Pharrell Williams and his trusty Mounties-style caps are surrounded by a bunch of beauties in his video for 'Marilyn Monroe.' Seriously, the video is populated by some majorly stunning female specimens. They all have their own unique looks, styles and features, but one thing is for sure. They all look good.
Miley Cyrus has been quiet and out of the headlines lately, focusing on getting better since announcing that she had to postpone the last few dates on her Bangerz Tour while battling an allergic reaction to medication to treat her flu and sinus symptoms. Well, we have good news! Miley has left the hospital.
Katy Perry is no stranger to adopting hysterical personas for her music videos (remember Kathy Beth Terry from 'Last Friday Night'?), but she has gone all out in the vid for her latest single, 'Birthday.' While the lyric video was sugary sweet, this video is anything but, featuring Perry as five different party personalities all pranking a wide range of birthday parties.
Canadian angst queen Avril Lavigne has been dealing with lots of flack and criticism over her 'Hello Kitty' video. In fact, the hashtag #avrilracist became a thing on Twitter yesterday (April 23), prompting the singer to respond with tweets of her own, addressing the fans that called her video "racist" for its depictions.
Time Magazine has carefully selected 100 of the most influential people in the world for their upcoming iconic issue, but it is Mrs. Carter -- Beyonce herself -- who has graced the cover, looking just as gorgeous as ever in a white two-piece with a sheer overlay in the black-and-white shot.
Justin Bieber more than made up for his cultural gaffe earlier this week, where he labeled a controversial Japanese war shrine a "blessing," sparking the ire of fans. The Biebs did good when he visited a Japanese orphanage and played with the kids. Additionally, he saw his Miami trial delayed until the summer.