With additional reporting by Janelle Myers
Mother Monster Releases Her Jazz Song
Lady Gaga dropped another song with Tony Bennett called "Nature Boy" off of their duets album Cheek To Cheek, due out Tuesday (September 16). In the moments leading up to the early morning reveal, Gaga gave a brief history of the song's origins, explaining that it was "composed in 1941 by eden ahbez, a wandering man from Brooklyn with long hair" who traveled throughout Los Angeles eating only raw fruits and was recorded in 1947 by Nat King Cole.
MTV EMA Voting Is Open!
Seven is Katy Perry's lucky number - that's how many nominations she's received for the 2014 MTV EMA including the Best US Act (decide who the final nominee will be!) But she's got some tough competition (ahem, Beyoncé). Make sure you cast your vote for all the categories and watch the awards show on Sunday, November 9.
Revealing that he was high and drunk during all of his media interviews in 2013 is just one of the truths that Robin Thicke disclosed in a court deposition in a copyright lawsuit brought by the family of late R&B icon Marvin Gaye. In an interview with GQ in May 2013, he said that during the making of mega-hit "Blurred Lines" he told Pharrell, "Damn, we should make something like [Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up”], something with that groove," but he explained the soul singer was never brought up at all. Thicke also admitted that Pharrell is the sole songwriter behind the hit.
Hungry For More?
Katniss is back and more badass than ever in the trailer for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1."
One Jonas Brothers Big Day
Nick Jonas is celebrating his 22nd birthday today and releasing the music video to his song "Jealous," which features his beautiful girlfriend playing the cello in lingerie. While you're waiting, check out the previews and his 16 best buff body moments (if you're into that kind of thing).
Must-See Video Of The Day
"Orange Is the New Black" and "Golden Girls" aren't exactly similar, but this mashup of the drama and sitcom somehow makes perfect sense. A bunch of ladies hanging out in prison with an unbreakable bond set to "Thank You For Being a Friend"? I see it.