Mariah Carey and Miguel have released a music video for their duet "#Beautiful." Miguel and Carey keep things simple in the new clip, which centers around Carey dancing and singing in a pair of skimpy outfits. Carey can be seen on the back of a motorcycle scantily clad in a tight black two piece ensemble, and later models a short yellow dress for Miggy . . .
Lenny Kravitz is taking part in a new campaign to support the United Nations Children's Fund in their mission to stop preventable child deaths. Kravitz appears in a new PSA in which he discusses the benefits of UNICEF's immunization program, stating that if appropriately supported, it can help save the lives of 6.9 million children per year.
Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham has opened up about his relationship with Stevie Nicks, telling Rolling Stone that now it's better than ever. "Stevie and I have probably more of a connection now than we have in years," he said. "You can feel it. It's tangible on stage."
It may sound hard to believe, but country music superstar Keith Urban was once kicked out of a metal band. Urban recently admitted to Conan O'Brien that he doesn't harbor any resentment for being kicked out of Fractured Mirror 30 years ago. "I played in a rock band for about a week when I was 15," Urban said.
Alicia Keys took to the American Idol stage to debut her new single "Tears Always Win" on Thursday's results show. Keys sat at her usual spot on stage behind a piano as she belted out the Bruno Mars written track. "Tears Always Win" is the latest single to be taken from her latest album Girl On Fire . . .
Wade Robson - who defended Michael Jackson publicly during the singer's sex abuse scandal eight years ago - has now claimed that Jackson molested him. Robson claimed that he repressed his memories of the abuse since it occurred. His lawyer explained: "Last year [.] he collapsed under the stress and sexual trauma of what had happened to him for seven years as a child."