Lovable 'Shots' enthusiast Redfoo of LMFAO is a huge fan of Far East Movement -- so much so that he remixed their latest hit, 'Live My Life.' (You know, that one featuring a hook by none other than some guy named Justin Bieber?) It looks like they're going to live their lives a little apologetically, since Redfoo is known to be sorry for party rocking.
The film adaptation of 'The Hunger Games' won't arrive in theaters for another couple of weeks, but Taylor Swift's contribution to the soundtrack, the Civil Wars-assisted ballad 'Safe & Sound,' is already a Top 30 hit -- and, as the below clip from one of Taylor's recent concerts proves, a singalong live favorite as well.
Demi Lovato is really making the rounds in support of her new single, the positive, dancey anthem 'Give Your Heart a Break.' The teen will appear on 'American Idol' next Thursday, March 15 at 8PM on FOX. She will perform her new hit song on the results/elimination episode. The crème de la crème usually performs on the Thursday episodes of 'Idol' all season long, so this is a big coup for Lovato.
Joe Jonas should have "Serial Dater of Super Hot Women" stamped on his business card, since he has become more famous for the women he dates than the music he has made during his brief solo career. We know, he has such problems, right? There's a thousand guys who would trade places with him. Now, the singer, who has dated Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato, to name a select few, is reportedly hooking up with Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal.
Despite having sold millions of records and winning countless numbers of awards, a pop star truly knows they have made it when they are able to launch their own perfume brand. In this reader's poll, fans will get to vote for their favorite pop star's perfume scent.
Everyone in the world has Bieber Fever -- and now its spread to athletes as well. Miami Marlins players Brian Petersen and Logan Morrison, affectionately dubbed Petey and LoMo, have been stricken with a case of Justin Bieber love, and they showed it beautifully and hilariously in a new video.
While it may not seem like such a big deal to Americans, for foreigners, breaking through in the U.S. music is one of the ultimate goals. The Wanted are doing just that, with their hit song 'Glad You Came' climbing the charts and bumping from radios nationwide. Nathan Sykes of the U.K. boy band recently spoke to PopCrush about what success in the U.S. means to the Wanted and how thankful they are for the support they've received from American fans.