Katy Perry has done the seemingly impossible and matched Michael Jackson’s staggering record of achieving 5 #1 songs from one album on the Billboard chart. Perry achieved the feat with her latest release, “Last Friday Night”, thus making her the first female AND second artist to achieve this in the 53 yr history of the chart.
Her second album, “Teenage Dream” now joins Michael Jackson’s “Bad” album to officially garner 5 Number 1′s.
Michael Jackson’s oldest son, Prince Jackson was pictured holding hands with a pretty lady earlier this week, leading to speculation that he has a girlfriend. The pair were papped holding hands as they visited a theme park.
If the rumours are true, we think they make a cute couple…
On the second anniversary of The King of Pop’s death yesterday, a bunch of celebrities took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Michael Jackson.
Click under the cut for some MJ tweets from some of your favourite celebs.
RIP MJ. Gone, but never forgotten.
What a year Katy Perry has had, not only has she had 4 singles from her current album “Teenage Dream” hit the Number 1 spot on the Billboard Chart, but if her latest release, “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.),” also hits the top spot, Perry will match Michael Jackson’s record.
Jackson achieved the impressive feat of 5 Number 1 singles from one record with his album, “Bad” in 1987.
The achievement will also make Perry the first woman in Billboard history to achieve the record!
Michael Jackson’s kids were snapped grabbing some iced coffees from Starbucks after school earlier this week in California. The pair looked at ease infront of the waiting paparazzi as they treated themselves after a long day.
Michael Jackson’s nephew Austin Brown, is following in the footsteps of his uncle’s legacy by pursuing a career in music. Over the past months, Austin has slowly been releasing some promo videos, teasing his sound. The latest installment sees Austin pay tribute to Michael, Janet and The Jackson 5 in this special-effects promo…
Do you think Austin can do big things in music?
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