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Madonna Teases 2018 Tour Plans: “I’m Coming Back, Baby”

"2017 was soccer mom in Portugal. 2018 … I'm coming back, baby."

Solange Honored as Billboard Impact Award Winner for 2017 Women in Music, Ciara to Host

Other honorees include Woman of the Year recipient Selena Gomez, Powerhouse Award winner Kelly Clarkson, Icon Award winner Mary J. Blige, Camila Cabello as this year's Breakthrough Artist and Kehlani as Billboard's Rule Breaker, as well as this year's Rising Star, Grace VanderWaal.

Halsey Cancels Show in Canada Due to “Personal Emergency”

"There are very few things in this world that could make me stop a show, and my fans know that," she wrote on Instagram.

‘Tonight Show’ Producer Recounts Taylor Swift’s Tear-Jerking Tribute to Jimmy Fallon’s Mom: “We All Lost It”

After Fallon made his return following the passing of his mother, 'Tonight Show' writer and producer Mike DiCenzo praised the host for his “courage” and wrote about Swift’s “beautiful performance.”

Jason Aldean Reveals What He Was Thinking During Vegas Shooting

The country star, who was onstage during the worst mass shooting in American history, shared how the incident made him think about some of the political issues that arose in its wake.

‘Stranger Things’ Kids Go Motown as The Upside Downs on ‘Late Late Show’

The stars of the hit Netflix series and host James Corden pretended to be an old cover band.

Counting Crows Set to Headline ‘For the Love of Sonoma’ Fire Relief Concert

Proceeds from the concert will benefit North Bay Fire Relief Fund and NomaGives.

Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and More CMT Artists of the Year Open Show With Las Vegas Tribute

During Wednesday night's 2017 'CMT Artists of the Year' awards show, honorees Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban opened the show with a somber tribute to the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.

Hugh Hefner Honored as Playboy’s First Solo Male Cover Star

For the first time ever, the magazine will feature a man alone on the cover, using a 1965 portrait of the late founder.