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Dre • Calvin Harris • One Direction • Mumford & Sons • Mick Jagger • The Weeknd He gave her a run for her money… It's no secret that Taylor Swift is easily the most famous musician on the planet, but we're happy to see that she also has the business acumen to back up that fame.
The 26-year-old has already topped two of ' End of the Year lists so far in 2016 — highest paid female in music and highest paid celeb under 30 — but she can officially add another superlative to her résumé: Highest paid musician!!!
A little known fact about me is that I once showed up in the background of a television news story carrying a basket of dirty laundry.
Country music singer Kenny Chesney, who was a Boston Red Sox fanatic, began his life in a very small town.
The Queen's nine nods bring her career total to 62 making her the MOST-nominated female artist in Grammy history!
What we can say is that that happened, it reflects something indescribably sad about our culture.Filed under: Justin Timberlake • Rihanna • Kelly Clarkson • Gwen Stefani • Music Minute • Beyonce • Jennifer Hudson • Shakira • Kanye West • Barbra Streisand • Prince • Fantasia • Paul Mc Cartney • Awardz • Kristin Chenoweth • Dolly Parton • Jack White • Jill Scott • Robyn • JAY-Z • Carrie Underwood • Margaret Cho • Keith Urban • Josh Groban • Adele • Sia • Kenny Chesney • Coldplay • Lil Wayne • Demi Lovato • Solange • Weezer • Zooey Deschanel • Kid Sister • Cyndi Lauper • Quentin Tarantino • Drake • Justin Bieber • Mike Posner • Sara Bareilles • Grammys • Miguel • Ed Sheeran • Bon Iver • Skrillex • Anna Kendrick • Elle King • Gaby Moreno • Kendrick Lamar • Mya • Miranda Lambert • David Bowie • Steve Martin • Divas • Star Wars • Ariana Grande • Brandy Clark • Flume • Amy Schumer • James Corden • French Montana • Halsey • Pentatonix • Kelsea Ballerini • Stranger Things Gotta honor the best!We're just over two months away from the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, but the list of nominees is phenomenal!In mainstream media, we’re not allowed to say that a famous person has “had work done” (unless they own up to it themselves, à la Joan Rivers or Sharon Osbourne), because our coin of credibility is the reporting of facts and information, and the truth is: We do not know.This can, on occasion, result in absurdities of bending over backwards, as when the media felt compelled to say that Michael Jackson’s face looked like it might possibly, conceivably be, yes, maybe a shade lighter than it was in the 1980s — when his skin had, in fact, become the color of a fossilized dinosaur egg.