Chances are no one currently knows what Aaron Carter's horny level is. It is a secret the Backstreet-brother and Shaq-conquering crooner keeps heavily guarded. What we do know is that Carter performs Tuesday at Teaneck, NJ's Mexicali Live, and that his career has lasted longer than anyone might have ... More >>
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Later this week, Billboard is expected to announce its tallies for the biggest hits of 2011. And what a year for music it's been. Remember all those big hits: "Like a G6," "We R Who We R," "Raise Your Glass," "Fuck You!" and "What's My Name?" What's thatyou say the songs I just rattle ... More >>
Michael Becker/FOXLast night's episode of American Idol started as this gramatically ridiculous question flashed on the screen: "Do you remember when they were just a face in the crowd?" No, I don't. I don't remember when they were all just one face. That would've been some weird David Cronen ... More >>
Don't you love when condescending "girly" marketing even extends to firearms! Our friends at the paper of record's revamped weekend mag have a handy roundup of some of the most cloyingly "feminine" guns on the market these days, as four states now allow people to carry concealed weapons witho ... More >>
Please, Jacob Lusk, stick around as long as possible. CREDIT: Ray Mickshaw/FOX.This was the first week we really got to see a lot of Interscope honcho Jimmy Iovine, whose role on American Idol is supposedly to mentor all the kids, but it's already clear he's only going to show up for five-min ... More >>
Canadian teenpopper Justin Bieber bows at the top of this week's Billboard 200 with My World 2.0, which sold 283,000 copies in its first week at stores. The persistent Twitter trend and walking advertisement for blowdryers is the latest sheepishly grinning guy to hoist the teen-idol mantle, althou ... More >>
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