Jessie J has come to the aide of her "Bang Bang" track mate Ariana Grande, saying that rumors of her diva-like ways are exaggerated. Speaking with Us Weekly, Jess said that Ariana just knows "what she wants." "I've met Ariana, and there's a very thin line between 'diva' and 'survival.' And a lot of people can't [differentiate that] - and I've had that," she said.
Sting gave a voicemail message recording to an audience member during his recent Tonight Show appearance. Sting was appearing as a guest on Jimmy Fallon's late night show when he sang several falsetto scats of classic telephone ringtones, including "Xylophone" and "Marimba."
Fergie has released the music video for "L.A. Love (La La)," the DJ Mustard-produced lead single from her upcoming solo record. The lyric style vid shows the song's words written on baggage, passports, and other travel items. Ferg is currently working on her sophomore solo album with Mike WiLL-Made It. It is slated for release in 2015.
Beyoncé and Jay Z indulged in more art tourism when they attended the Frieze Art Fair in London. The couple, who posted snaps of themselves visiting the Louvre last week, visited London's Regent's Park, where the Frieze Art Fair was held. Beyoncé wore a black and white ensemble of a polka-dotted black and white skirt and black and white printed top with a black leather jacket.
A long lost Wings television commercial for their album Venus and Mars has surfaced in time for the album's reissue. The commercial, shot by Saturday Night and Sunday Morning director Karel Reisz, featured the band engaged in a game of pool. Paul McCartney dances around the pool table before the band's track "Listen to What the Man Says" kicks in.
Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan have been confirmed as headlining acts for the 2015 Country to Country festival, taking place in England, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. Other acts confirmed for the roving fest include Brandy Clark, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert and Kip Moore.