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Billboard’s Women in Music: Shania Twain Accepts Icon Award, Credits “Dreaming, Working Hard and Being Courageous”

Twain was honored alongside Madonna, Kesha, Meghan Trainor and others at the annual event.

Solange Talks Cultivating “Diversity in Design” With Saint Heron’s New Online Store

Says the younger Knowles of her new e-comm site: "It isn't like an 'exclusive club.' It's open to everyone."

Grammys: Will Kendrick Lamar’s ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ or Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Win Album of the Year?

Swift's status as both seemingly infallible hitmaker and industry juggernaut makes her Lamar's toughest competition for album of the year.

“Come Together,” “Let It Be” Top List of Beatles Songs on Spotify

While there's definitely a focus on the hits, a few unlikely selections ("Blackbird" and "In My Life") have been surprisingly popular.

Florence + The Machine Cover Beatles, Eagles of Death Metal in Paris Finale (Video)

The band concluded their tour in the City of Light and paid tribute to the victims of November's terrorist attacks.

Carly Rae Jepsen Records ‘Fuller House’ Theme Song

The new episodes of the sequel series will premiere on Feb. 26 on Netflix.

Lady Gaga Opens Up About Surviving Rape: “It Changed Who I Was Completely”

"Because of the way that I dress, and the way that I'm provocative as a person, I thought that I had brought it on myself in some way, that it was my fault."

Russell Simmons Asks Donald Trump to “Stop the Bullshit” in Open Letter

"My friends, both Muslims and Jews, are saying there are so many comparisons between your rap and Hitler's, and I cannot disagree with them, Donald."

Sam Smith Blames His Royal-Family Gaffe on ‘Downton Abbey’

"My issue is that I watch too much 'Downton Abbey.'"

Miley Cyrus Licks Piano, Auctions for $50K at LGBT Charity Auction

The singer and LGBT activist came up with an original way to add value to the already-autographed instrument.

Lisa Ling Recalls Drug Use at Raves in New Essay

"There was a reason why they called it 'Ecstasy.' When the drug kicked in, an incomparable feeling of joy overwhelmed my senses."