She’s had to deal with a lot of personal challenges over the last couple of years — especially for someone so young — but in her darkest moments, Demi Lovato has been impressively honest about her struggles.
The multiplatinum trio have joined the Show Your Hearts campaign, a charity drive to support three children who were involved in a July 3 car accident that claimed the lives of their parents and left two of the siblings paralyzed.
If you’ve been impatiently waiting for 50 Cent’s new album to drop, he feels your pain. In fact, as he demonstrated during a recent Twitter rant, he’s ready to give up on his longtime label, Interscope — and maybe quit making records altogether.
50′s outburst was triggered by Interscope’s decision to delay the long-in-the-works project, which he’s been tinkering with for over a year. “Man I’m not releasing album I can’t believe interscope is this f—– up right now. I apologize to all my fans,” he wrote. He added, “I will work with other artist on there projects but I will not put out another album. They dropped the ball with me one time many.”
If you’ve ever wondered what Justin Bieber‘s head would look like if it were made of solid gold, this is your lucky day. At great cost and presumably over the course of many hours they will never get back, a team of 10 artists has produced one of the oddest sculptures you’re ever likely to see — a golden Bieber head.
Released on Tuesday, with the video making its official debut on E! Wednesday, ‘Skyscraper’ represents Lovato’s return to music after a two-year layoff. Her last full-length album, ‘Here We Go Again,’ was released in July of 2009, spinning off a top 40 single with the title track.
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).
With 3.5 million copies sold and chart-topping radio play around the world, Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ is arguably the song of 2011. You just can’t escape it these days — not even if you’re in the audience for a Linkin Park concert.
At a recent fan club show, band members Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda unveiled their unplugged version of ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ stripping it down to acoustic guitar and vocals. It offered not only a new take on the song, but a rarely seen side of Linkin Park, a band that has sold more than 50 million units (and won a pair of Grammys) on the strength of its loud, rap-tinged brand of rock.
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