In the days since One Direction formally announced that Zayn Malik has left the group, there's been no shortage of experts and fellow performers weighing in with opinions on what might or should be the next moves for the group and for him.
Taylor Swift went 1-for-2, Hozier scored a surprising win and voters were NOT all about that bass — the second round of Billboard.com's Hot 100 March Madness has ended, with just eight songs still standing!
Katy Perry premiered her new two-hour Epix special, Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour, at the Ace Hotel Downtown in Los Angeles on Thursday (March 26) evening, offering fans a chance to see the concert film before its airs on Saturday, March 28.
Zayn Malik’s label management team has already positioned him for a future as a solo act: Malik is signed to Syco as a group member and individually. A “leaving member clause” in the band’s deal allows the act to continue as a foursome, and it also offers the label the option to pick up Malik’s contract as a solo artist.
Ed Sheeran is back on the market. After dating for a year, the 24-year-old singer has split with girlfriend Athina Andrelos, which he confirmed yesterday during an interview on Australian radio station KIIS 1065.
Andrew Hozier-Byrne, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter who goes simply by Hozier, remembers his first festival experience well; it involved a grueling eight-hour wait followed by a near-religious experience.
The "Kidz Bop" lyrical alterations are obviously necessary for such a family-friendly product, but let’s face it: some of the edits are pretty funny in their own right. Here are the 10 most hilarious lyric changes on the latest Kidz Bop compilation:
If it's still too hard for you to listen to One Direction songs following Zayn Malik's exit, we know how you feel. If you still need a boy band fix to get you through the pain, we've rounded up some of the saddest boy band break-up tunes to sum up how you're feeling.
It's barely been a day since Zayn Malik left One Direction, and the paparazzi are already after him. They managed to snag this photo of him, wearing a happy floral cap, but a sad expression on his face.
Carly Rae Jepsen fans are really, really, really going to like this news: the Canadian pop star is set to make her Saturday Night Live debut next month, and Mumford & Sons to return to the show the week after.
This week, Killers frontman Brandon Flowers stops by the Pop Shop Podcast to discuss his great new single "Can't Deny My Love," his upcoming solo record, his old-school inspirations and his destructive approach to creating a new sound for himself. Before that, Jason and Keith pour one out for Zayn Malik, who officially left One Direction; the guys talk about why this was the right move for the group, other pop acts that have survived after losing one member, and whether or not this was due to band friction