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The Backstreet Boys have postoned more tour dates for A.J.'s rehab - Britney's teamin' up with her man to write some songs and P. Diddy is getting some help from a rock star on a new tune.
The big bad apes are teaming up with Mark Wahlberg to bring a new version of the Planet of the Apes to a screen near you. It has action, adventure and apes galore. So, how does it rate?
Bow Wow is all grown up and he's ready to unleash his new sound with his latest disc, Wanted. Hear what he has to say about music, his love life and more!
Depeche Mode proved they still rock after 20 years of making music. The '80s alternative pop band is back with their latest CD Exciter and fans just can't get enough of the techno pioneers.
The most anticipated CD in the universe is finally out - MTV announces the nominees for the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards and the Material Girl takes her Drowned World Tour to the States.
Legally Blond is not a feel good movie. It's a feel great movie! I walked out of the theater with a gut that ached from laughing. And when I went in, I didn't even like Reese Witherspoon.
Lenny Kravitz is a sensitive rocker who's spent most of his career singing the message of love. He's been slagged by the critics as a wannabe Led Zepplin but he hasn't let it get in the way.
Perry Farrell is no newbie to the music scene. He fronted Jane's Addiction and Porno For Pyros, was the mastermind behind Lollapalooza and is also a solo artist. What's next?
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston celebrate their one-year anniversary with a lawsuit. Tom Cruise has found a new love who shares his last name. And a supermodel makes a super recovery.
Teenapalooza aired June 20, 2001 on Fox. The show was hosted by the dynamic duo, Shawn and Marlon Wayans and included musical performances by O-Town, Shaggy, Dream, Sisqo and Lil Bow Wow.