This week's results
Hot on the heels of the arrival of Boston's first studio album in more than a decade, Life, Love & Hope, the band has now released a brand-new Christmas single. The veteran rockers have reworked the holiday classic "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," rechristening the tune "God Rest Ye Metal Gentlemen 2013." The track is available now as a digital download via iTunes.
Ex-Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and The Monkees' Michael Nesmith are among the high-profile stars that will be making guest appearances on the upcoming fourth season of the IFC sketch comedy show Portlandia.
Lars Ulrich has some reservations about Metallica's upcoming summer European trek, Metallica by Request, during which fans will get to choose the band's set list for each show. In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1, the drummer says while he's a little bit nervous about the songs the fans will select for the run, he's happy to let someone else take the heat for determining what the band will play at each show.
Crosby, Stills & Nash have scheduled their first concerts of 2014. The legendary folk-rock trio will be playing shows in a variety of U.S. cities in the Midwest and Southeast throughout March.
The music of the late Bob Marley and his band The Wailers has been "livelied up" for the digital age. All of the studio albums that the influential reggae artist and his group recorded for Island Records have been mastered especially for iTunes and are available for purchase now from the digital music seller. Marley and the Wailers' Island recordings span from 1973's Catch a Fire through 1983's Confrontation, a compilation of unreleased tracks.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Looks like Drew Barrymore will be able to use her daughter's hand-me-downs! The actress has revealed that she's expecting another girl.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Sofia Vergara's mix of beauty and wacky humor has made her the highest paid actress on television, reportedly pulling in $30 million last year from her work on Modern Family and endorsements for Kmart and CoverGirl.
(CHICAGO) -- Oprah Winfrey is gearing up to celebrate her 60th birthday, a hallmark in anyone's life. The media mogul won't turn the big 6-0 until January 29, but she's already speaking out about her big day.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Tom Hanks always seems to transform into the characters he plays onscreen, but in Saving Mr. Banks, his resemblance to his character, Walt Disney, is uncanny.
(LOS ANGELES) -- For the fourth year in a row, Disney's Anne Sweeney has been named the most powerful woman in entertainment by The Hollywood Reporter.