Pop Instrumental Performance: "Mornin'," George Benson (& Al Jarreau ... Dance Recording: "Suffer Well," Depeche Mode; "Ooh La La," Goldfrapp; "Get Together," Madonna; "I'm With Stupid," Pet Shop Boys; "Sexy Back," Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.
SAN FRANCISCO – This is a bit inane, but bear with me. Tom Anderson, the multimillionaire creator of Myspace, wants the Giants to re-sign Tim Lincecum. So does turn-of-the-millennium punk-pop band Smash Mouth. Anderson even joked that he would front the.
They performed their latest "Love Don't Lie" live on Oct. 22 on the TODAY show plaza. Cody Simpson serenades U.S. fans on the plaza.
Yesterday morning, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft slammed into the day side of Saturn, the brief flash of its vaporization marking the end of a 13-year mission. But it took people to turn this hunk of aluminum and silicon into an extension of our curiosity.
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And Cody Simpson is not only making waves in the entertainment industry ... is known for songs including Surfboard, Home to Mama and La Da Dee. The star has also made headlines for his legion of female admirers. He famously dated Victoria's Secret model.
Once you start cheering for the American version of "The X Factor," you can thank "Glee." According to Digital Spy, "X Factor" creator Simon Cowell says the hit Fox show about a high school show choir helped inspire him to bring his British show.
dancing and instrumental talents to do all the talking. Bravo Cody Simpson. To learn more about Cody Simpson and "La Da Dee," visit his official website.
Mary J. Blige, whose album “The Breakthrough” was perhaps the biggest in her career, was nominated for a leading eight Grammy Awards on Thursday, including R&B album, record and song of the year. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were also multiple nominees.
Chuck Blazer, an influential and controversial figure in the history of American soccer, has died, as first reported by Jack Bell and confirmed by Andrew Das of the New York Times. He was 72. Blazer was CONCACAF’s General Secretary from 1990 to 2011.