Jay-Z and Beyonce both put out highly anticipated albums this year and all their hard work paid off! The "hottest chick in the game" and the dude on the throne came in at at number two on Forbes' list of the highest-paid celeb couples.
Poor Lady Gaga! Even though the pop powerhouse has millions of fans across the world, she admits she still gets lonely while out on the road touring. "Yes, I'm lonely. But I'm married to my loneliness," she recently admitted in an interview with Asia's Star TV.
The pop star is taking her lovelorn anthems—including her new single "Sparks Fly"—across the country in one of the biggest tours this summer, but her lyrics seem to have gotten a little help from a literary predecessor. Can you guess which lines are by the young songstress and which were penned by the "Pride and Prejudice" author?
During her lifetime, the late Amy Winehouse recorded dozens of songs chronicling her tumultous relationships—most notably, that with Blake Fielder-Civil, with whom she went through a rocky divorce in 2009. In addition to being soulful, her songs espouse an honesty so rarely found in pop songs today.
The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards nominees have been announced! We have chosen the five sexiest videos to be released since the Rihanna S&M video controversy (the racy video is still banned in some countries). These are the videos you dance in your underwear to in the morning and get busy to at night. And we promise to vote for Adele some other time.
"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent." ~Victor Hugo Like millions of other young girls in this country, my daughters were raised with the Disney girls. My eldest was a long-time fan of both Lindsay Lohan and Hillary Duff and witnessed with disbelief as their girl-next-door appearances slipped into sex symbol and their lives slipped out of control in a world designed to devour them whole. Where were their parents, I wondered, as they made bad choice after bad choice?
When it comes to summer lovin', you want to have a blast. And nothing can get you and your boo into the groove more than seeing some sweet tunes together in concert. It's the perfect opportunity to hold hands, dance up on your man, and even sneak in some PDA. This summer especially, there are so many hot tickets available to help you turn up the volume and the heat on you date night out. Here are our top picks for live music that'll put you and your man in the mood.
Lady Gaga ended her on-again-off-again relationship with musician and bartender Luc Carl earlier this month, and now she's sharing how being betrayed by lovers in the past influenced her writing of the song "Judas." "I've had a lot of ex-boyfriends betray me - a**holes, we all have them... I began to write a song about an ex-lover who betrayed me, who loved heavy metal music," Gaga said in an interview with Britain's MTV. Carl is a heavy metal drummer. Coincidence? We doubt it.
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Bob Marley's death, we're asking you to name his most romantic song.
In bizarre survey news, a recent poll just revealed that Coldplay and Lady Gaga fans are among the least likely to have sex on the first date. According to NME.com, the survey was conducted by Tastebuds.fm, a dating site that matches people up based on their music preferences.
For the February issue of Harper's Bazaar, Sting and Trudie Styler sat down for a revealing interview about their nearly 30-year relationship. Although the legend of Sting's marathon Tantric sex sessions was debunked a couple of years ago, he and the Missus can still rock and roll in the bedroom...
From Katy Perry to Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift to Gaga, there were plenty of love-themed tracks to enjoy in 2010. Here are the songs that have been sending our collective hearts aflutter for the past twelve months, in case you managed to them out of your head in the first place.
Just imagine what music could do to help you get through your emotional trials post-breakup or divorce. If you use it like medicine and make sure you listen to (and sing along to) at least one feel good song twice a day, or more as you see fit, you’ll see that you’ll start feeling better about yourself. You can even make a playlist of all your favorites to add some variety to the mix. You’ll feel less lethargic and more motivated to go out and do things, you’ll see your confidence start to go up, and you’ll eventually start to wonder how you ever got so hung up over your last break-up.