A familiar face is returning as Grammys host. LL Cool J once again will serve as emcee for music’s biggest night. The rapper-actor has presided over 10 Grammy shows and has served as host for the Grammy Awards every year since 2012.
Comedy Central announced Tuesday that the pop icon will be the subject of the cable network's 2015 roast. As with past roastees including Charlie Sheen and James Franco, there will be no shortage of topics to cover, as the 20-year-old singer-songwriter has generated headlines for everything from his legal troubles to his allegedly heavily PhotoShopped Calvin Klein ad.
Whitney Houston's family says the singer's fans should "brace themselves for the worst" if they watch Lifetime's television movie about the late singer that premieres Saturday.
Pat Houston, president of the singer's estate and her sister-in-law, issued a critical statement about the movie on Houston's website on the eve of the movie's airing. She said the movie was done without the family's blessing and against the wishes of her mother.
The network has tapped Footloose star Julianne Hough and High School Musical's Vanessa Hudgens to co-star in its musical installment of Grease. In a bid to defeat the increasingly powerful DVR, the three-hour production from executive producer Marc Platt will air live at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016.
NBC Entertainment chairman BobGreenblatt — whose roots are in Broadway — announced Friday that the network just closed a deal to develop a series of TV movies based on Parton's songs, stories and life. Parton will produce. Greenblatt also noted that Parton could have an on-screen role and the movies will likely stand on their own and not be a series of films.
It’s said that you can’t keep a good man down, but in the case of AdamLambert, he was down barely 24 hours.
The American Idol season-eight runner-up and current frontman for Queen tells Billboard that he has found a new home at Warner Bros. Records, and that the label got in touch right after news broke that he had split from RCA Records.
Billy Joel, Mumford & Sons, Deadmau5, Kendrick Lamar and Florence and The Machine are among the big names set to appear at this year's Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, the annual happening announced Tuesday.
The final lineup came after Bonnaroo's "Bonnaroo Lineup Announcement Megathon" event that trickled band's names to fans in a series of announcements through a hotline phone number.
Nashville is taking fans behind the music — again.
Castmembers from the ABC series will perform songs from the show, talk about the stories behind those compositions and give viewers an intimate look at their individual songwriting process, talking about their own work as musical artists on Nashville: On the Record, a one-hour special that will air this spring on ABC.