A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web, including Rotten Tomatoes, Paste Magazine, Movies with Butter, PopCrush, Ultimate Classic Rock, Diffuser, and Loudwire. He's also the editor-in-chief of Popdose and its parent-oriented affiliate, Dadnabbit, and the author of the upcoming book "Llanview in the Afternoon: An Oral History of 'One Life to Live.'"
Michael Buble Gives Up ‘Impersonation’ on New Album
Michael Buble's new album, 'To Be Loved,' is due on April 23, and while it contains the same blend of covers, originals, and duets that fans have come to expect, he says fans will actually hear more of the real Buble in this set of songs.
Taylor Swift Outselling Exes Harry Styles, Joe Jonas + John Mayer in Concert Tickets
It's often said that revenge is a dish best served cold -- but as Taylor Swift is finding out, it's also pretty good if you can serve it in front of thousands of screaming fans.
Is Usher Being a Diva on ‘The Voice’?
Ratings are up on the new season of NBC's hit singing competition 'The Voice,' but even if the additions of new coaches Usher and Shakira haven't had a negative impact on the show's performance, at least one of them might be making waves behind the scenes.
Adam Levine + T.I. Linked to Drug Lawsuit
Have Adam Levine and T.I. been busy blazing something other than a trail up the Billboard charts?
Nicki Minaj Goes Back to Hip-Hop Roots in ‘Up in Flames’ Video
Her success speaks for itself, but if there's a weakness in Nicki Minaj's empire, her detractors would say it's her tendency to focus on the pop side of her musical personality at the expense of her prodigious rap skills -- a complaint that should be silenced with her latest single, 'Up in Flames.'
Selena Gomez Makes the Promo Rounds for ‘Come + Get It’ [VIDEO]
With her bikini-clad antics in 'Spring Breakers' currently lighting up the box office and her recent appearance on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' still wagging tongues, Selena Gomez is having a Moment -- so what better time to premiere her new single on Ryan Seacrest's show?
Katy Perry to Be Featured at ASCAP Expo
ASCAP is one of the world's largest performing rights organizations, which means it derives commissions from collecting songwriting royalties whenever an artist's music is played on the radio or television. And because ASCAP artist Katy Perry's hits are pretty much always playing somewhere, she's a logical choice for one of the guests of honor at this year's ASCAP Expo.
Justin Bieber, Pitbull, Miley Cyrus + More to Appear on Televised Teacher Appreciation Special
On April 23, CBS will mark an early celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Week with a special, titled 'The Real Change Project: Artists for Education.' They'll have some pretty big names involved, including Justin Bieber, Pitbull, and Miley Cyrus.
Chris Brown Says Frank Ocean Used ‘Sympathy’ to Snag His Grammy
Just a few days after publicly saying he respects Frank Ocean's music and lulling America into thinking his life would now be something other than a series of feuds and/or offensive statements, Chris Brown is back in action -- and by "action," of course, we mean dissing his enemies and bragging about his sex life with Rihanna.
Adele Says She + Chris Brown Were Complimenting One Another at 2013 Grammys
As satisfying as some of us might find the idea of Adele giving Chris Brown a public scolding during the Grammy Awards, there's just one little problem: Adele says it didn't happen.
Taylor Swift Texted Ed Sheeran to Join Red Tour
We've always liked to imagine that when Taylor Swift needs to send someone a message, ponies are somehow involved -- or, at the very least, scented, glitter-festooned stationery. Sadly, the truth is far more mundane.
Justin Timberlake Delivers at Post-Grammy Palladium Concert
He's got a Top Five hit on the Billboard Pop charts, another one on the way, and a new album right around the corner, so if you feel like Justin Timberlake is everywhere these days, we can understand why. But Sunday night (Feb. 10) after his Grammy performance, there was only one place to see him: At the Palladium in L.A., in front of 4,000 screaming fans.