The quartet — Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, and Christina Aguilera — took the stage for a loose version of the song, starting off in unison before Shelton, Levine, and Cee Lo took turns soloing at the mic. Aguilera, naturally, added plenty of melismatic vocal runs.
Beyoncé skipped out on the 2011 BET Awards last night, but she had a good excuse: she was making history at England’s Glastonbury Music Festival.
Strange as it might sound in the 21st century, Beyoncé became the first African-American to headline Glastonbury over the weekend — and she did it in style, bringing her dazzling stage show and a hit-packed set list to the festival, while still making room for a pair of tracks from her latest solo release, ’4.’
Ah, Prince. Whether he’s changing his name to a symbol, scrawling slogans on his face, threatening to sue his fans, or publicly daydreaming about a world in which no one is allowed to cover his songs, he’s always good for a provocative quote or two.
His latest interview, with the UK’s Guardian, didn’t disappoint.
Justin Bieber has spent the last year racking up almost as many self-deprecating appearances on late-night TV shows as he has top 40 hits — and he added another one to his résumé this week when he stopped by ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ to deliver a Top 10 list of “facts” about himself.
Among the humorous Bieber tidbits: “I’m not really a big fan of Kevin James” (who was in the green room, flashing a mock frown for the cameras), “As hard as I’ve tried, I don’t know how to not be adorable,” and at number one on the list, “It’s a hairpiece.”
Before they were judges on NBC’s hit singing competition series ‘The Voice,’ Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera were chart-topping singers — and they teamed up to return to their roots Tuesday night, with a performance of their collaborative new single, ‘Moves Like Jagger.’
Maroon 5 took the stage first, with Levine fronting the band for the first half of the uptempo song, before Aguilera — wearing a low-cut T-shirt emblazoned with ‘BOYS’ and sporting pink streaks in her hair — strutted on to join them for the big finish.
Responding to a negative review of his recent Minneapolis performance, Green questioned the critic’s judgment by writing, “People enjoyed last night! I’m guessing you’re gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well, f*** you!”
The full clip won’t make its debut until Wednesday at 6 a.m. EST, but Britney Spears fans can catch an early glimpse of her new video for ‘I Wanna Go’ right now, thanks to a just-posted teaser.
A number of Britney’s songs and videos have tweaked her image or referenced her public struggles with the limelight, and ‘I Wanna Go’ adds to that tradition by imagining her as a cab-straddling pop warrior who wields her mic against hordes of paparazzi, using it as a whip to knock them down.
For fans who remember the days when a too-young-to-shave Joey McIntyre was the littlest New Kid on the Block, it might hardly seem possible that he’s a father — but McIntyre and his wife, Barrett, added a new member to their growing brood on May 31, and he used Twitter to share a snapshot over the weekend.
Introducing fans and followers to little Kira Katherine McIntyre with a “Happy Father’s Day : ) xoxo,” he went on to describe his new daughter as “a beautiful baby girl with great timing and gorgeous hair.”
Robyn has earned rave reviews and topped the European charts, but up until now, American chart success has largely eluded her – and all that could change following her upcoming stint as an opening act on Katy Perry’s California Dreams tour.
“I was excited that she asked me,” said the Swedish pop star during a recent interview. “It’s cool. She likes what I do and she’s a huge supporter of my music and I was just really happy and thankful that she thought of me cause I’ve never played for her audience.”
Though Robyn was admittedly not familiar with Perry’s work before being asked to join her tour, she’s since become a fan – and more importantly, she knew she could take the gig without compromise.
There’s no escaping Justin Bieber these days – not on the radio, not at a theater near you, not at the NBA All-Star Game and not at the CMT Music Awards, where the 17-year-old recently picked up an award for Collaborative Video of the Year.
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