The blond bombshells put Thelma & Louise to shame with their hijinks, which include stealing jewels from a bank and exploding a building. If this were real life they would be the most-wanted babes in America! My favorite moment is when Miranda and Carrie pose next to their motorcycles with their big hair and body-hugging leather ensembles. Bad never looked so good. Watch up top. More »
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Miranda teased the video on her Instagram today (June 24) and it finds the usually refined divas (hell, Carrie even released a song called “Good Girl”) indulging in all kinds of bad behavior. The blond bombshells gamble, drink heavily and eventually find themselves arrested. (Their faux mugshot is the best thing I’ve seen all week). Watch the clip after the jump. More »
Other activity within the Top 10 this week: 50 Cent goes in at #4 with fifth LP Animal Ambition (47,000), while the reissued versions of Led Zeppelin‘s Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III re-enter the main album chart at #7, #9 and #10, respectively. Also, the Frozen soundtrack moves back up to #2, while the Fault In Our Stars soundtrack, which contains tracks like Ed Sheeran‘s “All Of The Stars” and Charli XCX‘s “Boom Clap,” hops 10 positions to #8 following the film’s $48 million opening over the weekend.
See how the rest of the Top 10 played out below. More »
“We did four or five songs. I love him as a producer and writer,” Caillat told Idolator a few months back while discussing her work with Babyface. “I just tell him any style that I’m in the mood for and we write it. It’s not like he’s pigeonholed in being an R&B producer.”
The lyric video for “Try” features Caillat, her fans and other famous faces — like Sheryl Crow, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Osbourne, Sara Bareilles, Lady Antebellum‘s Hillary Scott, Natasha Bedingfield, Christina Perri and Jessie J — going sans makeup in an effort to spread the message that beauty truly is on the inside. More »
This year’s awards show kicked off with heads nodding to ZZ Top performing its 1973 hit (and signature song) “LaGrange,” only for Florida Georgia Line to crash in for “This Is How We Roll” and Luke Bryan to introduce Jason Derulo, so that everyone on stage could chime in and wiggle their hips to his smash “Talk Dirty.” (Trust – the sight is one of the more strangely delightful things you’ll see today.) Later, Jennifer Nettles and John Legend teamed up to perform his No. 1 hit “All of Me,” while backed on acoustic guitar by Hunter Hayes. And to close, Miranda Lambert and Underwood performed their fierce country-pop duet “Somethin’ Bad,” off Lambert’s new album Platinum.
Watch Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood do “Somethin’ Bad” up top. Then, see the “LaGrange”-“This Is How We Roll”-“Talk Dirty” medley (whew) and “All of Me” after the jump. More »