There’s no disputing this Forbes article: Lady Gaga is the top-earning
woman in music. Racking up more than $90 million in earnings between
May 2010 and May 2011, Gaga is, as usual, setting herself far apart
from her …
Coming hot on the heels of a certain publication publishing its Person of the Year issue (read all about it here, folks!), Barbara Walters has given her two cents with her annual appraisal of the year that was.
And in a marked …
The singer brought some laughs, but primarily she just carried the tunes in a show that spoofed the past week in pop culture, from the critical pans of New Year’s Eve to Alec Baldwin’s American Airlines debacle. Here are the 5 …
Want to be popular online? Be infamous — or at least have cool apps.
Friday’s links talk unlikely sitcom stars and even more unlikely rappers.
Guess Katy’s tune about streaking, skinny-dipping, and having three-way sex didn’t go over so well in Beijing.
If Katy Perry is in the market for a lucky number, she could do worse than 66.
While most taxis supply their own music via the radio, cabbie Joel Laguido, 42, invites the Washington area to sing for him as he tours the streets of the nation’s capital.
The Smurfs are blue, but the producers are probably downright depressed.
No wonder Katy Perry sings about being a “California Gurl.” This year’s MTV Video Music Awards not only take place in Los Angeles, but Perry may well also dominate the night due to her nine nominations.
Every summer seems to have one: an anthem so embraced by the masses that it’ll be played over and over again until it feels as if the lyrics are encoded in your DNA. Sorry, but it’s pretty much unavoidable.
The screaming started before the show even began. The reason? An ad pushing the Glee app (as if NewsFeed doesn’t already consult it 24/7). Welcome to Glee in London.