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Selena Gomez Who? Hailee Steinfeld Doesn’t Know The Lyrics To “Hands To Myself”

Hailee SteinfeldWhile touring overseas, Hailee Steinfeld stopped by Malaysian radio station Hitz FM. The singer took part in a musical mash-up that put her covering skills to the test. Hailee took on Justin Bieber, Troye Sivan and Jessie J, but she seemed to trip up when it came time to recognize Selena Gomez’s “Hands To Myself.”

Check out the video below.

What do you think of Hailee’s covers?

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Billboard Teases Jessie J’s Remake Of “Grease Is The Word” For “Grease: Live”

Jessie J Sings Grease Is The WordBillboard has shared an exclusive teaser of Jessie J’s “Grease Is The Word” cover. Jessie will be performing the iconic song during the opening of “Grease: Live.”

The singer admits in the interview that she is keeping the song’s melody very similar to the original version, with just a touch of her personal flare. She also admits, “There’s no pressure like being the first one on stage. I love that rush of the nerves I’m going to get, I just feel very honored and very lucky that I’ve been asked to experience something like this.”

The “Price Tag” singer will join Boys II Men and DNCE as musical performers during the TV special.

Listen to the clip below.

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Miley Cyrus Covers Up And Sings At World AIDS Day Event

Miley Cyrus Covers Up And Sings At World AIDS Day EventU2 frontman Bono hosted yesterday’s World AIDS Day event at Carnegie Hall honoring ONE and (RED). Miley Cyrus showed and showed up in a rather tame-looking outfit compared to her usual looks.

Rolling Stone reports that the singer took the stage and said, “I just turned 23 and I know I will live in an AIDS-free world.” Miley performed alongside Jessie J and Bono and sang “One.” Miley seemed to stumble over the lyrics at one point.

Miley also sang stripped-down versions of a few songs from her album “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz.” She then brought out her guitar for a new, unnamed song dedicated to a recently-deceased friend.

Check out more photos of Miley’s getup and a couple of videos from last night’s World AIDS Day event below.

(Photo credit: spacebootz, divinity cyrus, mileycyrus_zone Instagram accounts, and @tastedcyrus, @etalkCTV, @Smileer_4everr, @DailyMailCeleb Twitter accounts)

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Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly And More Declare “We Love Disney” On New Album

Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly And More On We Love Disney AlbumThe “We Love Disney” tribute album dropped today. The album includes covers of some of the most popular Disney songs, including an Ariana Grande “Zero To Hero” cover from “Hercules.”

Also on the album are Tori Kelly’s cover of “Colors of the Wind” from “Pocahontas” and Jessie J’s version of “Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid.” The most surprising cover might be a countryfied version of “Let It Go” from “Frozen” by Rascal Flatts and “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale.

All of the artists on the album also teamed up to for a new version of “It’s A Small World.”

Listen to the deluxe album below.

What do you think of the songs? Do you have a favorite?

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Jessie J Wears Cornrows Despite Current Culture War Debates

Jessie J Is Now Rocking CornrowsJessie J was seen in New York City earlier today rocking some freshly braided cornrows. As recently as yesterday, she had been spotted with straight hair. The “Bang Bang” singer is in town for the “JBL Live at Pier 97″ concert.

The British singer either wasn’t aware or wasn’t too concerned about the criticism that American celebs like Kylie Jenner and Miley Cyrus have received for wearing the hair style, because she was all smiles and peace signs while walking down the street.

Some critics hold that any wearing of cornrows by people not of African descent represents a form of cultural appropriation. Other critics feel that people of non-African descent can wear cornrows without giving insult, if sensitivity is shown to the origins of the style and if the cornrows are not used to perpetuate any exaggerated racial or cultural stereotypes.

Check out more pictures of Jessie J and her new hairstyle below. 

What do you think of Jessie J’s new look? Does she deserve the same criticism as Kylie and Miley, or not?


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