As someone who's had the pleasure of working on the show for more than a decade now, I know a very important part of that story came down on the big shoulders of GRAMMY telecast host LL Cool J.
Generation X, it is time to face the facts: The rest of the world isn't speeding up, you are slowing down. Yelling about it only makes you seem even older than you are. And sometimes a girl who runs the world is just a girl for a new generation.
Stevie Wonder at the top of his game singing Ribbon in the Sky to his newly engaged daughter, backup singer Aisha Morris, then grilling her fiance about his intentions made the Bud Light Hotel concert Super Bowl eve a tough moment to top.
Welcome to New Orleans, 5,000 reporters, bloggers, Instagrammers, Pinteresters, Facebookers and Tweeters here to cover Super Bowl 47. Our streetcar li...
Now that 2012 is over, it's always interesting to look back and see what our favorite Hollywood couples have been doing in the romance department and make some predictions of what will happen in the year to come.
After a six-year hiatus, we now have "Suit & Tie," which is almost as noteworthy for what it isn't as what it is.
This week our playlist includes music by Allen Toussaint, Philip Glass, Elvis Presley, Justin Timberlake, Stephen Stills, Sade, Max Roach and more.
We all knew who the true winner was this year -- the gif! Something about a few of those sped up repeated motions made my day -- and sometimes even inspired motivation to make my next major decision.
Find out more about the future of MySpace, plus a look into why Instagram and Twitter aren't getting along, in this week's episode of Freshwire's "60 Seconds of Social Media."
Confidence-wrecking news, husbands everywhere: Just minutes after becoming a married man, Justin Timberlake out-husbanded you.
Today, you married Jessica Biel. Your strings have been attached and I'm devastated. I wasn't ready to say Bye (Bye Bye).
The song "Suspicious" is about having suspicions about your lover cheating on you, about having that feeling you can't quite put your finger on, but you know it's happening. Oh, and it's happening alright... it's happening.
It wasn't so much a "something for everyone" weekend as it was a "multiple things for the same general audience" weekend.
After a four-year hiatus, Clint Eastwood (Firefox) returns to acting with the baseball-themed movie, Trouble with the Curve. In Trouble with the Cur...
Think of Trouble with the Curve as the anti-Moneyball: a movie that dismisses Billy Bean and Bill James' data-centric approach to quantifying baseball talent, in favor of old-fashioned gut instinct.
Is Justin Timberlake really finished with his pop career? There, I said it. I'll give you a moment to let that sink in, catch your breath and grab a kleenex.