When the Beatles invaded the USA in 1964, everything in the music industry got turned upside down, and CBS will honor the 50th anniversary of that fateful night with a star-studded special.
On Sunday, February 9, 2014 (exactly 50 years after the broadcast), “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” will go live, with performances by John Mayer and Keith Urban, Alicia Keys and John Legend, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and Maroon 5.
Fans of "The Voice" have every reason to teeter on the edge of their seats: the popular NBC has just released its season 5 finalists on Tuesday (December 10).
"Instant saves" are gone, and votes collected from Monday's performance show alone determined the finalists. The eliminations are as follows: James Wolpert of Adam Levine's team, and Cole Vosbury, of Team Blake Shelton, each sent home after receiving the fewest votes.
He’s arguably the hottest guy on the planet these days, but even Adam Levine isn’t above correction.
During his interview on the “ Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the “Harder to Breathe” hunk was tricked into reading his tweet from March 5, 2011 in which he declared, “I also would like to put an official ban on celebrity fragrances, punishable by death from this point forward.”
The “Moves Like Jagger” hunk commented on the dynamic between his fellow judges on “The Voice- “We never really got irritated with each other. It was more kind of like, we get competitive. We're all competitive, but it's all in a friendly way. There's no actual animosity.”