Never underestimate the power of the Monsters. For once again, Lady GaGa‘s legions of die hard fans have taken her straight to #1, this time on the Official UK Top 40 album Chart with her new album ‘Born This Way‘.
This marks another UK #1 album for the starlet who enjoyed the same feat with previous releases, ‘The Fame‘ and its sister album ‘The Fame Monster‘. Moreover, the feat sees the singer break British chart record.
Pop starlet Nicole Scherzinger flaunted her X Factor this weekend at a private Hugo Boss function. As well as performing her own catalogue of material, she took a shot British belter Adele‘s ‘Rolling In The Deep’.
With the singer currently an unstoppable chart force at the moment, it’s natural Scherzinger’s version will get the magnifying glass treatment. Find out how she fared after the jump…
After being unceremoniously ousted from the X Factor USA judging panel, Cheryl Cole will no doubt be reeling tonight. Yet, beyond losing the much sought-after job (reportedly due to her accent), the British star is likely none too impressed with her replacement – Nicole Scherzinger.
For during a 2006 interview, Cole and her then-group Girls Aloud, did not hold back when it came to their disdain for the Pussycat Dolls star. See for yourself above.
While Cole’s judgement of talent is laughable (given her lack of any), the whole segment was hilarious! It’s just an ironic shame that such brazenness went out the window when it came time to actually judge as a job on the UK X Factor. Rather she cosied up to the media’s portrayal of her as ‘the nation’s sweetheart’.
With no job left in the States, she’ll no doubt be hoping such a label sticks when she lands on home turf. However far fetched it is.
X Factor USA host Nicole Scherzinger lit up the ‘American Idol’ stage tonight with a scorching premiere performance of new single ‘Right There’.
The track, which was released on US iTunes this week, should see a noticeable spike in sales given Idol’s 20 million plus audience; a figure which may soar higher as the season approaches its final stretch.