Disney Reveals Star-Studded We Love Disney Track List Featuring Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo and More

Everyone loves belting out their favorite Disney movie tune, but to truly appreciate the classics sometimes you have to let a professional take the mic.

At last weekend’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, Disney announced the release of We Love Disney, a compilation album featuring 12 musical superstars.

Kacey Musgraves: 'I Won't Be Everyone's Cup of Tea'

Kacey Musgraves is a master of blowin’ (off) smoke when it comes to the haters – well, hating.

Behind the Scenes of Kacey Musgraves' New Album and Song

How Did the Stars Prep for the ACM Awards?

Sunday didn’t just mark the Academy of Country Music Awards – it marked the 50th edition of the Academy of Country Music Awards. So needless to say, Nashville’s biggest names put a little extra TLC into their getting-ready routines.

Before Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton took the stage to kick off the festivities and entertain us with their hilarious bromance (referred to by Bryan as #Bluke), celebs heading to the ACMs posted videos and photos on social media as they prepped for the big night.

Play Two Truths and a Lie with Kacey Musgraves

If you’re a true fan of Kacey Musgraves, you already know that the singer took home a Song of the Year CMA at last year’s awards for her hit “Follow Your Arrow.” You also know all about her super-cute pup Pearl, and you might even know that she’s got an eerily prescient birthm

Keith Urban and Eric Church Steal the Show at the Ryman

Oh, to be a fly on the wall of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for this insiders-only country show.

For nearly two hours on Thursday, 16 country artists played an array of new releases, about-to-be-releases and a few surprises fresh out of the writing fires.

From the superstars to the up-and-comers, the performers – all represented by the Universal Music Group conglomerate – each had a moment to shine before the several hundred programmers, deejays and other assorted station staffers gathered for the annual Country Radio Seminar.

What Are Lady A's Favorite In-Flight Jams?

When Lady Antebellum takes off this week for the European and Australian leg of their Wheels Up 2015 Tour, it will be an especially tough goodbye for Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood, who will both be leaving babies at home for the first time on a tour.

Your Guide to Awards Show Season Reaction Shots

Reaction shots are the (occasionally unintended) visual punchlines of award shows. For every tongue-in-cheek Martin Freeman reaction, there’s a stone-faced Frances McDormand smash-cut for Twitter to crow over.

So before the SAG Awards get underway, we’re taking a look back at some of the best “reactors” at awards shows and attempting to predict who’s going to be the one to watch this year.

Country Star Ty Herndon: 'I'm an Out, Proud and Happy Gay Man'

Five years ago, country singer Ty Herndon finally recognized that he had a very important story to share.

“During an Anthony Robbins seminar, I realized I had an incredible story that could possibly help someone’s son or daughter or grandchild’s life not be as difficult as mine has been,” he tells PEOPLE. “Maybe they wouldn’t have to go through as much pain and suffering. It’s time to tell my truth.”

From Vodka to Beef Jerky: What (and Where!) Country Stars Ate Before the CMAs

With all the body-clinging dresses and slim-fitting tuxes, ever watch an awards show on TV and wonder, “What do these people eat?” Well, we do, too! So we asked the stars on the CMA Awards red carpet to share what they nibbled on in preparation for the big show. Here’s what they told us:

Lady A’s Hillary Scott: “I had guacamole and cucumbers, but I’ve had so much coffee I think that’s what’s getting me through.”