Lady Gaga's mind-blowing orgasms
The 'Poker Face' singer insists she learned how to mentally pleasure herself while studying at drama college several years ago.
Naked songtress hits raw nerve at JFK killing scene
Iconoclastic R&B singer Erykah Badu has struck a raw nerve in the United States, not just for stripping off in her new video but for being completely comfortable in her own skin precisely where John F. Kennedy was slain.
EMI, Universal U.S. licensing talks back on: source
Terra Firma has restarted talks to license the North American rights for its struggling EMI Music unit to Universal Music Group for a fee estimated around $300 million over five years, according to a person familiar with the talks.
MTV Movie Awards adds "global superstar" category
MTV has added a "global superstar" category to its 2010 MTV Movie Awards and is asking fans around the world for the first time to help choose the winner, organizers said on Monday.
Rihanna scared by sex letters
Rihanna is reportedly stepping up her personal security after receiving X-rated letters from a crazed fan.
Simon Cowell's surreal wedding
Post-divorce Usher returns with new attitude
When Usher and his creative team began tossing around ideas for his next album, they had one goal in mind: to get his swagger back.
'80s stars Hall & Oates back in spotlight
When Greg Kurstin, half of esoteric Los Angeles pop duo the Bird and the Bee, speaks of Hall & Oates, it's in a reverent tone usually reserved for devout believers meeting a major religious figure.
Could Abba be ready for a one-off reunion?
Swedish supergroup Abba may perform again nearly 30 years after they split, the former male members of the band hinted on Friday.
Simon Cowell to receive Emmy
Simon Cowell is to get a special Emmy prize for his TV work.
ABBA to reform?
The Swedish pop group have always refused to reform, despite many pleas, but Benny has hinted it now could happen.