If it wasn’t already copyrighted, we would suggest that the guys from the Wanted change their name to ‘America’s Most Wanted.’ According to the Daily Mail, the ‘Glad You Came’ quintet were recently detained by police officers while shooting a new video in Los Angeles.
Nathan Sykes might be one-fifth of the Wanted, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have his own ideas and visions as an artist. The 18-year-old recently spoke to PopCrush about a new songwriting venture he has embarked on and the difficulties that have arisen due to the song’s semi-controversial nature.
Nicki Minaj has revealed the cover art for her ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’ album, which is slated for release on April 3. Surprisingly, for an LP that is supposed to be recorded mainly in the voice of Nicki’s unforgiving, crazed alter ego Roman Zolanski, the cover art is bright and colorful.
Rihanna is currently overseas in the U.K., and as always, the ‘Birthday Cake’ songstress has been keeping her loyal Twitter followers updated on her every move. Today (Feb. 27), RiRi was rehearsing for her appearance on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show,’ and yesterday she was getting sexified at her cover shoot for the British version of Esquire magazine.
Santigold is on her to way receiving an unapologetic “sorry for party rocking” from LMFAO. The ‘L.E.S. Artistes’ singer-songwriter recently spoke to Pitchfork about her upcoming album, and while speaking with the publication, Santigold went on to diss LMFAO and pretty much the entire state of mainstream pop music today (with a few exceptions, of course).
Britney Spears is apparently such a fan of ‘X Factor,’ that she wants to become a judge on the show! A source close to Spears spoke to Us Weekly about the singer’s hopes to give her two cents on the judge’s panel on Simon Cowell‘s singing competition.
Dev gives fans a glimpse of what she’s packing inside her convertible in her new video for ‘In My Trunk.’ Shot in the bustling metropolis of Los Angeles, Dev teams up with her buddies the Cataracs, who likely produced this heavily Auto-tuned track for her upcoming debut album ‘The Night the Sun Came Up.’
The 2012 Grammy Awards were chock full of amazing performances, with Bruno Mars opening the show with a vivacious, dance-filled performance of his song ‘Runaway.’ Alicia Keys paid homage to the late Etta James, while fellow soulful diva Jennifer Hudson gave an outstanding tribute performance to Whitney Houston, who died just one night before the 2012 Grammys. Adele made her comeback with a rousing performance of ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ while Chris Brown was also welcomed back with open arms after performing ‘Turn Up the Music’ and ‘Beautiful People.’
The 2012 Grammy Awards are finally here! Tonight on the televised awards ceremony, the stage was overflowing with explosive performances from a variety of artists in the pop, R&B, hip-hop and rock genres.
Tonight at the 2012 Grammy Awards, pop stars hit the red carpet for pictures prior to the big event. Like any other A-list award show, stars like Adele, Bruno Mars, David Guetta, Kelly Rowland, Wiz Khalifa plus many more hit the red carpet at the 2012 Grammy Awards dressed to the nines.
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