Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, and Muse are the odds-on favorites to headline Glastonbury 2015, according to London's bookie William Hill. Fleetwood Mac are a 4/1 favorite to close out the fest, while Muse and AC/DC are pegged at 5/1 to perform. Another London bookmaker, Ladbrokes, has Fleetwood Mac at evens with Muse at 8/1, and AC/DC unlisted.
Carrie Underwood has released "Something in the Water," the first single from her upcoming album, Greatest Hits: Decade #1. Carrie says the song is about having a moment of clarity. "It's really kind of a joyous, uplifting song about changing your life for the better and kind of having that 'a-ha' moment, to waking up and your life being different from that moment forward."
Ariana Grande's debut on the season opener of Saturday Night Live was a rousing success as she sang "Love Me Harder" with The Weeknd, and even joined host Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy) for a comedic sketch. In the skit, Ariana starred as She Ra to Pratt's He Man.
Taylor Swift has joined the growing list of acts for the upcoming Rock in Rio USA fest, scheduled to take place next year in Las Vegas. The two weekend fest goes down May 8 to 9 and 15 to 16. Other acts to perform include Metallica, Linkin Park, No Doubt, John Legend and Deftones. Rumors abound that Bruce Springsteen will be added to the bill.
Rod Stewart has assured his fans that a look-a-like caught sleeping on a New York City subway train was not him. One passenger on the train posted a pic of the snoozing man and posted it to Instagram, asking, "Wait, is that Rod Stewart?" Speaking with the New York Post, Rod's manager said that the man spotted was not Stewart.
Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini (King of Queens) were rear-ended at a red light on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu on Saturday night. J-Lo hit Instagram to post a picture of the pair, adding the caption, "Riding high right before some drunk fool rear ended us in my new whip." Lopez and Remini were on the way to a Demi Lovato concert and had their kids with them.