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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...
Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts
Justin Bieber took home his first country music trophy at the CMT Awards.
Bieber's song "That Should Be Me," featuring Rascal Flatts, was named the Best Collaborative Video of the Year.
The Voice mentor Blake Shelton was also a big winner, earning Best Web Video of the Year for "Kiss My Country Ass" and Male Video of the Year for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking." Shelton's wife Miranda Lambert won Female Video of the Year for "The House That Built Me."
Weird Al Yankovic
"Weird Al" Yankovic's upcoming album Apocalypse, will feature two Lady Gaga parodies, according to Billboard.com. In addition to the already leaked "Perform This Way," Yankovic will take on "Poker Face" in the medley "Polka Face"...
Justin Bieber and Eminem each took home six trophies from the Billboard Music Awards ceremony, with Bieber being named Top New Artist among his accolades and Eminem being named Top Artist and Top Male Artist among his.
The six-way tie for the second-biggest haul of prizes — three each — was among Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Usher, Taylor Swift, Mumford & Sons and Taio Cruz...
Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood
Steven Tyler provided one of the big surprises of the evening at the 46th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. The Aerosmith star and American Idol judge joined past Idol winner Carrie Underwood for a rousing rendition of her hit "Undo It" before the two segued into a flirtatious performance of his band's '80s classic "Walk This Way."
Music worlds collided again Sunday when Rihanna performed "California King Bed" with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles. James Taylor also joined Zac Brown Band onstage for a medley of...
Train is set to perform on Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"What an incredible two years we've had with the great things 'Hey, Soul Sister' has done around the world!" frontman Pat Monahan says. "And now to be performing on the Kids' Choice Awards AND to be up for favorite song?! Man, this is the best part of an amazing ride. Woohoo!"
Miley Cyrus, Big Time Rush and Bieber lead Kids' Choice Awards nominations
Jack Black, host of the 24th Annual Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards
Disney darling Miley Cyrus leads the nominees for Nickelodeon's annual Kids' Choice Awards, the network announced Thursday. She's up for three — Favorite TV Actress, Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite Female Singer.
Big Time Rush and Justin Bieber are right behind Cyrus, scoring two nods each.
Following her acclaimed live performance on the Country Music Awards and her un-"Forget"-able guest appearance on Glee, Gwyneth Paltrow once again capitalized on her musical talents for her third time hosting Saturday Night Live.
The Oscar winner, 38, took on the country classic "Islands in the Stream" with Jason Sudeikis' Kenny Rogers during her monologue, where she displayed her "impressive" country music knowledge. Later, she put a bar mitzvah-inspired twist on Taylor Swift's "You Belong with Me" (sample line: "She doesn't...
Eminem's Recovery was the top-selling album of 2010, according to Nielsen SoundScan numbers.
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The album — the rapper's sixth release — has sold more than 3.4 million units since hitting stores in June.
Lady Antebellum's Need You Now followed closely in second place with 3.1 million.
Taylor Swift's third album, Speak Now, which was only released in October, came in at No. 3 with 2.96 million. Swift's second album, Fearless, was the top-selling ...
Taylor Swift, Jake Gyllenhaal
Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal's short-lived relationship has come to an end, reports People.
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"They're over," a source tells the magazine. "It ended last month."
Both Swift, 21, and Gyllenhaal, 30, spent New Year's ...