Zach Sobiech defied a cancer diagnosis to pen the inspirational anthem “Clouds,” generating a star-studded tribute video and a spot high on next week’s Hot 100.
A few days before Christmas, Demi Lovato took to Twitter to give a heads up that she’d be releasing a tribute to the families and victims of the Newtown, CT shooting on Christmas Eve. Releasing something […]
Everyone wants to Tweet with @MarsCuriosity — most of all pop stars.
Everything’s coming up 1D. The guys play a surprise performance in London, get parodied in tribute to the US women’s gymnastics team and get a surprisingly beautiful piano treatment.
She was handpicked by director Danny Boyle, the architect behind the opening ceremonies, to perform a tribute to “mortality” that was interpreted by many to be in honor of the 7/7 London terror victims. NBC instead aired an interview of swimmer Michael Phelps by Ryan Seacrest.
Allow us to introduce Ton-Do Nyguen, a 16-year-old Beyonce fanatic and the best thing on YouTube since the Overly Attached Girlfriend.
When the Chili Peppers were formed back in 1983, Brenden Mullen was busy booking bands at Hollywood’s most eclectic venues. Now he is the inspiration behind the most heartfelt song on the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ latest album.
On Friday, news broke of the Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch’s passing after a difficult battle with cancer. Within minutes of the announcement, the Internet was a blaze with thoughts and sentiments from fans and celebrities about one of entertainment’s most incredible trailblazers.
Graduation day is looming and the students of McKinley High are struggling to say goodbye. Luckily, they’ve got the songs of Whitney Houston to help them through.
The episode dedicated to the late singer features seven of her classics including “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” and “So Emotional.” Blaine (Darren Criss) confronts his boyfriend, Kurt (Chris Colfer) with a version of “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” that could have been remixed by David Guetta. Kurt on the other hand takes on the ballad, “I Have Nothing,” staying true to the original. And with their relationships on the line, Mercedes (Amber Riley), Santana (Naya Rivera), Kurt, and Rachel (Lea Michele) take to the halls for an a capella rendition of “How Will I Know” to figure out if he does, in fact, really love them.
[photogallerylink id=38394 align=right] In a rather odd, fitting, yet sad twist of fate, hit television show Glee had already planned to do an emotional cover of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Dolly Parton[/lastfm]‘s song “I Will Always Love You,” […]