it kinda sounds like Demi ripped off Katy Perry's I Kissed a Girl song... but tell me what do you think of her new song. watch Below...
 

Looks like the drama between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez is far from being over.

 

Justin dropped the music video for his latest single, Skrillex and Diplo's "Where Are U Now," on Monday, in which fans see a much more vulnerable side of the 21-year-old singer. In the video, people are asked to come into a gallery and graffiti over photos of his face. At one point during the trippy video, the writing spells out, "Where r now, Selena."

 

 

"Justin wrote this record during a tough time in his life and it comes to us that sometimes, as artists, we are also just objects and we have to take that as much as we have to use that to create," Skrillex and Diplo wrote in a statement accompanying the video on YouTube. "We all do this for you, respect that you put us here and it's Ü that made the video."

Aside from looking pretty somber, Justin also shows off some dance moves in the video. Fast-forward to the 1:37 mark to see Justin's signature swagger.

 

With lyrics like, "Now I'm all alone and my joys turned to moping/Tell me, where are you now that I need you?/ Couldn't find you anywhere/When you broke down I didn't leave ya/I was by your side/where are you now that I need ya?" it isn't hard to imagine the song is about his on-again, off-again relationship with Selena.

 

But is Selena moving on with ... Ed Sheeran?! The two had dinner at the Sunset Towers Hotel last Thursday before hitting up "Nobody Love" singer Tori Kelly's release party together, which they reportedly left five minutes after Justin showed up. Watch below:

 

Looks like the drama between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez is far from being over.

 

Justin dropped the music video for his latest single, Skrillex and Diplo's "Where Are U Now," on Monday, in which fans see a much more vulnerable side of the 21-year-old singer. In the video, people are asked to come into a gallery and graffiti over photos of his face. At one point during the trippy video, the writing spells out, "Where r now, Selena."

 

"Justin wrote this record during a tough time in his life and it comes to us that sometimes, as artists, we are also just objects and we have to take that as much as we have to use that to create," Skrillex and Diplo wrote in a statement accompanying the video on YouTube. "We all do this for you, respect that you put us here and it's Ü that made the video."

 

Aside from looking pretty somber, Justin also shows off some dance moves in the video. Fast-forward to the 1:37 mark to see Justin's signature swagger. 

 

With lyrics like, "Now I'm all alone and my joys turned to moping/Tell me, where are you now that I need you?/ Couldn't find you anywhere/When you broke down I didn't leave ya/I was by your side/where are you now that I need ya?" it isn't hard to imagine the song is about his on-again, off-again relationship with Selena.

 

But is Selena moving on with ... Ed Sheeran?! The two had dinner at the Sunset Towers Hotel last Thursday before hitting up "Nobody Love" singer Tori Kelly's release party together, which they reportedly left five minutes after Justin showed up. Watch below:

Justin Timberlake is the ultimate wedding guest.

Following the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision to legalize gay marriage across the nation on Friday, Jessica Biel's friend Dana Panzer married Amy Wicker, and Justin Timberlake was there to make their day even more special.

Just as we hoped, he didn't just show up as a guest to celebrate the occasion, he performed too!

 

"All the fellas gonna look at the ladies, who just got married tonight," Timberlake sang to the brides and their guests to the familiar tune of his hit, "Señorita." "And all the ladies gonna look at the ladies, you know what I'm saying?"

As the 34-year-old singer performed the Justified song, the happy brides took in the once-in-a-lifetime moment, singing along and looking at each other with love.

Ever the perfect entertainer, Timberlake even encouraged the brides to join in. "Amy, say 'It feels like something's heating up. Can I leave with you?'" he sang. "Dana, I don't know what I'm thinking about, really leaving with you," and they did just that.

But he didn't just perform that one song! Find out how he was able to "get Amy and Dana on the floor."

Love won on Friday, but for Dana and Amy, their wedding took the cake as they had one of the best wedding singers to top it all off!

No biggie. Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have been crowned by Forbes as 2015’s Highest-Paid Couple, kicking Beyonce and Jay Z out of the No. 1 spot on the list of the world’s highest-paid celebrity couples.


Swift and Harris (Tayvin, for us dedicated fans) cashed in a cool $146 million in the last year, dethroning Bey and Jay, who secured the second spot with $110.5 million. 

The “Shake It Off” singer’s 1989 album was the best-selling album of 2014, while the “Summer” producer casually holds the title of the world’s highest-paid DJ.


Swift also has endorsements including Diet Coke, Keds, and Sony, while Harris’ abs have been showcased in a campaign for Giorgio Armani’s line of underwear. 

Coming in third on the short list of three is country’s favorite couple, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert. The Academy of County Music awards Female Vocalist of the Year winner and Voice coach brought in $57 million this past year.

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