Look, a nonviral video made it.
Yes, he does the Elvis dance.
This week, at least.
Musician hosts have a tough job.
Host and musical guest.
The poster also features Questlove, Bruno Mars, and Will.i.am.
It's official: You'll never hear Ke$ha the same way again.
Making the Grammys more fun with pie charts.
Walks away with four wins at the Belfast-hosted award show.
Attending the two-day iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas was like scanning through old-time Top 40 radio.
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Eminem leads the pack.
The talented hit-maker is also the child singer who knows a few adorable moves will make the world open up and say "awww."
He had 2.6 grams of it.
He destroys his girlfriend's cassette tape. Jerk.
Hint: It's not Diane Warren.
He has quite a voice.
The Chris Isaak–esque song hails from Mars's solo debut.
It's sort of the hip-hop version of "Wicked Games."