Last Update on March 30, 2015 07:12 GMT
DESTINY'S CHILD REUNITES FOR GOSPEL AWARDS PERFORMANCE
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Anyone who had tickets to the Stellar Gospel Music Awards and didn't go probably is pretty upset right now. Beyonce' and Kelly Rowland joined Michelle Williams for a surprise Destiny's Child reunion Saturday in Las Vegas. They performed Williams' single, "Say Yes." That song won the award for music video of the year. Erica Campbell won six awards, including artist of the year. The awards will be broadcast April 5 on the TV One network.
ZAYN MALIK SPEAKS PUBLICLY FOR FIRST TIME SINCE QUITTING ONE DIRECTION
LONDON (AP) -- Zayn Malik (MAHL'-ihk) says he's worried he's let down One Direction fans by quitting. Malik tells Britain's Sun newspaper he tried to continue for the fans, even though he wasn't happy. He says he can't do it any more because it's not real to him. The rest of One Direction do not appear to have any hard feelings. Malik says they've been "really supportive" of his decision and he's supportive of their decision to continue without him.
TAYLOR SWIFT - iHEARTRADIO
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Taylor Swift cleaned up at the iHeartRadio Music Awards last night. She won artist of the year and song of the year for "Shake It Off." She also won for best lyrics with "Blank Space." Swift thanked fans as she accepted the awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. She says she and her fans have "gotten closer and closer with each year, not further apart." To top off Swift's night, she played guitar for Madonna as she performed "Rebel Heart." When Madonna read off Swift as song of the year winner, she declared Swift her favorite guitar player.
Excerpt of Taylor Swift, performing "Shake It Off." (Taylor Swift was a big winner at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, as artist of the year and getting song of the year for her hit, "Shake It Off.")
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Excerpt of Jason Aldean
Excerpt of Jason Aldean performing "Burnin' It Down." (Jason Aldean won country song of the year for "Burnin' It Down" at the iHeartRadio Music Awards)
NICK JONAS, SELENA GOMEZ WIN KIDS' CHOICE AWARDS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Nick Jonas had the honor of hosting the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, being named favorite male singer and getting completely covered in green slime. He should have quit while he was ahead, because he was covered slightly in slime but made the mistake of saying, "That's all you got for the host of the show? Come on!" Selena Gomez was named favorite female singer. One Direction was named favorite group. Favorite song was "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande (GRAHN'-day) and Nicki Minaj.
BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG PREPARES MUSICAL
NEW YORK (AP) -- Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong will premiere his new musical in New York later this year. "These Paper Bullets!" is described as "a modish rip-off of Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing' with a serious backbeat." It's about a British band trying to find love and cut an album in a week. It will run at New York's Atlantic Theater beginning in November.
SCOTT WEILAND IS IN ANOTHER BAND
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Given Scott Weiland's sometimes rocky history with Stone Temple Pilots and with Velvet Revolver, has he ever considered maybe he shouldn't be in a band? Weiland says he's actually a very good bandmate. He says he was with STP for 20 years and with Velvet Revolver for 7 -- and that's a pretty good history. He says when the creativity is just not happening anymore, it's important to move on. Weiland's new project is Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts. Their debut album, "Blaster," comes out tomorrow. He says his previous solo records have been kind of experimental and his fans did not care for that, but "Blaster" is more of a traditional rock album.
Scott Weiland says he enjoys being in bands but they don't always fulfill his artistic goals.
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Scott Weiland says his previous solo work did not always connect with fans of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver.
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Scott Weiland says his solo work was music he created for himself, so it didn't take off with fans of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver.
ROGER DALTREY PREDICTS THIS IS THE LAST WHO TOUR
NEW YORK (AP) -- Roger Daltrey says he used to try to sing like it's the first time, but now he sings for what might be the last time. Daltrey tells Rolling Stone he thinks the current Who tour will be the last big tour they'll do. Daltrey is 71 and Pete Townshend is 69. Daltrey says he wants to stop while they're still at the top of their game. Daltrey says he can picture doing an acoustic set at a theater in New York with Townshend in the future, because then the audiences would come to them.
ERYKAH BADU HONORED AT BLACK GIRLS ROCK!
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) --Erykah Badu, Fantasia, Sheila E., Sister Sledge and Estelle were among the acts who performed in celebration of black women over the weekend in Newark, New Jersey. They were the headliners for Black Girls Rock!, an event that honors black women's achievement. Badu was one of the honorees, along with actresses Jada Pinkett Smith and Cicely Tyson, "Selma" director Ava DuVernay, educator Nadia Lopez and humanitarian Dr. Helene D. Gayle.
JO DEE MESSINA WRITES "CHICKEN SOUP" BOOK
UNDATED (AP) -- Jo Dee Messina has co-written a book in honor of mothers. Messina and author Amy Newmark have written "Chicken Soup For The Soul: Thanks to My Mom: 101 Stories of Gratitude, Love, and Lessons." It's in stores now.
NORMAN GREENBAUM BADLY HURT IN WRECK
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) -- The man who wrote and sang "Spirit in the Sky" has been badly hurt in a car accident. Authorities in Northern California say Norman Greenbaum was the passenger in a car involved in an accident with a motorcyclist, who was killed. The California Highway Patrol tells the Press Democrat newspaper of Santa Rosa that the car turned left, crossing into the path of the motorcycle on Saturday. The car's driver wasn't injured. The newspaper says Greenbaum is in critical condition at a hospital -- but didn't detail his injuries.
NASHVILLE (AP) -- The man who wrote "Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger" for Charley Pride and "Ringo" for Lorne Greene has died. Rolling Stone reports songwriter Don Robertson died in southern California on March 16 at the age of 92. He wrote "I Really Don't Want To Know," which has been recorded more than 200 times and was a number-one country hit for Eddy Arnold. Robertson also wrote "I Don't Hurt Anymore," which was a hit for both Hank Snow and Dinah Washington. Robertson had a number-six hit himself in 1956 with "The Happy Whistler." He was also the voice of Gomer the Bear and played piano for the Country Bear Jamboree exhibit at Disneyland and Disney World.
US consumer spending edges up 0.1 percent in February
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. consumers spent slightly more in February following two straight monthly declines and their income rose by a healthy amount, a development that economists hope will keep boosting spending in coming months.
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Companies that pride themselves on being eco-friendly may have conflicted
ideas between marketing with ad specialties and maintaining their green
"HOME" WINS BOX OFFICE RACE
NEW YORK (AP) -- "Home" hits a home run at the box office.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- If someone said they saw pink elephants, you'd ask what drinks had gotten into them.
IN THE NEWS: WHERE'D THE INTERNET GO?
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) -- When there is just one road to your home and it gets shut down -- you can't get out and people can't get in.
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