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Women ruling music world: Jlo

Source: Celebrity Balla | Jun 9 2013, 9:16pm CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr

Women ruling music world: Jlo
Los Angeles, June 10 (IANS) Singer Jennifer Lopez says women have taken over the music world and are ruling the industry.
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‘NSync Drops Unannounced New Album

Jul 30 2014 11:35am CDT | Source: GossipCenter

It’s been awhile since Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass and Chris Kirkpatrick huddled together in a recording studio, and yet their label just released a new ‘NSync album this week. The “Tearing Up My Heart” hitmakers weren’t even aware of the new record, yet it’s already sold out in many stores and online retailers. Lance took to Twitter to express his crankiness about being kept out of the loop- "I love when the record la ...
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A New 'NSYNC Album Was Released & Nobody Knew About It!

Jul 29 2014 5:40pm CDT | Source: Just Jared

If you head to your local CD store (the few that still exist), you might be surprised to see that a new ‘NSYNC album is on the shelves! It seems that not even the group members knew that The Essential ‘NSYNC, a compilation of their greatest hits, was in the works. “I love when the record label doesn’t even tell you they are releasing a new ‘NSYNC album tomorrow ! #TheyCare,” Lance Bass sarcastically wrote on his Twitter account. Hoping to get ...
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