The Cyrus family are heading to YouTube, possibly without Miley. Billy Ray, Tish, Brandi, Trace and Noah are getting ready to launch their first YouTube channel called "Seriously Cyrus." We have one question for the fam: are they serious?
The first ever YouTube Music Awards went down last weekend and to say it was like any other awards show would be an understatement. We’re just going to say it – it was awkward. From strange wins to interruptions that we’re not really sure if they were supposed to be a part of the show or not, it was just an all-around mess.
YouTube is a great way for aspiring musicians to get noticed, and these days, tons of singers get worldwide recognition from posting unique song covers online.
In Cover This, we're bringing you our favorite YouTube covers of the week from well-known cover singers who've already made a name for themselves, as well as those who may be getting their own big break by putting a twist on songs we already know and love.
Sweet Brown may not have time for bronchitis, but she does have time to star in commercials.
The YouTube sensation who became famous for her catchphrase "Ain't nobody got time for that!" is now starring in several ads for local businesses. The pairing makes sense when you think about it. Bad service, high prices, inconvenience? Ain't nobody got time for that! But can this sassy lady ride a catchphrase all the way to the bank?
She certainly wouldn't be the first to do so. Check out five other stars who took their YouTube infamy and turned it into an actual career!
Our favorite musical sisters Cimorelli got their start the old-fashioned way: by posting music covers on YouTube. Okay, so, maybe that's NEW fashioned, but forward two years -- the girls have released three EPs, signed to Universal and developed a dedicated fan base. Not too shabby.
Since we’re clearly major fans of these talented sisters, we’re highlighting some of our favorite covers by them in this week’s Cover This! And if you don’t follow Hollywire on Twitter yet, you might want to get on that considering that Cimorelli will be taking over our Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, February 27th at 3pm PST/ 6pm EST for half hour! Get those questions ready!
Another week, another batch of song covers from aspiring musicians hoping to get noticed on the Internet!
In Cover This, we're bringing you our top five favorite YouTube covers of the week from well-known singers who've already made a name for themselves as well as those who may be getting their big break by putting a twist on songs we already know and love.
This week we have an alum from Season Three of The Voice, a British band taking on Beyonce and more --check it out after the jump!
A stripped down song means a (literally) stripped down Rihanna!
The singer debuted the music video for her new single "Stay" on Monday, and although the storyline is quite simple (a girl crying in a bathtub), RiRi obviously brings some sex appeal to the raw and emotional shoot. While much of the vid is artistically shot close-ups to show that real emotion, we do get to see some shots of Rihanna sprawled out in water, yep, totally naked.