Pop/Soul Jason Derulo will round out the main cast in the upcoming Cats adaptation, directed by Tom Hooper. Derulo, who will be making his big screen debut; he signed on to play Rum Tum Tugger in the movie musical. He joins already announced cast members Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Dame Judi Dench, and Sir Ian McKellen. The film will begin filming next month. The [Read More]
Jennifer Hudson will return to the big screen! The Oscar winner along with pop star Taylor Swift, James Corden and Ian McKellen have all sign on for the cinematic version of the classic musical 'Cats.' 'Cats' first premiered in London in 1981 and has gone on to enjoy multiple revivals all over the world, including a West End run in 2014 starring Nicole Scherzinger, [Read More]
R&B singer Jesse Graham is trying to come for Taylor Swifts coins with a $42 million lawsuit claiming she used his lyrics from his song âHaters Gonâ Hateâ to use in her 2014 hit âShake It Off.â
Taylor Swift is on course to have the best opening week of 2014, nearly 11 months into a year where we have seen releases from many an artist.
Taylor Swift will welcome the New Year on âDick Clarkâs New Yearâs Rockinâ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2015". Set to headline the annual special, airing on ABC, Swift will culminate another record-breaking year with a performance of her hit songs for over 1 million fans in Times Square live.
Taylor Swift is taking over ABC, dominating programming from "Good Morning America" to late night with "Jimmy Kimmel" in anticipation of her album's forthcoming release.
Taylor Swift has been named the 2014 Billboard Woman of the Year -- the first artist to ever receive the honor twice.
Taylor Swift has not only the number one charting single in the country, but the year's top debut for a female artist. "Shake It Off," the award-winning talent's new single, just debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 with 544,000 copies sold.
Taylor Swift is set to make a big splash on the coveted Billboard Hot 100. Just hours after the debut of her new single, "Shake It Off," and its accompanying music video, projections are in and they, if panned out, will give Swift one of the year's top debuts for a female artist (joining Ariane Grande's "Problem").
Taylor Swift kicked off a new era announcing not only her album, 1989, but revealing it's lead single and video atop the Empire State Building live on ABC and Yahoo! this week.