R&B star JOE has come a long way since his “I Wanna Know” days. His new album Bridges (which features Kelly Rowland) is inspired by his life relationships, which we already get a peak of in his new video “If You Lose Her.”
By Christopher Rosa
The Fault in Our Stars hits theaters this weekend, and we’re ready to wallow in tears as we watch two teenagers (Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort)— who meet in a cancer support group— fall in love. In fact, the thought of it is causing our eyes to swell. While we’re in this crying mood, we decided to do some digging and unearth 10 of the weepiest music videos in existence. Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Rowland and even Johnny Cash will make you feel all of the feels.
Kelly Rowland may be angling for a Vogue cover, Pharrell Williams already has your summer wardrobe set, and we get to find out whether we’ll see our favorite artists appear on VH1′s new reality show, This Is Hot 97.
Let’s get one thing straight: You do NOT mess with Beyonce! She will slice you down with a side-eye so strong your grandchildren will feel it. Hey, she’s not the Queen for nothin’. The lovely, beautiful and talented Mrs. Carter is adored around the world for her music and good deeds, but she’s not afraid to be tough as nails every now and again. We’ve collected 10 of our very favorite diva-tastic moments from over the years. So now, without further ado, here are Beyonce’s shadiest moments!
We don’t know if you’ve noticed, but it’s cold. Damn cold. Cold enough for bubbles to freeze as soon as they hit the air. It’s getting insane. Yesterday we tried to heat things up by thinking warm thoughts and bringing you some super hot celebrities with epic tan lines, but that’s just not doing the trick anymore. So now we’re just giving in and embracing the sub zero-temps in the best way we know how: with our patented ULTIMATE COLD WEATHER PLAYLIST!
When we think of wet t-shirts, we will always think of the godmother of the rained on, white tee — Helen Hunt, bearing not only her tatas but her heart and soul in As Good As It Gets. So while wet t-shirts might be the mythology of spring break style competitions where women are objectified in the most base ways, pop culture has co-opted the iconic symbol in a slightly more refined—but no less sexy!—way.