With four number one singles from ‘Teenage Dream’ — ‘Firework,’ ‘E.T.,’ ‘California Gurls,’ and the title track — Katy’s one hit away from reaching Michael Jackson’s record for most chart-toppers from an album — and her latest single, ‘Last Friday Night (TGIF),’ is poised to take her the rest of the way.
Cher’s musical career has been fairly low profile since she scored a massive late ’90s hit with ‘Believe,’ but her influence continues to be felt in the larger-than-life style of many younger artists — including Lady Gaga, who’s planning to acknowledge that debt with a duet that just might melt the dance floor.
They’re teaming up to record ‘The Greatest Thing,’ a song Gaga offered Cher for her upcoming album.
Turns out that aside from his budding career as a film star — which is soaring as he takes a hiatus from his career as a multiplatinum recording artist — Justin Timberlake is also working with Specific Media, the company that just picked up MySpace for $35 million in cash and equity (a steep drop from the $580 million that Fox paid in 2005).
Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift lead the pack, with five and six nominations, respectively. Other stars boasting multiple nods — drawn across the pop culture spectrum, including movies, music, television, fashion, and sports — are Justin Bieber, Adele, Lady Gaga, and Eminem.
Take a look at the list of music nominees below, then read the full list at the Teen Choice Awards website — and mark your calendar for August 7, when this year’s winners will be announced.
Ah, Prince. Whether he’s changing his name to a symbol, scrawling slogans on his face, threatening to sue his fans, or publicly daydreaming about a world in which no one is allowed to cover his songs, he’s always good for a provocative quote or two.
His latest interview, with the UK’s Guardian, didn’t disappoint.
Before they were judges on NBC’s hit singing competition series ‘The Voice,’ Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera were chart-topping singers — and they teamed up to return to their roots Tuesday night, with a performance of their collaborative new single, ‘Moves Like Jagger.’
Maroon 5 took the stage first, with Levine fronting the band for the first half of the uptempo song, before Aguilera — wearing a low-cut T-shirt emblazoned with ‘BOYS’ and sporting pink streaks in her hair — strutted on to join them for the big finish.
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