It has been announced that Katy Perry will be performing at the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show, according to CNN. The announcement was made by sportscaster Bob Costas during halftime of the Cowboys-Giants game on Sunday Night Football. Perry acknowledged the announcement on her Twitter feed while watching the game in Australia.
Lady Antebellum have released a parody video of "All About That Bass" to benefit No Shave November, an effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer treatment and prevention. In a video, Lady A do an acoustic version of the Meghan Trainor hit. According to St. Jude's child hospital, No Shave November is a great way to bring attention to the cause.
The songwriter who initially claims she discovered Lady Gaga has won a $7.3 million lawsuit, according to New York Post's Page Six. Wendy Starland, a California songwriter, first found Gaga singing at The Cutting Room in Manhattan in 2006. She also claims she introduced Gaga to pop producer Robert Fusari at a meeting in New Jersey.
Brad Pitt has been outspoken about his wish to play the role of Bruce Springsteen in an upcoming biopic. The 50-year-old actor desperately wants the chance to portray the rocker in a movie, aptly titled The Boss, according to Radar Online. "Bruce has had offers before and has always turned them down, but Brad's interest has caught his attention," a source said.
Coldplay's Chris Martin has revealed that Katy Perry, Nirvana and EDM inspired the track "A Sky Full Of Stars," which is featured on their latest release Ghost Stories. "I'll tell you the truth - I was listening to a lot of Katy Perry. A lot of her songs have the same chord sequence the whole time," Martin, 37, said in a new video for Beats by Dre.
Carrie Underwood, who announced her pregnancy at the recent CMA Awards, says that she and hockey player husband Mike Fisher found out the fetus' gender at a restaurant. Speaking with ABC, Carrie said that they didn't want to find out at the doctor's office. "It's kind of a sterile place. We got to see all the pictures and everything. It was really cool to see that . . ."