Pop sensation Cheryl Cole beams bold and beams bright in these newly released promotional shots for her 3rd studio album ‘A Million Lights’.

The set, which arrives on June 18th, is preceded by the Calvin Harris produced ‘Call My Name’ – which is poised to make quite the splash on the charts when it arrives a week earlier.

Peep more of the Ellen Von Unwerth shots, below…


As many a Madonna fan and Little Monster know, the Queen of Pop is set to use her ‘MDNA’ tour set to tribute pop diva Lady Gaga by performing a mashed-up version of the latter’s ‘Born This Way’ with her own ‘Express Yourself’.  Immediately coming under fire after its early 2011 release for sounding nearly identical to Madge’s 1989 hit, Gaga dismissed the claim of copying while her pop predecessor labeled it ‘reductive’.

Now, as audio has surfaced of Madonna’s intent to fuse the twin pop tunes on her latest live trek, we who thought the flame had cooled see it may be readying to reach higher heights.  Is this another case of Kim Vs. Nicki?

Take a listen below and you tell us:


Nicole Scherzinger was in A List company today, when Will Smith hit Monaco to enjoy today’s Grand Prix.

Trading his wife and kids in for fellow actor Duane Martin, Smith arrived in town where he was seat in the Mclaren Booth where he watched the races with the Interscope belle, whom he co-stars with in his latest flick ‘Men In Black 3’.

The pair’s sighting comes two months after Nicole’s debut album ‘Killer Love’ was certified Gold in the UK. Quite interestingly, the project is still yet to be released in the US despite hitting the UK back in November.

More from her trip below…


Despite meeting a royal backlash from her commercial with Burger King, Queen of Hip Hop Soul Mary J. Blige still presses forward with a visual for the parent song to the crispy chicken jingle that landed her under fire.

While many-a-fan may still be bumping the fresh beat of the “crispy chicken, fresh lettuce” song, we at That Grape Juice can say we prefer the taste of it in its original form.

Originally under wraps (all pun intended), the visual for ‘Don’t Mind’ has now surfaced.   Lifted from her most recent “My Life II:  The Journey Continues”, get your first taste after the jump:


The search for ‘The Voice UK’ is finally underway!

Tonight saw the fifth set of eliminations from the live shows.

With the fate of the contestants solely in the hands of the public vote, the unlucky acts who waved goodbye to the competition were favourites Ruth Brown and Jaz Ellington, as well as Max Milner and Becky Hill.

Peep highlights from tonight’s episode below…


Big-budget videos, a Superbowl Half-time performance, and a giant snowball of hype. All of the aforementioned preceded the release of Madonna‘s latest album ‘MDNA’. And yet the LP has gone on to become one of the star’s worst performing yet.

Indeed, after shifting an impressive 359,000 copies in its first week on sale in the US (a figure boosted by a tour ticket/album combo), the following seven days would see the set make history for all the wrong reasons – after sales dropped a whopping 86%. Since then, the ‘Give Me All Your Luvin” led collection hasn’t fared any better – disappearing from the upper, middle, and bottom echelons of the charts in many a country.

Naturally, then, the blame game begins and it seems first up on the podium is the album’s primary producer William Orbit. The 55 year old Pop maestro, who couldn’t stop professing the greatness of the LP before its arrival, has been rather vocal about why he thinks the album flopped into the fiery pits.

Check out his “interesting” rationale after the jump…


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They say all publicity is good publicity, however we’re not sure that rings true for a certain Justin Bieber.

For, the teen pin-up was caught in quite the ruckus earlier today with a paparazzi while en route home from a date with girlfriend Selena Gomez. This coming merely weeks before his third album ‘Believe’ hits stores on June 19th.

Details surrounding the incident are sketchy at present, yet the shots below tell a compelling tale.

See for yourself below…


Azealia Banks will launch her ’1991′ EP tomorrow and despite the release only holding four songs, she has served up a preview today.

Arriving before her debut LP ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’, the EP includes its breakthrough title track,the dance hopeful ‘Van Vogue’ and witty number ‘Liquorice’.

Listen below…


This weekend saw Beyonce make her grand return to the stage. And with a purpose. Indeed, with all eyes and ears fixated on whether she still has “it” after giving birth back in January, the 30 year old delivered an emphatic answer on the opening night of her Revel resort residency.

For, not only does she still possess “it” in abundance, she turned in a showing that re-affirms her position -love her or loathe her-as the greatest performer of this generation.

Proving that Friday’s show was no fluke, the megastar continued to highlight why she enjoys such status on Saturday night with another epic show.

Check out performances below…


The Voice UK continued in spectacular fashion tonight, with the results from the latest Live Shows.

Check out highlights from the hotly anticipated show on our sister site – That Grape Juice TV.

Click here to watch The Voice UK!


For one reason or another, music videos- or at least their impact on Pop culture- just aren’t the same.

Perhaps down to the scarcity of cash in the industry, it’s fair to say that the music video has felt the full force of the business’ switch from shifting albums to selling singles.

Economically it makes sense with most of today’s act hardly bringing in enough to warrant budgets the likes of Michael Janet were afforded, but can you really put a price on creativity?

Are lack of finances to blame for videos which- quite frankly- are as generic as the singles they are in aid of?

How many of these will stand the test of time?

Peep a few memorable videos and weigh in after the jump…


Nelly Furtado has been a relative reclusive on the music scene for the past six years. Yet, given today’s fast moving industry, it feels more like six hundred years.

Nonetheless, it looks like the eclectic singer is willing to put in the work to win over the modern mass. KIIS 102.7 served as the latest stop on the promotional run for her new single ‘Big Hoops’ and its housing album ‘The Spirit Indestructible’.

There Furtado served up an acoustic set which consisted of ‘Hoops’, as well as 2006 smashes ‘Maneater’ and ‘Say It Right’.

Watch Nelly go retro below…


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