Faith Hill may have met her match.
During her Soul II Soul tour stop, the songstress met Rosie, who she called a fellow "Mississippi Girl." The backstory here is that Faith somehow got a video of little Rosie singing her songs. So, when the tiny fan entered the meet-and-greet, Faith treated her like she was the star.
Faith was also more than eager to sing with Rosie. The pair started into a rendition of "Mississippi Girl" and it's probably one of the sweetest things that I've ever seen. Watch it:
Lauryn Judd's talents were so impressive during her acoustic remix of Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," Alicia Keys thought she was listening to a duet. Turns out, it was just Lauren, a 17-year-old from Utah, who is known as the singing girl" amongst her friends.
Judd's remix of the Lauper classic remained in the same vocal register, but had a much more mellow vibe.
Keys, Gwen Stefani, and Blake Shelton turned their chairs during the blind audition on "The Voice," prompting Blake to say, "Two fun girls just turned their chair for ya... I would love to be somebody who helps you."
In the end, Judd went with Keys.
It's only been one night, but the "The Voice" has already gifted us with, what may be, my favorite moment of all 12 seasons.
After performing a stunning rendition of Etta James' "All I Can Do is Cry," 28-year-old Felicia Temple earned three chair turns from coaches Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton -- side note: Adam, what were you thinking?
But, before she had a chance to choose her coach, Alicia joined the singer (who was once nicknamed "Felicia Keys") on stage for an out-of-this-world performance of "Fallin'."
Like, I can't really put into words how good these two sound together, so you'll just have to listen.
Since its release in mid-January, the track has been playing non-stop on the radio, performed at numerous awards shows and constantly stuck in my head -- which I honestly don't mind.
Well, in celebration of the song's success (or maybe just because it's stuck in their heads too), a musical group called Walk Off the Earth covered the tune -- and it's awesome.
Using drainage pipe, kids toys and cereal (or something) in a bowl, the group put their own unique twist on Ed's typically guitar-heavy, looper-driven track.
And honestly, if you closed your eyes, you would have no idea they weren't playing real instruments.
I'm so impressed.
This is something I never would've thought to do -- but it makes so much sense!
Recently, the people at Pattycake Productions turned a series of Taylor Swift songs into a brilliant Cinderella-inspired musical called "Cinderswift."
Throughout the video, we see the typical characters (Cinderella, the Evil Step Sisters, the Fairy Godmother, etc.) act out the classic play, but with the twist of contemporary Taylor songs like "Mean," "22" and "Shake It Off."
I'm honestly so impressed.
They crew has also produced other musicals like:
"The Walking Dead: a Sia Unexpected Musical,"
and "The Will.of.Oz."
Not only has the show provided a totally unique and unvisited storyline, killer special effects and a fresh crew of young actors, but it has also gifted us with an incredible sound track -- like, you should listen to it right now.
Well, in celebration of the show and its sound track, Nicholas Yee, Adam Caulfield and Katherine Pernal have recreated the theme song with their cellos -- and it's incredible.
Turning the somewhat creepy tune into a melodic, soothing piece, the trio has totally blown me away with their take on the track.
Take a listen below.
After the impressive performance, judge Simon Cowell called the 12-year-old talent "the next Taylor Swift," and we totally agree. Not only does Grace have a stunning, unique voice, undeniable musical talent and an adorable personality, but she also has a flair for penning her own songs -- she truly is the full package.
Recently, via her YouTube channel, Grace shared a cover of pop icon Katy Perry's smash hit "I Kissed a Girl." Transforming the normally upbeat dance tune into a ukelele-heavy ballad, Grace totally blew us away -- yet again.
Halfway through her (first) performance, the British songstress stopped the music saying, "I know this is live TV, I'm sorry, ...can we please start it again?"
Though her vocals and the music sounded beautiful to the viewers, something struck Adele as being off. And, in a brave, honest moment, she thought it best to swallow her pride and start again.
So, after an enthusiastic, supportive uproar from the audience, Adele went on to give a flawless performance.
Now, Adele has revealed what exactly happened that made her want to start over, her nerves.
"I was devastated by that, and my rehearsal — I did have a shaky rehearsal today," she told reporters. "But I have been working very hard on this tribute for him, every day."
As she explained to the audience, Adele was determined to give George the performance he deserved -- and, in her eyes, the first time wasn't that.
"She was super nervous going into tonight," a production source told People. "She cleared out the stadium for her rehearsal, but it went really well."
"I really do apologize for swearing," Adele said as she accepted her award for Song of the Year, "George Michael, I love him. He means a lot to me, so I'm really sorry if I offended anyone anywhere."
You go, girl.