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Phil Collins, 7-time Grammy winner, is retiring from music. Collins has enjoyed a lengthy career in the entertainment game, serving as a successful solo artist and front man for Genesis. His hits include "Sussido," "In the Air Tonight" and "Another Day in Paradise."
“I don’t think anyone’s going to miss me,” the singer was quoted in Time magazine, speaking on his retirement. Collins currently makes his home in Switzerland.
Collins, 60, released his album "Going Back" in September 2010. He’s decided to quit recording due to failing health, and we wish him all the best.
Read More | People
If you didn't watch American Idol's lengthy, two-hour results show on Thursday, you missed the newest Jennifer Lopez video. Idol's new judge debuted her music video for "On the Floor" sometime after the eliminations and before the wildcard performances, but we cut out all that nonsense to bring you the important part: the J-Lo video. Watch it in its entirety above.
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Funny how some things work out. Chris Medina, the American Idol contestant who grabbed so much attention from viewers (and Jennifer Lopez, who broke down when she eliminated him from the show), is a bona fide recording artist.
He doesn’t have to wait around for some reality competition to finish. The day following his televised elimination from the show, Medina debuted a brand-new single on iTunes, “What Are Words,” which you can hear in the video above. The entire song is based on the gut-wrenching, heart-twisting story Medina shared with the Idol judges at his first audition for the show.
Medina’s production company is 19 Recordings. But… wait! Isn’t 19 Recordings the same company that produces all the American Idols? Now, you’re catching on.
Read More | Los Angeles Times
Listen to Britney Spears singing "'Til the World Ends," the song Ke$ha co-wrote for her, in the video above. Ke$ha wrote the song after “imagining her and any female musician touring the world.”
Read More | Too Fab
American Idol has picked David Cook for its 10th season: the singer’s cover of the hit “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” is this year’s good-bye song. The iconic tune was notably featured in The Breakfast Club. Now, it will send disappointed American Idol 10 contestants away from the competition.
Cook was American Idol’s seventh season winner, and he’ll perform twice on the show this season. His version of the song will be available on iTunes on March 8.
Read More | Entertainment Weekly
Gwyneth Paltrow has been showing off her singing chops lately, and everyone’s taking notice. According to the movie star, she’s currently “talking about” a record deal. Watch the video above to see what Paltrow has to say about her music industry future.
Read More | Huffington Post
The hosts of the 83rd Academy Awards really want to host for you, you, you, as this funny video clip proves. Anne Hathaway and James Franco put this little piece together to promote the event, a tribute to "You're the One That I Want" from Grease (which we teased last week). As much as we adore James Franco, we're coming around to the realization that he's no singer. Don't believe us? Listen to the video and find out.
In one of the more beautiful moments from this year's award season, on Sunday night Celine Dion appeared on the 83rd Academy Award stage with no introduction to sing “Smile” for the In Memoriam segment, a number so heart-wrenchingly toughing it was guaranteed to bring a tear to the eye. The losses for the year of 2010 include funnyman Leslie Neilson, actor Tony Curtis, actress Patricia Neal, actress Anne Francis, actor Denis Hopper and writer/director Blake Edwards. Watch the entire thing in the video above.
A funny mash-up of Auto-Tuned dialogue has become one of the most talked-about moments of the 83rd Academy Awards, and our new favorite movie-inspired music video. Watch the whole thing above, and discover gems from your favorite movies: “I’m a Ball of Light” (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I), “We’re Still Here” (Toy Story 3), “Fishing for Facebook” (The Social Network) and “He Doesn’t Own a Shirt” (Twilight).
Read More | Just Jared
Gwyneth Paltrow delivered a beautiful, heartfelt performance of “Coming Home” at this year's Oscars, the original song from her film Country Strong. The tune was one of the nominees in the Best Original Song category, and Paltrow’s beautiful performance made a strong case for why the ditty deserved to win the statue.
It didn’t, however. Randy Newman won his second Oscar at the 83rd Academy Awards for his original song “We Belong Together” from Toy Story 3, which he also performed live on the big stage.
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