One Direction have revealed that they're detailing their rise to fame in a 240-page book hitting stores this summer.
"One Direction: Where We Are: Our Band, Our Story," will hit retailers on August 27, just days before the opening of their 3-D flick "This Is Us."
Released by HarperCollins, it is the "only official book from 1D charting their journey."
Psy is gearing up for the release of his first U.S. album, which he hopes will happen this summer.
Though, first, he's got to wrap up the promotional run in support of his "Gentleman" single, which could take a while.
The South Korean sensation seems determined to finish it in time for beach season.
Paris Hilton has found a new home, and some of her roommates include Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
The heiress has reportedly signed a deal with Cash Money Records.
Hilton said that she hopes to have her follow-up to 2006's self-titled debut out by summer.
Following the breakout success of her Mac Miller-assisted single "The Way," 19-year-old pop singer Ariana Grande has set a date for the release of her debut album, "Daydreamin'" although she's not quite ready to let it slip.
Grande said the album is set for an August release.
With Scott Weiland newly ousted from Stone Temple Pilots, the long-running alternative rock outfit has brought in Linkin Park's Chester Bennington as its new vocalist.
On Saturday, the group performed a 40-minute surprise set with Bennington on board as the group's frontman.
Demi Lovato is redefining the term "triple threat." Not only can she sing and act, but now, she can direct.
Earlier this month, Lovato tweeted out to her 14 million followers that she "got those directing shoes on" followed by a series of pictures that showed the "Heart Attack" singer behind the camera.
Following the example of New Kids on the Block and 98 Degrees, Backstreet Boys will release a new studio album in 2013.
"In A World Like This" will be released on July 30, and three days later, the Boys will kick off a North American tour in Chicago.
Yesterday the five members of BSB appeared on "Good Morning America" and premiered a new song, "Permanent Stain."
Thirty Seconds To Mars are less than a week away from the release of their LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS album.
Back in March, they launched the first copy of their single "Up In The Air" into orbit on board a SpaceX rocket, then conducted a live Q&A with one of the astronauts living on the International Space Station.
"The Great Gatsby" is two-for-two. After a second place, $51 million box office debut, the all-star soundtrack also hit the runner-up spot on next week's Billboard 200 album chart.
The album, which was executive produced by Jay-Z, moved 137,000 copies, according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan.
Kelly Rowland is airing all her dirty laundry on her brand-new single released yesterday.
Kelly unapologetically is putting everything on the clothesline for the entire world to see even the delicates, from her acknowledged jealousy of Beyoncé to an abusive relationship that still seems to haunt her.