A video by the GOP congresswoman has been given a comic remix on Twitter—and Smash Mouth had some choice words about their song being used.
"I can do it if you'd like," Styles said to the fan holding up a sign asking for his help sharing the message with her mother.
The undisputed Queen of Christmas is back: Mariah Carey has teased new holiday music to get us feeling festive this year.
From "Mamma Mia" to "Dancing Queen," here are the certified Abba bops that have charted the highest on the Billboard Hot 100.
Lisa, Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie shared a speech calling on the world leaders gathered at COP26 to act urgently.
A founding member of The Gap Band, Wilson passed away last week after suffering a stroke.
In an Instagram post, Britney Spears accused her mother, Lynne Spears, of "secretly ruining my life" with controversial conservatorship.
Oscar's owner took to the internet to attempt to find out what the songs all have in common and why he likes them so much.
Jessica Simpson took to Instagram to share an image of herself amid her struggles as she marked four years of sobriety.
"I look...I look like Lizzo?!," Lizzo responded to a group of people recognizing the singer under her disguise.
Fans of each song were able to create at-home Dolly Parton and Hozier mashups, with some even dubbing it part of the "simulation."
A 93-year-old who barely remembers his granddaughter's name was intrigued and delighted when she sat down to play his piano.
The Taliban's strict interpretation of Islam states that music is not permitted under Sharia Law.
Mariah Carey has even waded into the debate over the bar's controversial rules on the festive favorite.
Yung Miami released the video for her raunchy track "Rap Freaks" on Friday—and a host of stars were mentioned in her fantasy list.
Bella Hadid shared a post on Instagram after Zayn Malik denied reports that he had "struck" the Hadid sisters' mother, Yolanda Hadid.
Zayn Malik has "adamantly" denied allegations he "struck" Gigi Hadid's mother, Yolanda Hadid.
Record label KQ Entertainment has announced plans to take legal action and pursue "punishment without any leniency" after the surveillance gadget was found on the boy band's bus.
Tickets to the July shows will cost fans up to £579.95 ($797.79 USD) depending on how close they want to be to the songstress.
A video showing what English sounds like to non-speakers has baffled internet users—"My brain isn't functioning."
After Ed Sheeran revealed he's been diagnosed with COVID-19, his performance on the November 6 episode of "SNL" alongside Kieran Culkin has been put into doubt.
"It's possible that he's not lying," DEVO founder Gerald Casale told Newsweek. "But certainly it's not because of DEVO that he didn't get his money."
Paul Brenner of the indie band from Rochester, New York, found a nasty surprise in a clothing delivery.
An anonymous female Twitter user accused All Time Low band member Jack Barakat of sexual assault, which allegedly began when she was 15 years old.
"Prince is a Minnesota icon. He showed that it was OK to be a short, Black kid from Minneapolis and still change the world," Representative Ilhan Omar said.
Singer and rapper Giselle, of K-pop group aespa, faced backlash after she was seen mouthing a racial slur in a behind-the-scenes video.
For their new album "Future Past," the famed British band collaborated with the electronic music pioneer.
"Piano Prince" Li Yundi, 39, was recently arrested along with a 28-year-old sex worker, according to Beijing police.