Are Taylor Swift and Lorde the sweetest or are they the sweetest? After the New Zealand singer revealed the song she wrote for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, T-Swizzle posted a photo on her Instagram saying she's proud of her. Lorde later posted a screengrab of the photo and revealed the story behind the songwriting process that happened: "This girl was the first person I played 'Yellow Flicker Beat' to, and she was instantly obsessed with it/would make me play it to our other friends in her kitchen like a proud mom. In return, I make her put on my favourite jams from her new record and flail around wildly/smile like a crazy person. It's the coolest thing in the world having friends who make incredible music AND having them cheering you on when it's time for your own to be released. So pumped for them to hear 1989. #iheartswift" How sweet!
This is what your teeny bopper dreams are made of: Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato's performing the song "This Is Me" from the Disney original movie Camp Rock. The good news? Demi and Joe reunited recently during her concert in Los Angeles where the 2 made the crowd go totes cray! We can't blame them. We'd probably feel the same. Watch the video below now!
SM Entertainment has finally broken their silence about the rumors that Jessica has been dropped from Korean girl group, Girls' Generation. The agency said in their statement, "in the midst of insufficient negotiations regarding conflicts of differences in priorities and interest, Jessica started her fashion business. Due to this, despite ongoing talks, it has come to a point where the team could not be maintained." Read the entire statement here.
After the release of One Direction's latest single, "Steal My Girl," from their upcoming album Four, the band is facing another controversy. Paramore's Hayley Williams brought to Twitter her thoughts about the similarities of 1D's latest single to New Found Glory's "It's Not Your Fault" which was released in 2006. We linked the 2 songs below so you can listen for yourselves. What do you think, Candy Girls?
Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B just revealed its first teaser today. After changing its main star from Zendaya Coleman to Alexandra Shipp, the Lifetime film is finally pushing through. Take a look at the first teaser below. It's a little creepy, actually, because Alexandra did great at channeling the late Aaliyah who passed away in a 2001 plane crash at the age of 21.
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