Today has been an active one for BBC Radio 1. First, Rihanna premiered a new song called “Towards The Sun” on the show. Then, Ed Sheeran entered the Live Lounge to cover Christina Aguilera‘s “Dirrty.”
Larry King asks Big Sean about having a “Little Sean” with Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift donates $50,000 to NYC’s Department of Education, Zendaya gets an apology from Giuliana Rancic, and more on First Dibs.
Chris Brown postpones his tour because of community service, Tom DeLonge blames “weird press releases” on the rumor that he quit Blink-182, Muse announces their new album and more on First Dibs.
Big Sean clears up rumors that girlfriend Ariana Grande likes to be carried around like a baby, Howard Stern will broadcast a two-hour Black Keys concert, Jack White finds rare surprises in his couch and more on Last Lap.
Christina Aguilera has been a leader in the pop world since she entered the scene way back at the turn of the century. She’s got a jaw-dropping voice, seven albums, and four Grammy awards to her name, but it doesn’t stop there. Aguilera is a major pop player and to celebrate her 34th birthday we’ve got 15 reasons why. Read on to find out all the ways Xtina is truly a badass b*tch.
Ahh, the Christmas album. It’s somewhat of an industry standard. You know you’ve made it when you’ve put out a hit holiday disc! But few are brave enough to take on the challenge and many decide to just test the waters with a Christmas single. Either way, the artists who try should be commended for their efforts, even if they’re forgotten over the years. Get ready to wipe the dust off of 15 festive albums and songs put out in years past by megastars.
Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson release new music, AC/DC provide visuals for “Play Ball”, Carrie Underwood, Rihanna and others came out to perform at the Valor Veterans Day celebration and more on First Dibs.
Miley Cyrus releases new live music, Jack White‘s keyboardist Isaiah “Ikey” Owens was found dead in his hotel room, Pharrell Williams experiments with eyeliner and more on Last Lap.
Beyoncé and Jay Z tease their On The Run HBO special, The Killers cover Iggy Azalea‘s “Fancy,” Selena Gomez steps up her style game and more on First Dibs.
By Christopher Rosa
The early 2000s were an interesting time for female musician fashion—never forget Destiny Child’s array of matching outfits—and we’ve been blessed with some red carpet moments that will live on forever. A key ingredient to wild pop star style of the 2000s was plunging—and we mean plunging—necklines. Everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Christina Aguilera to Mariah Carey bared (almost) everything from one time or another, making us Earthlings break a sweat for fear of a Janet Jackson-style wardrobe malfunction.