It seems like Kat Von D wasn't the only one with Jeffree Star issues!
He initially posted about his artwork being used for Jeffree's merch on Instagram:
[Image via Instagram.]
On Wednesday, The Voice of Holland's Jennie Lena joined forces with Idol's season 10 finalist Casey Abrams to let out their inner Danny and Sandy with this cool cover from Grease!
The singers teamed up for a stripped-down version of You're The One That I Want, and we're OBSESSED!
The two flaunted their impressive vocals while Casey plucked on a double bass and Jennie kept the beat with a shaker, in what might be the quirkiest collab ever!
We love it! Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
We were rooting for you, we were all rooting for you… and it paid off!
The super model will be joined by skateboard businessman (and Ridiculousness host) Rob Dyrdek and marketing specialist Rohan Oza on Funded, an entrepreneurial competition series that's being billed as a cross between The Voice and Shark Tank.
Tyra confirmed the good news in a statement on Wednesday, saying:
Christina Grimmie's loved ones still continue to mourn her death almost a month after her tragic shooting.
On Sunday, the singer posted a video on YouTube singing her new song, written after Grimmie was shot following her Orlando concert in June.
Ch-ch-check out the intimate, heartbreaking debut (below)!
A bit of inclement weather forced PBS to do the "patriotic thing" to enhance its fireworks coverage on Monday — which meant giving their viewers a good ol' dose of American bullsh*t!
The cable network got heat for using footage of old fireworks during the annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth special!
Since this year's event was affected by bad weather in the Washington D.C. area, producers of the holiday concert program included footage from past years' pyrotechnic displays in hopes to make the "best possible television viewing experience."
But the plan clearly backfired, as viewers took to social media to call out the assembled special — which was referred to as "the Milli Vanilli of fireworks." Ouch!
The broadcast got so much negative attention that PBS released a statement standing by their decision to use old footage, sharing on Twitter:
She gives 80s rock anthems an AH-mazing name!
Jennie Lena may have not won Holland's The Voice, but she certainly won us over with her vocal prowess!
Now, more people are falling in love with Lena's talent — including Postmodern Jukebox creator Scott Bradlee!
Ch-ch-check out the performance (above) to hear the songstress' powerhouse vocals!
It's been over two weeks now since Christina Grimmie was shot and killed outside a concert by a deranged fan and though there have been beautiful tributes, this most recent one might be the most emotional stirring yet!
The video shows a montage of clips from Grimmie's YouTube videos as well as her time on the NBC singing show, accompanied by her song With Love performed by a slew of her friends and fellow online artists.
Ch-ch-check out the incredibly emotional video (below) and make sure you have a tissue box ready!
This is so sad — and not a very welcome sight in addition to all of the tough news of the past week.
Mexican-born singer Alejandro 'Jano' Fuentes, a former finalist on his home country's version of The Voice, was shot multiple times in Chicago on Thursday before succumbing to his injuries on Saturday.
He was just 45 years old.
According to police, the man was shot outside Tras Bambalinas School, a performing arts school that he owned in Chicago, as he was celebrating his birthday.
A male suspect approached the victim — who was sitting in a car — and ordered him to get out.
When the victim refused, he was shot multiple times, after which the suspect fled on foot.
Even though Chicago Police did not confirm Fuentes' identity to media outlets, multiple local reports have independently confirmed that the victim in this tragedy is Fuentes.
Miguel Sanchez, one of Fuentes' friends, told the media about Jano: