Trent Reznor has two words for the Grammys after they cut his performance short: "F--- you."
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On Sunday night, the Nine Inch Nails singer, along with Fleetwood Mac singer/guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme, closed the show with a performance of "Copy of A." But the performance was abruptly cut short when the credits began rolling. Reznor immediately took to Twitter to air his frustration.
The original witchy woman, Stevie Nicks, is coming to American Horror Story: Coven. Showrunner Ryan Murphy tweeted about Nicks' upcoming guest appearance Tuesday, and while details are still scarce, it's clear that Stevie has been preparing herself for the role throughout her entire 40-plus-year career. Here are 13 times the Fleetwood Mac front-woman auditioned for a part on American Horror Story and didn't even realize it.
John McVie, Stevie Nicks
Fleetwood Mac is canceling upcoming tour dates in Australia and New Zealand because bassist and founding member John McVie will be receiving treatment for cancer, the band announced Sunday.
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14. Deadliest Temper Tantrum: On The Originals, Klaus tries to rectify the fact that he turned over his daggered brother to his current foe. After a drawn-out plan that costs quite a few lives, Klaus leads Marcel to believe he saved him and, in turn, would return his brother. But in the final scene, Marcel's bratty little mini-witch throws a hissy fit and refuses to give back Elijah before learning how to kill an Original. Klaus better steer clear of Rebekah when she finds out their brother is still gone.
13. Most Mysterious Transformation: On Tuesday's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., viewers get yet another hint as to who or what Agent Coulson is after his death in The Avengers. Coulson and the team help save his former protégé, who is surprised by how different he is from when she knew him. "But what did they do to him?" she questions Melinda May. Seriously, we're asking...
Lady Antebellum will be crossing paths with one of the first ladies of rock 'n' roll when they appear on CMT Crossroads later this year.
The cable network announced Monday that the country trio will collaborate with Stevie Nicks on the upcoming one-hour special, titled CMT Crossroads: Stevie Nicks and Lady Antebellum.
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Premiering on Friday, Sept. 13 at 10/9c, this will mark Lady Antebellum's first time...
This week, Kristen Chenoweth weighed in on the Anthony Weiner scandal through song, Chelsea Handler wondered whether she should be insulted by her guest-starring role on Lisa Kudrow's Web Therapy, and a disabled puppy achieved the impossible. Elsewhere, The Lumineers and other artists covered classic songs for the Grammy Hall of Fame, and a children's choir recorded a stunning take on Crystal Castles' "Untrust Us" at London's famed Abbey Road Studios. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Mick Fleetwood and Lynn Fleetwood
Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood has filed for divorce from his wife of more than 17 years, Lynn Frankel Fleetwood, The Associated Press reports.
According to court documents, Fleetwood filed for separation on March 22 citing irreconcilable differences and has asked for sole control of his music royalties and other earnings he made prior to the marriage.
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Stevie Nicks has apologized for saying she would've killed Nicki Minaj had she treated the Fleetwood Mac star like she did Mariah Carey while judging American Idol.
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Stevie Nicks, Nicki Minaj
Stand back, Nicki Minaj!
Fleetwood Mac's leading lady, Stevie Nicks, didn't mince words when she was recently asked about the American Idol feud between new judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj.
"How dare this little girl!" Nicks told The Daily, referencing Minaj's outburst at the judges' table when she allegedly threatened to shoot Carey. "If I had been Mariah, I would have walked over to Nicki and strangled her to death right there."
Bob Welch, who was a member of Fleetwood Mac from 1971 to 1974, died Thursday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, The Associated Press reports. He was 66 years old.
A spokesman for the Nashville Police, Don Aaron, said that Welch's wife found him with a chest wound at their Nashville home around 12:15 p.m. local time. Aaron said that...