Thanks to the wonderful world of Hollywood, many of pop’s brightest lights have endured a screen death (or two).
From fighting racism, battling sexism, or advocating against war, pop music can be used for more than just getting people out on the dance floor.
The Queen of Pop and CNN's silver fox had a b-a-n-a-n-a-s time.
Amy Schumer kept Madison Square Garden laughing, and then Madonna brought them down on their knees.
the 'Rebel Heart Tour' feels more like a greatest hits run than anything else, offering a bright and joyous celebration of Madonna's greatest hits and prior concert feats.
The most memorable showstoppers of VMAs past: The good, the bad and the awkward.
The pop icon is afraid of seeing herself act like a 'brat' in the 1991 film.
Taylor Swift doesn't appreciate the way the media compared her "Bad Blood" music video to Madonna's "Bitch, I'm Madonna."
According to reports, Jay Z is searching for the exit from his streaming service.
'I don't think anybody knows who the f--- I am," she said in a corresponding interview.