In a 'Voice' first, Blake has upgraded with a secret button that plays “Don’t Speak” whenever he wants to silence any of his rival coaches.
Cyrus made a subtle statement with a change to one of the song’s key lyrics. Instead of "You're right, we're grown now,” she crooned, "You're right, I'm grown now.
Posh Spice has dampened fans hopes she might make an appearance with her former bandmates by jetting out of the country.
Public reaction to Bass coming out in 2006 was generally positive, and would be even more well-received in an age when LGBTQ artists like Sam Smith, Janelle Monáe, Troye Sivan, and Brandi Carlile are on the charts.
The 'Right Here' singer is supporting The Spice Girls on tour and said, 'It is great and it sounds fine and the show is wicked.'
The Spice Girls tour has been hit by yet more complaints with fans demanding refunds after spending almost £100 to attend a concert they could not hear properly.
Hell hath no fury like the BTS Army scorned, so when a promised BTS announcement didn't happen Tuesday, fans demanded an explanation, an apology, or the hour back of their lives that they’d just wasted.
"I'm sorry you hate America so much,” one irate viewer tweeted, while another joked that "Trumpers" were just "triggered" by the coaches' honest critique.
In 2017, the Beyhive blasted Swift over the supposed similarities between her music video for “Look What You Made Me Do” and Beyoncé’s “Formation” video. And now Swift is catching flak again.
Paula Abdul returns to the red carpet at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards and some are wondering if she's "aging backwards."
Judging from this candy-colored clip, Swift has completely shaken off the villainess vibe of her 'Reputation' era.