Parody master Weird Al Yankovic has struck again! This time the comedian is spoofing Pharrell Williams’ smash hit “Happy” with a quirky and fun “Tacky” video.
Are you ready for "Frozen" weekend on the Disney Channel?
The channel is celebrating the blockbuster animated movie by assembling its hottest stars to perform a new pop arrangement of the film's song, "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"
Check out our sneak peek of the video after the jump!
Country singer Garth Brooks disappointed his Irish fans by cancelling his five "Comeback Special" concert dates in the Emerald Isle.
"Extra" Senior Music Correspondent Adam Weissler was with Camper Van Beethoven front man David Lowery at Universal Studios Hollywood, chatting about the band's latest album, "El Camino Real."
Where "La Costa Perdida" was filled with songs about Northern California, "El Camino Real" turns its attention to the southern half of the state, where Lowery grew up.
David also discussed the process of writing the record, which took only three days, and teased some new info about his other band Cracker's upcoming double album.
Watch the interview after the jump!
He’s not with “Big Time Rush” full time anymore, but Kendall Schmidt is busier than ever!Big Time” cast mates, to the life-changing new gadget he can’t stop talking about.
Singer Bruno Mars gave one special fan a moment she will always remember.
At his Cleveland concert on Saturday, Mars serenaded Zumyah Thorpe, an 11-year-old who lost her pregnant mother and two younger sisters in 2013 when a drunk driver hit their car. Though she survived, Zumyah suffered severe physical injuries including brain damage.
Singer Robin Thicke really wants estranged wife Paula Patton to give him another chance.
Thicke’s latest mea culpa came at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday. As he took the stage to perform a new song from his upcoming album, aptly titled “Paula,” the Canadian singer told the audience, "I'd like to dedicate this song to my wife and say, 'I miss you, and I'm sorry.'”
"Extra's" Terri Seymour was behind-the-scenes with musician Richie Sambora and designer Nikki Lund at their photo shoot for Gen Lux magazine.
The former Bon Jovi guitarist also opened up about his upcoming solo tour, spending time with his family and whether we'll ever see him get back together with his former band.
Watch the video after the jump!