“I love playing around with fashion and like clothes that are fun, easy to wear and comfortable,” Selena said in a release. “My collection has a ‘rock chic’ theme and it’s confident, rebellious and fun.
Jared Leto Recruits Kanye West, Selena Gomez & More for Thirty Seconds to Mars’ ‘City of Angels’ Short Film
Among the film’s many stars includes Selena Gomez, Olivia Wilde, James Franco, Lindsay Lohan, Corey Feldman, Shaun White and all three members of Thirty Seconds to Mars.
Justin Bieber is talking about his recent love woes on his new song, “Recovery.”
The decision to deny the pop star a stage in Russia reportedly comes in the wake of performances by Madonna and Lady Gaga, which struck controversy in the country when the two voiced their support for gay culture and equality
Several singers made big splashes on this year’s red carpet. Here’s a look at who wore what from the world of high fashion.
*NSYNC reunited (!!!!), Miley twerked, Gaga demanded your applause and, oh yeah, here’s who won.
Today, (August 21) MTV announced that Drake will perform his VMA nominated single “Started From the Bottom.” This will mark the first time he will sing the track live on television.
This week, August 12-16, sees the return of lots of artists we’ve seen a few times already this summer and a few new ones that are worth your attention.
Teen Choice: The only night of the year when millions of fans can tune in to see pink-haired ballerinas, on-stage fire pits and (most importantly) an up-close-and-personal view of Harry Styles’ rear-end.
The chart reign of rap is over — for now, at least. Selena Gomez has the new No. 1 album in the country, with Stars Dance topping the Billboard 200 chart this week.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
This week, July 22 – 26, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros make their third, likely joyous appearance on Letterman, while Kenny Chesney brings his nostalgic new single to late night.
Gracing the cover of ‘Rolling Stone’ is an honor for any musician, so Radio.com came up with a list of five different covers the magazine could have feasibly used instead.