Kerli and Audrey's Marie Antoinette-Inspired Shoot

Audrey Kitching and Kerli were photographed by Dirk Mai for Buzznet. Pink and Blue haired pretties.

From Audrey:

"Kerli and I had a style-off a few weeks ago for a shoot with Dirk Mai in downtown Los Angeles! We brought trunks of all our clothing and accessories to merge them together for the shoot. Kerli's style is more girly bubble-gum Marie Antoinette, while mine is more pretty punk and grunge. The results from the first look are amazing!"

audrey kitcing and kerli



Sia Talks Writing For Christina Aguilera's Album 'Bionic' And Movie 'Burlesque'

Idolator caught up with Sia.  The 34 year old Australian native herself is in the midst of a major label bidding war ahead of the release of her own fourth studio LP We Are Born. It’s a record that contains guitar work from a Strokes member and production from The Bird And The Bee mastermind Greg Kurstin.  

Sia has revealed new details about her Christina Aguilera songs, her plans for Coachella weekend, plus her charitable dalliances in the underworld.

As for her collaboration with Christina, Sia told Idolator, "There are four of them. I think they’re called “I Am”—I called it “Lullaby” but she’s given it another name. But I think it’s called, um—[she starts singing]—oh, “All I Need”! And it’s “All I Need,” “You Lost Me,” “I Am” and something like “Stronger.” But I don’t think she called it “Stronger” in the end. That’s just what we called it. We just call it something while it’s in the working process and then she gives it it’s name. There are some where it totally lends itself to its name and there are others where it’s just like, “No, we had a song called ‘Fighter’ so we don’t want a song called ‘Stronger.’” But they’re all on there. She’s pretty awesome. It was pretty crazy when she sang at me for the first time. Then we did another one for her movie with Cher [Burlesque]. So it’s been a really good collaboration, actually."


Buzznet Exclusive: In Transmission with AFI

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Demi Lovato: “Hayley Williams Is An Inspiration & If It Hadn’t Been For Barney I May Have Never Met


Demi Lovato has already achieved TV and pop music stardom in her short career, but she's had to overcome plenty of obstacles along the way. How did she find the determination to never give up? Her fans might be surprised: she looked for inspiration to a star only three years older than her — Hayley Williams, lead singer of Paramore.
Demi says: “My music and my passion for songwriting and playing piano and guitar was my greatest motivation. I was inspired by people who followed their dreams and made it. People like Kelly Clarkson, Christine Aguilera and Hayley Williams.”
Demi answers 7 questions from some of her biggest fans and shares what she believes is her biggest accomplishment yet.


Criss Angel Isn't a Douchebag!

My opinion of Criss Angel has done 180 degree turn-around.  After interviewing him for a 3 part series this week, all I have to say is that I have great respect for this guy and actually think what he does is borderline amazing.  Most importantly, he looks you in the eye when he's talking to you!