Have you heard Maria Aragon sing yet? If you haven't, you should check out the 10-year-old's rendition of Lady Gaga's new single "Born This Way."
It's so good, in fact, that it made Gaga tear up with emotion. She tweeted: "Can't stop crying watching this. This is why I make music. She is the future."
But the story doesn't end there. Maria got the chance to chat with the pop star when Gaga called in to Toronto's Virgin Radio 99.9.
Morning talk show hosts Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa can now add their names to the long list of celebrities who can do the “dougie” thanks to none other than Justin Bieber.
The Biebs stopped by “Live with Regis and Kelly” to talk about his upcoming movie “Never Say Never,” and by the end of the show somehow ended up on stage with the co-hosts breaking it down. It may be one of the funniest renditions of the dance since Doug E. Fresh taught it to Wolf Blitzer during the Soul Train Awards.
In addition to the dougie, Regis and Kelly also did the “wheelchair” and a little freestyling of their own. Maybe they should consider joining the cast of “Dancing With the Stars.”
Gwyneth Paltrow may have rocked it on this week's episode of "Glee," but there are a few people who aren't so happy with her performance - like the Lohans.
In between the singing and dancing, the show poked fun at Lindsay Lohan's stints in rehab. Paltrow's character Holly Holiday, who was subbing as a Spanish teacher, tried to teach the students how to say things like, "Lindsay Lohan is totally crazy, right?" and, "How many times has Lindsay been in rehab?"
In a statement from Dina Lohan's attorney on behalf of Dina and her children, the family says they were hurt by the jokes, adding, " we are sadly disappointed in the writers’ choice to have such a huge talent like Gwyneth Paltrow relay such hurtful words against a contemporary."
"Glee" and the show's network, Fox, declined to comment.
What do you think? Was "Glee" out of line with the LiLo jokes?
Things aren’t looking so hot for boy band sensation the Jonas Brothers.
First Demi Lovato quits their tour, then the Disney Channel cancels their show "Jonas LA," and now musician Jason Mraz claims they ripped off one of his songs.
Skeptics and hardcore Jo Bros fans might be thinking that this just can’t be true, but take a listen before you decide. The Jonas Brothers' new single "Introducing Me" does sound surprisingly similar to Mraz’s hit, "I’m Yours."
However, Mraz says he’s not planning on suing them. All he wants, he jokingly added, is his $1.29 back for downloading the band’s new single on iTunes.
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