Take Katy Perry's song 'ET,' with its heavy electronic sounds and pop influence, and add some high energy hard rock. The result? An all-out rock version that gives listeners an alternative to party all night to.
Wolf Alice turns up the rock volume with their cover of Katy Perry's song 'Roar.' The subtle beginning may throw viewers off at first listen; the singer's soulful yet soft-spoken voice doesn't scream rock and roll. But when the rocking rhythm section and jamming guitars kick in, the song delivers a rollicking energy that demands attention.
If "Arthur' wasn't proof enough that Russell Brand was the Grand High Poobah of the International League of Douchebags, his latest move leaves no doubt. Divorcing Katy Perry? Really? How your dirty ass managed to bag arguably the hottest chick on the planet is beyond me. But divorce her?
Okay guys...a show of hands. Who among us hasn't seen an actress in a movie, a female singer in a video or on an awards show, or one of those reality show hags, and thought to yourself, "Man, I wonder what she looks liked naked?"
The stars turned out on the red carpet — or should we say black carpet? — for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Celebs included Justin Bieber, who rocked a pair of scholarly specs, and Jessie J, who rocked a pair of bedazzled crutches and a cast (the singer sprained her foot at a recent live show).
The MTV Video Music Awards are pointless. The awards are part popularity contest and part “who is available to show up and perform?” We think the performers, presenters and the audience all know the moon man award is a tacky paperweight worth about as much as, well, a tacky paperweight. The actual sh
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