It's on! With Lea Michele's 'Cannonball' retired to the Pop Clash Hall of Fame after notching four wins, we had to come up with a juicy battle for this new round of Pop Clash. We've made it a battle of the divas, with Beyonce's Jay Z-assisted and intoxicating 'Drunk in Love' (from her surprise self-titled fifth album) going mano y mano with Shakira's new hit, 'Can't Remember to Forget You,' which has an added dose of diva, thanks its feature from Rihanna.
The concept of Shakira and Rihanna on one song suggests something very specific – infinite hotness. For 'Can't Remember to Forget You,' Shakira's first single from her forthcoming studio album, out March 25, she recruited Rihanna to feature on a song they co-wrote with a team.
Shakira covers the February issue of Glamour, her beautiful face framed by a big mess of beachy waves. She also reveals that she no longer feels the pressure to be skinny and that she found working with Rihanna to be heaven on earth.
Season 5 of 'The Voice' wrapped last night (Dec. 17), with original coaches Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera returning to their big red chairs after sitting out Season 4 with Usher and Shakira in their stead. Well, it's once again Cee Lo and Xtina out and Usher Raymond and Shakira in for Season 6.
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