It’s going to be a super-hot summer thanks to Kelly Clarkson, as she just announced her much-anticipated Piece By Piece tour schedule.
The “My Life Would Suck Without You” songstress told her Facebook fans, “BIG NEWS! I’m going on tour this summer & bringing Pentatonix with me! Get dates & pre-sale info here.” Everything kicks off July 11th in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
He’s never been a man of few words, and Kanye West offered up all kinds of insight during his speech at Oxford University on Monday evening (March 2).
Though he was given a 20-minute time limit, the “Black Skinhead” rapper stated that he may need more time before telling the audience to get “completely quiet. I can literally hear a whisper, and it’ll throw off my stream of consciousness, and when I get my stream of consciousness going that’s when I give the best, illest quotes.”
We haven’t heard from her in awhile, and it turns out Carly Rae Jepsen has been busy crafting a brand new hit single.
The “Call Me Maybe” pop princess just released her new track “I Really Like You” on Sunday (March 1), signaling that she’s ready to climb back up to the top of the charts. Carly sings, "I really really really really really really like you / And I want you, do you want me, do you want me, too? / I really really really really really really like you / And I want you, do you want me, do you want me, too?"
Everything she touches turns to platinum, but that doesn’t mean Taylor Swift carries on a carefree lifestyle filled with rainbows and unicorns.
In her new interview with The Telegraph, the “Should’ve Said No” songstress admits, “I worry about everything all the time. We could do our entire interview me telling you how many things I’ve worried about since breakfast. ‘The Neuroses of Taylor Swift’ is probably going to be the article headline.”
The show aired live from the UK at London’s O2 arena and was hosted by TV personalities Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly. Big winners of the night included Sam Smith, who took home awards for both British Breakthrough Act and Global Success. Ed Sheeran also won big at the ceremony, walking away with the Mastercard British Album and British Male Solo awards.
After his appearance on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show this morning (Feb. 24), the 24-year-old musician stopped by the BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge to record a cover of the “Voice” coach’s hit song, “Dirrty” from her 2002 album Stripped.
The 28-year-old pop megastar treated the A-list audience to a dazzling medley tribute to the Sound of Music, after which the 50-year-old classic film's leading lady, Julie Andrews, made a surprise appearance onstage.
While Nickelodeon has yet to unveil the complete list of noms, Us Weekly has exclusively announced a few of the musical artists up for an orange blimp in three categories - Favorite Music Group, Favorite Male Singer and Favorite Female Singer. Among the nominees are Sam Smith, Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams, and Ariana Grande.