Music" and "American Pie" music videos will be offered during the Icons & Idols: Rock 'n Roll auction in Beverly Hills, California. More than 30 items from the 1996 film Evita will also be available.
Last, but definitely not least? For the MTV Video Music Awards, it's Sam Smith.
The network announced Tuesday that the final performer of this year's awards show — which will be held at Inglewood, Calif.'s renovated venue The Forum on Sunday, Aug. 24 — is the "Stay With Me" singer. It will mark his U.S. award show performance debut.
Anticipation — if not hype — is officially high for the Nov. 11 release of T Bone Burnett’s latest production, Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes, which features contemporary adaptations of forgotten lyrics Bob Dylan supposedly wrote back in 1967, the same year he recorded about 100 songs in upstate New York with future members of The Band, a session that ultimately came to be known as The Basement Tapes.