Green Day's Mike Dirnt comes in second in a golf tournament, Florence Welch scotches rumors she's starting her own fashion line with Top Shop, and Christina Aguilera goes into the studio with former Madonna producer. We thought she wanted to be Mariah Carey.
O'Connor has made a shocking transformation from the bald, beautiful, doe-eyed temptress who tore up a photograph of the pope on SNL more than a decade ago. Aguilera is apparently still ... difficult to work with.
Rock fans call her sound folksy, and folk enthusiasts call it pop, but it was her self-branded “post-brontosaurus indie folk crunk” -- a quirky nod to her hometown of Atlanta -- that caught the attention of a casting director for a new NBC reality show, and would eventually lead this bubbly singer-songwriter to an unexpected detour in her musical career.
With voting complete and the season finale of NBC's hit reality show quickly approaching, all four finalists from Team Christina, Team Adam, Team Blake, and Team Cee Lo could easily end up being named "The Voice."
I'm not saying that royally screwing up is sexy, nor recommended. It's just human. The sexy part is when you embrace the discomfort of it all and stop trying to protect your fragile ego by either pretending it didn't happen, or blaming it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol.