The pop sensation sat down with the host of Extra recently for an incredibly charming and informative interview, during which they discussed her upcoming Las Vegas residency, rumored to kick off in November, as well as how two personal trainers and a whole 'lotta yoga keep her body banging…and even some hints about the new musical collaborations coming soon on her eighth studio album!
But not just that, either! She even talks about her song for The Smurfs soundtrack, Ooh La La!
Give it a watch (above)!
Mark our words, folks! This is quickly becoming the YEAR of the Brit Brit!
Can't wait to see her completely DOMINATE! How about U?!
Hide your kitties because one of our favorite aliens of all time is coming back into our lives at some point in the future.
Sony Pictures Animation has acquired the rights to the character from the classic 80s sitcom and will be working on producing a live-action/CG feature, which will be similar in style to The Smurfs.
In case you forgot about this pop culture gem, ALF was about an "alien life form" named Gordon Shumway who crash landed on Earth and moved in with a suburban family for weekly HIGHlarity between 1986 and 1990.
If the producers behind the family flick can turnThe Smurfs into a $563 million hit, than we have faith they can do the same, if not even better, with ALF!
We'll miss the puppet, but are looking forward to seeing the creature's updated design. Are U?
Like all mediocre Hollywood franchise movies these days, three is the magic number and The Smurfs is no different.
Even though the sequel won't be released until July 31, 2013, Sony is already prepping a third. Since the first installment made $563 million worldwide, the studio has hired writers to work on the threequel's screenplay.
Sure, the NPH movie was panned by critics and audiences alike, but guess what? Money talks!
Are U innerested in seeing The Smurfs in not one, but TWO more adventures?
But that's not saying much! It's the slowest weekend in more than a year overseas!
Despite only grossing $10.7 million from 5,400 locations in 67 foreign theatrical markets, The Smurfs has topped the box office for the EIGTH consecutive week in a row, totaling its off-shore gross to about $380.8 million, mainly thanks to South Africa, Australia, Italy, and Germany!
Meanwhile, Friends With Benefits holds at second place, with number one spots in Brazil and Finland, and Rowan Atkinson's still-unreleased in the United States Johnny English Reborn taking the third, having made $8.4 million from 2,313 screens, including Hong Kong, Norway, and Spain!