The English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran will headline the Global Citizen Festival, a free concert in New York aimed at rallying support to fight global poverty.
Pop star Justin Bieber pleaded guilty to assault and careless driving, but will not go to jail over a collision with paparazzi in the Canadian countryside last year.
Hip-hop star Iggy Azalea has said she canceled her tour because she needed a "mental break."
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and her rap star husband Kanye West are expecting their second child.
A Kazakh singer has been awarded in Bulgarian Varna.
Las Vegas police have launched a homicide investigation into the death of B.B. King, a coroner's office.
The family of British singer Amy Winehouse, who died aged 27 from alcohol poisoning, condemned a forthcoming documentary about her life as "misleading".
Rocker Avril Lavigne has revealed that she was bedridden for five months due to Lyme disease and felt she was dying.
Pop star Justin Bieber attended a mediation session in Miami over a lawsuit against him in which a photographer alleges that one of the star's bodyguards assaulted him.
Canadian singer Joni Mitchell, one of the symbols of the Woodstock generation, was in intensive care in a Los Angeles hospital, according to her website.
Baikadamov’s Choir Capella performed on the stage of Zhambyl’s Philarmony on March 20.
Bjork has become the latest among the rare number of pop stars to refuse to stream an album, saying it was a matter of "respect" for artists.
Elvis Presley, the late "king" of rock-and-roll and former fixture in Las Vegas, will receive a symbolic return to Sin City with a reconstruction of his concerts.
Pop star Madonna told French radio that "intolerance" was now so high in France and Europe that "it feels like Nazi Germany."
R&B star Chris Brown ditched a performance Tuesday in Canada at the 11th hour after he was barred entry.
Taylor Swift was crowned the world's top-selling artist in 2014, although an industry group said that the Disney soundtrack "Frozen" would have beaten her.
Pussy Riot, the Russian band jailed after mocking the Kremlin, has released a first English-language song that takes aim not at Vladimir Putin but at US police brutality.
The tour manager of rapper Nicki Minaj was stabbed to death and another member of her entourage was seriously injured in a bar fight, the artist and police said.
The rapper Drake cruised to number one on the US charts with his new album, even though he released it only digitally and with no prior publicity.
Kazakhstan’s popular singer Batyrkhan Shukenov has impersonated a famous American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong at Russian TV show.