Lady Gaga closed this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas last night. The Pop superstar was introduced by Justin Timberlake and was joined onstage by the legendary Sting! She performed her back catalogue of hits from her debut album and current record, “Born This Way”. Click under the cut for more live performances from Gaga.
Kelly Rowland is currently on the Chris Brown F.A.M.E. tour in the US. She was papped backstage with her friends, Jennifer Hudson & Michelle Williams. All three ladies looked super hot. Click under the cut for a video of Kelly performing her smash hit, “Motivation” on the tour.
Best friends, Katy Perry & Rihanna went head to head in Brazil last night as they both performed at the opening night of The Rock In Rio Festival. The popstars gave it their all as they performed their back catalogue of hits infront of the South American crowd.
Check out the video for Dionne Bromfield‘s ‘Ouch‘, the lead track from the upcoming movie ‘Demons Never Die’. The new mix features Mz Bratt while Kiss Ass star Chloe Moretz makes an appearance in the vid. The single is released on October 17th with the film following closely on October 28th. Demons Never Die stars Robert Sheehan and Tulisa Contostavlos and the official soundtrack features the likes of Jessie J, Devlin, Ellie Goulding and Rizzle Kicks.
“I am starting my company, my label. I want to create a boy band,” B told the AP. “I want to continue to produce and do documentaries and music videos. I eventually want to start directing for other artists. Once I know that I have my stuff together and I trust that, I can do it for other artists.”
Pepsi have re-branded their most famous adverts featuring Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Britney Spears and Mariah Carey. The huge mish-mash promo will premiere during the airing of The X-Factor USA later tonight and ends with the tagline “Where there’s Pepsi, there’s music” running alongside its main themeline, “Refresh Everything.”
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