Coming to justice after allegedly causing the death of Usher's 11-year old stepson, Kile, Jeffrey Hubbard has been found guilty on multiple counts.
Hubbard was arrested in March 2013 after running into Kile Glover, the son of Usher's ex-wife Tameka, with a jet ski on a lake in Georgia in 2012.
Hoping for more ratings success, "The Voice" unleashed a new Winter Olympic-themed commercial.
In the ad, coaches Usher and Shakira arrive at the studio to find their classic red chairs missing as host Carson Daly begins to explain.
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards was replete with celebrity attendees, and afterwards all the A-listers headed over to the 2014 InStyle and Warner Bros Golden Globes bash at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
“Modern Family” babes Sarah Hyland and Sofia Vergara got plenty of attention as they mingled with fellow famous folks like Amy Adams, Alexa Chung, Bella Thorne and Elisabeth Moss.
"Ushering" in the new year with a trip to one of the driest places on earth, Usher ended the year 2013 on an adventure in the Sahara Desert.
He definitely enjoyed the sand and sun, but not in the way most of his friends would have, on the beach, and the 35-year-old media mogul talk a handful of snapshots detailing his epic journey.
He was the one who discovered Justin Bieber and brought him into the limelight, so it’s no wonder Usher has been paying close attention to the “Baby” singer’s antics as of late.
In a new interview, the R&B hunk noted that although his protégé hasn’t always made the right call, it’s no different than any other teen.
He's had his ups and downs this past year, but Justin Bieber is ready to show his fans that he is trying to be a role model.
In the latest trailer for his new flick "Believe," the "As Long as You Love Me" singer opens up about the harsh realities of fame, letting audiences know that he really is a "good person."
Allegations flew today (November 8), as three songwriters sued Usher for allegedly stealing his hit song "Caught Up" from them, and gaining massive success from it to boot.
The three songwriters in question, named Zacharia Edwards, Mitch Moses and Vince McClean, claim that they wrote a song, entitled, "Caught Up" back in 2002, about a man lost in love.
Stepping off the set of his upcoming drama "Hands of Stone," Usher scored the cover spot of Men's Health's November 2013 issue.
While showing off his flawless abs for the Peter Hapak-shot spread, the "Yeah" hitmaker chatted about his upcoming flick and revealed his hard-learned fitness lesson.
Helping kids learn one of the most basic reading fundamentals, Usher stopped by "Sesame Street" to sing about the ABCs.
Putting an R&B twist on the classic, the "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love" crooner sang, "Move your body to the letters. That's what you do. It's the ABCs of moving you."
Exactly one week after being involved in a near-death accident, Usher's son, Usher Raymond V, is out of the hospital and on the mend!
On Monday (August 12), the 5-year-old youngster was spotted leaving Mighty Jumps, an indoor play center in Atlanta with his grandma.