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Following a cover of a Paul McCartney classic, James Durbin returned to his rock roots last night.
The American Idol finalist made the girls in attendance scream with a version of Bon Jovi’s “I’ll Be There for You,” roaming the stage while singing, shaking hands with audience members, making like a true star.
J. Lo says she loves it and tells James he’s “great,” while Randy warns of pitch problems but acknowledges that Durbin makes every song his own. Check it out and judge for yourself now:
Overtly sexual ads shoved down our throats is not exactly rare (see last night’s Kim Kardashian Super Bowl commercial), but Faith Hill threw us for a bit of a loop.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the country singer’s spot for Teleflora played out very sweetly … before throwing a crude one-liner in America’s lap.
The upside? Because it’s Faith Hill, the punchline was unexpected and well executed. The downside? It’s Faith Hill. The straight-laced star’s fans may disapprove.
What do you think? Funny and harmless, or too far? Check it out …
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‘Tis the season for somewhat revealing holiday cards.
We hate to say it, but compared to the Kardashian Khristmas Kard and other celebrity efforts, Paris Hilton’s attempt to be sexy and/or glam is kinda weak.
The ho-tel heiress’ seasonal shout-out evokes the old-time Hollywood glamour era, but it’s not really clear why, or whether it’s even appropriate or not.
She writes: “Warm wishes this Holiday Season. Love from Paris & Paris Hilton Entertainment.” Gotta plug Paris Inc. Check it out after the jump …
Paris and Radar would like to wish you a seductive holiday.
Josh Duhamel wants those who have been bullied to see there is light at the end of the tunnel. Unless you’re a flight attendant who bothers him while he texts. In which case, get out of his face. Things will not get better then by any means.
While an interview Fergie’s hubby gave at a Trevor Project benefit lends another voice to an important topic, it’s hard to take seriously in light of last week’s drama.
Anyway, check it out after the jump …
Read the rest here: Josh Duhamel to Bullied Youth: It Gets Better
Justin Bieber has released a new single online, leaving fans with many questions:
- Will it be included on his next album?
- Who is the “Latin Girl” about whom the song is written?
- There’s no chance it’s Michaela Wallace… right?
We don’t have any answers at the moment, but we do have the audio video of Bieber crooning about some young mystery woman. Check it out now and sound off: What do you think of the new song?
It must be Impressive Young Artists Week on Ellen.
First, the show gave a platform to Willow Smith, who blew us away with a rendition of “Whip My Hair.” Watch it NOW.
Then, earlier today, Justin Bieber appeared alongside Ellen DeGeneres and touched on issues from dating to bullying, the latter of which is relevant these days due to the sad circumstances surrounding Demi Lovato. Excerpts are below…
Justin Bieber fans simply must watch how this artist shocked Ellen attendees on today’s show. Check it out now!
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Demi Lovato might be devastated that her ex-boyfriend has moved on to a serious relationship with Ashley Greene.
But if this is the case, the young singer is doing a great job at hiding it.
Lovato took to the stage with Joe and his brothers in Mexico City Sunday night. She and her former lover even sang a duet together, entertaining fans with a rendition of “Wouldn’t Change A Thing,” the same single they performed on American Idol in March.
Check it out NOW and click on the following photos to enlarge pics from the concert:
Voldemort: Why do you live?Harry Potter: Because I have something to live for.
Sorry, Eclipse, but you can’t hog all the attention these days.
While the third installment of The Twilight Saga has fans around the globe lining up for tickets days in advance, others are focusing on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Based on the final book in this beloved series, the film will be broken into two parts.
The first opens on November 19 and its first official trailer has been released. Check it out now:Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Preview
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The Real World is making it’s second trip to the Big Easy starting June 30th and a new trailer has been released.
MTV will show 12 episode for the season being called The Real World: New Orleans 2 which like seasons before it follow the lives of nearly brain dead young adults. It’s the first time since Season 9 that The Real World is returning to the city.
According to PopCrunch executive producer Jon Murray says of the new seasion:
“We are delighted to be returning to New Orleans for the 24th season of ‘The Real World,’” adding “Hurricane Katrina threw New Orleans for a punch, but the