Our favorite pop stars aren’t wearing bikinis to the beach anymore; they’re wearing the beach as a bikini! Sand is the new swimsuit and it’s all thanks to our favorite pop divas like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé. Find out how you can turn sand into a swimsuit, a shirt or into a scintillating way to ensnare a man.
When Miley Cyrus embarked on her Bangerz tour last weekend in Vancouver, we all assumed that the tour would be shocking, but only in a suggestive way. However, Miley has moved on from just sticking her tongue out to shoving her tongue down Katy Perry‘s throat. We have to ask: did both ladies like it?
Most music artists aren’t afraid to strip down and show us what they’re working with, but none of them seem too keen on going “the Full Monty” for their music videos. So how does a mega star show off their naked bod without showing all the goods? Well, it looks like celebrities have come up with a myriad of creative ways to cover up their naughty bits while being nearly nude that range from creative camera angles, to strategically places bubbles to an entire wrecking ball.
Last night’s annual installment of the Grammy Awards was a big night for VH1 You Oughta Know alums and the phrase “get lucky.” Sexy marrieds Beyoncé and Jay Z embraced the public eye enough to show off some Carter family cuteness, while Queen Latifah married 33 couples to the sounds of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ “Same Love.” But is that really all that went down? Read more…
While we’ll have to wait until Sunday night’s 2014 Grammys red carpet livestream to figure out which stars stood out this year, we combed through our vast archives to put together this countdown of the Most Outrageous Grammy Fashion Moments Of All-Time. From M.I.A‘s bodacious baby bump to Celine Dion‘s surprising penchant for thongs, from Lady Gaga hatching herself from a translucent egg to J. Lo‘s infamous Versace wrap dress, we pay tribute (and throw some occasional shade) at those over the years who have shown no fear on Music’s Biggest Night.
The 2014 Grammy Awards are set to go down this Sunday night, January 26, and there’s one moment on the show that people just can’t stop gossiping about. No, it’s not the reported Jay Z/Beyoné opening number, and no, it’s most certainly not which artist is going to walk away with Song, Record or Album of the Year. Rather, it’s which recently deceased star will anchor the famed In Memoriam death montage?
A Great Big World‘s debut album, Is There Anybody Out There?, just hit stores yesterday, but those of you who turned into VH1’s exclusive livestream of the band’s concert from New York City’s Highline Ballroom last week were lucky enough to get a special introduction to the material.
They say what happens on the road stays on the road…but does it ever really? What happens when two major pop stars fall in lust backstage? What happens when two explosive rock stars have a disappointing tryst? What happens when two music legends figure out that their soul mates? We get great gossip and even better music.
Can we get it crunk up in this dancery, please? Today marks the 43rd birthday of the one and only Mary J. Blige, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul and one of most important artistic voices of the last three decades.
VH1 is excited to announce that we’ll be livestreaming a concert from this month’s You Oughta Know artist, A Great Big World, next Thursday, January 16 right here on VH1.com. The New York-based two-piece, made up of college friends Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino, went from being unsigned artists to landing a #1 record (“Say Something”) during the course of the last 18 months or so, a whirlwind of activity by any measure.