The very first line that is uttered by Miley Cyrus in her new MTV documentary, Miley: The Movement is “I don’t apologize for anything.” So, we’re just going to go ahead and assume that there won’t be any mea culpas forthcoming after pictures of her latest photoshoot with the notoriously raunchy Terry Richardson (who, we should note, also convinced her to fellate a sledgehammer in the “Wrecking Ball” video) appeared online this afternoon.
Lorde doesn’t even have an LP out yet—Pure Heroine comes out next week, but you can hear it today thanks to VH1′s exclusive stream—but she’s already the hottest new artist in the game. The 16-year-old’s first single, “Royals,” came out of nowhere to dominate the likes of Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, and she seems well poised to be nominated for a gaggle of Grammys when those nominations are announced later this year.
We can’t stop! (Discussing Miley Cyrus, that is.) Whether she’s twerking with Juicy J, grinding on Robin Thicke, spanking a dwarf or deepthroating a microphone wrapped in a banana sheath, Miley Cyrus has become a national obsession. And now she’s on the cover of Rolling Stone, and the profile written by Josh Eells is one of the most extensive (and hilarious) pieces on her to date. If you have 30 spare minutes, it’s worth a read, but if you only have 5, we’ve summarized it for you into this: The Top 10 Most Bonkers Quotes From Miley’s Rolling Stone Interview.
Forget the drugs, the cars, the Grammys, the stadiums of hysterical fans. The real reason musicians even pick up a guitar in the first place? The girls. Since the beginning of the rock era, groupies (or muses, or band-aids) are what make the music world go around, kids! From classy chicks with a penchant for rock star boyfriends/husbands to the quintessential tour bus broads, these ten groupies are the most celebrated of all time.
Flashing your midriff to stir up controversy? That went out with Gwen Stefani‘s bindi. Showing some sideboob to lure the lenses of the paparazzi? That’s even more common than finding a copy of Fergalicious at the used record store. So, how is a musician to keep themselves at the forefront of popular culture in 2013? Well, in addition to, you know, actually making good music, the answer is clear: UNDERBUTT.
Recent You Oughta Know artist Passenger is still climbing his way up the VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown with “Let Her Go,” a song that has gone to #1 in 13 different countries. His plaintive ditty is currently sitting at #14 on the countdown, but a few months before that track took hold, he spent an afternoon with us here at VH1 headquarters in Times Square.
Katy Perry is famous for her crazy colored outfits, her infectious pop hits and her love of cats. So, why is she so in love with the feline family? Well, maybe because cats are just like her!
The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards might be one of the biggest nights in music, but it’s also one of the biggest nights for fashion blunders. Here are the worst dressed celebrities at tonight’s show, people whose outfits should get them kicked out of the Barclays Center.
Part of being an artist is believing that you’re the chosen one. The one and only messianic megastar to save the masses from musical mediocrity! No wonder every top-selling pop star we can think of has a staggering God complex. From Kanye West naming his new album Yeezus (really, dude?) to John Lennon proclaiming that “the Beatles are bigger than Jesus,” these narcissistic icons take hero worship to biblical levels.
Apparently so! Beyoncé sent shockwaves through our nation’s hair salons just last week when she debuted her short, sorta pixieish cut. However, King Bey was spotted out on the town —Miami, specifically—yesterday with a new, slightly longer look. It’s not so long as to get caught up by any wayward wind machines that she may encounter while walking through the crown jewel of Florida, but she definitely added a few inches to her “natural” cut in a very short time.