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Stevie Wonder will embark on a multi-city U.S. tour starting Nov. 6 in New York, NY, at Madison Square Garden. Songs in the Key of Life Performance is scheduled to visit major cities like Washington, D.C., Boston, MA, and Chicago, IL, over the course of five weeks, before concluding Dec 5. in Oakland, CA.

This tour will be feature songs from Wonder's iconic album, Songs in the Key of Life. This album — which was the 18th in Wonder's career — features songs like "I Wish," "Sir Duke," "As," and "Isn't She Lovely."

See below for a selection of tour dates and visit the Stevie Wonder page for more information on tickets.

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5 Best Celebrity Feuds, Featuring Taylor Swift and Katy Perry

Happy Labor Day

There's nothing like a great celebrity feud! They're juicy and funny and embarrassing and, sometimes, downright nasty — and they make us all glad we aren't involved. Here are 5 of the greatest celebrity feuds in recent memory.

Taylor Swift vs. Katy Perry

If the rumors are to be believed, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift are feuding, like, right now. Though the two have previously appeared to be on friendly terms — Google "Katy Perry Taylor Swift" and you'll see a slew of images from various outings and award shows — things maybe aren't so great between them. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Taylor Swift talked about "Bad Blood," one of the tracks from her forthcoming album 1989. The single, according to Swift, is about a fellow female artist.

In the interview, Swift said, "For years, I was never sure if we were friends or not. She would come up to me at awards shows and say something and walk away, and I would think, 'Are we friends, or did she just give me the harshest insult of my life?'" But then, last year the unnamed artist did something that made them into "straight-up enemies," Swift said. "And it wasn't even about a guy! It had to do with business. She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour. She tried to hire a bunch of people out from under me. And I'm surprisingly non-confrontational — you would not believe how much I hate conflict. So now I have to avoid her. It's awkward, and I don't like it."

People had plenty of guesses about which star Swift was hinting at, until...

Katy Perry sent out this tweet a few hours after Swift's story went live. Could be completely coincidental, but it probably isn't.

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One Direction Announces New Album, Single

It's kind of a big week for One Direction: this morning, they announced a new album and a new single for their throngs of fans. 1D's fourth album — appropriately titled "Four" — will be out Nov. 17, while their single is currently available for free on their official website for the next 24 hours. Co-written by Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, "Fireproof" is a soft pop song reminiscent of their recent tracks "You & I" and "Story of My Life." Listen here:

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NFL Returns

Yesterday was kind of a big deal for football fans. It officially moved us from That Time Of The Year That's Dark and Sad to That Time Of The Year When Everything Is Right In The World (Because Football). Last night, the Seahawks beat the Packers during the first game of this year's NFL season. And it's gonna be a good one. The return of the NFL season means is great because of Fantasy Football and tailgating and these 48 other reasons (which you should totally read through). Here's to hoping this season provides plenty of fodder for a new NFL Bad Lip Reading video, because that's my go-to thing when the topic of football comes out and I really could use a video that's more recent than January 2014.

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August's Top 10 Events

If you guessed that Ringling Bros. would still hold strong in August, you'd be exactly right. So like last month, we'll skip right to the juicy stuff: Garth Brooks. Last month I noted that despite the slow, drip drip way Garth Brooks has announced his tour dates, he wasn't doing so bad. Now that we're a month later, it's time to take a look at how things are going overall.

How has the tour done so far? Well, in order to compare, let's take a look at the other hugely amped tour from this year: Jay-Z & Beyonce. So far, the number of Garth Brooks tickets sold TicketNetwork.com is 71% of the number of tickets sold for the entirety of the On The Run Tour*. That's for a tour that had almost the same number of dates that Brooks' tour currently has released. When you take that into account, it doesn't look so good at first. However, when you remember that he's only released dates for two cities, it starts to look a little better. 71% of the other biggest tour of the year for two cities? I think that's not bad.

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