We all know Beyonce has a rather, shall we say, contentious relationship with photographers.
Her publicist famously asked news outlets and photo agencys to remove all unflattering photos of Queen B, so it should come as no surprise to us that Bey has banned any professional photographers from snapping photos at The Mrs. Carter Show tour.
Wango Tango 2013 is right around the corner, and KIIS FM in Los Angeles is busting out the biggest names in pop for their lineup. Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, Demi Lovato, Fall Out Boy and Flo Rida are just a few of the artists on the bill for the May 11th concert, with all of the most popular genres receiving some sort of representation. So, out of the 13 acts set to perform, which one has you the most excited?
Even if it didn't include a ton of eclectic guest performers, Daft Punk's upcoming 'Random Access Memories' would be one of the spring's most hotly anticipated albums. That being said, it obviously doesn't hurt that the new record finds the duo working with stars like Pharrell Williams -- who recently treated an audience to his first-ever live performance of their collaboration, 'Get Lucky.'
Weekend 2 of Coachella ran from April 19 through April 21, and despite the largely alt-leaning nature of the event, held in the desert of Indio, Calif., a few of your favorite pop stars found their way onto the stage, like 2 Chainz and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz and Janelle Monae, among others.
If you've never seen the movie 'This Is Spinal Tap,' then Fall Out Boy's performance of 'My Songs Know What You Did on 'Conan' last night probably made little-to-no-sense to you. The Chicago band recreated a scene from the 1984 mockumentary when the Spinal Tap bassist, played by Harry Shearer, got trapped in a theatrical pod that the band was using on stage.