The nominees for the 2014 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor gave a wide range of performances, from dramatic to comedic. The contenders for this year's award are Barkhad Abdi, Bradley Cooper, Michael Fassbender, Jonah Hill and Jared Leto. With so many talented candidates in the category, who do you think should win the Academy Award?
Lea Michele is on a roll. Her 'Cannonball' has decimated everything in its way in the last three Pop Clash battles. This week, she hopes to extend her reign for a fourth week, which would earn her a spot in the Pop Clash Hall of Fame. But she's got some work to do before she gets there and she has a huge hurdle in front of her in the form of Timeflies.
The 2014 Academy Awards season is in full swing! As we count down to the awards, we're taking a look at the contenders for Best Actor.
There's no such thing as a "sure thing" in the PopCrush Top 10 Video Countdown. Just ask this week's newest contenders!
We follow our fave celebs on Instagram and retweet their wittiest sentiments because we're not-so-secretly hoping they'll decide to make us their best friend. Two stars who we would love be BFFs with are Emma Roberts and Anna Kendrick.
One of the most exciting aspects of a film is when one of our favorite singers pens a track to accompany it. The 2014 Grammy for Best Song Written for Visual Media honors the best of these contributions.
Some of 2013's best music was a result of musical superpowers joining forces. If one hit-maker can produce an amazing track, two or more hit-makers is an almost guaranteed recipe for success. The Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance honors such collaborations.
This week's Pop Clash finds two dark-haired TV beauties with musical careers going head-to-head, voice-to-voice. The lovely Lea Michele emerged the victor last week with her debut solo single 'Cannonball' beating that other "baller" track -- Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball.' Before that, Miss Lea Michele beat out former 'High School Musical' star Ashley Tisdale.