Michael Bublé and his pregnant wife, Luisana Lopilato, hit the red carpet at last night's Juno Awards in Canada. Joining Michael in his native Canada for the ceremony at the Brandt Centre in Regina, Canada, was his fellow countrywoman Carly Rae Jepsen. Michael hosted the event but nevertheless had time to sign autographs for fans alongside Luisana before heading inside for the show. Luisana had a connection to her homeland, too — the Buenos Aires native wore a dress from Argentinian designer Jorge Ibañez. Big winners from the show included Carly Rae, who performed and took home single of the year for "Call Me Maybe." k.d. lang, additionally, was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
The Juno Awards came after a big week for Michael. Just a few days prior, he released a new single called "Something Stupid." The track is a collaboration between Michael Bublé and Reese Witherspoon and will officially be released tomorrow.
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Matthew's wardrobe is provided by Club Monaco.
Carly Rae Jepsen is moving on from her hit "Call Me Maybe" into a new beauty deal with Burt's Bees. The singer will be the face of the new Güd Red Ruby Groovy line, and the first celebrity spokesperson for the natural-beauty brand. Burt's Bees hopes her strong pull with Generation Z, along with her social media presence, will bring their products into a younger demographic.
The new line will include a shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and body wash all retailing for $7 each. The scent is filled with fruity notes of grapefruit, black currant, apple, mandarin, and papaya. "I've always been attracted to things that smell feminine, and I like things that are energizing," Carly Rae told WWD. "I feel very womanly, and it makes me sort of ready to take on more."
Whenever a talented songstress hits the stage, it's hard not to be amazed by her voice, how she owns the crowd, and, of course, her rocking bod! But being out on the road performing can be exhausting, especially when trying to stay fit and healthy. Interested in how these Grammy nominees make it work? Keep reading to learn how they stay healthy off the stage.
Carly Rae Jepsen opted for a long, dark Roberto Cavalli dress and shimmery eye makeup for her very first Grammys red carpet this afternoon in LA. Carly brought her boyfriend, Matthew Koma, along for the event, and the two shared a sweet kiss as they arrived together. Carly's "Call Me Maybe" catapulted her to stardom over the past year and she is up for two awards tonight, song of the year and best new artist. Carly's pop hit showed off her fun-loving side, but she recently said that her upcoming new music will showcase some more variety — perhaps even darker material. Matthew is not the inspiration for "Call Me Maybe," but the two have been going strong since last Summer. What do you think of Carly's look? Weigh in on all the 2013 Grammys red carpet fashion with our live polls!
Pick up the pace of a weekend workout with our Grammy-nominees playlist! All 14 of these upbeat tracks come from some of the most popular artists nominated for a Grammy Award this year. Prep for the big event by getting familiar with these tunes, while also bringing a little musical motivation to your next gym session. Subscribe to our Spotify playlist, and get moving!
- "Let's Go" — Calvin Harris, Ne-Yo
- "Lonely Boy" — The Black Keys
- "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" — Kelly Clarkson
- "Call Me Maybe" — Carly Rae Jepsen
- "Sexy and I Know It" — LMFAO
- "Bangarang" — Skrillex, Sirah
- "Charlie Brown" — Coldplay
- "Where Have You Been" — Rihanna
- "Levels" — Avicii
- "Don't Wake Me Up" — Chris Brown
- "I Will Wait" — Mumford & Sons
- "Payphone" — Maroon 5, Wiz Khalifa
- "No Church in the Wild" — Jay-Z, Kanye West, Frank Ocean
- "Madness" — Muse
It's the holiday season, and stars are getting in the spirit! Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough goofed around on ice while Nick Cannon got festive at Walmart. Angela Kinsey channeled Santa Claus and Anne Hathaway belted out holiday tunes with Jimmy Fallon. Click through to see the stars as they get into the season — and if you're still searching for presents, then make sure to check out our amazing gift guides!
Katy Perry donned a figure-hugging red Oscar de la Renta dress to accept her woman of the year award at the Nikon-sponsored Billboard Women in Music lunch this afternoon in NYC. Katy hit the red carpet alongside fellow honoree, Carly Rae Jepsen, who received the rising star honor. We caught up with Carly Rae to chat about being recognized with Katy and she let us in on her excitement, saying, "It's surreal and it's such an honor. Katy Perry is one of, if not my favorite pop artist, and not only as an artist, but as a person, she is very kind at heart and I admire that a lot."
Both Carly and Katy were interviewed by special guests on stage, with Carly Rae speaking to the Today show's Natalie Morales and Katy sitting down with comedian Jon Stewart. Katy explained that she takes a transparent approach with her fans, revealing that she does not want people to look up to her, but rather see eye to eye with her. We were also able to chat with Katy about her down-to-earth attitude towards fame and her recent admission that she wears Spanx. She said, "I am OK with myself and I think every woman does stuff like that all the time." Katy also shared thoughts about her Billboard honor, saying, "They are one of the only legitimate trade magazines still left, so there is not a lot of choice and that means that they probably matter the most, so it is a compliment."
The American Music Awards went down in LA on Sunday night! Usher opened a show that went on to feature many performances from some of the biggest stars in the music industry. Gwen Stefani and the guys of No Doubt put on a show, as did Kelly Clarkson and Ke$ha. Taylor Swift performed her soon-to-be-released single "I Knew You Were Trouble." She changed out of the gold Zuhair Murad number she wore on the red carpet and into two elaborate costumes. Justin Bieber hit the stage too for a rendition of his songs "As Long as You Love Me" and "Beauty and a Beat." Pink put on an acrobatic, energetic performance, and Christina Aguilera wore a tiny costume to sing a song of her own.
As for the awards, Taylor and Justin were big winners. After arriving with his mom, Pattie Mallette, as his date, Justin picked up an early honor for best pop or rock male artist. He was also recognized with favorite pop/rock album and, right at the end of the show, artist of the year. Taylor, meanwhile, was crowned favorite female country artist. Further honors went to best new artist Carly Rae Jepsen and favorite country band Lady Antebellum. Carrie Underwood also has a new statue to celebrate with, having won best country album — check out the full list of American Music Awards winners!