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When you hit it big with a viral video, there's the chance the clip can become more popular than the artist behind it, but Korean artist PSY is putting in overtime to make sure that doesn't happen to him.
The music sensation has been making the rounds from the MTV Video Music Awards to the "Today" show to "Saturday Night Live" to "Chelsea Lately," which is where we caught up with him on Tuesday night.
For a movie that's due out December 14, it's about time we got another look at "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey."
A new trailer for Peter Jackson's return to Middle-earth arrived Wednesday, giving us a lighter tone and more explanation of the plot.
No need to feel alone 'N Sync fans - Lance Bass wants what you want.
The singer told CNN that he doesn't at all mind the constant inquiries from fans about whether he, Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick will ever get back in the studio or hit the road as a group again, because he misses 'N Sync too.
The Kardashian family may not be welcome on the White House TVs, but we're betting that Beyonce is.
President Obama attended a fundraiser hosted by the 31-year-old singer and her husband Jay-Z on Tuesday night in New York City. At the event, which took place at Jay's 40/40 Club, Obama reaffirmed his love for the superstar pair.
Wyclef Jean's memoir, "Purpose: An Immigrant's Story," delves into a number of events in his life, but one of the buzziest bits is his admission that he loved both his wife and his then-friend and collaborator Lauryn Hill at the same time.
On "Starting Point" Wednesday, Wyclef tried to explain how that could be, starting off with the reality that he was quite young at the time.
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