The shots Dr. Luke and Kesha are taking at each other come as no surprise. Whether the statements in her lawsuit are true or false doesn't even matter, because the truth is, this shit really does happen.
We've been playing He Said, She Said since the beginning of time. The serpent tricks Eve into eating fruit from the forbidden tree, Adam blames Eve, and then God punishes everyone. There you have it — it was all Eve's fault.
Taylor Swift's been making a buzz with her 1989 "secret sessions" fan-only listening parties, previewing her new album more than a month before it hits stores.
She and her Swifties have revealed little about these events, still, other than that the fans were hand-selected and invited to meet at a location, from which they were then bussed to one of her homes. This happened in Los Angeles, New York City, Nashville, Rhode Island and London.
Rape, verbal and physical abuse, indentured servitude and mental torment were but a few of the allegations put forth in a lawsuit filed by pop singer Kesha against hit songwriter-producer Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) on Oct. 13 in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Taylor Swift's latest commercial for Diet Coke features a clip of a new, unreleased song from her upcoming album 1989. The singer tweeted a link to the video, saying, "Behold, the Diet Coke ad that depicts my perfect world. Featuring a new song and Olivia, who is now a cat actress."
Remember "Because I Got High," Afroman's 2001 smash about failing to clean his room and graduate high school while managing to lose his wife and children and start sleeping on the sidewalk just because he, you know, got high? Some of you probably (cough) don't, but that's OK. About 13 years later, the Cali rapper has remixed his paean to the pitfalls of smoking weed for a new, worthy cause: marijuana legalization.
Britney Spears'Britney: Piece of Me opened in December 2013 at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino's AXIS Theater in Las Vegas. The original deal was for a two-year run, which would've concluded in December 2015.
Taylor Swift is setting her sights on a West Coast and East Coast takeover in anticipation of the release for her fifth album, 1989.
The 24-year-old singer will close down Hollywood Boulevard on Thursday, Oct. 23, for a specialoutdoor concert performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which tapes next to the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Swift will also be panel guest on the ABC late-night show.
"Out Of The Woods," the second song released from Taylor Swift's upcoming 1989 album, is an epic synth-pop anthem straight from the decade from which the country-pop superstar's new full-length takes its title. The new song gets its technicolor shine in part from co-writer/co-producer Jack Antonoff, the fun. guitarist and Bleachers mastermind who told Billboard hours before the track's release on Monday night (Oct. 13) that he and Swift bonded over '80s films before they started working together on 1989.