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Bad Bunny brought his record-breaking “World’s Hottest Tour” to the 2023 Grammys stage, performing a mashup of “El Apagon” and “Despues De La Playa” to open the 65th annual awards show on Sunday night. The Puerto Rican reggaeton titan kicked off his set off-stage and was backed by a live…

General Pervez Musharraf, who seized power in a bloodless coup in Pakistan and supported the U.S. in the post 9/11 war on terror, died in Dubai on Feb. 5 after a long illness. He was 79. In June 2022, Musharraf’s family had revealed that he was suffering from amyloidosis, a…

Oscar and Tony-nominated actor Melinda Dillon, who played Mother Parker in “A Christmas Story,” and appeared in “Magnolia” and “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” died Jan. 9. She was 83. Her death was reported by the Neptune Society. Dillon is celebrated for her role as Jillian Guiler in Steven…

Former pop star Gary Glitter has been released from a U.K. prison after serving half his sentence for sexual abuse, according to reports. Glitter, who is 79, was jailed in 2015 for 16 years after being convicted of sexually abusing three under-age girls. The victims were 13, 12 and 10.…

In today’s podcast roundup, Michelle Obama gets personal in conversations with celeb friends about her recently published book in a new series for Audible; Kelly Ripa teams with SiriusXM; Louis Theroux is bringing a podcast to Spotify; and Dan Abrams’ Law&Crime digs into the history of the Sarah Lawrence College…

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s eclectic slate of 14 nominees for the class of 2023 runs the gamut from Kate Bush, who’s been nominated three times before but stands an especially good chance of getting in now, to Willie Nelson, who could follow fellow country icon Dolly Parton…

Justin “JT” Timberlake, he who brought “SexyBack,” freed the most famous nipple in recorded history and danced the hokey pokey without provocation, rose to fame as a child star and has kept his name in the lights ever since. As Timberlake prepares for his 42nd birthday and latest trip around the sun, we are taking…

Coldplay, H.E.R. and 070 Shake have just seven West Coast, North American concerts this year as part of their worldwide “Music of the Spheres Tour.”

“Yellowstone” actor Cole Hauser swapped his cowboy hat and chaps for a simple navy polo and baseball cap, shocking fans during a day out with his family.

Boygenius, LCD Soundsystem and Steve Lacy are three artists that don’t have much in common — except that they each have a lot of pent-up demand for concerts that has gone unfulfilled, for different reasons. The supergroup Boygenius’ entire touring history until now has been limited to a single month…