Will Katy Perry Have to Pay Damages for Plagiarizing 'Dark Horse'? Today on Inside Edition
Christian hip-hop artist Marcus Gray, who goes by the name Flame, flashed Inside Edition a thumbs-up as he headed into court for penalty phase of the case on Tuesday.
Katy Perry plagiarized part of her hit song "Dark Horse," a jury ruled Monday.
Gospel rapper Marcus Gray, who goes by the name Flame, flashed Inside Edition a thumbs-up as he headed into court for the penalty phase of the case on Tuesday. Will Perry have to pay damages?
After losing her lower limbs in a boat explosion last year, Stefanie Schaffer is adjusting to her new normal. How she found the strength to go on.
Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, is criticizing Quentin Tarantino's portrayal of her father in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." What she had to say.
And video showing Armie Hammer's son sucking on his dad's toes has ignited an uproar.
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