Though his soulful falsetto may make the ladies' clothes come off in the bedroom, Robin Thicke had that effect on a bevy of beauties in his new music video for "Blurred Lines."
In fact, the unrated version was reportedly banned from YouTube for the frequent female breast shots. Unhappy that his art was tampered with, the 36-year-old singer tweeted, "YouTube took down the Unrated version of #BLURREDLINES because it was too hot!"
Fully immersing themselves in Tuesday's political festivities, the stars took to the polling booths and Twitter to sound off on the Presidential election.
Many of the celebs opted for a general encouraging tweet to get to the polls with some even offering incentives to do your civic duty, as Darren Criss offered a signed Rock the Vote T-shirt while Katy Perry offered to retweet her favorite fan election day outfits.
Excitedly attending the press event for her new network television home, Kelly Clarkson was spotted working the black carpet at the Entertainment Weekly & ABC-TV Upfront VIP party on Tuesday night (May 15).
Joined by Robin Thicke, the former “American Idol” winner looked stunning in a v-neck colorful knee length dress and nude platform sandals as she flashed a big smile for the awaiting photographers.
There's nothing like a night at the clubs to start the week off on the right foot. And on Monday night/Tuesday morning, Butter was the place to be in NYC.
The Big Apple hotspot saw a slew of celebrities breeze through the doors - out for a night full of fun. Leading the charge was Heroes hottie Hayden Panettiere, who arrived with ever-so-hot musician Ne-Yo on her arm.
It’s that time of the year again. Time for the 2007 American Music Awards, that is. And this year there are plenty of categories embroiled in fierce competition.
According to the list of nominees, Beyonce, Justin Timerlake, Chris Daughtry, and Linkin Park will be competing in three categories each, while Akon, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Young Jeezy, T.I., and Carrie Underwood each have two chances to take home an award.
If you were in Vegas for the MTV Video Music Awards last night, chances are you didn’t get much sleep. There were a slew of parties to make sure that Sin City kept rocking into the wee hours.
The official post-show party took place at the Palms, with Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Garner sharing the hosting duties. They provided a serious open bar and a buffet that would make Fat Joe kneel in submission.
Beyonce Knowles has just announced her 2007 North American tour dates for a series of concerts beginning Friday, July 6, at the Superdome in New Orleans.
"The Beyonce Experience (promoted by Samsung and L'Oreal Paris)," kicks off April 10 in Tokyo and is currently set to run stateside through September. The chart-topping contemporary R&B soul singer Robin Thicke will appear as support act on Beyonce's North American tour.
Daughtry is back on top! The edgy American Idol alum found his self-titled album back at No. 1 as Norah Jones’ Not Too Late slipped in The Billboard 200.
Many have expected Daughtry to trail off, but the southern rocker has sure shown critics as his music continues to sell. Daughtry’s rocker style combined with American Idol exposure has kept him in the charts for 15 weeks.