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Britney Spears dishes on Carpool Karaoke
Oops! James Corden did it again, sharing his Carpool Karaoke commute with Britney Spears on Thursday's edition of "The Late Late Show."
MTV to let stars loose in an unscripted awards
The MTV Video Music Awards have long been more about the show than the actual winners, and this year the network will go all-out by letting the stars run wild.
Glass Animals focus on others on terrific new CD
For their ambitious sophomore album, the members of the indie-electronic band Glass Animals got some creative help from an unlikely source -- total strangers.
Joanna Connor's fierce blues on 'Six String Stories'
"Six String Stories" is her first studio album in 14 years, but thousands of gigs in the interim have only enriched Chicago-based Joanna Connor's fierce guitar skills and expressive, bluesy vocals.
Colorful bear statues spring up in Alaska AAlaskalargest city
Alaska's largest city is home to more than 300 grizzly and black bears and now more than a dozen multicolored ones.
It's a mystery: New bookstore takes genre-specific approach
Murder Ink (偵探書屋), Taiwan's first mystery-oriented independent bookstore, is the talk of the town among mystery aficionados, due largely to the owner's unique management strategy and the shop's one-of-its-kind atmosphere.
Dwayne Johnson is world's highest paid actor: Forbes
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was named the world's highest paid actor by Forbes on Thursday, raking in US$64.5 million and snatching the title held for three consecutive years by Robert Downey Jr.
Review: Streisand's new album with Hollywood stars is uneven
On her new album of duets, Barbra Streisand is asked by one of her guest singers one of those ridiculous, starry-eyed questions that only someone who lives in an oceanfront estate in Malibu would consider.
Ex-Wailers members go to court over use of band's name
Former members of the Jamaican reggae band The Wailers, which played alongside Bob Marley, are going to court to try to stop the group they left from performing under the same name.
Belarus strongman forces Steven Seagal to try out one of his homegrown carrots
Green-fingered Belarusian strongman Alexander Lukashenko forced U.S. action star Steven Seagal to eat one of his homegrown carrots in an awkward encounter that prompted much mockery on Thursday in the ex-Soviet state.
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