Interviews - Page 6
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.'
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!
Meeting the Vamps is probably just like you'd imagine it would be, but better: awesome, memorable and ridiculous (in a good way). When PopCrush sat down to chat with Bradley, James, Tristan and Connor at their record label's office while they were in town for a New York gig, we literally had to stifle laughter as they answered our questions, since this was all being filmed and we didn't want to mess up the sound on the video. This was not easy. These guys were in a loopy mood.
Confession: We've had 5 Seconds of Summer's 'She Looks So Perfect' music video on repeat for a few weeks now. However, we were willing to pause the ridiculously catchy track long enough to talk to guitarist Michael "Mikey" Clifford and drummer Ashton Irwin.
When Jennifer Lopez starts talking about about a "turning point" in her life, you listen. It's easy to assume that the girl who went from being just Jenny from a Bronx block to a straight-up global superstar (with a successful career in singing, dancing, acting, 'American Idol' judging -- and the list goes on) has got everything figured out. But, as it turns out, even JLo has room to learn from life experiences.
Years ago, if you would have asked Neon Trees' Tyler Glenn what he wanted to be when he grew up, his answer would not have been a musician.
The singer confesses to PopCrush he told teachers and other adults that he wanted to be a journalist -- and he even wrote for the school paper! "Now that I get to do this, I'm not going to leave until someone drags me out," he says with a smile. "It's too much fun."