4December2013-Ellie Goulding-Cosmo UK

Ellie Goulding Covers ‘Cosmopolitan UK’

December 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ellie Goulding graces the cover of the January 2014 issue of ‘Cosmopolitan UK’ and she looks super fine in a shimmery cocktail dress. Lensed by Peter Pedonomou, she rocks a few other looks but more importantly, opens up about feeling “fat” and “insecure” – among other things – on the inside of the mag. Here’s...

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2013 has been a phenomenal year for Lorde and it has just been announced that she will be performing at the Grammy Awards nominations concert. ‘The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night’ airs live from Los Angeles at 10 PM ET on CBS this Friday. As is the new normal, the...

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Alicia Keys recorded her own version of PM Dawn’s hit ‘Die Without You’ back in June of 2007 ad last night (December 3rd), she released the song on her new website. “One of my favorite songs ever! Had to do My version! Shout out to PM dawn!,” she said of the track. ‘Die Without You’...

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Beyonce has been working endlessly with charities for quite some time now and late last night (December 3rd), she showcased one of her latest projects. She has partnered with Barnados in Australia to provide children’s services and support and in the clip, she surprises a group of children that remade her famous ‘Love On Top’...

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Lorde has just premiered the visual for her latest single ‘Team’ and in the clip, she takes her rightful place as the ruler of the world. Filmed in Red Hook, Brooklyn we see footage of the everyday activities of a society of children. Most of the cast is made up of boys who dangerously battle...

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DJ Earworm released his ‘United State Of Pop 2013’ mash-up a little earlier than usual – but hey, we aren’t complaining! This time around, the musical genius perfectly blended the 25 biggest songs of the year into one amazing mix. From ‘Royals’ to ‘Stay’ to ‘Blurred Lines’ to ‘Wrecking Ball’ to ‘Scream & Shout,’ it’s...

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