The Wanted are proving to be an unstoppable force in PopCrush's weekly Sound Off series! After a heated battle and thousands of votes, the British quintet's smash hit 'Glad You Came' beat out Katy Perry's new single 'Part of Me' with more than 53% of fan votes. Now, this week, the Wanted will take on fellow U.K. star Adele and her brand-new '21' single 'Rumour Has It.'
The trappings of being the most famous singer in the world are catching up to Adele and she's not going to take it or allow her good name and image to be sullied.
The singer has quickly launched a lawsuit against French magazine Public after it published photos that it claims were taken from a sex tape featuring the the six-time 2012 Grammy Award winner.
Take a deep breath, Adele fans. Yes, she's taking a break after her triumphant, Grammy-sweeping year, but it looks like that whole "five-year break" thing was some sort of misunderstanding: According to Adele's latest website update, she's due to return to the studio in the very near future.
In her chat with '60 Minutes,' music's favorite diva Adele gushed that she is madly in love with her new beau Simon Konecki and nothing, not even scooping up two armfuls of Grammys (going six-for-six in a sweep), can get in the way of Adele's romantic happiness moving forward. Even if that means giving fans the silent treatment for several years. Adele? Going silent? Again? Say it ain't so!
Much is made about the fact that Adele is a singer as opposed to a pop star. She doesn't want the trappings of pop stardom or desire to be waif thin. She isn't interested creating a gimmick. It's all about her voice and her songs.
But that doesn't mean that she can't or doesn't enjoy dressing up in priceless couture for the cover of the March 2012 issue of Vogue.
Twitter was a-buzz tonight with music fans all over the world chirping up a storm about both their favorite and most dreaded moments of the 2012 Grammys! Most fans enjoyed the Beach Boys reunion with Maroon 5 and Foster the People, while Twitter critics agreed Nicki Minaj's performance went a little too left of center for their tastes.
Team Breezy got Chris Brown's name trending after his win for Best R&B Album, and fans also commented on Taylor Swift's 'Mean' performance. But no one had more Twitter hype than the Grammy's leading lady, Adele! Considering she won every major award, there were no shortage of tweets regarding the songstress. And it was agreed upon among all tweeters, that Jennifer Hudson knocked the tribute to Whitney Houston out of the park. Read Twitter reactions from viewers like you!