Fox commentator Chris Wallace has issued an apology to Kelly Clarkson following statements about the singer's weight. The comments came during an interview with a radio host after their conversation turned to pizza. When Clarkson's name popped up Wallace was quick to take a shot at Clarkson, saying, "Holy cow, did she blow up!"
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon reunited on Easter Sunday to celebrate the holidays with their twins, Moroccan and Monroe. On Sunday the singer posted a new photo on Instagram of the family taking part in an Easter egg hunt. Carey and Cannon are seen holding colorful buckets as their kids appear to be searching for the hidden eggs.
Beyoncé has released a new track called "Die With You" and dedicated it to her rapper husband Jay Z. The "Drunk In Love" singer dropped the new song on Saturday exclusively on Jay Z's new TIDAL music streaming service. In the video for the track Bey wears a Michael JacksonThriller t-shirt and sports braids under a backwards cap while playing the piano.
Toto and Yes have confirmed plans for a co-headlining summer tour. The run will kick off in Mashantucket, Connecticut on August 7 and will run through September 12 when they will wrap things up in Coquitlam, British Columbia. "We are so honored to be touring with our musical heroes," enthuses Toto guitarist Steve Lukather.
Bruno Mars And Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" track has become the longest-leading number one of the decade, according to Billboard. The song bumped Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" out of the top spot, which was only at number one for 12 weeks in a row. Pharrell's "Happy" and Rihanna's "We Found Love" were also contenders at one point.
Keith Urban and Eric Church have released a new video for their single, "Raise 'Em Up," taken off of Urban's 2013 Fuse album. The new black-and-white clip shows the duo playing the song and goofing around with each other. The clip also features everyone from young children to adults dancing, jumping and running around.