Gwen Stefani has shared a ten-second teaser clip of the video for her new single "Spark the Fire." The track's video, which she shared in teaser during an appearance on Ellen, was produced by her "Hollaback Girl" collaborator Pharrell Williams. Gwen is seen busting moves in the video while text bubbles and emojis pop up across the screen.
The Grammy Museum has confirmed plans for a new exhibit dedicated entirely to Taylor Swift. Bob Santelli, executive director of the Grammy Museum, who broke news of the new exhibit says they're thrilled to bring Taylor's success story to their guests. "Global superstar Taylor Swift is one of popular music's biggest talents whose music is beloved by millions of fans worldwide."
Jordin Sparks has released a remix of Drake's track "How Bout Now. "The singer, who recently called it quits with Jason DeRulo, puts her ex to shame offering up her side of the story. "Remember I deleted all my other guys' numbers out my phone for ya? / Remember when you broke your neck and I had to wash your back for ya?" she sings.
Sting is set to join his own Broadway musical The Last Ship. The singer will be playing the role of Jackie White, which is the role currently being played by Sting's best friend Jimmy Nail. "Big shoes to fit," noted Sting of Nail. "But he's passed me the baton for five weeks."
Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea performed their sensual duet "Booty" on the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night. The two ladies closed out the awards show with the show stopping number. JLO donned a black and white leotard while Azalea showed off her assets in a glittery metallic leotard. During the song there were moments where Azalea smacked JLO's booty and they twerked.
Ariana Grande has released her new holiday track, "Santa Tell Me." The "Problem" singer wishes for Santa Claus to bring her a true love that lasts in the song. "Santa tell me if you're really there / Don't make me fall in love again if he won't be here next year," she sings before being joined by a choir.