It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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*** WARNING: Mild Jane the Virgin Spoilers Ahead ***
That's because while we knew about Kesha and BritBrit's episodes ahead of time, Bruno surprised viewers as he popped up to sing an original song for Jane and Michael's (Brett Dier) wedding!
According to a press release, Bruno first wrote Rest of My Life years ago, but was never able to find the right home for it… until now!
Apparently, the Grenade singer is actually a huge fan of The CW dramedy and jumped at the chance to add something special to Jane's wedding night.
Too bad not everyone survived the wedding to talk about how great he sounded…
Ch-ch-check out Bruno Mars' emotional Jane the Virgin moment (below)!!!
The Billboard Music Awards are right around the corner!
There are plenty of great artists out there, but Billboard honors the best of the best with their awards, from new talent to top sellers.
The nominations were announced on Good Morning America Monday morning, and you can check out the full list of nominees (below)!
Somehow, it's been 20 years since Hanson released their 1996 smash hit MMMBop!
The upbeat earworm has been steadily playing on radio for the past two decades and has been covered by countless musicians — none of which, apparently, have been singing it right!
In a new interview with Vulture, brothers Zac Hanson, Taylor Hanson, and Isaac Hanson revealed most of the people who belt out the catchy chorus of the chart-topping track are MMM-ing and Bop-ing incorrectly!
Isaac explained about the covers he's heard:
Chris Martin might've forgotten to sign his divorce papers, but he certainly didn't forget to squeeze in a play date with Blue Ivy Carter!
We don't know if we're more jealous of Chris or Blue… just kidding, definitely Chris!
Momma Beyoncé took to her website on this glorious throwback Thursday to share a gallery of behind-the-scenes snaps of the Super Bowl halftime show featuring herself (duh), Bruno Mars, and of course, Coldplay.
You can take a look at the adorable images of the three-year-old running around rehearsals in a tutu and sneakers (above)!
So fun! Blue's just livin' the dream.
[Image via Beyoncé Knowles.]
Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson might have been on top of the world when they won the Grammy for Record of the Year earlier this month for their hit song Uptown Funk, but they're being pulled back to reality now.
That's because the ladies from the early '80s group The Sequence – Angie Stone, Cheryl Cook, and Gwendolyn Chisolm — are claiming that Mars and Ronson used the girls' song Funk You Up as inspiration for their award winning single!
While there hasn't been a lawsuit filed yet, Kali Bowyer, the rep for the group, says that the hook for both songs are the same along with a few other similarities.
Ch-ch-check out both songs (below) and let us know if you think they sound similar!
To call Bruno Mars the life of the party is an understatement!
On Monday night at the Grammys, Bruno celebrated his song of the year and record of the year win by getting all his pals at the award show DRUNK. To make the situation even more amazing, Mars used a personalized flask to get the party going — how cool is that?!
While the lyrics on B.M.'s flask didn't capture the mood of the evening ("One shot for my pain, one drag for my sorrow"), it definitely did the trick for attendees like Ed Sheeran and Mark Ronson.
Luckily for us, the singer captured the boozy moments on Instagram — check out a shot of Mark taking a little nip of the good stuff (below)!
Luckily, James has a late night show which he used to air the rest of the Karaoke sesh which included a little more bickering and bantering between the celebs, as well as the Biebs and the comedian singing a song for The Late Late Show's intro!
Ch-ch-check out the FULL version of the special Grammy edition of Carpool Karaoke (below) and let us know who your favorite passenger has been so far!