Bill Murray can cross meeting Lady Gaga off his bucket list.
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" star has always wanted to meet the extravagantly clothed New Yorker, and on "The Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday, Gaga and Letterman made Murray's dream come true.
The Biebs may not want to visit home anytime soon.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the beleaguered singer was booed Sunday night at Canada's Juno Awards. While Bieber was not in attendance at his native country's biggest music awards show, there were reportedly some jeers mixed in with the cheers when his name was announced as the winner of the fan choice award.
Planning on picking up that new Wu-Tang Clan album?
You better have some deep pockets.
Shakira's new album is going to expand her "Empire" according to critics who've taken it for a spin.
The self-titled release, led by a duet with Rihanna called "Can't Remember to Forget You" and the aforementioned sultry single, arrived on Tuesday.
There are some undeniable hits, and some very noticeable misses as the Colombian superstar stretches herself with producers like Dr. Luke and Max Martin. The mostly English-language disc packs an array of styles in its 12-tracks, from rock to reggae to a hint of country thanks to a much-despised pairing with Blake Shelton. At one point, the 37-year-old's son with Spanish athlete Gerard Piqué, Milan, makes a guest appearance.
Multi-hyphenate Madonna is putting on her director's hat once again.
The music legend is going to helm an adaptation of Rebecca Walker's first novel, "Adé: A Love Story," according to Deadline.
And we thought the video for "Telephone" was long.
Lady Gaga has outdone herself with her new clip for the track "G.U.Y." from her "Artpop" album, stringing together enough visuals to create a nearly 12-minute video (a fourth of which are credits).
Or, should we say, "an Artpop film."
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