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Who would've ever thought a Justin Timberlake and CHVRCHES collab would work?
One of our favorite three-piece, Scottish, synthpop groups stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge on Thursday to show the world how to properly cover a JT classic.
CHVRCHES put their haunting twist on Justin's Cry Me a River, and it brought new emotion out of the Grammy-winning revenge song.
Although, while we enjoyed the rendition as a whole and have even more love for lead vocalist Lauren Mayberry… we can't help but feel that the 27-year-old was just a tad flat every time she sang 'cry' during the chorus.
But hey, they're so cool, it was probably intentional!
Ch-ch-check out CHVRCHES fresh spin on a Justin Timberlake standard (below)!!!
Apparently, when Kelly reached out to some fellow famous singers to be on her Piece by Piece album, John Legend was the ONLY celeb who agreed to collab with her!
Yeah, Kel's had some duds in the past, but Breakaway should earn her enough street cred for life!
Kelly spoke with BBC Radio 1 about her issues, saying:
On Tuesday night, the enemies-turned-BFFs dined together at the Spotted Pig Restaurant in Downtown New York City.
The Shake It Off songstress wore a FIERCE light beige trench coat with adorable Louboutins, while the Yeezus artist bundled up in a casual burgundy velour sweatshirt underneath a navy jacket.
Dozens of celebs may have showed up to Kanye West's Adidas show last Thursday, but according to the controversial rapper, he has lost several friends ever since he started dating and eventually marrying Kim Kardashian West.
This was especially the case in the fashion world, where the 37-year-old has worked hard to establish relationships with high-end designers.
In a recent interview, he confessed:
The 27-year-old rapper is attempting to gain more custody of their 1-year-old son, Sebastian, saying that the 31-year-old is a bad mother.
According to sources, the Black And Yellow artist is accusing the model of
This really was a star-studded night!
Pharrell and Ryan Tedder were just two of the MANY award-winning performers who graced CBS on Monday night to celebrate Stevie Wonder.
The duo sang Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing at Stevie's Grammys Special and it's safe to say they nailed it!
Ch-ch-check out Pharrell and Ryan's tribute (above)!!!
Not that we've ever questioned it, but Beyoncé can really put on a performance!
Queen Bey was tasked with opening the Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life - An All-Star Grammy Salute Special on Monday night, and then she continued to sing for a whole nine minutes!
The duo really got the crowd going, and we can tell that they were truly, musically-inspired by Stevie.
Ch-ch-check out Beyoncé and Ed kick off the CBS special (above)!!!