Not only does L.A. Reid have the super talented Jason Brock in his X Factor Over 25s category, but David Correy also seems to be one to beat!
The tattooed crooner, who reminds us a bit of Travie McCoy but with a voice like Bruno Mars, seemed to win Justin Bieber as a fan with his rendition of Jessie J’s Domino!!
Check out David’s standout performance (above) during the judges' homes round!!
LOVE his voice and range!!! He really kept his cool and made sure he delivered!
We’ll have to wait until next week to see if David was good enough for L.A. to put through to the live shows, but we think he is definitely some stiff competition!
Oh boy! She's at it again!
Our favorite little fiery Latina La Coacha covered the red carpet at KIIS FM's famous summer concert Wango Tango in El Lay over the weekend and look who she ran into…
And so many others too!
She gets down and dirty with Ryan Seacrest, The Wanted, Kathy Griffin, Kat Graham, DJ Pauly D and oh, so much more!
PLUS, find out what happens when she asks Travis McCoy about his ex Katy Perry! AWK-WARD!
Check out all the HIGHlarity and celeb-filled red carpet action (above)!!!!!!
P.S. We could never REALLY fire you, La Coacha!!
Chaka Khan. Erykah Badu. Boyz II Men?
VH1 announced that there will be more Divas added to mix for their annual performance show, VH1 Divas.
The list includes English singers Estelle and Marsha Ambrosius, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings as well as the aformentioned Khan and Badu.
Male artists will also join the foray, including Travie McCoy and Boyz II Men.
This year, the show will
The Gym Class Heroes are enjoying their platinum success of Stereo Hearts right now, but frontman Travis McCoy isn't feeling so well physically.
He's already been to the hospital twice for a stomach virus. That doesn't seem to stop him from more planning, though.
It sure didn't take long for Bruno Mars and Cee Lo to pen
F**k You Forget You!
Bruno recently talked about what it was like working with Cee Lo and says the two got along so swimmingly, they wrote the hit single in two hours.
"We were just jamming. I was on piano and kept on repeating 'f**k you'. Within an hour or two we'd written the whole song with us going back and forth.
I was a big fan of Cee Lo and wanted to work with him for a long time. He was on Travie (McCoy)'s album, which I produced; he's on my album. We became so comfortable that every time we were in the studio [together] it was like 'The Comedy Store', we'd just be laughing, writing songs.
I should have kept the damn song."
Ha! Sounds like they had a fun time in the studio together! They made a huge hit - we think they should do some more collaborations together!
[Images via WENN.]