Ariana Grande released her lyric video for new Christmas song, "Santa Tell Me," and it is just adorable.
The video shows fans a host of baby photos from Grande's childhood, and the snaps share very sweet moments between Grande and her family. Bette Midler may think the singer is all about using sex to sell her music, but this video is the furthest thing away from that and quite timely in its release.
Idina Menzel, who sang the smash hit "Let It Go" from the movie Frozen, is hitting the road in 2015. Starting July 7 in Richmond, Va., and continuing through Oct. 3, Menzel will play 39 dates across the United States.
Sky Ferreira refused to let her nerves get the best of Thursday evening in Los Angeles, despite several onstage acknowledgements that she was battling her anxiety. The 22-year-old singer, who released her debut album Night Time, My Time last year after excessive delays on the part of her record label Capitol, channeled the fear into an impressive and occasionally chaotic performance at the Belasco.
The Chopsticks Brothers may have been new to the American Music Awards audience when they took the stage Sunday night to accept the International Song Award for their viral track "Little Apple," but 1.4 billion people on the other side of the world have been unable to get their song out of their heads for the past six months.
At Sunday night's American Music Awards, you saw Selena Gomez bare her heart — and Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Lopez bare so much more — but there was plenty going on backstage at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater that didn't make it to your TV screens.
Although Selena Gomez is known for upbeat dance-pop hits like "Come & Get It" and "Love You Like a Love Song," the 22-year-old slowed down the tempo on the 2014 American Music Awardswith her personal new single "The Heart Wants What It Wants." The performance was part of a star-packed ceremony on Sunday night from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles.
5 Seconds of Summer had no problem getting the audience dancing during their performance during the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night.
Surprisingly, the Australian pop-punk band eschewed performing their hit "She Looks So Perfect," or their ballad "Amnesia," and instead treated fans to a fan favorite, a cover of The Romantics' 1979 hit "What I Like About You."
No offense to all the great performances at the 2014 American Music Awards, but everyone knows one of the best reasons to watch any awards show is for Taylor Swift. Whether she's performing, presenting, or just enthusiastically dancing in the audience, Swift always delivers -- and Sunday night's show was no exception.
The seemingly ageless star reminded everyone what she was famous for as she closed the American Music Awards on Sunday with her collaboration with Iggy Azalea, "Booty." Azalea would have stood out on her own, were that last performance not dominated by Lopez; instead, the performance became a reminder of the woman who originally brought backsides into the conversation on standards of beauty.