Choreographed dance in pop music has always been sexy. It’s not every day that in boundary pushing sex appeal music devolves into full on orgy. But it does happen that every so often amidst the throwing of elbows and the dipping of hips that a dance routine will turn into a full blow, sweaty, simulated orgy. The kind of thing you probably don’t want to watch in the same room as your parents.
Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke broke the internet last August with their unforgettable performance during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. But will their famous fathers Alan Thicke and Billy Ray Cyrus will follow in their footsteps with a duet of their own? It seems like they’re pretty down with it! But the real question is: Who’s going to wear the foam finger?
The world of pop performance can often be garish and ostentatious — would we really want it any other way? For this reason, pop is pivotal in breaking down sexual taboos, and recently, with a spate of Ultimate Queens spreading like honey across the charts, female sexuality has become a staple in music video and stage performances alike.
Despite what our favorite ballads say, not all love lasts a lifetime. Most relationships end in heartbreak, and Naya Rivera and Big Sean‘s whirlwind romance is no different. The sexy couple started 2014 looking like they were going to sail off into eternal bliss, but now they’re just the latest celebrity couple to call off their wedding before they reach the altar.
This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain‘s tragic death. While there’s no doubt that Cobain’s own contributions to music will last forever, his influence spread beyond the world of grunge and into hip hop, rock, pop and even country.