Where there are lots famous people, you bet your sweet behind there will be some feuds. With all that ego flying around, big heads are bound to start butting.
Justin Bieber lyrics, thus far in the singer's career, are definitely meant to speak to his young and largely female fanbase. His music is filled with easy to remember A-B-A-B rhyme schemes and phrases that make the Beliebers shriek, since they sound like something he could would sing to them.
While everyone has their own weird little ticks, like biting your finger nails down to nothing or chewing with your mouth wide open, the length of these annoying habits is far more wide-reaching in the world of celebrities, given that they're so in the spotlight.
It's hard to believe it's been more than a decade since Alicia Keys songs first started making their rounds on the radio.
The songstress first burst on the scene in 2001 at the tender age of 20, but her age belied her talent and skill. She could tickle the ivories like a seasoned veteran, and her voice was that of an old soul. Keys channeled what felt like lifetimes of emotion into her mix of R&B, neo soul, blues, funk and jazz, thus creating her very own unique blend.
In recent years, the pop culture institution of 'Saturday Night Live' has invited more pop artists to appear on the show, not just as musical guests, but also as hosts. The best 'SNL' skits featuring pop stars include memorable moments in which Bruno Mars became a human karaoke machine, Justin Bieber played a diehard Miley Cyrus fan, and Taylor Swift mocked a very mockable celebrity.
Pink songs stand in a category all their own, since the singer herself differentiates greatly from her pop peers. Pink doesn't need to pout or get all breathy in her songs, since she's already sexy. She's a heat-seeking missile more interested in the mess and the fallout, rather than a singer striving for pop perfection. Pink's edges are rough and frayed, her emotion always in your face. But most importantly, the woman born Alecia Beth Moore in the Philadelphia suburbs can sing. Oh, can she sing.