Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee want to "smell your neck slowly," among other erotic acts.
Justin Bieber shares a manager with Ariana Grande, who had just finished performing when a bomb detonated at Manchester Arena.
Play Justin Bieber in the bedroom? Prepare to "Love Yourself."
"Is it too late now to say sorry?" is not a line from a Lincoln speech, FYI.
Curated playlists that favor U.S. musicians are having a detrimental effect on U.K. acts in the music charts, says Polydor boss.
Celebrities leaving social networks could spell trouble in the long-term.
One Direction cleaned up at the fan-voted awards—despite being on a hiatus.
The dancehall track arrives just in time to contend for the song of the summer title.
The musician and actor opens up about heartbreak, scandal and why he embraces going topless.
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In a lengthy Instagram post, the pop star said meet-and-greet sessions with fans leave him "so drained and unhappy."
The rapper's latest Twitter ramble reads like a pageant speech.
The Canadian pop star isn't that floppy-haired teenager anymore.
It was the singer's third time appearing in the segment.
The Weeknd, James Bay and Jess Glynne will also take to the stage on February 24.
The pop star, 21, was asked to leave a Mayan site in Tulum, Mexico.
The Canadian singer urged his 72-million Twitter followers to buy the London choir's charity single.
Drake, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran also make appearances.
The music-streaming service announced its Year in Music lists with top artists, songs and albums.
The perpetually shirtless Canadian crooner has a new album out in November.