She’ll never be royal and she definitely will NEVER be twerking!
Sorry Miley Cyrus but Lorde is going to be sticking to singing, not shaking that arse of hers!
The soon-to-be 17-year-old Kiwi was recently asked if she’d ever do Miley’s signature move while performing onstage. She answered as only Lorde can - to the point and with just a touch of snark!
Adam Levine loves to stay in shape with a little bit of yoga from time to time, but do you ever wonder what he likes to listen to while he works up a sweat??
Of course you do!!
Lucky for us, the Maroon 5 was willing to reveal some of his secrets and shared a playlist filled with some of his favorite songs to strike a pose to!!
Adam's playlist includes:
It's hard to believe that Amy Winehouse died two years ago today. This morning, Kelly Osbourne posted an emotional message and picture to her dear departed friend on her Instagram page. Kelly wrote:
"I miss you my dear friend! Thank you for all the good times and the bad… you made me a better person! You may not be here in person but you live on forever in my heart! I love you Amy! Until we met again."
Fans have been offering Kelly kind condolences all day, and her picture has been liked by more than 31,000 people.
Another friend and fan of Amy's, Lana Del Rey, also wrote a message of remembrance. Lana tweeted:
This month marks the two year anniversary of Amy Winehouse's tragic death. At only 27, Amy's passing came as a shock to many of her fans.
But Amy's still VERY heartbroken mother is saying she always knew her troubled daughter was destined to die young! Janis Winehouse recently admitted:
"I couldn’t see Amy as an older person. She was this young girl who exploded into the world like a firecracker and then it was, ‘OK, I’m done — I’m off’. Amy was never meant to be 30.”
Amy's death in 2011 was eventually ruled an accidental alcohol poisoning. When someone so talented dies so young, we have to wonder what lead to her downfall? Amy's mom however says she can't even remember when the singing sensation's problems got out of control. She explained:
When we heard back in 2012 that Mitch Winehouse — the father of Amy Winehouse — wanted to honor his daughter's memory in sculpture form, we were scared the resulting creation would be a big, bronzed MESS…
BUT yay! We can breathe a sigh of relief because the artist who has been tasked with recreating the iconic singer's likeness has promised that the piece will NOT be garish or silly.
Scott Eaton recently shared:
This is so hard for us to write.
We're still mourning the loss of beloved angel Amy Winehouse…
And a new tell-all book, written by Chloe Govan and sourced from interviews with a close friend of Amy's, is shedding even more light on the darkness that plagued sweet Amy's life before her tragic death in 2011.
According to these interviews, Amy was controlled and manipulated by then-husband Blake Fielder-Civil. The book says he used drugs and 'emotional S&M' to ensure her place in his life:
Ya can't please everybody!
But we don't wanna be around André 3000 when he finds out Mitch Winehouse isn't a fan of his work on his daughter's cover!!
As you know, he and Beyoncé recorded their own rendition of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black for The Great Gatsby soundtrack.
And while Poppa Mitch might have enjoyed Bey's contributions, saying:
He's not exactly a fan of An's, tweeting:
But you know it really just has to be hard for him to hear the song coming from anyone other than Amy! Bey's an exception cuz c'mon… it's Bey!!
CLICK HERE to hear the cover for yourself!!
[Image via WENN.]