Saturday, March 23rd 2013
The stars shine for kids’ biggest calendar night – the 26th annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards! Live from the University of Southern California’s Galen Center, see some of the industry’s biggest stars just moments after they arrive to the scene.
And, as attendees gear up for rocking performances from Christina Aguilera, Ke$ha, and Pitbull, see and sound off on the Josh Duhamel-hosted affair’s fashion hits and misses below…
Friday, January 11th 2013
Ke$ha keeps her ‘Warrior’ party going with the release of the LP’s second single, ‘C’Mon’.
The cut, which is the follow-up to last Fall’s mega-smash ‘Die Young’, saw its accompanying video unwrapped moments ago.
As ever, we ave you covered. Check out it below…
Wednesday, January 9th 2013
Tonight, the 2013 People’s Choice Awards took the honor of being first to kick off the 2013 awards season. The ceremony, held at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theater, saw TGJ favorites Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Beyonce, Usher, Chris Brown, and more all vying for the show’s top honors.
And, though quite the tight race, one of the aforementioned shocked all with a whopping four wins!
Find out the ‘People’s Choices’ for categories in movies, television, and music below…you may be shocked:
Thursday, December 20th 2012
The story of ‘Blow’ beauty Ke$ha‘s latest hit ‘Die Young’ being yanked from radio has certainly been blown to new proportions over the last few days. As the story of its initial dismissal from radio (in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy) cooled, the singer reignited interest in it as she took to Twitter claiming she was “forced” to sing its negative lyrics.
Then, her mom also took to the same medium to corroborate her story. Despite a swift retraction, fans were later confused when videos surfaced of Ke$ha bragging about the song – one that sees her as the primary contributor to its lyrics.
Now, with hopes of leaving the incident in the past, the ‘Tik Tok’ trier took to her official website today to lift a letter clarifying what she meant when she used the word “forced”…
Wednesday, December 19th 2012
Yesterday, ‘Warrior’ singer Ke$ha received the news that her latest single ‘Die Young‘ had been pulled from some US radio outlets, as not to offend any affected by last week’s Sandy Hook elementary school massacre.
However, in what saw the upsetting story rear another ugly head, the star sparked confusion when she tweeted that she agreed with the decision to pull the song, and that she had been forced to sing the song’s lyrics against her will.
Deleting that tweet minutes after posting it, she then found herself quizzed on what she had meant by the remark, which many believed had been aimed at long time collaborator Dr.Luke.
Now, her mother has gotten in on the action- retweeting a number of disturbing messages sent in to her by her fans.
Tuesday, December 18th 2012
‘Tik Tok’ hitmaker Ke$ha wasted very little time responding to reports her hit song ‘Die Young’ was yanked from radio air due to insensitivity to the recent Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy of Newton, Connecticut.
As stories of the song’s removal from radio ran atop headlines, Ke$ha ran to Twitter to offer an explanation of the song’s origin that may have incited a new set of headlines of its own:
Tuesday, December 18th 2012
For many, the horrific murders of school teachers and their infant students in Connecticut last week marked one of this generation’s greatest tragedies.
Now, in a responsible bid to honor those who lost their lives, US radio outlets have made a controversial move by ‘pulling’ Ke$ha‘s upbeat dance single ‘Die Young‘ from their playlists.
Not sure why?
Their reasons below…
Thursday, December 13th 2012
She has done it again with hardly any reason to say oops! For, yet again, 2012 has proven ‘Toxic’ tinwoman Britney Spears seems to have the magic potion when it comes into raking in the big bucks.
With an estimated $58 million in earnings over the past year (due to album sales, tours, ‘X Factor US’, etc), Spears has new reason to ‘Scream & Shout’ as reports have surfaced indicating the stiff songstress beat out stiff competition to be named 2012′s highest paid female musician.
Find out what top divas she beat to the top below:
Thursday, December 6th 2012
As reported here, Melanie Amaro, winner of X Factor USA Season 1, took to her musical alma mater to unveil her long-awaited debut single ‘Long Distance’. Lifted from her ‘Epic’ debut ‘Truly‘, Amaro truly showed fans why she was voted the show’s inaugural winner.
Also hitting the stage was autotune queen Ke$ha who lent a live rendition of ‘C’Mon’, the successor to hit ‘Die Young’ from her sophomore album ‘Warrior’. See the ladies at work below: