Break out the tissues, because this video will hurt your heart and make you realize the power of the human spirit at the same time. Jason Derulo, Jason Mraz, Sara Bareilles and many more lent their time, their voices and their faces to a montage video for 'Clouds,' a song penned by a terminal cancer patient.
Even though Michael Buble has the No. 1 album in the country right now, he is still no match for Kelly Clarkson. The 'I'll Be Home for Christmas' singer overtook the Canadian crooner in an overwhelming defeat yesterday, winning more than 80% of the fan votes. Now, Clarkson will take on another female musician, piano-playing songstress Sara Bareilles.
It seems like everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit these days and Sara Bareilles wants to join the holiday party! She tweeted that she'll be releasing her Christmas song titled, 'Love is Christmas,' along with the single artwork. And just to give you fair warning, the single cover features a mini-version of Sara herself. Jay Sean was welcoming Busta Rhymes to the Young Money family as the hip-hop legend recently signed with Lil Wayne's label. Pink was telling parents and kids alike to go out and see the sequel to Happy Feet and Christina Milian was on set at The Voice tweeting about how amazing Adam Levine is, not that we needed reminding. Pia Toscano was sick in bed hoping for a marathon of 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' (aren't we all?) and fellow Idol-er Casey Abrams was as giddy as a school girl after being tweeted by a big name. Weird Al learned a lesson in Zen from Beyonce and Wiz Khalifa was having a proud moment after seeing girlfriend Amber Rose in her new Smirnoff commercial. See what your favorite stars were chirping about today!
Sara Bareilles is notorious for slamming the airwaves with irresistibly catchy love tunes, but as of late, she's been popping out addicting music videos to match. The 'Uncharted' hitmaker channels 'Grease' in her new dance-happy 'Gonna Get Over You' video, which was directed by funny man Jonah Hill.
Don't let the picture above fool you. Despite the fact that Sara Bareilles posted this angry-looking pic to Twitter with the message "Not having any fun. F--k @JonahHill," we know she loves Jonah Hill. So much in fact, that she is taking direction from the 'Superbad' actor/comedian on the set of her newest video for 'Gonna Get Over You.'
'Love Song' and 'Uncharted' hitmaker Sara Bareilles performed right before the mobile stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair on Saturday, Aug. 13, only narrowly averting what turned out to be a major tragedy. Five people were killed and another 40 were injured out of a crowd of roughly 12,000 fans who were waiting to see country duo Sugarland perform.