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We’ve been hearing about Paris Hilton’s second album for a while now, but this is some pretty big news for the socialite-turned-singer!
The label's founder, Birdman, confirmed the news on Twitter earlier today:
NO! NO! NO!
We can't deny that she hasn't given her music career 110% over the course of her 25 years as pop ICON, but the idea that she's decided that she's done all that she can in that medium is simply DEVASTATING!
However, reports have surfaced that Kylie Minogue has decided to give up singing ENTIRELY to focus on acting…and has even split from the man who help jumpstart her into show-business at 19, Terry Blamey!
Insiders claim that the 44-year-old made the difficult decision after tensions escalated between her father and long-term manager due to her label, Parlophone, being sold to Universal, and she felt like going out on a high note!
As they explain:
Well, not for realsiez, but iconic musician Wyclef Jean IS guest starring on ABC's steamy new drama Nashville as the head of a record label!
The political music man tweeted a pic from the set, along with the caption:
"On the With thé hotest cast on T V #Nashville @SamPalladio @clarembee @JonathanJackson Rya kihlstedt"
Ooo we wonder if Wyclef's character will offer a producing deal to old-news country music superstar Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton)!
Sh*t's gonna get cray cray, ya'll!
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Not bad for an indie band, right??
Mumford & Sons just released Babel, their sophomore album — and it has grabbed the biggest debut of any album this year in the U.S.
How big? Try 600,000 units sold in its first week, becoming the rock quartet's first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart!
Oh and it's the first No. 1 for its record label, Glassnote Records.
But wait, there's more:
It also had the biggest sales week for a rock album since
Another one bites the dust.
We're not sure whose idea it was to part ways, but the singer's last album didn't do nearly as well as his first. His sophomore effort sold 15,622 in the first week of release, while his self-titled debut sold over 80,000 copies the first week.
Either way, it doesn't sound like he's too bummed and said in a statement:
Directioners can now breathe easy!
It seems as though the Brit boyband One Direction won’t be changing their name anytime soon!
We previously reported on how the chart-topping Brit group had been caught up in a $1 million lawsuit from another group with the same name!
After 1D’s record label decided to countersue back in June, it looks as though a resolution has finally been reached!
One Direction will continue to use their name, while the US-based group will be changing its name to Uncharted Shores.
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