This is it: our last showdown in our 80s edition of our Greatest Pop Video of the Modern Era! So, who's it gonna be: Cyndi Lauper or A-Ha??
Our first two winners battle it out in the semi-finals! So are you looking for a thrill or just to have a little fun?
Our quest to determine the greatest pop video of the modern era has begun — and it's starting with a classic pop 'rivalry.'
Come to understand the touch of your hand with these ten pop anthems about self-love.
Viewers knew that the last-ever episode of the critically acclaimed 'Colbert Report' would be epic, but few could get exactly how epic.
Check out the exclusive premiere of Lord Warddd's funky remix of Cyndi Lauper's classic 'Time After Time.'
Sara Bareilles and Cyndi Lauper have collaborated with 'Today' show co-host Hoda Kotb to release a music video called 'Truly Brave' to raise money for pediatric cancer. The song is a lyrical mashup of Lauper's '1986 hit with Bareilles' 2013 single.
It's a battle for the best song of the 1980s, as Michael Jackson's 'Billie Jean' takes on Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' in our March Music Madness tournament. They topped tunes from Madonna, Prince, U2, Paula Abdul, Bon Jovi and Janet Jackson to face off for the title of Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era.
Here's what Bon Jovi's 'Livin' on a Prayer' and Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' have in common: Both still retain the magical ability to immediately transport listeners to the mid-'80s -- and both have moved on to the second round of our March Music Madness competition! Our search for the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era pits a pair of very different artists against each other with their (also very different) signature songs
We're trying to find out what you think is the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era, PopCrushers. This bout of March Music Madness brings us two '80s ladies at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of music and style: Cyndi Lauper and Paula Abdul. Both made big splashes with their debut albums and both peaked with signature hits off of those albums -- but that's where the similarities end.