Ke$ha

Ke$ha’s band member heads to hospital after Miami show

The constant grind of life on the road may be catching up with one of Ke$ha’s band mates.

After a performance in Miami, the singer’s two tour buses pulled up to the emergency room at University of Miami’s hospital Sunday night, where a member of her band needed medical attention, reports TMZ.

The 24-year-old singer’s rep told the celebrity website that “a member of Ke$ha’s band sustained a minor injury… was treated, released and feeling great.”

It was not reported if the singer was at the hospital, however, a source told TMZ that the buses remained in the parking lot for hours.

The “Tik Tok” singer’s security team stood guard at the hospital entrance.

If heat exhaustion had anything to do with Sunday night’s visit to the emergency room, then Ke$ha may have given out a clue during an interview with The Miami Herald before her show.

When asked if she gets tired after all the singing and dancing that takes part in her shows, she replied that she doesn’t sleep.

“I usually don’t get to sleep,” she said about what she does after her show. “The crew and I are kind of like vampires, we don’t sleep until the sun comes up.”

When asked if she loves touring, she replied: “I love it. I seriously feel like I’m living and dying when I’m on stage.

“In the beginning, I come alive. By the end of the concert, I have given the crowd everything inside of me.”

Ke$ha’s first headlining solo tour, “Get Sleazy,” with LMFAO, has 32 more performances to go before wrapping it up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sept. 29.

Justin Bieber’s road crew refuse to tour Japan

Justin Bieber's road crew refuse to tour Japan

Justin Bieber's road crew refuse to tour Japan

Members of Bieber’s touring crew have refused to show up to his Japanese shows for fear of being irradiated. TMZ reports that many members of the crew have ‘flat out refused’ to work on Bieber’s two shows in Japan at the end of the month due to fears of radiation fallout and another earthquake.

They report that the crew have used the example of Slash and Avril Lavigne’s Japanese show cancellations, although Maroon 5 are still going ahead with their tour.

Ke$ha and Anthrax postponed their Japanese tours, Jack Johnson and Spiritual Beggars cancelled, yet Herbie Hancock seems to be ploughing ahead.

Apparently, Bieber’s Japanese shows are now in jeopardy because the crew and management have reached a stalemate.

Celebrities You Love to Hate for 2010

 the Kardashians overexposed, overpaid, and overdone

the Kardashians overexposed, overpaid, and overdone

 Top 10 Celebrities You Love to Hate for 2010.  Celebrity  It’s “Tik Tok” on the clock for most of the stars who were voted onto the list of the Top 10 Celebrities You Love to Hate for 2010.  You are calling for the end of most of their 15 minutes of fame, with many voters even noted they didn’t love to hate them, they just do. You can’t win ‘em all, so after hundreds of votes, here’s the list of the Top 10 Celebrities You Love to Hate for 2010.

Top 10 Celebrities You Love to Hate for 2010

10. Kristen Stewart

The “Twilight” star stole the heart of Taylor Lautner on-screen and Robert Pattinson both on-and-off screen, which is enough to hate any girl. But it’s usually her stuttering, tic-filled acting that gets under people’s skin.

9. Heidi Montag
Ten plastic surgeries and plenty of financial woes later, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt’s 15 minutes are definitely up. The first four episodes of the final season of “The Hills” with their presence after Pratt threatened to kill a producer, showing just how out of touch with reality and reality television they are.

8. Miley Cyrus

The hot pants-wearing, bong-smoking Miley Cyrus isn’t the girl we all fell in love with, leading many to think maybe she should be tamed.

7. Mel Gibson

Should have been George Cloony.

6. Ke$ha

Apparently Mel Gibson’s racist, misogynist, hate-filled recordings were somehow less offensive than Ke$ha’s music.

5. Kate Gosselin

Well, somebody’s buying the tabloids with her on the cover. Between her stints on “Dancing with the Stars,” the now Jon-less “Kate Plus 8” and every other media she tries to infiltrate, people would be much happier if everything was minus Kate.

4. The Palins

Apparently TLC isn’t getting the memo, offering the Palins their own reality series (they also air “Kate Plus 8”). After Bristol’s “Dancing with the Stars” stint caused death threats, Willow made news for homophobic comments on Facebook, and Sarah’s laughable Palinisms, they’ve pretty much ensured they won’t be the First Family of anything.

3. Lady Gaga

Somewhere between soaking her performances in blood and wearing that meat dress, Gaga turned off just about everyone who’s not a self-proclaimed “little monster.” She’ll get a chance at redemption next year when she’s born again as an artist with her new album “Born This Way.”

2. Perez Hilton

How Perez Hilton manages to maintain his position as one of Hollywood’s Most Hated is beyond us, but it’s a testament to his mass un-appeal. After promising Ellen DeGeneres to stop bullying this year, let’s see how people take to the softer side of Perez.

1. The Kardashians

The First Family of reality television has built an empire based on nothing. Besides hit show after hit show on E!, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe have been busy branding their names on everything from diet pills to a failed credit card. Kim even recently added an appearance to open new bathrooms near Times Square as part of her media tour. Our readers find the Kardashians overexposed, overpaid, and overdone, and they’re the #1 celebrities they love to hate for 2010. Are we all just jealous? There may be that, too.

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts

Lady Gaga tops Billboard year-end charts. Billboard magazine has unveiled their year-end charts for 2010 and its little surprise that Lady Gaga is the Artist of the Year just one year after receiving the New Artist of 2009. She has two albums in the top 13 for the year and four singles in the top 100. New artists of the year goes to Ke$ha who had the biggest single of the year with Tik Tok. She is the first woman in the 64 year history of the Billboard charts to have the biggest single of the year with her debut. The biggest album of the year goes to Susan Boyle’s I Dreamed a Dream which spent six weeks at number one during the eligibility period. Lady Antebellum also makes history by being the first Top Duo/Group for the year from the country genre. The year-end charts are based on chart performance from the December 5, 2009 to the November 27, 2010 issue of the magazine. The top five artists of the year based on all chart activity:

•1. Lady Gaga
•2. Taylor Swift
•3. Eminem
•4. Lady Antebellum
•5. Ke$ha

As far as veteran artists go, only three made it into the top 100. Michael Jackson was highest at 28 due to his showing of four albums in the top 200 of the year. Second was Sade who, on the surface, had an even bigger year with the top Album, R&B Album and R&B Single of the Year by a veteran artist, but they were limited to just the one hit album and single. Finally, Reba McEntire made the list by having three singles in the country top 50 along with the biggest country album by a veteran artist.

•28. Michael Jackson
•46. Sade
•88. Reba McEntire

Here are the top five from each of the charts plus all other chart positions for veteran artists.

Top 200 Albums of 2010

•1. I Dreamed a Dream – Susan Boyle
•2. Recovery – Eminem
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•5. My World 2.0 – Justin Bieber
•14. Soldier of Love – Sade
•22. This is It – Michael Jackson
•39. Number Ones – Michael Jackson
•54. Live at the Troubadour – Carole King & James Taylor
•65. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•82. Hope For Haiti Now – Various Artists
•88. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•90. If On a Winter’s Night – Sting
•99. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•106. Greatest Hits – Journey
•111. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•112. Essential – Michael Jackson
•124. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix
•133. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•137. Thriller – Michael Jackson
•142. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•145. Legend: The Best of – Bob Marley & the Wailers
•154. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•156. Christmas: 25th Anniversary Collection – Mannheim Steamroller
•157. Chronicles: The 20 Greatest Hits – Creedence Clearwater Revival
•162. Soulbook – Rod Stewart
•173. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett
•176. Exile on Main Street – Rolling Stones
•187. Guitar Heaven: The Greatest The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time – Santana

Top 100 Singles of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•3. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. OMG – Usher Featuring will.i.am
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Digital Songs of 2010

•1. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•4, Love the Way You Lie – Eminem Featuring Rihanna
•5. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Top 75 Radio Songs of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2, OMG – Usher Featuring Rihanna
•3. Tik Tok – Ke$ha
•4. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•5. Nothin’ on You – B.o.B. Featuring Bruno Mars
•No Veteran Artists Charting

R&B and Blues

Top 100 R&B Albums of 2010

•1. Recovery – Eminem
•2. The E.N.D. – Black Eyed Peas
•3. The Element of Freedom – Alicia Keys
•4. Soldier of Love – Sade
•5. Thank Me Later – Drake
•8. This is It – Michael Jackson
•42. Still – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•46. I Look to You – Whitney Houston
•48. Number Ones – Janet Jackson
•63. Lotus Flow3r/MpLSound/Elix3r – Prince/Bria Valente
•80. Uncle Charlie – Charlie Wilson
•81. Ultimate Christmas Collection – Jackson 5

Top 100 R&B Singles of 2010

•1. Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready) – Alicia Keys
•2. There Goes My Baby – Usher
•3. It Kills Me – Melanie Fiona
•4. Everything to Me – Monica
•5. Say Aah – Trey Songz Featuring Fabolous
•37. Soldier of Love – Sade
•71. Close to You – BeBe & CeCe Winans
•79. Can’t Live Without You – Charlie Wilson
•81. Million Dollar Bill – Whitney Houston
•95. Can It Stay – Gerald Levert

Top 15 Blues Albums of 2010

•1. Memphis Blues – Cyndi Lauper
•2. Black Rock – Joe Bonamassa
•3. Bingo! – Steve Miller Band
•4. Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook – Bettye LaVette
•5. Roadsongs – Derek Trucks Band
•6. Cadillac Records – Soundtrack
•7. Living Proof – Buddy Guy
•13. Acquired Taste – Delbert McClinton & Dick50
•15. Icon – Etta James

Country, Bluegrass and Folk

Top 75 Country Albums of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Fearless – Taylor Swift
•3. Speak Now – Taylor Swift
•4. Play On – Carrie Underwood
•5. The Foundation – Zac Brown Band
•24. Keep on Loving You – Reba McEntire
•31. Twang – George Strait
•37. American VI: Ain’t No Grave – Johnny Cash
•49. The List – Rosanne Cash
•66. Country Music – Willie Nelson
•72. All the Women I Am – Reba McEntire

Top 60 Country Singles of 2010

•1. Love Like Crazy – Lee Brice
•2. Rain is a Good Thing – Luke Bryan
•3. Why Don’t We Just Dance – Josh Turner
•4. All Over Me – Josh Turner
•5. The Man I Want to Be – Chris Young
•40. I Gotta Get to You – George Strait
•42. Consider Me Gone – Reba McEntire
•50. The Breath You Take – George Strait
•53. I Keep On Loving You – Reba McEntire
•56. Turn on the Radio – Reba McEntire

Top 15 Bluegrass Albums of 2010

•1. Up on the Ridge – Dierks Bentley
•2. Genuine Negro Jig – Carolina Chocolate Drops
•3. Sing the Statler Brothers – Dailey & Vincent
•4. The Crow: New Songs For the 5-String Banjo – Steve Martin
•5. Naturally: A Nearly A Cappella Collection – Isaacs
•6. Mountain Soul II – Patty Loveless
•14. Solo: Songs My Dad Loved – Ricky Skaggs
•15. High, Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project – Loudon Wainwright III

Top 15 Folk Albums of 2010

•Not Yet Available

Rock

Top 50 Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Battle Studies – John Mayer
•2. The Fall – Norah Jones
•3. The Twilight Saga: New Moon – Soundtrack
•4. To the Sea – Jack Johnson
•5. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•11. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•21. The Circle – Bon Jovi
•25. Mojo – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
•30. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•31. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendrix•33. Good Evening New York City – Paul McCartney
•40. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•49. Buffet Hotel – Jimmy Buffett

Top 50 Hard Rock Albums of 2010

•1. Dark Horse – Nickelback
•2. A Thousand Suns – Linkin Park
•3. Iron Man 2 Soundtrack – AC/DC
•4. The Oracle – Godsmack
•5. Nightmare – Avenged Sevenfold•9. Them Crooked Vultures – Them Crooked Vultures
•10. Valleys of Neptune – Jimi Hendri
•15. Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•22. Greatest Hits – Motley Crue
•28. The Final Frontier – Iron Maiden
•34. Greatest Hits – Bon Jovi
•39. Chickenfoot – Chickenfoot
•47. Custom Built – Bret Michaels
•49. World Painted Blood – Slayer
•50. Sonic Boom – Kiss

Top 50 Rock Songs of 2010

•1. Savior – Rise Against
•2. Uprising – Muse
•3. I Will Not Bow – Breaking Benjamin
•4. Break – Three Days Grace
•5. Lay Me Down – The Dirty Heads Featuring Rome
•33. Let Me Hear You Scream – Ozzy Osbourne
•44. New Fang – Them Crooked Vultures

Adult Contemporary

Top 50 Adult Contemporary Tracks of 2010

•1. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•2. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•3. Haven’t Met You Yet – Michael Buble
•4. Smile – Uncle Kracker
•5. Already Gone – Kelly Clarkson
•41. We Weren’t Born to Follow – Bnn Jovi

Top 50 Adult Pop Songs of 2010

•1. Hey, Soul Sister – Train
•2. Breakeven – Script
•3. Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
•4. If It’s Love – Train
•5. Life After You – Daughtry
•50. Superman Tonight – Bon Jovi

Dance

Top 50 Dance/Club Play Songs of 2010

•1. Rocket – Goldfrapp
•2. Bad Romance – Lady Gaga
•3. All the Lovers – Kylie Minogue
•4. Fire With Fire – Scissor Sisters
•5. California Girls – Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg
•13. Make Me – Janet Jackson
•23. Give Me Something – (Yoko) Ono
•31. To Paris With Love – Donna Summer
•50. Wouldn’t (I’m a Star) – (Yoko) Ono

Top 25 Dance/Electric Albums of 2010

•1. The Fame – Lady Gaga
•2. The Fame Monster (EP) – Lady Gaga
•3. Ocean Eyes – Owl City
•4. La Roux – La Roux
•5. The Remix – Lady Gaga
•No Veteran Artists Charting

Jazz

Top 50 Jazz Albums of 2010

•1, Crazy Love – Michael Buble
•2. Your Songs – Harry Connick, Jr.
•3. Love is the Answer – Barbra Streisand
•4. Making Merry – Various Artists
•5. Letters to Santa – Various Artists
•9. Heart & Soul – Kenny G
•14. Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin – Brian Wilson
•17. The Imagine Project – Herbie Hancock
•18. Come Rain or Come Shine – Peggy Lee
•20. Christmas Jazz Jam – Wynton Marsalis
•21. Jasmine – Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haydn
•23. Preservation – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
•26. Super Hits – Kenny G
•27. Orchestrion – Pat Metheney
•28. The Gospel According to Jazz: Chapter III – Kirk Whalum
•31. I’m New Here – Gil Scott-Heron
•33. Songs From Lonely Avenue – Brian Setzer
•34. Sinatra: New York – Frank Sinatra
•35. Lee Ritenour’s 6 String Theory – Various Artists
•38. Songs and Stories – George Benson
•40. Vocabularies – Bobby McFerrin
•42. Twelve Nights in Hollywood – Ella Fitzgerald
•44. Sending My Love – Norman Brown
•45. Christmas With Sinatra and Friends – Frank Sinatra
•46. The Complete Reprise Recordings – Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim
•47. Collector’s Edition – Frank Sinatra

Katy Perry’s “Firework” Shoots To #1 On Billboard Hot 100.

Katy Perry's "Firework" Shoots To #1 On Billboard Hot 100.

Katy Perry's "Firework" Shoots To #1 On Billboard Hot 100.

Katy Perry’s “Firework” Shoots To #1 On Billboard Hot 100. Katy Perry’s “Firework” shoots up to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 this week and also on the radio chart, making her the first female artist in 11 years to earn three #1 radio singles off one album. The album is of course “Teenage Dream,” which also yielded the #1 title track and “California Gurls,” featuring Snoop Dogg. “Firework” is the third chart-topper off the set, which sold another 212,000 digital singles this week. The single also crosses the 1 million mark in paid downloads this week as well. The last female artist to earn three #1 radio singles from one album was Monica in 1999, when she hit #1 with “The Boy Is Mine” with Brandy, “The First Night,” and “Angel of Mine.” Last week’s #1, Pink’s “Raise Your Glass,” is down to #2 this week. “Raise Your Glass” sells another 147,000 digital singles this week. Rihanna climbs up two spots to #3 this week with “What’s My Name,” featuring Drake. She sells 143,000.Black Eyed Peas earn a new peak with their latest single, “The Time (Dirty Bit),” the first single off their new album “The Beginning.” “The Time (Dirty Bit)” sells 198,000 digital singles this week. Bruno Mars’ latest, “Grenade,” climbs up into the top 5, jumping five spots from #10 last week. The singles 173,000 this week.Rihanna’s second entry in the top 10 this week, “Only Girl (In the World)” is down three spots to #6 this week, while Mars follows with his second entry “Just the Way You Are” at #7. Ke$ha drops down two spots this week to #8 with “We R Who We R,” the first single off “Cannibal.”Down a spot to #9 this week is Nelly with “Just a Dream,” and climbing back into the top 10 this week at #10 are Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj with “Bottoms Up.”
Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending December 18th, 2010:

1. “Firework,” Katy Perry

2. “Raise Your Glass,” Pink

3. “What’s My Name,” Rihanna feat. Drake

4. “The Time (Dirty Bit),” Black Eyed Peas

5. “Grenade,” Bruno Mars

6. “Only Girl (In the World),” Rihanna

7. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

8. “We R Who We R,” Ke$ha

9. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

10. “Bottoms Up,” Trey Songz feat. Nicki Minaj

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart.

Rihanna Debuts At #1 On First Ever Billboard Social 50 Chart. The increasing popularity of music on YouTube, Facebook, and other social network sites has spawned a brand new chart on Billboard debuting this week, the Social 50. Rihanna is the first artist to top the chart, followed closely by Justin Bieber.  
Joining charts like the Billboard Hot 100, which currently factors online streaming into its rankings, the Social 50 chart tallies artist popularity using weekly song plays, artist page views, additions fans and followers, and more on sites like Facebook, Twitter, iLike, YouTube, and MySpace. Billboard will use the social music tracking service Next Big Sound. Rihanna enters at #1 on the chart’s debut week, followed by Justin Bieber at #2 and Eminem at #3. Lady Gaga is at #4, while Nicki Minaj, who just released her debut album, rounds out the top 5. “The Social 50 provides a weekly snapshot of the artists that music fans engage with the most in the social arena, which in today’s world is a significant validation of their investment in an act,” says Billboard Chart Director, Silvio Pietroluongo. “We continue to adapt the way we chart the changing landscape of music,” says Billboard Editorial Director, Bill Werde. “The Social 50 is yet another step in the evolution of Billboard and an important response to our changing times.” “The volume of online activity that top artists now receive is too big to ignore,” says Next Big Sound CEO, Alex White. “We are thrilled that social music activity now receives the same emphasis as the music charts for which Billboard is synonymous.” Elsewhere on the chart, which is available in full on Billboard.com, are Michael Jackson at #12, the cast of “Glee” at #25, Girl Talk at #36, and Demi Lovato at #47.

Billboard Social 50 Top 10

For the Week Ending December 11th, 2011

1. Rihanna

2. Justin Bieber

3. Eminem

4. Lady Gaga

5. Nicki Minaj

6. The Black Eyed Peas

7. Katy Perry

8. Ke$ha

9. Linkin Park

10. Shakira

Pink Earns Third #1 Single On Billboard Hot 100 With “Raise Your Glass”

Pink Earns Third #1 Single On Billboard Hot 100 With "Raise Your Glass"

Pink Earns Third #1 Single On Billboard Hot 100 With "Raise Your Glass"

Pink Earns Third #1 Single On Billboard Hot 100 With “Raise Your Glass”. Pink really has a reason to raise her glass. She earned her third #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 this week with her latest single, “Raise Your Glass.” It follows “So What” and “Lady Marmalade,” which included Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil’ Kim, as her latest #1 on the chart. “Raise Your Glass” rises from #2 last week to #1, selling 209,000 digital singles and crossing the one million mark in sales. The single is one of a handful of new songs featured on her first hits set, “Greatest Hits…So Far!!!,” in stores now.Pink really has a reason to raise her glass. She earned her third #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 this week with her latest single, “Raise Your Glass.” It follows “So What” and “Lady Marmalade,” which included Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil’ Kim, as her latest #1 on the chart. Katy Perry moves up four spots from last week to #2 with the latest of her now Grammy-nominated “Teenage Dream” album, “Firework.” The single is #1 on the Hot Digital Songs chart, selling 232,000 copies this week. Last week’s #1, Rihanna’s “Only Girl (In the World),” moves down two spots to #3 this week after spending only one week at the top. Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” moves up back in to the top 5 this week, jumping from #7 to #4 this week. Rihanna’s second entry in the top 5 this week, the former #1 “What’s My Name” with Drake,” jumps from #8 to #5 this week. At #6 is Ke$ha with the first single off her “Cannibal” EP, “We R Who We R.” The single sells 185,000 copies this week, pushing her across the one million mark in digital sales this week. It’s her fifth solo single to sell over a million copies. Falling down four spots this week to #7 is Far East Movement, featuring Cataracs & Dev, with “Like a G6,” while Nelly drops three spots from #5 to #8 with “Just a Dream.” The Black Eyed Peas earn their ninth top 10 hit this week on the Billboard Hot 100 with “The Time (Dirty Bit),” the first single off their new album “The Beginning.” Bruno Mars enters the top 10 with his second single, “Grenade,” which jumps up from #17 this week. Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending December 11th, 2010:

1. “Raise Your Glass,” Pink

2. “Firework,” Katy Perry

3. “Only Girl (In the World),” Rihanna

4. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

5. “What’s My Name,” Rihanna feat. Drake

6. “We R Who We R,” Ke$ha

7. “Like a G6,” Far East Movement feat. Cataracs & Dev

8. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

9. “The Time (Dirty Bit),” Black Eyed Peas

10. “Grenade,” Bruno Mars

Black Eyed Peas, Enrique Iglesias To Perform On “American Music Awards” Sunday

Taylor Swift, Ke$ha, Christina Aguilera, Kid Rock, Backstreet Boys & New Kids on the Block, Justin Bieber, P!nk, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Carlos Santana w/ Gavin Rossdale, Rihanna, Diddy-Dirty Money, Ne-Yo, Bon Jovi, and Usher.Eminem and Lady Antebellum

Black Eyed Peas, Enrique Iglesias To Perform On “American Music Awards” Sunday. The biggest music awards show this year just got even bigger. Along with the already unbelievable line-up of performers, the Black Eyed Peas, Train, and Enrique Iglesias have all been added to the bill. Black Eyed Peas and Train, both nominees in the Favorite Band, Duo or Group category, will both hit the stage to perform their latest hits. Enrique Iglesias will be joined by Pitbull to perform, what else, their top 5 smash “I Like It.” They join a long list of previously announced acts including Taylor Swift, Ke$ha, Christina Aguilera, Kid Rock, Backstreet Boys & New Kids on the Block, Justin Bieber, Pink, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Carlos Santana w/ Gavin Rossdale, Rihanna, Diddy-Dirty Money, Ne-Yo, Bon Jovi, and Usher.Eminem and Lady Antebellum lead the pack of nominees for the “2010 American Music Awards,” both earning 5 nominations each. Fans determine the votes by casting them online at the AMAs website. The “2010 American Music Awards” will air live from the Nokia Theatre in L.A. on Sunday, November 21st at 8pm ET/PT on ABC.

Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus Added To AMAs Line-Up

Taylor Swift, added To AMAs Line-Up

Taylor Swift, added To AMAs Line-Up

Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus Added To AMAs Line-Up.  Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Kid Rock, and Carlos Santana with Gavin Rossdale have all been added to the already star-studded line-up of this year’s American Music Awards. Swift, a nominee for Favorite Female Country Music Artist, is set to perform a hit off her million-plus-selling “Speak Now.”Miley Cyrus and Kid Rock, who both just took the stage at MTV’s EMAs earlier this month, will also perform. Carlos Santana and Gavin Rossdale will also take the stage. They’ll perform “Bang a Gong” off Santana’s latest album, “Guitar Heaven.” Swift, Cyrus and company join an already impressive line-up of performers that include Christina Aguilera, Ke$ha, Usher, Pink, Katy Perry, New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Justin Bieber, Bon Jovi and Diddy-Dirty Money. Eminem and Lady Antebellum lead the pack of nominees for the “2010 American Music Awards,” both earning 5 nominations each. Fans determine the votes by casting them online at the AMAs website. The “2010 American Music Awards” will air live from the Nokia Theatre in L.A. on Sunday, November 21st at 8pm ET/PT on ABC.

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “What’s My Name?”

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With "What's My Name?"

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With "What's My Name?"

Rihanna And Drake Hit #1 On Billboard Hot 100 With “What’s My Name?” Rihanna earns her eighth #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week when her latest single, “What’s My Name?,” skyrockets from #60 last week to #1. “What’s My Name?,” the second single from her upcoming album “Loud,” is her third #1 single this year, after “Rude Boy” and “Love the Way You Lie” with Eminem. “What’s My Name?” sold 235,000 digital singles this week, earning #1 on the Hot Digital Songs chart as well. Rihanna also scored #1 hits with “SOS,” “Umbrella” featuring Jay-Z, “Take a Bow,” “Disturbia,” and “Live Your Life” with T.I. Drake earns his first #1 on the Hot 100 with the single as well.  Spots #2-#4 this week remain unmoved, with Far East Movement holding the runner-up spot for another week with “Like a G6,” featuring Cataracs and Dev, selling another 168,000 copies. Bruno Mars remains at #3 with “Just the Way You Are,” while Rihanna holds her second entry in the top 5, “Only Girl (In the World)” at #4 for another week. Last week’s #1, Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R,” dips to #5, selling 220,000 digital singles this week. Nelly’s “Just a Dream” is down to #6 this week, while Pink moves up three spots to #7 with “Raise Your Glass,” selling 160,000 copies. Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj are down one this week to #8 with “Bottoms Up,” while Usher and Pitbull drop down three spots this week with their hit, “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love.”  Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” drops out of the top 10 this week to make room for Perry’s latest single, “Firework.” The single makes its first appearance in the top 10, moving up all the way from #29 to #10. It sold 145,000 digital copies. Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 For the Week Ending November 20th, 2010:

1. “What’s My Name,” Rihanna feat. Drake

2. “Like a G6,” Far East Movement feat. Cataracs & Dev

3. “Just the Way You Are,” Bruno Mars

4. “Only Girl (In the World),” Rihanna

5. “We R Who We R,” Ke$ha

6. “Just a Dream,” Nelly

7. “Raise Your Glass,” Pink

8. “Bottoms Up,” Trey Songz feat. Nicki Minaj

9. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher feat. Pitbull

10. “Firework,” Katy Perry

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