If you thought Frozen fever was thawing out anytime soon, it's quite the opposite. The drop in temperature around the country has only heated up the year-old movie — as evidenced by the latest cover of the Disney megahit "Let It Go."
Frozen belter Idina Menzel crashed CMA Country Christmas — which was recorded on Nov. 7 and aired Monday night on ABC — and sang "Let It Go" with the night's host, Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles.
In a recent interview with Mojo magazine, Fleetwood Mac drummer and co-namesake Mick Fleetwood admitted the band had been a bit "one-legged" in the 16 years it carried on without keyboardist/vocalist Christine McVie. If that was the case, Fleetwood Mac was back on two legs, standing tall at the Forum on Black Friday for what was — according to a photo montage from its '70s heyday proudly displayed in the Forum Club — its 13th appearance at the now remodeled venue.
One Direction makes history, again, as the act's new album, Four, debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. They are the only group in the 58-year history of the chart to see their first four albums debut at No. 1. (A year ago, they became the first group to enter at No. 1 with their first three studio sets, when Midnight Memories bowed atop the chart.)
The new album was released on Nov. 17 through SYCO/Columbia Records.
A snippet of a new Madonna song, rumored to be titled "Rebel Heart," leaked to the Internet on Thursday.
Madonna's publicist had no comment about the leak, but the diva's manager, Guy Oseary, tweeted, "I would be grateful to any Madonna fans that can assist us in finding those responsible for the leak. We appreciate your help."
Ariana Grande released her lyric video for new Christmas song, "Santa Tell Me," and it is just adorable.
The video shows fans a host of baby photos from Grande's childhood, and the snaps share very sweet moments between Grande and her family. Bette Midler may think the singer is all about using sex to sell her music, but this video is the furthest thing away from that and quite timely in its release.
Idina Menzel, who sang the smash hit "Let It Go" from the movie Frozen, is hitting the road in 2015. Starting July 7 in Richmond, Va., and continuing through Oct. 3, Menzel will play 39 dates across the United States.
Sky Ferreira refused to let her nerves get the best of Thursday evening in Los Angeles, despite several onstage acknowledgements that she was battling her anxiety. The 22-year-old singer, who released her debut album Night Time, My Time last year after excessive delays on the part of her record label Capitol, channeled the fear into an impressive and occasionally chaotic performance at the Belasco.
The Chopsticks Brothers may have been new to the American Music Awards audience when they took the stage Sunday night to accept the International Song Award for their viral track "Little Apple," but 1.4 billion people on the other side of the world have been unable to get their song out of their heads for the past six months.