Life & Style Weekly reports that Harry Styles prefers women’s jeans to men’s. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe explained why and also talked about Taylor Swift and Katy Perry’s feud plus Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence on “Ralphie Tonight.”
Life & Style Weekly reports that both Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber may be fearful of what might come from Selena’s forthcoming deposition regarding a pending case against Bieber. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also chatted about Miley Cyrus’ recent troubles and Taylor Swift’s new Tribeca penthouse on “Ralphie Tonight.”
Life & Style Weekly reports all about Taylor Swift’s girl crush, Victoria’s Secret model Karlie Kloss. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also dished about Jessica Simpson’s bridesmaids for her wedding and why Beyonce might not attend Kim and Kanye’s wedding in Paris on “Ralphie Tonight.”
Life & Style Weekly reports that Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, and Demi Lovato are teaming up and not showing up to any events that Miley Cyrus is at. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about Christina Aguilera’s pregnancy and Carrie Underwood’s plans to start a family on “The Ralphie Show.”
Life & Style Weekly reports on why Selena Gomez may have entered a rehab facility. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about the guy Miley Cyrus has her eyes on and a possible reason for Taylor Swift being single on “The Ralphie Show.”
Imagine Dragons performed at the American Music Awards and then The GRAMMYs. Both performances were well received. Both performances were complimented with awards won that evening. Also both performances were enjoyed by a one Taylor Swift, who was seen on camera front and center rocking out to the band’s sounds.
“We’ve played a couple of events before with Taylor and yunno, she always an enthusiastic supporter of us,” bassist Ben McKee told “The Ralphie Show.”
“Anytime we look out and see Taylor Swift dancing, we’re pretty sure we’re doing something right,” added drummer Daniel Platzman. The band member also confirmed that when they’re on stage, Swift’s unmistakable silhouette dancing in the front row is pretty much impossible to miss.
“She was getting down. I think that’s cool,” lead singer Dan Reynolds chimed in. “I think people should express themselves and I feel like more and more, hopefully in society people are ok with letting others express themselves however they want.”
Reynolds also offered Swift props for not being too cool to enjoy herself amongst celebrities and a national television audience.
“To me, the less cool thing to do is to try and act a certain way,” he said.
Reynolds and his band know a thing or two about cool. Imagine Dragons only has one album out, but Night Visions is almost double platinum in the U.S. alone, spawning three big hits in the process. In addition to other artists in the crowd enjoying themselves, the Las Vegas-based quartet has gained notoriety for an artist that collaborates with them on stage: rapper Kendrick Lamar. But despite the acts seamlessly mashing up “Radioactive” and Lamar’s “m.A.A.d city,” don’t expect any features on the band’s next LP.
“We’re really not even thinking fully what we’re going to do with the second album,” Reynolds revealed. “We’ve just been writing without thought.”
The front man told Rolling Stone that the Dragons are currently 50 demos deep in to those writing sessions.
“I think we have a lot of work to do on our own,” guitarist Wayne Sermon explained, “to kind of establish ourselves and to have that confidence in ourselves to identify a sound and to continue to grow before we reach out to other people.”
“But, yeah, you never know.”
One Direction’s Niall Horan talked with me on the red carpet of the American Music Awards to talk about the band’s new album Midnight Memories and their night ahead at the AMAs. The quintet performed “Story Of My Life” and took home an AMA. Horan also spoke about the group’s nomination for Best Album Pop or Rock with Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift.