When Taylor Swift puts out a song, everyone has an opinion: The music critic, the die-hard fan, the hater (who's gonna hate, hate hate) -- and yes, the person who inspired the track.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge campaign to raise money for ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), or Lou Gehrig's disease, is still a tour de force. The ALS Association revealed on Tuesday, Aug. 26, that the organization has received $88.5 million in donations in regards to the viral social media campaign.
For today's roundup, we take a look at videos posted by Leonardo DiCaprio; Matt Damon; John Mayer; Scotty McCreery; Henry Cavill and Amy Adams; Courteney Cox; and Lena Headey, Kit Harington and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau of 'Game of Thrones
Taylor Swift and John Mayer were spotted dining at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood.
John Mayer was asked by TMZ on the idea that his ex Katy Perry will be writing songs about him. "You're supposed to write songs. You're just not supposed to tell everyone you're doing it."
John Mayer surprised audiences on his Australian tour by performing an unexpected cover of Beyonce’s love song ‘XO.’ The singer and his fans enjoyed the performance so much that he just released a studio recording on iTunes.
The 2014 Made in America Festival Philadelphia lineup has officially been announced -- and Kanye West, Kings of Leon and Pharrell are among the biggest names on the list.
Both Ed Sheeran and John Mayer are known for their killer vocals and their expertise on the guitar, melting hearts everywhere with their keen musicianship and that insane ability to turn songs completely on their heads -- an amazing talent they both showed with their separate covers of two different Beyonce tunes. While the redheaded Brit opted for 'Drunk in Love,' Mayer chose to debut his own version of 'XO.' Which musician covers Beyonce best?
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.'