Katy Perry has become a fashion icon since emerging on the scene and exploding into the mainstream consciousness in 2008. She's rocked every look (and hair color) under the sun, going from girlish and flirty to glammed out to candy-coasted to rocker chic to custom couture, changing her look to suit her whims and moods.
For 'Gettin' That' singer B. Smyth, football reigns supreme. So do sneakers. And gaming! Don't forget cooking, either. Those are just a few things we learned about the artist when he agreed to submit to PopCrush's patented 10 Things You Didn't Know interview.
Pop stars and celebs often boast hair colors that aren't their own and that aren't found in nature, or they play with the many colors of the rainbow. They have armies of stylists at their disposal, so they can experiment, indulging every follicular whim. It had us scratching our heads and wondering about their natural hair color. What shades were they born with?
Eminem's videos are always as vivid and as visceral as the rhymes he spits. He is usually featured prominently in every clip and his intense, expressive eyes are usually one of the most arresting things about his videos. But Em's videos often feel like mini movies, as well, advancing a narrative in under six minutes and leaving a mark.
Supergroups are incredibly common in the rock genre, but not so much in pop music. In the pop world, it's all about features and guest spots on single songs, whereas rockers often make whole albums. Regardless, we took it upon ourselves to create and mastermind 10 Awesomely Awkward Supergroups -- since we're good like that.
Every high school has its archetypes and cliques. The jocks. The cheerleaders. The stoners. The mathletes. The nerds. The ragers. The theater and art kids. Some are peeps you remember well. Others fade into the halls of your memory. Lady Gaga and Nicky Hilton can never forget one another. Neither can Adele and Jessie J, since they attended the same high school!
Mayday Parade released their new album 'Monsters in the Closet' this week (get it on iTunes here, or at Target for $7.99 for a limited time), and they will be hitting the road to headline the Glamour Kills Tour, which runs through November. If you are not yet familiar with the boys, well, allow PopCrush to make the introduction for you.