The 2014 MuchMusic Awards featured some of our favorite celebs rocking their best red carpet looks!
Ed Sheeran appeared on the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards tonight to perform 'Sing,' the hit single off his newly released album, 'x.'
When Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift exchanged Christmas gifts this year, they didn't just go for the traditional pair of socks (or worse: coal.) While Sheeran couldn't quite outdo the Drake-themed needlepoint she made for him, he still managed to get the 'Red' singer a pretty epic present.
Jacquie Lee performed 'Broken Ones' and talked with PopCrush about her music, meeting Ed Sheeran and hanging out with Christina Aguilera after 'The Voice.'
After weeks of voting and some insanely close races, we have finally crowned the PopCrush Prom King and Queen of 2014: Ed Sheeran and Demi Lovato!
In addition to her career as an incredibly successful and talented musician and singer/songwriter, Taylor Swift is basically a walking Pinterest board.
Here at PopCrush, we obsess over all things pop just as much as our readers do. Every week, you’ll be able to get to know us a little bit better as we gush about our personal favorite pop culture-related things at this very moment. Read on to find out what our editors are crushing on this week!
Happy weekend, PopCrushers! Start your Friday night off right with the latest installment of the PopCrush Mini-Mix, featuring remixed pop tracks from some of our favorite artists like Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Pharrell and more. Turn it up!
Ed Sheeran covers Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge series.
It's a battle of the Ed Sheeran collaborators! Both Demi Lovato and Hilary Duff recently revealed that they are working with the ginger-haired singer/songwriter on new tunes, and we couldn't be more excited. While we don't have too much intel on either collab as of now, we know that Sheeran's killer songwriting skills paired with either of these ladies' perfectly pop voices are bound to produce some pretty amazing tunes. Which collab are you most excited for?