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A Timeline Of Opening Acts Who Became Bigger Than The Headliner

openers_headliners_artConcert opening acts tend to be a hit or miss. Sometimes, they’re awesome and succeed admirably in pumping up the crowd. Other times, they’re ear-screeching filler for the band you shelled out $200 to see. More often than not, opening acts — good or bad — never reach the fame of their headliners. (Remember Britney Spears’ 2004 tour opener Skye Sweetnam? Neither do we.) But sometimes they do, and that’s when it gets interesting.

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Musicians Who Have Been Photoshopped Into Oblivion On Magazine Covers

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Oh, the power of Adobe Photoshop. It’s a magical tool that lets you take your look to new heights. Or it could just make your leg disappear like Kylie Minogue‘s.

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Nick Jonas Performs At Miss Universe, Sia Releases “Salted Wound” From ’50 Shades’ Soundtrack + More On Last Lap

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Katy Perry is Super Bowl Sunday ready down to her toes, N.E.R.D. goes under the sea for their new “Squeeze Me” video, J. Cole gives back to single mothers and more on Last Lap.

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Transformation Tuesday: Katy Perry

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Katy Perry‘s hair changes almost as much as she changes her unique fashion choices – which makes her the perfect person to look back on in this week’s Transformation Tuesday! Katy may have started off looking like the girl next door back in 2002 but she has come a long way since, adding more bling and color with every passing year!

Whether she is rocking long black hair and a smokey eye, or a bedazzled leotard with a neon green bob, we can’t get enough of how Katy continues to keep it interesting with every appearance and performance. She’s always the perfect blend of sexy and cute, and she never takes herself too seriously! And now we’re wondering how Katy is going to top herself at the Superbowl halftime show this Sunday…

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9 Guest Rap Verses That Saved Crappy Pop Songs

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Pop songs with guest rap verses are gold. They reach a wider audience, forge relationships between artists, and get tons of air play. Guest rap verses have a history of bettering rap songs, and in the examples that follow, we’re arguing that they make pop songs better, too. From Kanye West on Katy Perry’s “E.T.” to Nicki Minaj on Justin Bieber’s “Beauty And A Beat,” these are nine rap verses that saved entire pop songs.

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