This is freakin' nuts!
And now things are even more awkward because
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Ahh!! Take cover!!
The world is about to explode from an overflowing amount of sex appeal!!
The 90s' sexiest power couple may have ended their four year love affair back in 1998, but they're reportedly back in full mode for
Jimmy Kimmel shut down Hollywood Boulevard last night for the first show of his two-day concert series in El Lay.
Viewers of the show only saw two of the songs that the original frontman of The Beatles performed, but the 10,000+ crowd were treated to 13 additional songs, making that 15 tracks total!
Out of those 15, only three were from his new album, the rest were all well-known Beatles or Wings hits.
Ending the concert with a bang, the legendary showman played "Let It Be" and "Hey Jude" one right after another.
Ch-ch-check out the performance of "New" (above)!!!
Good news, rock n' roll fans!
Ridiculously talented country music sensation Carrie Underwood plans to take the stage at this Sunday's Emmys and… cover herself in bugs?!? Eh, wait — that can't be right at all! God's gift to twang will actually step into the spotlight and perform a rockin' tribute to The Beatles!!
Good thing, too, because getting covered in bugs would be even creepier than her recent Sound of Music poster!
Icky insects aside, we're super stoked to see how Carrie plans to commemorate what will actually be the 50th anniversary of the fab four's fiercely famous appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show!
Lady Underwood's sure-to-be lovely performance should be sensational, but Emmy producers are staying mum on the possibility of any super-awesome special guests taking the stage along side her!!!
Us: Jimmy Kimmel will be shutting down Hollywood Boulevard…
El Lay: What? This is Carpacolypse all over again.
Us: …for a two day concert!
El Lay : We want to go to there!
Paul McCartney will be coming on Jimmy Kimmel Live for the first time this upcoming Monday, and after an in-studio interview he'll be performing live outside for all of Hollywood Boulevard!
There's no maybe about it! We will be amazed!
Not only do we get to watch one of the historically best performers alive, we get to see a slew of people dressed up as Darth Vader, Elmo, and Transformers! It IS Hollywood Boulevard after all!
But this deal keeps on get sweeter. On Tuesday night, Justin Timberlake will come on the show and perform songs from his new album, The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2!
Unless this is somehow another elaborate hoax by Jimmy, this is amazing news!
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Britney Spears was just added to the lineup of presenters for this year's iHeartRadio music festival!
Be still our beating bubblegum hearts!
The 31-year-old momma will appear on stage this Saturday night, to tease the crowd with faboosh classics, and hopefully some new jams!
If there is any chance that she'll change her mind and we could get a live version of Work Bitch, all of our festival dreams would come true!
Pretty plz, Brit-Brit!?
Paul McCartney has waited almost 30 years to Get Back the copyrights to songs he wrote for The Beatles.
Now, only FIVE more years to Let It Be, and the whole debacle will be Yesterday.
Much of The Beatles catalogue has been owned by Michael Jackson, now his estate, posthumously, since 1985, when the King of Pop reportedly paid $47.5 million for the Associated Television Corporation’s back catalog, which held hundreds of Beatles songs.
So not only has Paul been unable to cash in on his musical GENIUS for decades now, he has had to PAY MJ any time he wants to play a song he wrote!
Says a source:
Stephen Colbert has gotten to meet some pretty big stars in his years of doing The Colbert Report!
But possibly none bigger to the Beatles fan than Sir Paul McCartney!
And now Sir Paul is coming back for a second British Invasion! Only this time, the knight is bringing his ax!
That's right, Stephen has announced a super-sized one-hour Colbert Report special featuring Sir Paul's second interview and first ever musical performance!
Sir Paul better get ready for the Colbert bump! Stephen says:
"I think this McCartney kid’s got something special and I’m gonna put him on the map!"
The special won't air until June 12, but you can see Stephen's awkward first meeting with the rock legend …AFTER THE JUMP!!!