The Billboard Music Awards will air live Sunday, May 19 at 8/7c on ABC. And with Tracy Morgan hosting, it's sure to be a memorable one.
As Billboard announced, the event will feature performances by Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ed Sheeran and more.
Even though Kid Rock went red in the last election, he's not entirely on board with the current GOP agenda.
The rocker, who threw his support behind Mitt Romney in the 2012 election, is now sounding off against the Republicans, who...
President Barack Obama and noted Mitt Romney supporter Kid Rock met face-to-face at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. this weekend — but the encounter went surprisingly well, according to Rock.
"It was nice," Rock told CNN." I saw the president tonight. He said, 'I'm still here.' I said, 'No hard feelings.'"
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama's speech won't conflict with the kickoff of the NFL season — but it will skewer pregame coverage.
NBC Universal has instead punted that coverage to its cable outlets — Versus, USA Network, Syfy and G4 — while the president presents his job-creation plan to a joint session of Congress on the NBC broadcast network. NFL Opening Kickoff 2011, featuring performances by Kid Rock, Lady Antebellum and Maroon 5, will return to NBC after the speech...
The Bachelorette, Bentley and Ashley
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11. Worst Case of Denial: Country sweethearts Taylor Swift and Shania Twain show "there's a time to sing and a time to kick ass" when they parody Thelma & Louise at the CMT Music Awards. The clip shows the two on the road, playing with guns, driving off cliffs and bumping into the likes of Glee's Chord Overstreet ("Who do you think you are, Brad Pitt?" Shania asks dryly) and Kid Rock. The most bizarre cameo is by...
Piers Morgan has a growing list of people he doesn't want on his new show.
The host of CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, which debuted Monday, calls his fellow America's Got Talent judge Howie Mandel irritating, and tells Entertainment Weekly that "he has a chance to redeem himself on Season 6" of the reality competition show. "I don't hold out any hope," he adds.
Piers Morgan knows he has his work cut out for him on ratings-challenged CNN. So as the British host, best known in the U.S. as a judge on America's Got Talent, prepares to take Larry King's timeslot, he's lining up marquee names for his first week of guests after kicking things off with Oprah Winfrey.
Piers Morgan on the banning of Madonna, butt-kicking of CNN
After the daytime talk queen appears on the first Piers Morgan Tonight (debuting Monday, Jan. 17 at 9/8c on CNN), those appearing on Week 1 will be ...
Since the late 1990s, British imports such as Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Dancing With the Stars and American Idol have become ratings blockbusters in the United States. But stateside success has eluded one of the biggest Brit hits of them all.
It's Top Gear, the rollicking reality/talk-show hybrid from the BBC that features three British automotive journalists gabbing about cars and performing elaborate and occasionally breathtaking stunts and challenges. The series, which has been shown here on BBC America, has been a worldwide sensation for almost 10 years and was recently the subject of a 60 Minutes profile. The studio ...
Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart
Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity and Stephen Colbert's competing/companion March to Keep Fear Alive was refreshingly free of the usual liberal-vs.-conservative rhetoric and instead pointed a finger at a different adversary: the country's mass media.
"We live now in hard times, not end times," The Daily Show host told the crowd during his "keynote address" Saturday at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert to host dueling rallies in D.C.
Stewart said the rally was not "to suggest that times...
Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley
If May saw the near destruction of Nashville — due to biblical-proportion flooding that swallowed up much of Music City — the annual CMA Music Festival in June brought the community's rebirth. More than 250,000 people descended on Nashville over the four-day event, a whirlwind long weekend of artist meet-and-greets, celebrity softball games and live concerts. Consider it Comic-Con for country geeks.
"They're the most die-hard fans you will ever see," says Charles Kelley of vocal trio Lady Antebellum, who are featured prominently in tonight's three-hour special of festival highlights. The reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year, rounded out by Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood, is followed as they ...