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Darlene Love Will Retire ‘Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’ After ‘Letterman’ Ends

What's next? "A Paul Shaffer-Darlene Love Christmas show somewhere in New York. I'm sure it would sell out"

Merry Clayton of ‘Gimme Shelter,’ ‘Twenty Feet From Stardom’ Fame Injured in Serious Car Accident

A June 16 crash in Los Angeles inflicted "major trauma" on the singer, whose website notes, "We are truly grateful that our dear Merry is still with us."

Oscars: Darlene Love Gets Standing Ovation After ’20 Feet From Stardom’ Win

The prolific singer-actress showed off her pipes while accepting the award for best documentary.

Brutally Honest Oscar Voter Ballot No. 3

A member of the Academy's executives branch talks THR's Scott Feinberg through his picks: "Gravity" is "spiritual," I'm voting for "the 'Captain Phillips' guy" and "Dallas Buyers" makeup succeeds in making stars "look like they're really dying!"

OscarLytics: In Part II of the Final Math-Based Predictions, ‘Frozen’ Is Looking Hot

In the foreign-language race, Italy's "The Great Beauty" is slightly ahead of Denmark's "The Hunt."

Oscars: Inside the Last, Desperate Push to Win Over Voters Before Balloting Closes

From taking over the late-night talk shows to going anywhere a reporter and camera might follow —even the Vatican — this year's nominees have stopped at nothing to court votes during the final days of this year's cutthroat Oscar race.

5 Filmmakers on Their Remarkable Journeys to the 86th Oscars (Video)

THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg recently moderated an in-depth conversation with the nominated directors of "The Act of Killing," "The Broken Circle Breakdown," "Frozen," "The Great Beauty" and "20 Feet from Stardom."

’20 Feet From Stardom’ Backup Singers Feted by YWCA Of Greater Los Angeles

The 120-year-old organization saluted the women for overcoming "all of the obstacles of poverty, prejudice and discouragement" and providing "a powerful inspiration for all challenged urban youth."

OWN Adapting ‘Twenty Feet From Stardom’ Singer’s Memoir

The first scripted TV movie for the cable network will tackle "My Name Is Love: The Darlene Love Story," executive produced by Oprah Winfrey and Morgan Neville.

Grammys Week Offers Well-Timed Showcases for ‘Twenty Feet from Stardom’ Singers

As the final round of Oscar voting nears, the singer-subjects of the best doc feature Oscar nominee are being courted by the likes of Mick Jagger and stepping into the spotlight at events like the Billboard Power 100, MusiCares and the Grammys.

Mick Jagger in Talks to Adapt ’20 Feet From Stardom’ for TV, Broadway (Exclusive)

Jagger and Victoria Pearman would executive produce the one-hour scripted drama alongside the film's director, Morgan Neville.