Macklemore, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber are among the nominees for the first annual YouTube Music Awards.
The nominations are based on YouTube data over the past year based on fan engagement, including views, likes, shares, comments and subscriptions. The winners of each of the six categories will be determined by fan votes, counted by sharing the official YouTube Music Awards nomination videos on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
M.I.A. thinks the NFL is way off base suing her for flipping off the camera during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show. In a recently released video, M.I.A. argues that Madonna's young teenage backup dancers, who had their "hips thrusted in the air, legs wide open," were far more offensive than her middle finger.
Ring the alarm! Beyonce will headline the Super Bowl halftime show, The Associated Press reports.
The official announcement is expected to be released Wednesday, a source told the AP.
M.I.A., Anderson Cooper
M.I.A and Anderson Cooper engaged in a war of words over the war film Sri Lanka's Killing Fields: War Crimes Unpunished.
The documentary film examines the final days of the 2009 civil war in Sri Lanka. M.I.A, a Sri Lankan native, called out Cooper for an article Anderson linked to in 2009 that had false information about her.
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Is Adele following in M.I.A.'s footsteps?
Viewers weren't the only ones taken aback by M.I.A.'s middle finger gesture during Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show. The Material Girl herself says she was "really surprised" by it since it's such an "irrelevant thing to do."
"I was really surprised. I didn't ...
It wasn't a "wardrobe malfunction," but Super Bowl XLVI's halftime show managed to stir controversy. M.I.A., who participated in the halftime show headlined by Madonna, flipped off millions of viewers in a blink-and-you-missed-it moment during the performance of Madonna's new single "Give Me All Your Luvin.'" Click here to see a photo.
"We apologize for the inappropriate gesture that aired during...
Madonna gave Super Bowl XLVI attendees and viewers at home quite a show, even if she lip-synched for most of her 12-minute set.
During Sunday's halftime, the Material Girl pulled from every decade of her almost 30-year career. In an elaborate entrance involving Trojan men and...
Kickoff approaches as the New York Giants and the New England Patriots prepare to meet again in Super Bowl XLVI — four years after the Giants' upset.
The game — TV's most-watched event — is being broadcast live Sunday from...
Give Me All Your Luvin' video
Madonna is channeling her inner cheerleader for her new music video "Give Me All Your Luvin'."
In the video for her first single from the upcoming album MDNA, Madonna is surrounded (and worshipped) by football players and is joined by cheerleaders (the sadly underused Nicki Minaj and M.I.A). The video's best bit, however, may be near the end when Madonna transforms into Marilyn Monroe, bringing back memories of her video for "Material Girl."