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Kings Of Leon News Archive
We're not sure which is better, so we'll just say they're both winners here!
The Oklahoma boys took their talents to Amsterdam and rocked the stage at the EMAs!
The Kings toned things down for a performance of Beautiful War, but they still brought the fireworks! Literally!
The stage was filled with sparks and explosions while Caleb Followill showed off his absolutely flawless voice!
Ch-ch-check out their amazing performance (above)!
We're in a corner, watching this cover, oh-oh-oh!
The Kings of Leon gave an AHmazing, soulful, and haunting rendition of Robyn's Dancing on my Own for BBC 1 Radio, a performance that you might hear in a jazz club, and might need to hear if you've got the blues!
The Kings decided to switch out some of the electronic synth for some spine-chilling guitar work, but still this makes us wanna dance, even on our own!
Hmm, maybe they could do a cover exchange program, and our favorite Swedish pixie can cover Sex On Fire?!
Well, if Robyn's Body Talk was that her sex was on fire, we'd say see a doctor ASAP, but in this non-medical case, cover away Robyn!
Could the rock n' roll have ignited their sex on fire?!
Ellie's rep claims they're "just good friends," but even if that is true, Niall would definitely be down to get closer to the Burn songstress.
Niall once said:
Maybe Rihanna isn't quite the wild child, party girl she makes herself out to be??
But a wobbly walking, arms flailing stumble at a concert does not an inappropriate drunk make.
An insider revealed RiRi was just being RiRi:
Rihanna apparently got so drunk off
a plethora of perfectly delicious pierogis booze at the Heineken Open'er Festival in Gdynia, that she was promptly escorted off the premises!
…or were her bodyguards merely making sure she didn't stumble any more than she already had??
Ch-ch-check out her drunken, stumble-y concert catastrophe…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
We could listen to her croon alllllll dayyyy!
In her new single, off the Smoakstack Sessions Vol. 2, Kellz does a seamless mashup of Alanis's I Would Be Good and Kings of Leon’s Use Somebody.
Her voice is so fierce and the lyrics are beyond powerful. She even shouts out the haterz!
Ch-ch-check out the lyrical magic (above)!
Every time we think she's outdone herself, she goes and performs something even better than the last!
Kelly Clarkson's "fan request" portion of her concerts across the states has brought us all some absolutely INCREDIBLE covers of a wide variety of hits, ranging from No Doubt to Gotye to The Pretenders, and her stint in Mansfield, MA last night was NO exception!
Her latest request from an audience member was none other than