And we have another victim!
Honestly, we're so confused about why this photo hacker hasn't been stopped yet!
And it's starting to seem like no one in Hollywood is safe!
Such a sad thing to keep happening.
Who needs John Mayer??! Or Diplo? What about that guy?!
Not Katy Perry! LOLz!
And they aren't hiding their affections either!
Supposedly the twosome were spotted flaunting
It's the season of the
Ariel!!! (sha la la la la la)
Disney is taking the merwoman out of her clamshell and releasing her on DVD and BLU-RAY October 1st — that's TODAY!!
So in honor of the sea queen's latest debut, we fished for as many of the soundtrack-singing celebrities as we could and wound 'em up in our net for you to enjoy.
It's song sushi!!
Check out a pre-tonguin' Miley Cyrus rock the beat of Part of Your World (above), and then dive into the rest of 'em …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Florence Welch, of Florence and the Machine, raised her cup to the stars at the South London Pacific, a London bar and lounge, on Friday.
And by "cup," we mean "large shot of tequila." And by "raised," we mean "gulped down and threw over her shoulder."
Florence, who already seemed a
dozen couple shots deep by the beginning of the video, hopped up onstage while a band was warming up and sang Get Lucky by Daft Punk, and another song.
While the lyrics were not all there (we'd give it a Guitar Hero 60%), she's super energetic. Hmm, we wonder if some liquid stimulant could have aided her?
While we're not sure if she's drunk or not, by the end of her impromptu performance she was pretty red in the face, stumbling to the edge of the stage, before attempting to crowd surf.
Uh, who wouldn't want to crowd surf in England, especially now that the royal baby was just born!!
WE love it!!
Anything Florence Welch touches turns to gold, and this is no exception!!
Covering Icona Pop's beat-bumpin' I Love It for a Human Rights Campaign benefit, she and Dev Hynes showed the crowd (and internet) just how much of IT they love.
Ch-ch-check it ouuttt (above)!!!
We gotta feelin… that we wanna see her cover more smash hits!!
The Rolling Stones still party like it’s the 60’s. But even this iconic British band occasionally needs some help from younger music stars!
Currently planning their British Summer Time concert, set to take place in London’s Hyde Park this July 6th, the Stones are hoping to book some show-stopping names, including Adele and Florence Welch.
Apparently, Mick Jagger has already spoken to both Adele and Flo about joining the band onstage!
A source revealed: