The recently-crowned No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, Katy Perry's "E.T." featuring Kanye West, is set for its video debut on VEVO and MTV tomorrow. Katy has released teasers in recent weeks to build angst amongst her fellow aliens and has yet to disappoint.
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"We [she and Chris Brown] don’t have to talk again ever in my life. I just didn’t want to make it more difficult for him professionally. ...[The domestic abuse incident between Brown and Rihanna in 2009 was] a personal thing [and] it had nothing to do with his career. Saying he has to be a hundred feet away from me, he can’t perform at awards shows – that definitely made it difficult for him."
-- Rihanna via Rolling Stone on lifting the restraining order between herself and ex-boyfriend Chris Brown
On the day of her new album, Femme Fatale's, release, Britney Spears performed two of its singles on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The first was the recently released "Till The World Ends" and the last was fan favorite "Hold It Against Me."
Chris Brown showed why he is one of the best performers in the industry on last night's episode of Dancing With The Stars. With colorful suits and huge dance numbers, he performed singles "Yeah 3x" (from his current No. 1 album F.A.M.E) and "Forever" (from his fastest-selling album to date, Exclusive).
F.A.M.E seems to be a suitable name for Chris Brown's fourth studio album. The album, which was released last Tuesday, scored the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 this week, making this his first album to reach the top of the charts.
An impressive 273,000 copies were sold in its first week of release. Graffiti, F.A.M.E's predecessor, sold only 102,000 copies in its first week.
High on the promotional trail for her new album, Femme Fatale,
Britney Spears gave a surprise mini-concert at RAIN nightclub in Las Vegas Friday. With flamboyant costumes and "huge" dance numbers, she performed singles "Till The World Ends," "Hold It Against Me" and "Big Fat Bass." The album hits stores on March 29.
The new commercial for video game Top Spin 4 (PS3) starring Serena Williams has been banned, says PunchBowl Blog. 2K Sports, the game's manufacturer, rejected the commercial due to its apparent raunchiness. There is no word as to whether a replacement video will be made.
If renewed fame is what Chris Brown was looking for, he will surely have it.
Neon Limelight (by way of Hits Daily Double) reports that Chris' new album, F.A.M.E, is scheduled to sell between 250-275,000 copies in its first week. This feat will more than double its predecessor's debut. Graffiti, Chris' third album, sold only 102,000 copies in its first week.
Hollywood legend and classic beauty Elizabeth Taylor is dead. A report from her family says that she had been hospitalized since February for congestive heart failure, and died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in
Los Angeles this morning. She was 79-years-old.
The morning of Chris Brown's new album launch quickly turned into a disaster. The singer appeared on Good Morning America (ABC) for an interview with co-host Robin Roberts and to perform two songs from the F.A.M.E album. He reportedly left his first performance in a rage, trashed his dressing room and stormed out of the studio without his shirt and before his last scheduled performance.
Comeback kid Chris Brown took over BET's 106 & Park on the eve of F.A.M.E, his fourth studio album's, debut. With the help of Busta Rhymes, Tyga, Kevin McCall and Bow Wow, the singer gave stunning performances of Look At Me Now, Deuces and Ain't Thinking About You (from his joint mixtape with Tyga titled Fan of a Fan).
Though Nicki Minaj's fame has reached unsurmountable heights in the past two years, no one expected her to be hosting a nationally televised singing/talent contest. Well, she has proved everyone wrong.
Scroll down to learn more of Nicki's possible future deal with Simon Cowell on X-Factor:
With Chris Brown's fourth studio album F.A.M.E less than a week from release, one would think that he would be promoting it for quite some time. However, Neon Limelight has learned that the singer plans to release another album within the next six months.
Please continue after the jump to learn what Chris has in store:
British songbird Jessie J performed singles "Price Tag" (with B.o.B) and "Mamma Knows Best" on last night's SNL. Both are from her debut album Who You Are, hitting UK shelves on March 28 with an American release on April 12.
Japan was hit by one of the worst earthquakes in recorded history Friday--8.9 in magnitude--causing a 30-foot tsunami that reached Hawaii, massive aftershocks and has endangered the entire Pacific and West Coast of the United States.
Complete Japanese cities has been wiped out, hundreds of bodies have been found in the northeastern coastal region and governments across the world are working to send immediate aid. Evacuations have been ordered for Northern California and Hawaii. Once has since been lifted from Indonesia.
A nuclear emergency has been declared in Japan following the failure of the cooling system at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant. The system was heavily effected by the earthquake, which caused a power failure. A state of emergency was previously declared at the plant.
For more information and complete updates throughout the day, click HERE.
For specific information on the nuclear plant explosion which occurred Saturday, click HERE.
To help, American residents can text REDCROSS to 90999 and donate $10 via their mobile phone(s). Canadian residents can donate by dialing 1-800-418-1111 or by visiting the Canadian Red Cross' official website.