Pop Goes The News — One of the most successful Canadians bands of the ‘80s is asking fans to help pay for the making of a new album.

Honeymoon Suite, famous for hits like “New Girl Now” and “Feel It Again,” recently launched a PledgeMusic campaign to fund its first new collection of music in eight years.

Pop Goes The News — The former Canadian home of music icon Prince suddenly became more valuable Thursday following his death at 57.

The mansion Prince shared with Manuela Testolini on The Bridle Path in Toronto is currently on the market with an asking price of $12,788,000.

Editor’s Note: This blog is not bound by the injunction in England and Wales.

UPDATE: The UK Supreme Court has ruled to uphold the injunction.

UPDATE: On April 18, Court of Appeal judges ruled that the injunction in England and Wales will be lifted on Wednesday, April 20, pending an appeal by Elton John and David Furnish.

Pop Goes The News — Do Elton John and his Canadian husband David Furnish have an open relationship — or has Furnish been cheating on the music icon?

The front page of the April 18 edition of the National Enquirer, now on newsstands, declares: “Elton John Betrayed by Cheating Husband!”

Pop Goes The News — Nadine Gelineau, a renowned DJ and music promoter, died Thursday after a battle with cancer. She was 56.

The Ottawa native spent her final moments surrounded by family members at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Pop Goes The News — Pop singer Sia says she believes aliens exist — in part because a former member of the Canadian government said so.

While appearing in a “Carpool Karaoke” segment for The Late Late Show, Sia was asked by host James Corden if she thinks aliens are real.