'Titanium,' DJ extraordinaire David Guetta's collaboration with eccentric Australian songstress Sia, was such a smash success that it's no wonder he'd want to work with her again -- and now we know he has. During his set at Belgium's Tomorrowland festival, Guetta debuted the pair's latest effort, 'Falling To Pieces.'
While Australian actor and 'Hunger Games' star Liam Hemsworth got his start on soap operas, he probably never expected he'd be part of one himself.
But as the new fiance of Miley Cyrus -- whose very public growing pains have resulted in battles with both her family and the press -- he might want to get used to the drama that follows one of the world's biggest stars.
Michael Jackson's 14-year-old daughter Paris was once a shy girl who seemed reluctant for any of the spotlight that often consumed her late father. But thanks at least in part to a recent and very messy public family feud, Paris has now found her voice -- and lately she's been using it to defend her friend and neighbor, Justin Bieber.
When a group's lead singer has success with solo projects, they typically leave their former bandmates in the rearview mirror (just ask Destiny's Child and 'N Sync about that). But Gwen Stefani is different. After releasing two popular albums, the No Doubt frontwoman could've very easily carried on as a solo act -- but she says those days are behind her now.
At this point, trying to count how many videos include Carly Rae Jepsen's viral hit 'Call Me Maybe' is akin to counting how many stars there are in the universe. Abercrombie & Fitch models have lip-synced it, the Cookie Monster has spoofed it, and even Katy Perry and her friends released their own homage after Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez did their own.
But while we may not know exactly how many versions are out there, we do know the latest 'Call Me Maybe' video to gain fame: ladies and gentlemen, we give you the US Olympic swim team.