Excuse us while we pinch ourselves, because we still can't believe that this actually happened. Just in case you thought that Brad Pitt was only in New Orleans to bro out with Matthew McConaughey, he was actually there to host the Make It Right Gala, a charitable organization that helps to build homes to those in need. And in addition to his hosting responsibilities, he also shared some serious stage time with Bruno Mars for a cover of James Brown's 'Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine'.
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For Mother's Day today, several of our favorite stars -- including Demi Lovato, Channing Tatum, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Lucy Hale, Kim Kardashian -- tweeted Happy Mother's Day wishes to their moms and moms around the world, and also shared some private photos with their moms. Here are some of our favorites:
Crank up the volume and roll down the windows, PopCrushers, because the weekend is finally here! Whether you're getting ready to go out for a night on the town, or just want to dance around the house in pajamas, we have the perfect mix to get your Friday night started.
A single singer impersonating various other voices is, like, all the rage on YouTube right now. We've had an off-Broadway talent channel everyone from Demi Lovato to Alanis Morrisette in one tune and a guy singing 'Let It Go' in the voices of various Disney-Pixar characters. Now enter YouTube star Roomie, who impersonates everyone from Adam Levine to Fall Out Boy in his new video, 'One Guy, 14 Voices.'
In Round 1 of March Music Madness, Adele's 'Someone Like You' dominated over Lorde's 'Royals,' gaining 70.25% of votes, while Bruno Mars' 'Just the Way You Are' beat out Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' with 72.43% of votes. Now, the two songs are battling it out in Round 2 of the competition. Which tune is more iconic and deserving of being called the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?
In this pop star face-off, we're pitting crooner Bruno Mars against the smooth-talking (er, singing) Robin Thicke. Bruno cemented his place in pop music history with his Grammy Award-winning 'Just the Way You Are,' while Robin's unforgettable 'Blurred Lines' was undoubtedly the feel-good song of the summer. Which song is better deserving of the title of Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?