Miley Cyrus performed for KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
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Former frontman of The King Blues, iTCH, a.k.a Jonny Fox, is an up-and-coming street music artist from the UK widely known for his smooth raps and tatted style.
She Tweeted: “So excited to tell you that I’m going to be on the cover of @seventeenmag, and YOU get to help style my cover shoot! Follow @seventeenmag on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to vote now! #17lucy”View Slideshow »»
One Direction have been performing all week to screaming girls in the U.K. Photos of the band have been posted on Instagram from their concert in Cardiff on March 1 and 2. In one snapshot they’re seen singing high on stage.
This past Wednesday the boys were also in Glasgow where they got emotional singing their ballad Little Things. The Sun reports that Niall Horan started tearing up alongside Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson.View Slideshow »»
The 14-year-old also posted snapshots of herself chewing gum and posing with a Love sign.View Slideshow »»
Miley Cyrus was seen getting out of a car and heading to a studio in Studio City, Calif. on Friday (March 1). She wore a black pants, a cropped black shirt and Christian Louboutin flats.
Later in the day a fashion photographer snapped a picture of Miley on a skateboard. He wrote: “Only @MileyCyrus would be skating in her Loubs!!!!!”View Slideshow »»
Ashley Benson has been spending the past few days eating, shopping, and going to “the dark side” with dyed locks. According to her Instagram photos taken this week – she looks like she’s having a blast in New York City.
On Friday (March 1) She wrote: “It’s that time for some chickennnnnnn fingassss”View Slideshow »»
Ian Somerhalder goes shirtless on the March issue of Origin magazine. The Vampire Diaries star did the photo shoot in his living room on February 10 and gave fans a behind the scenes look via Instagram. In the interview – he answers the question on how the entertainment world can generate positive change.
He said, “I see massive potential for entertainment to create wide sweeping change. Take ryot.org for example. As one of the founders of RYOT, we really wanted a way to stay actively connected to the world at large.”