"I don’t want you being played in my house if I think you’re a bastard" says Adele of artists who need to learn to be "the whole package."
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Lady Gaga explains that we are culture and are more valuable to the movement than "any single person that's in office."
"The best thing I can do is let the music speak for itself," says Lana Del Rey on the possibility of burning out.
They're Weezer-meets-Dixie Chicks with a nod to The Coors, and they're ready to get you good and rowdy at a show.
'...you have to sort through s--- to find the good stuff," she tells Billboard in an unclear metaphor.
' I never said anything that would point a finger in the specific direction of one specific person, and I can sleep at night knowing that,' she told GQ.
The couple known as Speidi said she tried to make it on the show as Heidi's stylist.
The 'How I Want Ya' breakout star told us about the making of his debut, working with Hailee Steinfeld and his plans for new tunes.
"I don't think of myself as a celebrity or think about making an impression," she says as she makes her way through her first United States tour. "I'm honest and I think that's what comes out in the songs."