Morris Day & The Haim? It’s Happening & More On Kimmel!

Morris Day Of The Original 7ven  Photo: Cody Breedlove

"Mash Up Mondays" are coming to Jimmy Kimmel Live as bands will join together to be one-off super-groups for the late night show.

According to our friends at Pitchfork, this Monday will feature Weezer and ZZ Top as Wee-Z Top and the following week will feature Morris Day & The Haim. The 3rd will be Aloe Blacc and Blackstreet as Aloe Blaccstreet.

The San Fernando Valley's own Haim are huge fans of Morris Day and "Purple Rain" and when they performed at 1st Avenue in Minneapolis where "Purple Rain" was filmed they were super-geeked.-DocFB

Diagnosis: This performance seems rather random but are looking forward to it.


“Ted 2″ Trailer Released; Hits Theaters In June 2015

Ted 2

The Ted 2 trailer has hit hit the Internet and it looks even more ridiculous than the first..if that was actually possible.

Seth Macfarlene returns as the voice of Ted as does Mark Wahlberg. It looks like there will be no Mila Kunas this time around.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Mila Kunas or not, not sure this one may be the hit the first one was....


PRINCE’s “This Could Be Us” Goes For More Radio Adds

This Could Be Us

A week after being the number one most added song to Adult Urban R&B, more radio stations in the U.S. have added "This Could Be Us" to their playlist.

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Also "FUNKNROLL" was featured on the Fox mega-hit "Empire" last night.

PRINCE is slated to appear in some manner on the Grammy's Feb. 8th on CBS.

Diagnosis: For a list of radio stations playing "This Could Be Us", click here!!!


Justin Bieber Opens Up To Ellen; Talks About Calvin Klein Ads & Comedy Central Roast


Justin Bieber made his first TV appearance in over a year and talked about his upcoming Comedy Central Roast, his Calvin Klein ads, on his road to redemption.

For his 21st birthday, Justin Bieber will be doing his Comedy Central Roast, to put his past of pissing in buckets and egging neighbors houses behind him. Check out the clip above.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Justin Bieber is recording his new album with rap legend producer Rick Rubin.


Sam Smith Covers Rolling Stone; Talks About Promiscuous One Night Stands

Sam Smith Photo: RollingStone.com

A week before he might be covered in Grammys, Sam Smith has landed on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The British singer opens up about many things including one night stands and his first true love.

β€œI had a lot of one-night stands. I met a few dodgy friends, people I'm definitely not friends with now.”

Smith also talked about his first love and how hard it was for him to be different/gay:

β€œHe looked out for me for the rest of school. Until I turned 17, 18, he just made sure that if anyone took the piss out of me, he would stick up for me. He could have made it hell for me, you know?”-DocFB

Diagnosis: The interview appears to have taken place before the Tom Petty ruling.


Watch Rixton Perform “Hotel Ceiling” Live! Tour With Ariana Grande Upcoming!

Rixton Promo Photo

Following the release of their official video for their new single "Hotel Ceiling," British sensations Rixton premiere a stripped down, acoustic version of the track, recorded at YouTube Space in LA.

The track is co-written by Rixton, their producer Benny Blanco (Katy Perry, Maroon 5), and Ed Sheeran and is the third single from the Manchester band's eagerly anticipated full-length debut album Let The Road, which is available in the U.S. onMarch 3rd, 2015 via School Boy/Giant Little Man/Mad Love/Interscope Records. Fans who pre-order Let The Road will receive "Hotel Ceiling" (plus 5 other tracks) as an instant download.-DocFB

Diagnosis: For tour dates with Ariana Grande, click here!


Sly Stone Wins Back More Than 10 Years Of Royalties In $5 Million Judgement

Sly Stone Photo: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/Files

Sly Stone won a $5 million dollar judgement against a former manager that left the singer so broke he was living out of a van.

Gerald "Jerry" Goldstein and Glenn Stone hoodwinked Sly Stone out of his royalties with shady accounting.

"It's a good day for Sly, it's a good day for entertainers in general," Nicholas Hornberger, one of Stone's lawyers, said. "This was an important verdict for people that are artists, entertainers, music composers, etc."

Sly did not see any royalty payments from 1989 until 2000 as money was being swindled then and also to pay off Stone's outstanding I.R.S. debts.

Stone could end up getting more money owed to him as the court will make a final decision in a few weeks.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Great news for Sly. Now can we take care of George?