Or they're no longer feuding in public, at least.
His "most piano-oriented" one yet.
An exhaustive study of greatest-hits compilations by the Stones, Billy Joel, and more reveals who resold the same song the most times.
She still seems pretty mad.
Like "f-cking fairground stripper."
Even Bill Clinton was impressed.
Gwyneth Paltrow! Viola Davis! Jonah Hill! And more ...
In which the X Factor winner performs in front of Elton John.
"What accent? I love Pepsi!" — Melanie Amaro
Blame his artistic passion.
"[It] truly shows how these awards have nothing to do with merit."
Sofia Vergara making her Modern Family character look restrained, Nicole Kidman giving the stinkeye, and many many more glimpses of the audience.
Eighteen years ago, RuPaul was saying "fierce" and employing LaToya Jackson.
Billy Elliot it's not.
In which they mash up "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" and "Rocket Man."
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Plus, Chris Rock bemoans being a fan of the "broke" Mets and more on our regular late-night roundup.
"I wonder what the ratio of early/good to late/garbage will be in the songs we hear."
We hope they have more jokes on the actual show.
"'Gnomeo and Juliet' took us eleven years to make. We defied all the odds."
"It will be more of a fantasy, 'Moulin Rouge' type of stuff."
Not sure about this one, Next Media.
No really, you don't.
It's why he won't judge 'American Idol.'
'The Witmark Demos 1962-64' and 'The Union,' respectively.