On tonight’s episode (April 18) of ‘American Idol,’ the Top 7 (since Jessica Sanchez earned the sole season save) performed a modern hit and a throwback classic from the soul era. Each singer performed twice, showing off different sides of their sonic personalities as the season starts to
Britney Spears may or may not be a judge on ‘X Factor,’ as rumors abound that she remains knee- deep in negotiations for the gig. But she is indeed the face of Hasbro’s Twister Dance. The ‘Criminal’ singer confirmed she would be partnering with the game earlier this winter. Now, she has generously shared photos from the shoot, baring her taut, toned bod. Brit is looking as good as she has in years.
Adam Levine and his girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna broke up earlier this month, with the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model announcing it to the press immediately after it happened. Turns out the singer / ‘Voice‘ coach was totally blindsided by the split, even more so when Anne V started talking to the media about it.
One-time couple Drake and Rihanna cuddle up in his new video for ‘Take Care,’ the title track from his latest and greatest. Drizzy and RiRi certainly look the part of their once and former status. It’s stark and simple video, featuring two of the hottest pop stars around embracing tenderly, while the camera then pans through images of snow-covered mountains, raging fires, exotic-looking birds, swimming fish and angry, snorting bulls. It intimates that love and attraction can be natural, primal and animalistic.
Adele covers the music issue of Entertainment Weekly aka EW, which just landed on stands. There’s really no better choice of artist to grace the cover of this themed issue, since Adele is the best-selling and most critically adored artist of the past decade, if not longer. In an age where CD and overall music sales are sagging like a pair of trousers with rocks in them, Adele is selling millions of records.
On tonight’s episode of ‘American Idol,’ the Top 8 tackled the ’80s. While the ’80s is a fun decade, full of excess and larger-than-life-ness, the Idols focused on the ballad side of the spectrum. Again, it was a little snoozy, with slow song after slow song. The producers wisely paired the contestants up for duets that were sprinkled throughout the individual perfs, to add some life and livelihood to the proceedings.
Here is your PopCrush recap on how the Idols had their way with the ’80s.
Whitney Houston‘s final autopsy report has been published and more sad and tragic details have emerged. While the death was ruled an accident, it was also revealed that the singer was found face down in the bathtub of her Los Angeles hotel room, with a “bloody purge” coming from her nose. Houston died on Feb. 11, 2012.
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