It's Catey Shaw! We knew she looked and sounded familiar when we heard her new song, Run, Run, Run, so we did a little digging on our site and were reminded that she entered our "Can YOU Sing?" contest twice back in 2011!
She is now focusing on her own original music and it's great to see her developing her craft!
Catey Shaw is like Meiko with a ukelele - and that's a great compliment!
And with her new song Run, Run, Run she's also exploring beats!
Check out the cute and quirk above! And, like we said, she's still developing - so the music video is and looks low budget - but the song is ace!
Check out this awesome video of Olympic diver Matthew Mitcham coving Beyoncé's Single Ladies (above)!
ON A UKELELE!
He said this about it:
"Someone on twitter asked me to upload a video of me playing the ukulele. I profess to be neither a great instrumentalist nor singer. I'm just an Olympic diver who likes to strum away in his spare time."
Last night, Ryan Gosling sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to talk about his new movie, Blue Valentine. Apparently, one scene in the movie involved Ryan serenading that uber-lucky Michelle Williams with a little diddy on his trust ukelele. Turns out, he actually does know how to play, so Jimmy asked him if he wouldn't mind performing for the crowd.
From the first note out of his tiny guitar, we were mesmerized. (Too bad Jimmy had to make it all about him!)
Check out the video (above) to see Ryan and Jimmy sing You Always Hurt the One You Love.
He reportedly was busted for minor in possession of alcohol in 2001 (when he was 19-20 years old), for unlawful use of a license in 2002, and seven times for speeding between 2000-2012. He was even charged with leaving the scene of an accident once before in 2002, but that was later amended.
But those violations pale in comparison to the bust that could damn him to a murder charge. As we previously reported, he's already been busted for a DUI (though it was called an OWI in Iowa) back in 2005. He got 60 days in jail, a year probation, and a fine of $500.
Doesn't seem like much of a penalty to us. But it could change everything for him now. Legal expert Troy Slaten explained to E! News why: