Mariah Carey may sign Vegas residency deal
Songbird Mariah Carey may join other divas Britney Spears and Celine Dion and get her own Vegas residency. Page Six reports the singer is about to sign a deal with Caesars Palace. Sources say it could be worth more than Spears' two-year, $30 million contract, and that Carey could start performing before the end of 2015. In other Mariah Carey news, recent reports also say she just dropped $1.8 million on a 1,200-square-foot mobile home.
Kid Rock's nostalgic 'First Kiss' single arrives
Kid Rock is feeling nostalgic on "First Kiss," the first single from his upcoming album of the same name. The video premiered online on Tuesday, and the song has also arrived at digital outlets iTunes and Spotify. It has the feel of Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69" mixed with Rock's own "All Summer Long." The "First Kiss" video features Rock driving around in a small town and performing with his Twisted Brown Trucker bandmates in front of a drive-in diner. "First Kiss," Rock's first album since 2012's "Rebel Soul," is due out Feb. 24.
AC/DC, Jack White and Drake announced as Coachella headliners
Rockers AC/DC, Jack White and rapper Drake will headline California music festival Coachella this spring. The festival, April 10-12 and 17-19 also includes Steely Dan, Alabama Shakes, the Weeknd, Florence and the Machine, Ryan Adams and dozens more. Tickets go on sale Wednesday.
John Waters to be guest artist at Detroit Dirty Show
The Dirty Show, the largest erotic art exhibit in the world, will have a special guest artist when it returns to the Russell Industrial Center Feb. 12-21: filmmaker, writer and artist John Waters. The "Hairspray" and "A Dirty Shame" director will appear on stage at the Dirty Show on Feb. 12 for a special program, "This Filthy World — Filthier and Dirtier." Waters will greet fans and sign his new book, "Carsick." He will also have artwork in the show, along with Glenn Barr, Colin Christian, Shawn Barber and H.R. Giger.
Presenters announced for Golden Globes
It goes without saying that the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards will have some big-name presenters, but here they are: Amy Adams, Adrien Brody, Robert Downey Jr., Anna Faris, Ricky Gervais, Kevin Hart, Salma Hayek, Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Pratt, Channing Tatum, Lily Tomlin, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson and Catherine Zeta-Jones. (Here's a bit of trivia, all of these people have at least been nominated for a Golden Globe, except Hart and Pratt.) The awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, air live Sunday at 8 p.m.
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