Chuck Berry Receives Presidential Praise from Barack Obama and Bill Clinton"Chuck Berry rolled over everyone who came before him -- and turned up everyone who came after," tweeted Obama.
Top Pop Culture Moments Of 20162016 was a year of exciting pop culture moments. From the Academy Awards to the unlikely election of Donald Trump, and the mannequin challenge, these are the top pop culture moments of the year.
Katy Perry, John Legend, More Comment on Final Presidential DebateCelebs tweeted as the opponents duked it out over immigration, abortion and the selection of the next Supreme Court justices.
Danny Elfman Scores Creepy 'Trump Stalks Hillary' ClipElfman teams with Funny or Die for a truly ominous, and hilarious video.
Katy Perry, Ice T, Bastille React to Second Presidential DebateKaty Perry to Hillary Clinton, "PLEASE DROP THE MIC TONIGHT HILL!"
Watch Mary J. Blige Interview Hillary Clinton, Sing Bruce SpringsteenMary J. Blige and Hillary Clinton discussed faith, accepting criticism, and police brutality. Regarding the latter, Blige sang some bars from Bruce Springsteen's "American Skin."
Madonna Gets Naked to 'Vote with Katy Perry' in Support of Clinton“Im voting naked with Katy Perry!!” she captioned the photo. “Vote for Hillary. She's the Best we got!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸. Nude Voting series # 1.”
Stevie Nicks Wants to Play 'Landslide' if Hillary Clinton Wins Election“When she wins by a landslide, I could gather together the Dixie Chicks, Billy Corgan and everybody who’s ever sung a version of ‘Landslide,'" she said.
Paul McCartney Meets with Hillary Clinton, Posts, 'She's With Me'McCartney later posted a photo of himself with the Democratic presidential nominee, with the caption “She’s with me.”
Ted Nugent Picks Donald Trump's Next Theme SongHe also has some thoughts about Hillary.
Stephen Colbert Performs Zany DNC Convention SongStephen Colbert wrote and performed a hippie dippie ode to the Democratic National Convention.
Californians Head To Polls To Vote On Primary Day California voters will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots during the primary election.