Interestingly, Kim isn't wearing her wedding ring in them, so it's not clear when they were taken!
She lucked out though because
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
Lover of spiritual power ballads?
Rejoice! Melissa Etheridge is recording a new album and it’s going to be sing-a-long-a-licious.
Etheridge says of the new record:
The UK talent is serious in her desire to collaborate with the music heavyweights, and even though we're not sure if the world is ready for that, we'd LOVE to see her sing with the Sex on Fire band!!
Or even better — she and GaGa should Marry the Night together in the video! LOL!!
Okay, okay, enough with the silly, back to the serious (because, really, she is).
SuBo dreams big for her next album, saying:
How do we know? Their mommy told us!
Yes, the boys of Kings of Leon are on a bit of "break," shall we say, disappointing thousands of their fans by canceling their tour and splitting up to take care of some personal matters.
Still, even though the boys are on a bit of a hiatus, according to Caleb Followill's mother, we should't get too used to them being absent. Momma Betty Ann insists:
Yeah, this is going to be the start of something bad. Right, Ryan Murphy?
It doesn't seem like there are too many people in this business you have a soft spot for the Kings of Leon. There fans are loyal, for sure, but every time we turn around, we feel like there is someone with some major beef with them. This morning, it's Hanson.
In a new interview, the brothers laid in thick on the band for canceling their tour to deal with some issues, including Caleb Followill's "exhaustion." Issac, the eldest Hanson, explained:
Unfortunately, we saw this one coming.
Following the show, Caleb's brother Jared tweeted an apology to fans, and made it clear that there were BIGGER issues going on then just heat exhaustion.
Then yesterday we learned that all the U.S. shows in Kings of Leon's tour are being cancelled, and in a statement released by their rep, the reason given was that Caleb is "suffering from vocal issues and exhaustion."
Now, a source close to the band is saying that Caleb's big issue is actually related to alcohol: