A single singer impersonating various other voices is, like, all the rage on YouTube right now. We've had an off-Broadway talent channel everyone from Demi Lovato to Alanis Morrisette in one tune and a guy singing 'Let It Go' in the voices of various Disney-Pixar characters. Now enter YouTube star R…
Juan Pablo Galavis has drawn so much negative attention that even John Mayer is weighing in with his two cents! (Who knew he was a secret 'Bachelor' fan?) Mayer took to Instagram yesterday, March 12, to share with fans his complete facial analysis of Galavis, who has been labeled "…
Ouch! After Katy Perry went on an Aussie TV show to say that she pulled away from Miley Cyrus when the singer tried to slip her the tongue in their kiss-seen-round-the-world because "God knows where that tongue has been," Miley has retaliated, rather meanly, on Twitter.
When you're composing music, epic drops and awesome breaks usually translate to a big sounding track and most likely a hit. It's certainly two very important ingredients in EDM. However, for people who make music it takes on a totally different meaning in their personal life.
You love who you love, regardless of gender, skin color or religion. That should be the governing principle of life in general -- but it's most certainly the case in the song and video for the John Mayer and Katy Perry duet 'Who You Love.'
Even though Katy Perry's first marriage ended in divorce after only 14 months, the singer's relationship with reformed Lothario John Mayer is going so well (despite that hiccup this past spring), that sources say it's pretty certain that they will get engaged.
John Mayer loves Katy Perry -- and he also loves her massive new single, 'Roar.' The 'Paradise Valley' crooner couldn't stop bragging about his lady love's new song, as well as his collaboration with her, 'Who You Love.'