Jennifer Lopez recently teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to play "Catchphrase" on Fallon's The Tonight Show. The "Booty" singer wore a low-cut pink satin blouse when she appeared on the show on Monday, January 19. She competed with Fallon against Anthony Mackie and Steve Higgins and became increasingly animated as the game progressed, going so far as to gesture towards her rear.
Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum heads up supergroup Kings Of Chaos, which also includes Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler. ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Motorhead's Lemmy, Iggy Pop and Cheap Trick's Robin Zander, along with Sorum's former GNR partner Slash.
Stevie Wonder has confirmed plans to produce a new TV mini-series and Broadway musical about the Underground Railroad. The mini-series, tentatively titled Freedom Run, will be a co-production of NBC, according to NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt, who broke the news in a statement at the Television Critics Association.
Whitney Houston's family is blasting the Lifetime network for their recent unauthorized biopic of the soul legend. Whitney's sister-in-law, Pat Houston, released a statement shortly after the biopic aired noting that Lifetime has not had the best track record for biographical movies in the past. She also specifically took a shot at director Angela Basset.
Carrie Underwood and Vince Gill connected for a special tribute duet at the funeral of Nashville legend Little Jimmy Dickens earlier this month. The pair teamed up for a rendition of Gill's Grammy winning hit "Go Rest High on that Mountain."
Bruce Springsteen remained on stage into the wee hours of the morning at a benefit concert for the Light of Day Charity in New Jersey earlier this month. The show took place in the Boss' hometown of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Bruce first appeared for a rendition of "One Guitar" alongside singer Willie Nile but later performed over 20 tunes.