Remember Tamagotchis, those adorable pocket-sized virtual pets that we all had growing up? Well, they're back in a big way! Not only is there a Tamagotchi app, called Tamagotchi L.i.f.e Tap & Hatch, but the brand has also expanded into a clothing line -- and Jennette McCurdy is the brand ambassador!
Music is, of course, a huge part of Emily Kinney's life. In part one of our interview with her, 'The Walking Dead' star explained she was inspired to write her infectious track 'Julie' after a real-life experience with a guy she liked. When the actress stopped by the PopCrush studio to film this interview and a live music performance, she also talked about how she uses music to prepare for her role in 'The Walking Dead.'
We love when a song perfectly captures the giddy feeling of falling completely head-over-heels for someone. When Better Than Ezra elaborated on this magic on their new track 'Crazy Lucky,' they added a little humor to emphasize the unlikelihood of finding that special someone.
It's 10AM on April 1, 2014. The duo behind MKTO, Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller, are jet-lagged and exhausted, but really, really, excited.
Fresh off an electric performance of 'Wild Wild Love' with Pitbull on 'Today,' the ladies of G.R.L. were bubbly, candid and as sweet as you'd hope they'd be when we caught up with them. Despite the magnitude of their live TV appearance, they lit up the stage. The secret behind their calm demeanor? Pitbull himself!
In case you didn't notice by this whole Vamps takeover we've been having (on Twitter and on Instagram, plus we showed you this video interview and our fun game of Pop Dive with them), we're 100% crushing on those boys right now. What better way to end the week than by seeing what Brad, James, Tristan and Connor are crushing on?
When we sat down with the Vamps for a game of Pop Dive, we weren't quite sure what to expect. You see, we grew up in the United States and these guys are British, so they were bound to make some pop culture references that our editors might not relate to. (Case in point: Busted. Sorry, guys! They just weren't that well-known across the pond.)