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‘It Girl‘ performer Jason Derulo graced the stage of 2011 Teen Choice Awards with a performance of his #1 single ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home‘ much to the delight of his growing fan base.
Armed with seemingly more rehearsed choreography, the performer delivered a showing that may just have some of his critics reconsidering their stance on him.
Make up your mind below…
How ironic that three of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars ever would collaborate on a song about interplanetary travel. While the world awaits the release of ‘Watch the Throne’, the track fans have been waiting for most is making its journey across the net.
With all the hype surrounding the track, we’ll let you decide if it lives up to its expectations:
As much as we us some Janet Jackson, there’s no denying her love for backing tracks. ‘Allowed’ by most because of her high-octane routines, the youngest of the Jackson clan was left red faced recently after her career long practice came back to bite her in her derriere.
For when performing ‘That’s The Way Love Goes’ on the New Jersey stop of her ‘Number Ones: Up, Close, & Personal Tour’, the whole shabang was thrown off when the 45 year old’s pre-recorded vocal failed to kick in on cue. The result? See for yourself after the jump…
Although rumors have been swirling for months about pop diva Mariah Carey’s involvement on the reality talent competition X Factor USA, the extent of that involvement has yet to be confirmed. However, producer/media mogul Simon Cowell has been quite vocal of his desire to add Carey to the judging panel.
“You can’t say no to Mariah,” says Cowell, 51. “We have to find a role for her. I’m a huge fan of hers – not just as an artist, but as a person, and I love her to death.”
Albeit unknown if the role will be permanent, guest judge, or guest mentor, this is not the first time Cowell has admitted attempting to get Carey on the show (whom he says “wanted to be involved in the show from day one”). Given the singer’s reported album due this fall, the show could work as a great outlet to plug it. And, while the formula yielded alleged diva nemesis Jennifer Lopez mixed results, Nicole Scherzinger and Carey could see otherwise.
Should Mariah Carey be a judge on X-Factor USA?
‘On the Floor’ singer Jennifer Lopez was recently seen on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s September issue. And, while fans have already gotten a glimpse at the cover and its accompanying spread, now the magazine has offered a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the shoot.
See all the action after the jump:
Whilst the media and stans alike have pitted the pop princesses against each other, Lady Gaga‘s guesting of Britney Spears‘ concert this weekend might help silence the rumors.
The ‘Poker Face’ singer (who has written quite a bit for Spears) was spotted in the crowd and, when acknowledged by Britney, was greeted with a thunderous applause from concert attendees. See the action below:
Queen of Hip-Hop Soul Mary J. Blige may have conquered charts for nearly two decades now, but the ‘No More Drama’ singer says fans should expect to see more of her elsewhere. Speaking on her contribution to ‘The Help’ soundtrack, the singer addressed previous acting roles, her ever-delayed Nina Simone portrayal, and a desire to tackle more acting gigs.
See Blige dish on these topics and more after the jump:
It’s been a pretty minute since we’ve heard from Tweet.
Indeed, a label change and an halted comeback attempt have kept this Southern Hummingbird caged for almost 4 years.
Now, in a recent interview, the ‘Oops, Oh My’ singer has lifted the lid on what’s kept her musically inactive, her comeback, and forthcoming tour.
Full story after the jump…
As the age old adage goes: “any publicity is good publicity”. Just ask a certain Cher Lloyd.
The 18 year old today saw her debut single ‘Swagger Jagger’ charge into the Official UK Singles Chart at #1 – a feat which saw her knock off fellow X Factor alumni JLS off the top spot.
Very much a Marmite song, the song and its accompanying video attracted a 100,000 dislikes on Youtube. Yet, the record-buying public reaffirmed their support for the Mulvern native when and where it matters.