Listen, I get it. I love Taylor Swift. Once, after Red came out, I asked my friends if they wanted to have an informal discussion group about it. Kind of like a book club, but about an album. No one wanted to be in it, but maybe I should've asked Katy Perry because she still has things to say about Tay.
[Watch] Charlie Worsham, Charles Kelley, Hunter Hayes, Lindsay Ell Cover John Mayer Tunes in Epic Fashion
Charlie Worsham is in the business of giving back and for the third time this month he hosted a benefit concert for his Follow Your Heart Scholarship Fund. The fund provides guitars and lessons to kids in his home state of Mississippi and his most recent sold out show was a guitar lover's dream come true.
Worsham gathered a few of his famous Nashville friends and put on a #JohnMayerthon for those in attendance at Basement East in Nashville. Each guest got to play their favorite Mayer tune and eventually, they all came together for one hell of a performance of "Daughters."
Scott Borchetta Says You Can Expect New Taylor Swift Music "At Some Point," Which is Not Good Enough For Me
When Taylor Swift was 14-years-old there weren't a lot of record executives trying to sign her. Save Scott Borchetta, the President/CEO of Big Machine Label Group. Swift was the first artist Borchetta signed in 2005 and well, you know the rest.
When little kids appear on reality TV talent shows you never know what to expect-- will it be cute? Hilarious? Awful? Or absolutely incredible? Angelica Hale falls into the last category.
Remember this day, because there is no turning back from this day-- the day that Spin1038.com accused Taylor Swift of being carried out of her New York City apartment in a giant suitcase to avoid photographers.
Kelsea Ballerini and Hillary Scott are Covering Beyonce's "Crazy in Love" Together (With a Few Dance Moves) and It's Pretty Amazing
Hillary Scott was one of Kelsea Ballerini's musical idols growing up, but since Kelsea launched onto the scene 2 years ago, the two have become great friends and even tourmates. Once, Keslea was being interviewed on the GRAMMY red carpet and she stopped mid-interview to talk about Hillary on the nearby monitor, calling her, "like a sister."
Most recently, Hillary offered up advice for Kelsea's tour set and really encouraged her to sing with a lot of emotion. Fortunately, this was one time Kelsea didn't take Hillary's advice and do an interpretive dance to "Peter Pan."
Just a month after being born and 2 weeks to the day that their father Jay-Z admitted to not being faithful to their mother, Beyonce, the Carter twins have been seen publicly for the first time.
Sir and Rumi Carter were very much asleep as Beyonce held them and wore a Palomo Spain get-up, which looked a lot like her maternity photo shoot from February. That shoot sent the Internet into a tizzy, as people were convinced she went to a JC Penney portrait studio for the images. This photo was clearly taken at the family's rented beach house in Malibu, in front of the sprawling Pacific Ocean.
In the past month, Lorde has totally not nailed questions about being friends with Taylor Swift. First, she compared their friendship to like having an autoimmune disease, then she basically said she was not in the squad with one big giant eye roll.
The first gaffe was more of a knock on Lorde's sensitivity than Taylor, seeing as how it probably really is hard to go places with her and do normal things. Crisis handled.
The second one was pretty blatant. And that eye roll. Oh, that eye roll.
Now, Lorde has issued an apology. A big one. Like, one so apologetic it almost seems not real. Or maybe she feels really bad.
She doesn't like the word squad. She's not in a secret cult and Taylor is "faithfully my person."