British Belle Blazes The Stage In Stateside Debut
After setting the charts blaze on British home soil, Fleur East has ventured Stateside to push her global smash ‘Sax.’
The sassy track is poised for a major promotional campaign, the first stop of which was the ‘Dancing With The Stars’ finale.
Backed by a troop of fierce females, East rocked the house while contestant and former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Fields did her thing.
All the action awaits below…
Christina Aguilera won in more ways than one on the season finale of The Voice.
Beyond seeing her act cruise to victory on the hit NBC show, the vocal wonder teamed up with fellow belter Ariana Grande for a dynamite collaboration.
Together, the pair tackled Grande’s ‘Dangerous Woman’ – the title track to her third studio album.
With many hailing Ari and the a graduate from the school of Xtina/Mariah, how did she fare? Find out below…
‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s latest season continues to make moves for VH1 on a ratings front.
Still celebrating news that it had received over 19 million views following the airing of last week’s episode, its cast are to learn just how many viewers tuned in to catch Monday night’s offering.
Zayn Malik continues to carve out his solo success story.
Armed with the blockbuster run of ‘Pillow Talk,’ the former One Direction star aims to shine bright with official follow-up ‘Like I Would.’
To aid his cause, he took to the stage on the season finale of The Voice to perform the track, which is housed on his chart-topping debut ‘Mind Of Mine.’
Watch him below and find out why we’re…concerned.
Fifth Harmony‘s ‘All In My Head’ received a grand performance on the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ finale yesterday evening.
It was there, before learning ‘America’s Next Top Model‘ star Nyle DiMarco had won the competition, the ladies stormed the stage with a live rendition of the spicy cut as they hope to pull in major numbers with their new LP ‘7/27.’
As it stands, the Brit-Pop force that is Little Mix have sold more records worldwide than its Sony sister Fifth Harmony.
However, hits spawned by the latter have seen the group rise to become Little’s largest rival.
How they feel about the competition?
Find out below…
Shame and disgrace continues to befall Bill Cosby.
Good news for his alleged sexual assault victims below…
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Not even an all-star lineup featuring the likes of Queen of Pop Madonna, Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna were enough to save the 2016 Billboard Music Awards from tanking.
Its highly anticipated performers list and tribute to late pop icon Prince drummed up what was once perceived as ample buzz, final ratings report indicate the exact opposite.
Giving the annual awards showing its lowest viewership in 4 years, tuck in below to find out just how many people tuned in to the Ludacris & Ciara-hosted affair:
Pop Singer's Sophomore Set Halted At #3
‘No’ singer Meghan Trainor heard exactly that from fans of Drake and Beyonce as she was blocked from #1 on this week’s refreshed Billboard 200.
Originally believed to be the week’s top contender for the tally’s perch, as reported here, ‘Thank You’ – Trainor’s sophomore album – missed the top 2 due to equivalent album sales of 107,000 (nearly 90,000 less than her debut album). Drizzy, on the other hand, holds tight to the top spot for yet another week after moving equivalent album units of 239,000 (83,000 actual sales) followed by Bey’s 128,000 (92,000 actual sales).
Keen to see where all of your other favorites landed on this week’s album charts? It all awaits below: