In light of the recent leaked video that featured Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson of the British boy-band One Direction allegedly smoking a joint, we decided to bring you an entire gallery of seemingly squeaky-clean pop stars (well, sort of) who surprised us by mingling with Mary J! And we’re not taking about Mary J. Blige…
Pharrell and Miley Cyrus struck up a unique musical bond that was showcased on the former Disney’s starlet‘s 2013 album, Bangerz. An endorsement from the producer extraordinaire helped Miley’s credibility, allowing her to become more than the girl who twerked all up on Robin Thicke at the VMAs. And she’s returned the favor by lending vocals to Pharrell’s latest solo album, G I R L. Lovers of liner notes and music nerds have probably noticed that Miley’s not listed as a featured artist on “Come Get It Bae,” but that unmistakable drawl is most definitely hers. So what gives?
Music’s baddest babes are known for their risque, controversy causing outfits. From Rihanna‘s clothes that are so threadbare they’re barely clothes to Miley Cyrus‘ high cut leotards that threaten to betray the cooch, pop’s hottest young women are often less covered than not.
Spreading your legs mid-dance can pull even the most flexible hamstring, so there are times watching performances when a sexy spread eagle makes us cringe. From splits to booty drops, we sometimes feel like those spread eagles are more uncomfortable than they are hot. Not that we’re complaining — we really do appreciate the elasticity of our favorite performers and the lengths they’ll go to in order to give us a full crotch view.
The car has forever been regarded something of a penis extension, a way for men to show size and machismo. So it becomes a pretty potent symbol when a woman grinds all up on a car like it’s a… well, you know. Pop music has truly embraced the car, with whole songs devoted to revving engines.
Everyone dreams of one day fronting their favorite rock band, even if it means shoving the real lead singer into the corner. As one of the thousands of hopefuls on American Idol, a young Adam Lambert broke through with “Bohemian Rhapsody” as his audition song. And by the end of the season he would eventually joined Queen onstage, proving that certain dreams really can come true — especially if you happen to know Simon Cowell.