Put a candle in that peanut butter, bacon, and banana sandwich—because Elvis Presley would've been 79 years young today!
In honor of the legend's birthday, we've collected our favorite celeb versions of his most ionic jams to enjoy!
Stars like Justin Timberlake, Miranda Lambert, and more have shown their love by covering some of the hip machine's most popular tracks!
Ch-ch-check out all the Viva Las MAGIC in tribute…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Before Gwen Stefani went from Just a Girl to not a Hollaback Girl, there was No Doubt in all its glory!
In some rare footage, No Doubt performs Big City Train at a concert back in 1989 at the Ford Theater!
Wish you could go back in time and watch them back in the 80s but don't have a DeLorean? Have no
fear doubt, because we have the locomotive performance here!
Ch-ch-check out the vintage rendition…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
It's hard to top Justin Bieber and Kristen Stewart's, but this is still HIGHlarious!
Jimmy Kimmel strikes again with his "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" segment, this time with Jessica Simpson, Jessica Alba, Zach Braff and so much more.
LOLz, and the best reaction award goes to Elisabeth Moss!
Check out all the celebs and their mean tweets (above)!!!
Well hay you glowing, golden Goddess!
Gwen Stefani looked positively RADIANT while walking to a recording studio in West Hollywood yesterday and seemed to be in a very "zen" state of mind…
So much so that she threw up a peace sign to the watching papz (above)!
Oooo we hope this positive energy is indicative of good things when it comes to No Doubt's under construction album!
Cause we don't think our hearts could take it if their next record doesn't at least do better than their last effort, Push and Shove.
But hey, you win some, you lose some right? Right.
Gwen Stefani posted this 'family portrait' over the weekend (above), alerting the world of No Doubt's determined endeavors in the studio! Woohoo!
As we previously discussed, the band decided to postpone their tour to work on ANOTHER new album for their dedicated fans. And as much as we hate having to wait even longer to see them live, it was probably the smartest decision.
The band walked in hot water during the promotion of their last album, as their music video for Looking Hot offended Native American communities for its insensitive nature.
So it's probably best that they wanna bring something with a better taste before they hit the road. Plus, fans will end up getting EXTRA music to see live. And that's always pretty sweet.
Word hard and play hard, dudes and dudette! We can't wait to see what you create!
[Image via Twitter.]
They are HUNGRY!! DRIVEN!!
…and kind of disappointing.
The fans who wanted to see No Doubt live on their expected tour will now have to wait even longer, but it's all for the greater good, they promise!!
Feeling the fever of their "muse," the band posted the following statement on their Facebook, explaining their decision to postpone the tour for a new album:
Maroon 5 is certainly feeling the love tonight.
The band is riding high as they were named the Favorite Band at The 2013 People’s Choice Awards!
After being up against powerhouse bands like Green Day, Linkin Park, No Doubt and Train, Maroon 5 accepted the award given by the fans.
Frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine did the honors of thanking the fans and listeners for continuing to support them.
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