While 2020 was pretty much a terrible year for everyone -- especially the music industry, which lost billions due to the shutdown of live events -- some artists not only survived, but thrived. In addition to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry,... Read More.
Jennifer Lopez helped kick off 2020 at the Super Bowl, and now she's closing it out by performing live in New York's Times Square on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, tonight on ABC. And afterward, she'll meet you... Read More.
Amazon Prime's just-dropped Yearly Departed is a series of eulogies for 2020, hosted by Two Dope Queens' Phoebe Robinson and featuring a line-up of all female comedians including Tiffany Haddish, Rachel Brosnahan, Ziwe, Sarah Silverman, Patti Harrison, and Natasha Leggero [lezh-AIR-oh]. Yearly Departed also features a show-stopping "In Memoriam" segment sung by Christina Aguilera, belting out "I Will... Read More.
Despite the pandemic, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest will still air live from Times Square Thursday night on ABC. Many of the year's biggest music stars will be performing, but according to Ryan Seacrest and his co-host... Read More.
No matter how productive you were in quarantine in 2020, Taylor Swift's got you beat. While Taylor started 2020 by losing the Golden Globe for "Beautiful Ghosts," her song from the much-maligned movie CATS, she bounced back with the late January release of... Read More.
Katy Perry is one of the stars who had a jam-packed 2020, both personally and professionally. After traveling to Australia to perform at the Women’s T20 World Cup and a bush fire relief concert in March, Katy, who was pregnant at... Read More.
In 2020, Jon Bon Jovi became was the embodiment of the song he wrote about the pandemic, in which he sang, "When you can't do what you do, you do what you can." He started 2020 by working with Prince Harry on a... Read More.
While 2020 was pretty much a terrible year for everyone -- especially the music industry, which lost billions due to the shutdown of live events -- some artists not only survived, but thrived. Here's how 2020 was for one of... Read More.