At Tuesday's Concert for Valor in Washington, Bruce Springsteen, 65, performed multiple songs in honor of veterans, but he's been catching heat for his performance of the anti-war anthem "Fortunate Son" with Zac Brown and Dave Grohl.

While Springsteen did perform his uplifting "Born in the U.S.A," that did not stop many from taking to Twitter to criticize his other song choice. Tweets ranged from "Hey Bruce Springsteen! Get off the stage with your anti American music!" to " 'Fortunate Son' played at the Concert for Valor?! You ought to be ashamed."

Springsteen was not the only big name at the event. Jennifer Hudson kicked it off with "The Star-Spangled Banner." Carrie Underwood, Eminem and Rihanna were also on hand to celebrate our troops and honor veterans.

'Twilight's' new zone

Author Stephenie Meyer has a new project called "The Storytellers," which will release mini-movies tied to her "Twilight" series on Facebook next year, according to MTV News. Meyer and Lionsgate are holding a competition to pick out five aspiring female directors to create the mini-movies. "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart officially launched the competition in a video on the contest's website. Stewart will also serve as one of the contest's judges.

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