If you’ve ever wanted to see Adele get so, so real and so, so awesome, good news.
Tony Visconti, David Bowie’s old producer, tried to get people to pay attention to his new show by saying Adele’s voice is manipulated and her songs are “fluff.” Here what she says.
Tony Visconti is a music producer who worked with David Bowie throughout his career, including on his final album Blackstar. He certainly knows a lot about music and thus feels qualified to tell you who is for real and what is so, so fake.
Tyga’s new bae Demi Rose, who appeared with the rapper at Cannes, has purportedly become the victim of identity theft.
Society’s biggest threat isn’t capitalism, but in fact the concert terrorists who hold up phones—or worse, IPADs!—throughout an entire show to capture photos and video for Instagram, Snapchat and the like, thus ruining the live experience of being at a show.
In documents filed by celebrity divorce attorney Laura Wasser, Johnny Depp has requested for a judge to reject Amber Heard’s request for spousal support. He’s also asked that she pay her own attorney fees.
After winning the award for Top Billboard 200 Album, which she accepted in a pre-recorded video from her tour, Adele debuted her new video on the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night, and the visual was as Cocteau Twins-inspired as the gauzy layers of harmonies that define the song.
While performing “All I Ask” at this year’s Grammy Awards, Adele powered through an extended technical snafu—one involving fallen mics, piano wires, and failed backups—like a pro. Less than two months later, during a performance in Birmingham, the “All I Ask” curse struck again again.
Every woman goes through a period of life where she either has a beard or is a beard and Adele is no different.
The Academy was totally cool when Seth MacFarlane sang a song about boobs that deserves it’s own tidy corner in Hell a few years ago, but they were decidedly unchill about boobs IRL a few days ago at the 2016 ceremony.
While accepting her trophy for best female solo artist at the 2016 Brit Awards on Wednesday in London, Adele used her time on stage to state her support for Kesha.
Since releasing the video for “Hello” late last year, Adele has delivered something close to perfection in every since public appearance—from her live shows to late night TV appearances—so Monday night’s less-than-stellar performance of “All I Ask” at the Grammy Awards was a bit of a shock.
Adele, being neither American nor a lunatic, is reportedly not interested in contributing to the presidential campaigns of howling invertebrates Donald Trump and/or Mike Huckabee.
I am completely overwhelmed.
YouTube dudes the Fine Brothers apparently have a lot of friends with kids in the six-to-tween age range—their Kids React! series is a frequent and enjoyable series—and recently they solicited said kids’ opinions on Adele, platinum smasher and, for some, deal-breaker. As you can see, these children candidly posed some…
Nicki Minaj’s perfect, erratic verse on “Monster” stands as one of the greatest in rap history. It’s okay to attempt it on your own, but only if you’re willing to go to ridiculous lengths and fully commit to the wild hand gestures and cartoonish voice. Adele, hello?
In today’s Tweet Beat, Adele hits the gym, Chrissy Teigen talks to herself and Anna Kendrick considers a career shift.
Here’s famous Candian Celine Dion covering Adele’s ubiquitous single, “Hello.” Between the classic Dion hand gestures and the New Year-specific lyrics (“Be safe.” I will. Thank you Celine), this cover is the funniest thing 2016 has yet to produce.
This is the undoing of the holidays. Whatever happiness we find in being with family and friends, having time off from work, eating with abandon, listening to uplifting music, and receiving thoughtful gifts from loved ones has been erased by this image of Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton kissing in the woods.