You don't want to mess with Lily Allen. In her bold new music video for 'Sheezus,' the title track off of her upcoming album, the outspoken British singer gets a little psychedelic and freely shouts out -- and even throws a little shade -- at her fellow female pop stars.
Lorde covers the May 2014 issue of Teen Vogue, wrapped in red and looking unconventionally beautiful. In the behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot, the singer talks why BFFing with Taylor Swift works and how she hopes she inspires young girls.
The second day of Coachella 2014 continued Saturday with a stellar lineup of bands that not only included big name acts such as Lorde, Pharrell Williams, Capital Cities, CHVRCHES, Skrillex and Foster the People, but also brought out some really amazing surprise guests, including Gwen Stefani, Jay-Z …
Lorde joined the surviving members of Nirvana to perform 'All Apologies' at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2014 Induction Ceremony, which took place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday, April 10. St. Vincent and Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon were also onsta…
What a year for Lorde! Not only did the 17-year-old Australia native burst onto the scene with her smash hit 'Royals' and her debut album, 'Pure Heroine,' but for the first time ever she is also up for a dozen Billboard Music Awards in a whopping 12 out of 40 categories.
Days after sharing an unretouched photo, celebrating her flaws, Lorde covers the May 2014 issue of Fashion, the Canadian mag, looking glam in gold, textured dress with voluminous sleeves. She also showed her humble side, eschewing the notion that she is a musical genius!
Flaws are OK. That is what singer Lorde is preaching on Twitter, but the singer, who we need to remember is just 17, is not paying lip service to the concept. She is not showing -- she is doing. She shared an Photoshopped image and a real one, pointing out the difference.