Oh, the power of Adobe Photoshop. It’s a magical tool that lets you take your look to new heights. Or it could just make your leg disappear like Kylie Minogue‘s.
Taylor Swift‘s 1989 puts her last two albums to shame, Pharrell may be once again seeing the estate of Marvin Gaye in court, Morrissey may have jacked some fan art without permission and more on Last Lap.
This Saturday, the That Metal Show crew hosts a full house with Marky Ramone, Darryl McDaniels and Gary Holt. The gang talks about getting hit with stuff on stage (something Holt considers “part of the fun”), while McDaniels shares a memory from opening up for the legendary Lou Reed.
We’d like to offer a huge round of applause to whoever does the booking for Larry King‘s show, because they gave us the unforgettable chance to watch the 81-year-old broadcasting icon interact with metal’s own Steel Panther. The band took the opportunity to share which current pop stars they’d like to sleep with, and which musicians they’re currently fighting with.
Being embarrassed by your mom is nothing new to any of us, but what if your mom is a sexually-charged music icon, who goes by the name of Madonna?
Nicki Minaj‘s Instagram is teeming with evidence that she and Meek Mill are dating — or, at least holding hands and going out to dinner. The Gossip Table has the dish on the latest with these two, which includes Meek saying that Nicki is his dream girl.
All good things must unfortunately come to an end, as teen girl group the OMG Girlz have officially called it quits. The announcement was made via social media as the trio thanked Team OMG “for all the love, support, and loyalty. and support.”
Original as they may be, there are a few things all famous rockers have in common: attitude, a love of music and occasionally… dressing in drag.
Prince debuts a surprise single called “What If?”, FKA twigs performs at the opening of an Alexander McQueen exhibition, Iggy Azalea clears up Great Escape tour rumors, and more on First Dibs.
By Frank Donovan
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re taking a look back at decades of all-female musical groups. Through pop, punk, rap, rock, and everything in between, we go all the way to the 1940s when The Andrews Sisters harmonized for the troops during World War II, to the 1960s when bee-hived singers helped shape the sounds of Phil Spector and Motown, to the 1990s when Destiny’s Child mobilized fellow women to demand respect and Sleater-Kinney put feminism at the fore, ushering in the riot grrrl-inspired Pussy Riot.