Music lost a guiding light on July 23rd 2011, when Amy Winehouse succumbed to alcoholism. Fans continue to mourn the loss of her music, and now this first look at the upcoming documentary Amy will make you miss her even more. The clip offers a very human portrait of the vulnerable artist, and culminates in a truly heartbreaking bit of self reflection from Amy herself.
9-month-old River Rose is never far from famous mama Kelly Clarkson‘s side. The adorable duo have been making the rounds to promote Kelly’s latest album, Piece By Piece, and last night she was able to show her little girl the place where it all began: American Idol.
Eminem is now a Genius-verified artist, which gives him the ability to annotate lyrics on the site. Shady has 42 annotations up on Genius already, and in many of them, he gets personal about his pill addiction, friendships, and self-image. Read through the full list of Eminem’s Genius annotations on his profile page, and check out our top eight picks here.
Jimmy Kimmel better have Rihanna‘s money. RiRi pranked the talk show host in what became the ultimate April Fools’ prank of 2015 before appearing as a guest on his show last night.
Iggy Azalea opens up about opening up about her boob job to a 10-year-old, FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson are tying the knot, Rihanna pranks Jimmy Kimmel with a surprise performance of “Bitch Better Have My Money,” and more on First Dibs.
For most bands, the prospect of losing a lead singer seems catastrophic. The role is referred to as “frontman” for a reason: the main vocalist is the very voice and face of the entire group, putting his (or her) own personality out on the furthest edge of the stage, directly engaging audiences with self-created words and movements.
With that in mind, just try to imagine the Rolling Stones without Mick Jagger, Led Zeppelin without Robert Plant, or the Who without Roger Daltrey. They would simply no longer be the Stones, Zep, or the Who. Other music outfits, however, have faced down the prospect of soldiering on after their lead singer departs. Some have actually emerged from the ashes bigger, bolder, and more popular than they’d been in their original incarnations. It’s a rare occurrence, but when it happens, rock history gets made.
Something about springtime makes people just want to
bang take an “adult nap.” People typically engage in this sort of activity in pairs, but sometimes, the warmer weather makes people just say, “What the hell? Let’s invite a friend!”
Asprio’s stock spiked 938% thanks to Jay Z, Lana Del Ray hits the road with Grimes this spring, Judas Priest celebrate an anniversary with their own brand of coffee and more on Last Lap.
Ed Sheeran is fronting a new band, and among its members are Elmo, the Cookie Monster, and Grover. Yes, it’s April Fool’s Day. No, your eyes do not deceive you. That is most definitely Ed Sheeran in that Sesame Street music video for “Two Different Worlds,” and no, we’re not surprised he did such a thing because he has a heart of gold, so of course Sesame Street would want him to sing and play guitar in one of their videos.
Beyonce and Rihanna were among those present at Jay Z‘s star-studded TIDAL launch on Monday. The two stood as far away from one another as possible on the stage, posing for an obligatory press photo that’s about as uncomfortable as farting during a sex scene. What’s going on with them? The Gossip Table has the dish.