Jay-Z looks like a naughty schoolboy in his buttoned-up white shirt, black pants and baseball cap.
Jay Z received nine Grammy nominations, the most of any artist, while “Get Lucky” performers Daft Punk and pop singer Taylor Swift will vie for album of the year.
Fleetwood Mac, Tori Amos, a James Bond breakfast and the brand-new King’s Cross Square are our choices for London this weekend.
Elton John, Bono and Grammy-winning singer Mary J. Blige will be featured performers at the Robin Hood Foundation’s 25th anniversary gala next month.
American men over the past decade have embraced the slim-fit shirt styles long favored by their counterparts in Europe and Asia.
London is showcasing the best of pop music, with the stars of the Capital FM Summer Time Ball debuting what may well be tomorrow’s hits.
U.S. casinos are seizing on a Justin Timberlake movie about the perils of unregulated online gambling to revive the industry’s stalled attempt to legalize Internet poker nationwide.
Just before 10 last night, NBC News anchor Brian Williams said the total amount raised at the Robin Hood Foundation benefit was “$72,559,253 and counting.”
Our picks for the weekend:
"I cannot believe what I just saw."
- Justin Timberlake on Jun 10, 2012