Jennifer Lopez‘s new song “Everybody’s Girl,” which debuted on European radio stations Jan. 28, is a little different than the material we’re used to hearing from her — but sometimes change is good! Trust us, after a few listens “Everybody’s Girl” will grow on you. It’s got a more electronic vibe than J. Lo’s previous single “Louboutins,” and the intro sounds a lot like something you’d expect from Cobra Starship. In fact, we half expected to hear Leighton Meester‘s voice the first time we listened to the song. So you tell us: Are you embracing J. Lo’s new sound with open arms, or do you still pine for the days of “Waiting For Tonight” and “My Love Don’t Cost A Thing?” Click here to vote!
Blair Waldorf would not have approved of Leighton Meester‘s behavior last night when she performed at Las Vegas nightclub TAO. Dressed in a dark t-shirt, black pants and sneakers (we can practically hear Blair gasping for air) Leighton crawled around on the stage and belted out four songs, beginning with this past summer’s anthem “Good Girls Go Bad” — but, unfortunately, she had to do it without the boys of Cobra Starship. She moved right along to her other well-known ditty “Somebody to Love,” and ended the set with “Playing Games” and “Your Love’s A Drug.” Read more
What do you get when you take two young, hot starlets, put them on the same hit television show, but only give one of their albums play on that show? Lots of behind-the-scenes tension! Gossip Girl stars Taylor Momsen and Leighton Meester are not only rivals on the show, their competing music is making them rival rock stars as well. Sources tell HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, “Taylor is not happy that Gossip Girl has been playing Leighton’s music on the show, and they have never asked to play any of her songs. It’s creating a lot of tension on set.” Read more