We Can Survive
From Taylor Swift’s extensive album rollout to Gwen Stefani’s return to a solo career, here’s what’s been happening in the news for these artists recently.
Taylor clearly hearts New York. And, if you were that couple fighting outside her apartment, she might have written a song about you.
The whole thing feels like like “Hollaback Girl” by way of Coldplay.
Gwen Stefani Premieres “Baby Don’t Lie” & Pharrell Collabo “Spark The Fire” On AMP Radio With Carson Daly
You can’t call it a comeback, because with three fashion lines and a primetime coaching gig on The Voice, Gwen Stefani hasn’t stopped hustling since 1992! But she has returned to the scene with some brand new music.
If Taylor Swift ever needed a plan B, she could easily become a wedding singer — and if so, her BFF Lena Dunham would likely call her up.
We’re just a week and half away from We Can Survive and even though tickets are sold out, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a few surprises up our sleeve!
With a smash record in the works, an appearance on The Voice airing tonight, a bun in the oven, and the “We Are Here” social justice movement making an impact worldwide, it’s clear that Alicia Keys is firing on all cylinders.
When it comes to the American Music Awards, Iggy Azalea led the pack with six nominations.
Taylor Swift Says New Song ‘Out of the Woods’ Is About a ‘Fragile’ Relationship That Filled Her With ‘Extreme Anxiety’
Taylor Swift’s new album, 1989 won’t be out for another two weeks, but she’s once again teasing her new pop sound by revealing why new song ‘Out of the Woods” best represents her latest release.
Grande, Maroon 5 and Hozier have appeared on the show as musical guests so far this season.