John Mayer, Katy Perry Get Close in ‘Who You Love’
#TaniaOnTheScene - Slow motion, couples caressing, wind-swept close-ups, sun-burnt-shaded images of wide-open vistas — consider John Mayer’s video for his duet with girlfriend Katy Perry, “Who You Love,” an unintended lovey-dovey response to Kanye West's “Bound 2,” with a mechanical bull instead of a motorcycle.
There’s romance here, but it’s more of the greeting card variety. In addition to the promised intimate shots of Perry and Mayer, the two told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday that everyone else in the video is a real-life couple.
Said Mayer on the telecast, “There’s nothing scripted in that video except putting a bull in the middle of the desert.”
#TaniaOnTheScene - Atlantic recording artist Bruno Mars has been named Billboard magazine’s “2013 Artist of the Year” – an extraordinary honor to cap off an already incredible year. In addition to having one of the best-selling albums of the year with “UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX,” Billboard announced today that Mars topped 8 of their 2013 Year-End charts, including “Hot 100 Artists” and “Top Overall Artists.” To celebrate these accolades, the GRAMMY®-winning superstar has unveiled the eagerly awaited next leg of his blockbuster “Moonshine Jungle World Tour.” The acclaimed trek will hit arenas and amphitheaters across North America beginning summer 2014 (see attached listing of cities). Full details – including dates, venues, and ticket information – will be announced soon. For up-to-the-minute news, please see www.brunomars.com/moonshinejungletour.
Katy Perry Explains New Album ‘Prism’ and Writing About Her Divorce from Russell Brand
#TaniaOnTheScene- Katy Perry’s new album Prism is full of the bouncy, joyous pop tunes that she’s known for. But perhaps the most surprising aspect is her bluntness when writing about her 2012 divorce from Russell Brand in the poignant-but-hopeful closing track “By the Grace of God.” In it, Perry sings that post-break-up she could be found on her bathroom floor crying.
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