Published October 06, 2012
John Travolta is back in the news, thankfully this time without any rumors regarding shady massage mishaps!
The 58-year-old actor/dancer/singer is spreading a different kind of cheer as he reunites with his "Grease" co-star Olivia Newton-John for a holiday album.
"This Christmas," due out November 13, features duets with Barbara Streisand and many more. It also includes a sequel to their hit "You're the One I Want" called “I Think You Might Like It.”
Another reunion in the making? Axl Rose and a living, breathing interviewer.
The rocker announced his first live interview in more than two decades, with none other than Jimmy Kimmel, on October 24th.
The Q&A session comes days before the Guns N' Roses frontman heads to The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for a 12-night run of Las Vegas shows.
While Axl is getting pumped for his “Appetite For Democracy” residency, David Grohl and the Foo Fighters are going bye bye.
In a letter to fans on Facebook Grohl said, "It's a good thing for all of us to go away for a while."
Someone who isn't going away is Adele. The songstress released her newest tune, "Skyfall" on her website, adele.tv.
The song is the theme for the newest Bond flick also, luckily, called "Skyfall." The film is due out in theaters November 9th.
Finally, Billboard.com's Silvio Pietroluongo sat down with FOX411 to make sense of this week's chart toppers. We also talked with Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins to discuss their new album "Oceania."
For all this and a little bit more, click play on this week's 411 Playlist!