Ke$ha's latest single has been pulled from many radio stations in the wake of the Newtown tragedy, TMZ reports.
"Die Young" ranked third on radio playlists last Friday (when the shooting occurred) and reached approximately 167 million listeners across the country, according to Mediabase, which follows radio airplay.
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However, as it fell off some stations' playlists, the song lost...
Dixie Chicks' Emily Robison welcomed daughter Violet Isabel Strayer on Tuesday, People reports.
Violet is the first child for Robison and boyfriend Martin Strayer. The couple both perform together in the country-folk duo Court Yard Hounds, along with Robison's sister Martie Maguire.
Emily Robison, one-third of the country female trio the Dixie Chicks, is pregnant with her fourth child, People reports.
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"She's excited," her rep tells the site. Due in September, this will be Robison's first child with...
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Pop diva Gwen Stefani is pregnant with child No. 2 with husband Gavin Rossdale. As if their 20-month-old Kingston wasn't already the coolest toddler in town, they'll now have an opp to repeat the performance with this sophomore effort.... Dixie Chick Martie Maguire's also with child, which will be her third with husband Gareth Maguire. The music star, 38, had twin girls in 2004.... And even though it was only yesterday that Fred Savage was a nerdy teen on TV, he is somehow about to become the dad of a second child for him and his wife, Jennifer Stone. We'll check back in 2018 to see how those real-life wonder years are treating him with two tweens in the house. Anna Dimond
NBC and the CW have both elected not to air commercials for Shut Up & Sing, a documentary about the hysteria that resulted from the Dixie Chicks' criticism of President Bush. According to Reuters, NBC even went so far as to cite a policy that precluded its broadcasting of any advertisement dealing with "public controversy." (Yawn.) In response, the film's distributor, the Weinstein Co., says that in the wake of this censorship, it has begun contemplating a new series called "Project Lawsuit."