VH1’s September You Oughta Know artist Lorde might be on the verge of unwittingly becoming the world’s newest pop sensation, but don’t worry, the precocious teen is fully aware of the pitfalls of fame. If you follow Lorde’s twitter or tumblr, you’ll already know that she has a fascination with young starlets who have fallen from grace, but does she have a particular favorite “train wreck”?
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Are you tired of waiting for VH1’s You Oughta Know artist Lorde‘s debut album, Pure Heroine, to come out?!? The album officially drops on September 30, but starting today you can listen to the exclusive album stream right here on VH1.com.
We’ve been tracking September’s You Oughta Know artist Lorde‘s ascension to pop royalty all month and yesterday marked a unique milestone for the 16-year-old pop princess from New Zealand. Last night, “Royals” rose to the top spot on the iTunes singles chart. The song knocked Miley Cyrus‘ “Wrecking Ball” off the throne and instigated some nasty fights on twitter!
We already know that VH1’s September You Oughta Know artist Lorde takes her inspirational cues from unique places. Her hit single “Royals” was inspired not only by her love for old school aristocracy, but also by a National Geographic photo of a baseball player. Now, Lorde is dishing to VH1 about why her song “Tennis Court” is about nostalgia, glamour … and Tumblr?
We told you last month about VH1 You Oughta Know artist Lorde‘s stateside debut at Le Poisson Rouge, but now you’ve got the chance to see the concert yourself. Over the next week, we’ll be rolling out exclusive clips from that August 6 gig starting today with her hit single, “Royals,” as well as the title track of her EP, The Love Club.
There’s a saying that all comedians want to be rock stars and all rock stars want to be comedians. Sometimes that dream gets to come true. The 20 comedians on our list transformed themselves so seamlessly into the personas of famous rock stars, pop stars, rappers and crooners that we can’t separate the musician from their famous impersonator anymore.