Star Scoop: Jay-Z Signs Kylie Minogue, Justin Timberlake Reveals ’20/20′ Tracklist, Mariah Carey Sings for ‘Oz’


If Justin Timberlake wasn't dreamy enough already, we've got 10 more reasons to make you swoon. The debonair “Suit & Tie” singer just released the artwork and tracklist of his highly-anticipated album “The 20/20 Experience.” Keeping it short and sweet with only 10 songs, Timberlake's latest will take us on a ride with tracks like “Pusher Love Girl,” “Strawberry Bubblegum,” and “Let The Groove Get In.” [E! Online]

While “Suit & Tie” is fresh on our minds, we've got to hand it to Jay-Z for his latest power move. Beyoncé's better half just signed dance icon Kylie Minogue to his RocNation team, which boasts Rihanna, Rita Ora, and hit-maker Timbaland on its roster. An international success, Minogue has sold 68 million records over her 25-year career. [Huffington Post]

ESPN the Magazine, you deserve a big “jeah.” The sports pub had Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte pose for its annual music issue in a shot that recreated Nirvana's epic “Nevermind” cover from 1991. Any excuse to see Lochte in a speedo? We co-sign. [SPIN]

Mariah Carey is bringing her five-octave vocal range to the land of Oz. The “American Idol” judge recorded a song for “Oz the Great and Powerful” starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, and Michelle Williams. But it doesn't stop there. After its February 18 release, Carey will shoot a video for “Almost Home” with hyper-realistic director David LaChapelle that will premiere on March 8 when the film opens in theaters. [MTV]

Prepare for a British Invasion 2.0. “Glad You Came” boy band The Wanted is coming to the states thanks to a new reality television show on E!, tentatively titled “The Wanted Life.” [E! Online]

Ben Affleck may have been snubbed by the Oscars for its best director category, but he's got yet another win to make up for it. He won top honor of the night at the Directors Guild Awards to go with his Golden Globe and Critics' Choice Award wins for directing “Argo.” [CNN]

Prepare for more “Star Wars” action than you could ever imagine. Yes, Disney is working on a new trilogy for the intergalactic opera with the latest installment to be directed by J.J. Abrams, but the mega media company also has plans for several standalone films. Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that the company is working on a set of blockbusters centered around “great 'Star Wars' characters that are not part of the overall saga.” [Access Hollywood]