An unauthorized biography of pop star Beyoncé is slated for release in the fall of 2015. The book will be penned by J. Randy Taraborrelli (who has previously written biographies for Princess Diana, Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe) for Grand Central Books.
Fergie is among the performers to have been added to the lineup of the 2014 American Music Awards. She'll make her worldwide television debut performing her latest single "L.A. LOVE (La La)." Other top contenders include John Legend, Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams, who each earned five nominations apiece.
A new Genesis documentary, Sum Of the Parts, will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on January 13. Eagle Rock, who is releasing the DVD, says that Sums Of The Parts will feature "contributions from key members past and present" as well as "previously unseen archive material and rare performance footage from across their entire career."
Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus is set to produce Christmas With Nashville, a new Christmas-themed album from the cast of ABC's hit show Nashville. "I was blown away by the consistent talent level of each actor as they came into the studio," DeMarcus tells Rolling Stone Country.
If country music has taught Taylor Swift anything, it has taught her to work. "Country music teaches you to work," she tells Esquire. "You hear stories about these artists who show up four hours late to a photo shoot, and in Nashville that doesn't happen."
Jessie J has opened up about her persona and says that she loves being a "sexual woman." Speaking with the tabloid OK! Magazine, she revealed that she's taking full advantage of being young and at the height of her sex appeal. "I'm enjoying being a 26-year-old, sexual woman. It's not a secret that I'm confident with my body and I like to have fun."