Nick Ashford, the Motown hitmaker who penned such classics as "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "You're All I Need to Get By" with wife Valerie Simpson, has died. He was 70.
Ashford, who had battled throat cancer, died Monday at a New York hospital with his family by his side, his rep told Reuters.
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A South Carolina native, Ashford met Simpson in a Harlem church in 1963 and the two decided to write songs together. Three years later, they scored ...
Diana Ross will deliver her first television performance in four years when she's a guest on Oprah later this month, Access Hollywood reports.
The former Supremes singer will perform her hit "I'm Coming Out," and sit down with the talk-show host for her first interview with all of her five children and her grandson on the Feb. 25 episode.
Christina Aguilera will sing the national anthem at this year's Super Bowl.
The National Football League and Fox network announced Monday that the
30-year-old five-time Grammy winner will perform during the festivities before the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Green Bay Packers.
Every year, MTV manages to create, or stumble upon, some special moment of insanity at of the VMAs. Britney's botched comeback, Lil' Kim's boob meeting Diana Ross, Justin Timberlake dissing The Hills (and encouraging MTV to play more music videos).
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TVGuide.com will be on the lookout for this year's crazy, and will live-tweet the night starting with red carpet arrivals at 8/7c with the hash tag #VMAs. Here are five crazy-yet-totally plausible things that could make this year's show:
What will it be this year? MTV's Video Music Awards (Sunday at 9/8c) always aims for memorable moments that amount to red meat for the chattering class: Sensibility-smashing performances ... unlikely kisses ... and generally outrageous behavior.