• Eminem celebrates 11 years of sobriety on social media
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    Greer McNally

    Eminem celebrates 11 years of sobriety on social media

    The controversial rapper posted an image of his sobriety coin online.

  • Mom 'livid' after being denied entry to Ariana Grande concert because of her breast pump: 'Are you kidding me?'
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    Elizabeth Di Filippo

    Mom 'livid' after being denied entry to Ariana Grande concert because of her breast pump: 'Are you kidding me?'

    "I hope no one ever gets treated or turned away like I did."

  • 7 hours left: The popular Bose Wave Music System is on sale for an unbelievable price — but hurry!
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    Julie Tong

    7 hours left: The popular Bose Wave Music System is on sale for an unbelievable price — but hurry!

    Don't wait to shop this incredible 40-percent-off deal on the Bose Wave Music System, which ends Saturday, March 23.

  • Sarah McLachlan wows Juno audiences with five jaw-dropping outfits
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    Yahoo Style Staff

    Sarah McLachlan wows Juno audiences with five jaw-dropping outfits

    Serving "love and joy" and high fashion.

  • All the best and worst looks from the Junos red carpet
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    Yahoo Style Staff

    All the best and worst looks from the Junos red carpet

    It's Canada's biggest night in music, and the stars are pulling out all the stops!

  • Dolly Parton denies being gay after years of speculation
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    Laura Hannam

    Dolly Parton denies being gay after years of speculation

    The country music legend sets the record straight.

  • Lady Gaga's "Shallow" Grammys Performance Births Several Memes
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    Lady Gaga's "Shallow" Grammys Performance Births Several Memes

    At the end of Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson's performance of "Shallow" during the 2019 Grammys, Gaga stared straight into a nearby camera, spawning countless memes.

  • The Latest: Collaborators: No word from Glover on Grammys
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    The Canadian Press

    The Latest: Collaborators: No word from Glover on Grammys

    Gambino won four trophies on Sunday, but the rapper whose real name is Donald Glover didn't attend. Co-producer Ludwig Goransson says he tried to call Gambino after the show but it didn't go through. Riley Mackin, an engineer-mixer on the song, said he last saw Gambino when they were working in the studio a couple days ago.

  • People are loving Alessia Cara's glammed up red carpet look
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    Sarah Rohoman

    People are loving Alessia Cara's glammed up red carpet look

    "Wow, she looks so different! She looks great!"

  • Grammy Awards 2019: The winners list
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    USA TODAY

    Grammy Awards 2019: The winners list

    Here's who won Sunday night at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

  • 2019 Grammys: Here Are All The Winners
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    Cole Delbyck

    2019 Grammys: Here Are All The Winners

    After a brief and Bruno Mars-heavy sojourn in New York City, music's biggestnight returned to Los Angeles' Staples Center on Sunday for the 2019 GrammyAwards

  • Janet Jackson, 52, reveals new look and fans are loving it
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    Kerry Justich

    Janet Jackson, 52, reveals new look and fans are loving it

    Janet Jackson posted on social media a photo of herself backstage at the MGM Grand, captioning it "new year, new look."

  • Grammy-winning soul legend James Ingram dead at age 66
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    Lyndsey Parker

    Grammy-winning soul legend James Ingram dead at age 66

    The legendary soul crooner earned eight top 40 hits, two Grammy wins and multiple Oscar and Golden Globe nominations during his 45-year career.

  • Sarah McLachlan hopes to overcome her terror of public speaking as Juno host
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    The Canadian Press

    Sarah McLachlan hopes to overcome her terror of public speaking as Juno host

    TORONTO — Sarah McLachlan is feeling a sense of "thrill and terror in equal measures" as she prepares to step into the role of hosting this year's Juno Awards. The "Building a Mystery" singer says she's never hosted any event at all, so starting with Canada's biggest night in music will be a considerable challenge. "Up until very recently I've been terrified about public speaking," McLachlan admitted on Tuesday as the Juno nominees were revealed in Toronto. "I've had to become used to getting up in front of people... which seems ridiculous because I stand in front of thousands of people and sing and talk — but that's when I'm in my moment and playing music." McLachlan will be in good company when she takes the stage in London, Ont., on March 17. Leading the nominees is pop superstar Shawn Mendes with six nods, including for his self-titled third studio project, which is up for album of the year, and the song "In My Blood," competing for single of the year. The Pickering, Ont.-raised singer is also nominated for the Juno fan choice award, as well as artist, songwriter and pop album of the year. Hitmaker the Weeknd pulled in five nominations, most of them in top categories including album of the year, which is determined by sales and streaming figures. However, despite his massive popularity Drake was missing from the Juno nominees list again this year. His 2018 album "Scorpion" didn't receive any recognition, even though it broke streaming records with the help of viral hit "In My Feelings" last summer. Junos president Allan Reid said Drake chose not submit his work for consideration. And while the Toronto rapper could have still qualified for the fan choice and best single awards, the organizers didn't include him as he "opted not to participate." Representatives for Drake did not respond to a request for comment. Drake has chosen to skip major awards shows before. He caused a stir in the music industry after boycotting last year's Grammy Awards by not submitting anything from his previous release "More Life." He changed his mind this year for "Scorpion" and is now among the leading Grammy contenders. The CARAS organization, which runs the Junos, has struggled to win favour with Drake after he hosted the 2011 show but was shut out of all of his five nominations. Two years ago they resurrected the international achievement award after 17 years to hand it to the rapper, though he didn't show up to accept. "We would love to see him back and hopefully will someday," Reid says. Among the other highlights this year are DJ duo Loud Luxury who scored four nominations helped by their breakout hit "Body." They're contending for single of the year alongside Alessia Cara's "Growing Pains," Mendes' "In My Blood," the Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar's "Pray for Me" and German-Canadian newcomer Bulow's "This is Not a Love Song." Bulow was recognized in four categories, which also included fan choice, breakthrough artist and pop album of the year. Buzzworthy Quebecois singer Hubert Lenoir proved his crossover appeal in English Canada by grabbing three Juno nominations for his concept album "Darlene." It's in the running for francophone album, pop album and the coveted best album of the year categories. Joining Lenior in the best album category is Mendes, the Weeknd for "My Dear Melancholy," Three Days Grace with "Outsider," and Jann Arden's "These Are the Days." About one third of the Juno nominees were female this year, Reid said, which is "pretty much almost the same as last year." But two closely watched categories — engineer and producer of the year — lacked a single female nominee. The Junos have faced criticism for repeatedly failing to recognize women in both fields. Five women have won the producer award in the 44 years that it's been handed out, including Diana Krall last year. The engineer prize has never gone to a woman. Reid said he recognizes the ongoing conversation around gender diversity, and pointed out the Junos saw more submissions in the production category by women, helped by outreach by organizers. "It takes time for those things to change," he said. "We don't have any gender-based categories so it's about going out, being discovered, and it was nice to see the increase in submissions." "But those eventually have to turn into nominations at some point," he added. The Juno Awards air March 17 on CBC-TV. —— Listen to a playlist of 2019 Juno Award nominees on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2DGvgyZ Follow @dfriend on Twitter. David Friend, The Canadian Press

  • Psychologist says R. Kelly's music is spiking right now because of a ‘fascination with the morbid’
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    Korin Miller

    Psychologist says R. Kelly's music is spiking right now because of a ‘fascination with the morbid’

    "It’s like people wanting to watch car wrecks, or other horrible scenes," said Gail Saltz, MD.

  • Why John Legend Can't Count On Blake Shelton For Any Pointers On 'The Voice' (Exclusive)
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    Entertainment Tonight

    Why John Legend Can't Count On Blake Shelton For Any Pointers On 'The Voice' (Exclusive)

    It looks like the EGOT winner won't be getting any help from his fellow competitive coaches when he joins the cast next season.

  • 12 Deals of Christmas - Day 1: Save big on these must-have headphones this holiday season
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    Elizabeth Di Filippo

    12 Deals of Christmas - Day 1: Save big on these must-have headphones this holiday season

    From Post Malone to Kylie Jenner - everyone is trying to get their hands on these Beats by Dre headphones.

  • Adam Levine knocked out of 'The Voice' finale following backlash
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    Lyndsey Parker

    Adam Levine knocked out of 'The Voice' finale following backlash

    “Your elegance has been truly remarkable -- better than mine,” Adam Levine told Reagan Strange. “That's a lot for a 14-year-old to deal with. I'm almost 40, and I can't do it as well as you can.”

  • 'The Voice' addresses last week's scandal; 'Voice' viewers still mad
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    Lyndsey Parker

    'The Voice' addresses last week's scandal; 'Voice' viewers still mad

    Six days after the biggest scandal in "Voice" history, Adam Levine and Reagan Strange unsuccessfully attempted to address the fallout.

  • 'It's just not worth it': Alessia Cara opens up about abuse from 'disgusting' online trolls
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    Elizabeth Di Filippo

    'It's just not worth it': Alessia Cara opens up about abuse from 'disgusting' online trolls

    "Find me on here only for the next few days because I can't anymore."

  • Shawn Mendes's Rolling Stone interview is the perfect portrait of masculine struggle
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    Elizabeth Di Filippo

    Shawn Mendes's Rolling Stone interview is the perfect portrait of masculine struggle

    "Do you like the songs? Do you like me? Who cares if I’m gay?"

  • I believe this child is the future of 'The Voice': 13-year-old Kennedy Holmes triumphs with Whitney cover
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    Lyndsey Parker

    I believe this child is the future of 'The Voice': 13-year-old Kennedy Holmes triumphs with Whitney cover

    Many fans have already declared Kennedy the next winner or even “the next Whitney” and have demanded, “Give her the damn trophy right now!"