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Billboard Music Awards top 5 moments – New York Daily News

New York Daily News Billboard Music Awards top 5 momentsNew York Daily NewsBritney Spears opens up the 2016 Billboard Music Awards with a medley of her greatest hits from her unprecedented career. Hollyscoop. Britney Spears SLAYS 2016 BIllboard Music Awards Opening Performance. Britney Spears opens up the 2016 Billboard …Madonna & Stevie Wonder Pay Homage To PrinceCBS LocalPop stars... 

Adele to sign a $130 million record deal with Sony Music – UPI.com

UPI.com Adele to sign a $130 million record deal with Sony MusicUPI.comBritish singer Adele is expected to sign a $130.5 million deal with Sony Music in the coming weeks. It would be the biggest record contract for female artist in music history and also the richest for a British artist. File Photo by Rune Hellestad/UPI …Adele signing to Sony Music: Biggest record deal in British history... 

Adele ‘to sign £90 million Sony Music contract’ – Irish Examiner

Irish Examiner Adele 'to sign £90 million Sony Music contract'Irish ExaminerAdele is reportedly due to sign a £90 million record contract, landing the biggest deal ever handed to a British musician. Adele. The Sony Music contract would top the £80 million Robbie Williams landed from EMI in 2002 and would give her the best deal …Adele set to sign £90m Sony dealThe GuardianAdele... 

Blake Shelton Opens Up About His Gwen Stefani Duet on ‘Ellen’: ‘I Don’t Know That We Ever Really Saw It Going … – Entertainment Tonight

Entertainment Tonight Blake Shelton Opens Up About His Gwen Stefani Duet on 'Ellen': 'I Don't Know That We Ever Really Saw It Going …Entertainment TonightWhen it came to writing a song about his relationship with Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton went back to some teenage romance staples. “I only started the song to impress her,” he told Ellen DeGeneres on Monday's... 

Voice of Scrooge McDuck Alan Young Dies Age 96 – Animation Magazine

New York Times Voice of Scrooge McDuck Alan Young Dies Age 96Animation MagazineActor and comedian Alan Young, best known for starring as Wilbur on the classic 1960s sitcom Mr. Ed and as the voice of Scrooge McDuck in Disney's DuckTales and other television and videogame projects, died of natural causes on Thursday, May 19.Alan Young, star of 'Mr. Ed,' dies at 96The Herald-Times (subscription)Alan... 
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