Jennifer Lopez recently broke with her boyfriend Casper Smart and says that she doesn't regret it. Speaking on The Meredith Viera Show, J-Lo announced that she is enjoying her time alone. "I'm just enjoying being on my own. I feel like I need that right now. It's ridiculous because I go through this in public. I've been in relationships kind of back to back my whole life . . ."
Phil Collins is featured in the new documentary 808, in which producers and musicians sing the praises of the Roland TR-808, a programmable drum machine. The doc features a host of big names including Damon Albarn, Diplo, New Order, Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
Ariana Grande has joined the cast of the upcoming animated film, Underdogs. The pop starlet will voice the character of Laura, the love object of a shy but talented football player played by Matthew Morrison. Morrison must compete with "the nefarious soccer player Ace (Hoult), but he's aided by the figures on his foosball table, who magically come to life."
Alicia Keys helped organize a NYC protest to mark the six month anniversary of the kidnapping of 219 schoolgirls in Nigeria. The R&B singer was joined by a bevy of protesters who held signs reading "Bring Back Our Girls" and "Bring Back #219." The crowd also chanted "When do we want them? Now! Now! Alive!" outside the Nigerian consulate.
Prince will be performing as a musical guest on the November 1 episode of Saturday Night Live. He will appear with his band, 3rdEyeGirl, on the episode hosted by Chris Rock. This marks Prince's third appearance on the show and his first appearance on the show since 2006, when he played 3121's "Fury" and "Beautiful, Loved and Blessed."
Former Eagles fronter Don Henley has sued the Duluth Trading Company, a trading company who sent out an e-mail advertising its line of Henley shirts with the copy "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." "This kind of thing happens with some degree of frequency and the members of the Eagles always defend their rights, often at great expense," Henley's spokesperson said.