While fans mainly go for the live music and overall experience, big productions like that of Taylor Swift's Red tour, Pink's Truth About Love tour, Rihanna's Diamonds tour, and Beyonce's Mrs. Carter tour also have some sizzling sights to behold. For instance, these ladies all wear a variety of insanely ornate getups while belting out their hits on stage -- here, we've selected one of our favorite costumes from each of the aforementioned divas, and we want to know whose tour ensemble you are digging the most.
Taylor Swift crashed the wedding of Cece and Shivrang on tonight's (May 14) season finale of Fox's 'The New Girl,' titled 'Elaine's Big Day.' While a badger got loose in the air ducts, making for a silly and fun subplot, Swift turned out to be the other woman and much more fun than the critter.
Miley Cyrus' Smilers are a dedicated bunch, but Cyrus doesn't want them to get so fiercely loyal that they begin threatening other pop stars.
Unfortunately, Cyrus has had to deal with threats from fans of fellow former Disney star Selena Gomez and Gomez's bestie, Taylor Swift. The 'Ashtrays and Heartbreaks' hook girl is begging her fans to not stoop to the level that a few bad apples from the Selenators and Swifties have.
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift's duet, 'Everything Has Changed,' is slated to be Swift's next single from 'Red.' The track is already a fan favorite, but it's not the only collaboration the tourmates have done together. Sheeran revealed there are more duets on the horizon -- and on his phone!
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.
The 2013 Met Gala (aka the Met Ball) was last night (May 6) in NYC, and plenty of pop stars were in attendance, turning heads in an array of beautiful (and sadly, some questionable) gowns. The theme was 'Punk: Chaos to Couture,' and many A-listers interpreted it quite literally, like Miley Cyrus, while others, such as Madonna and Gwen Stefani, played with the concept. Standouts, for better or worse, included Beyonce (in Givenchy); Taylor Swift (in J. Mendel); and Katy Perry, who wore a crown with Dolce & Gabbana.