British singer Amy Winehouse's family have put her north London home up for sale following her death last July, a spokesman for the family said today.
The Grammy Awards, the music industry's top awards, will return to Los Angeles for tenth straight year in 2013, taking place on February 10, organizers said.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber ran headlong into trouble on a European promotional tour , knocking himself out backstage in Paris and dealing with a crushing crowd in Norway that left some fans injured one day earlier.
Pop superstar Madonna kicked off a new world tour wishing peace on the Middle East even as she showcased grim dance routines depicting violence and bloody gunmen among her more colorful numbers.
DC Comics is introducing a gay version of the Green Lantern, showing him in a romantic kiss with his partner in civilian life before donning his skin-tight unitard typically associated with straight superheroes.
Teenage pop star Justin Bieber turned a quiet Paris street corner into an impromptu concert venue this afternoon, crooning through a megaphone at a balcony window over the screams of hundreds of adoring female fan
"Desperate Housewives" actress Kathryn Joosten, who won two Emmy awards for her supporting role as a nosy neighbor on the recently ended hit show, died of lung cancer today, her spokeswoman said. She was 72.
US director Michael Mann will head the jury at this year's Venice film festival which runs from August 29-September 8, organizers said on Friday.
Actress Drew Barrymore has tied the knot for the third time, marrying her art dealer fiance Will Kopelman this weekend in Southern California, media outlets reported on Sunday.
Actors Kevin Costner and Stephen Baldwin opened a real-life legal drama today as jury selection began in a trial over Baldwin's claims that Costner cheated him out of his share of a multi-million dollar deal to sell oil extractors to British Petroleum in 2010.