And in the UK. Lot of qualifiers in this story.
Heeding a certain call since '85.
Artists were brands long before Diddy perfected the art. These are the most loaded EVER, adjusted for inflation.
Now we know how much being really good at screaming gets you.
Gaga promises her little monsters and MJ fans she'll take good care of the iconic items.
Rookie boy band channel MJ and *NSYNC, hit back at Girls' Generation, and master the art of text speak all in one song.
A 10-year reunion concert is also a great place to break out some memorable King of Pop covers.
The character actor will soon appear in The Bieb's "As Long As You Love Me," but he's been a regular in music videos for ages.
Sweet tweets from Paris Jackson to her late papa. Less-than-sweet tweets between The Wanted boys.
Plus, another Belieber sing-along.
Popdust chats with the former X Factor UK finalist as he prepares for American domination. Learn about his Michael Jackson dance lessons and Simon Cowell potty stories, after the jump.
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Steely Dan meets Phoenix on this uncharacteristic Todd Edwards collaboration.
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