Are you part of an artists' fanbase? If so, you probably think your fanbase is the best. Right? Right. How well does your celebrity idol stack up against other artists with fanbases? Who wins in a fight of Directioners vs. Beliebers? What about Katy Cats vs. Swifties?
Fanbase name: Katy Cats
Twitter: 57.7 million followers
Facebook: 75+ million likes
YouTube: Highest viewed video "Firework" with 484+ million views
Fanbase name: Beliebers
Twitter: 55.3 million followers
Facebook: 74.9 million likes
YouTube: Highest viewed video "Baby" with 1 billion+ views
Fanbase name: Swifties
Twitter: 44.7 million followers
Facebook: 69.9 million likes
YouTube: Highest viewed video "You Belong With Me" with 339+ million views
Fanbase name: Directioners
Twitter: Band account - 20.7 million, Harry Styles- 22.1 million, Niall Horan - 20 million, Liam Payne - 18.1 million, Louis Tomlinson - 17.5 million, and Zayn Malik -13.3 million
Facebook: 35.2 million likes
YouTube: Highest viewed video "What Makes You Beautiful" with 559.8+ million views
Fanbase name: Arianators
Twitter: 19.1 million followers
Facebook: 22.3 likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Problem ft. Iggy Azaela" with 226 million views
Fanbase name: Sheerios
Twitter: 10.5 million followers
Facebook: 8.4 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Give Me Love" with 168 million views
Fanbase name: Beyhive
Twitter: 13.6 million followers
Facebook: 65 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" with 323.8 million views
Fanbase name: Smilers
Twitter: 18.6 million followers
Facebook: 49.7 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Wrecking Ball" with 709 million views
Fanbase name: Barbies
Twitter: 18.1 million followers
Facebook: 44.6 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Super Bass" with 434 million views
Fanbase name: Rihanna Navy
Twitter: 37.5 million followers
Facebook: 89.9 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "What's My Name ft. Drake" with 385 million views
Fanbase name: Little Monsters
Twitter: 42.4 million followers
Facebook: 67.3 million followers
YouTube: Most viewed video "Bad Romance" with 602 million views
Fanbase name: Selenators
Twitter: 23.4 million followers
Facebook: 60.8 million likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Come and Get It" with 279 million views
Fanbase name: Lovatics
Twitter: 24.7 million followers
Facebook: 37 millions likes
YouTube: Most viewed video "Heart Attack" with 249 million views
Twitter: Katy Perry
YouTube: Justin Bieber
Demi Lovato won the 2014 People's Choice Award for Favorite Music Fan Following. While One Direction has won MTV's Biggest Fans Award in 2012, was nominated in 2013, and again this year (fingers crossed they win). Beyonce fans almost broke the internet during her 17-minute long performance at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. It's also important to note that Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" video has over 220 million views on Vevo, after only releasing at the end of August 2014. Who do you think has the biggest/craziest following?
Do the numbers tell the truth or do they totally lie? Tweet us what you think and which fanbase you belong to!
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The 2014 MTV Video Music Award winners are...
Best Female Video"Dark Horse" - Katy Perry, ft. Juicy J
Best Male Video"Sing" - Ed Sheeran, ft. Pharrell Williams
Best Pop Video"Problem" - Ariana Grande, ft. Iggy Azalea
Best Hip-Hop Video"Hold On (We're Going Home)" - Drake, ft. Majid Jordan
Best Rock Video"Royals" - Lorde
Artist to WatchFifth Harmony
Video of the Year"Wrecking Ball" - Miley Cyrus
Micbael Jackson Video Vanguard AwardBeyonce
Best Lyric Video"Don't Stop" - 5 Seconds of Summer
"I looked out into the crowd during Venus in Ft. Lauderdale and I saw a girl fully undress in the lagoon and begin to dance like a fairy. Its basically what we did while writing the song. I love my fans you're so special." Lady Gaga enjoys seeing her fans strip during her artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball concerts.
Justin Timberlake commemorated his return to the venue where his former group 'N Sync last performed together by dedicating one of their songs to bandmate Chris Kirkpatrick, who was in the audience to support his pal. The Suit and Tie hitmaker brought his The 20/20 Experience tour to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida's BB&T Center on Tuesday (04Mar14), and the fact it was the place where the boy band ended its last tour in 2002 was not lost on him.
During his concert, he said, "This building was the last 'N Sync performance. A lot of history for me in this building."
He added, "One of my very best friends, I've spent so much time with in the last couple weeks, who's come out on tour with me is Chris Kirkpatrick. We've had a blast together (and) he's somewhere in here tonight. Chris, I love you, man."
He capped his nostalgic moment off by surprising the audience with an acoustic version of 'N Sync's 2001 hit Gone.
The Academy Awards are the biggest night in Hollywood, where the best films and performances of the years are celebrated in a ceremony that always drags on a half hour too long. If you're a host or a nominee, you're going to be the talk of the town in the weeks surrounding Oscar night, but in the end, it's never the moments that you expect that steal the show, because when you gather the biggest stars in the world and put them in one room, something insane is bound to happen. Sure, Ellen Degeneres had a finely-honed monologue, but the real highlights of the evening came from an unfortunate flub or a weird, rambling presentation.
We're celebrating the biggest party in Hollywood by pulling together the best, worst and weirdest celebrity moments from the 2014 Academy Awards, so that you can catch up on or relive all of the awkward and hilarious moments from the show. They might not have won an Oscar, but they managed to steal the show from Brad Pitt's pizza party, and in some ways, that's even more deserving of an award.
World's Quickest Presentation: Channing Tatum By now, you'd think that Channing Tatum would have no problem reading a pre-written speech from a teleprompter. After all, he's one of the biggest movie stars in the world. Surely he knows how to deliver his lines by now. Unfortunately, it seemed as if his nerves got the best of him last night, and Tatum raced through his spiel about the Oscars college program so quickly it took everyone at home a minute to process what had just happened. We're not sure if he was just nervous, if he had a bet going with Jonah Hill to see how long he could speak without breathing, or if someone threatened to hold him personally responsible if the ceremony ran long, but whatever the case, we're glad to see someone at the Oscars wants to help us all get to bed at a reasonable hour.
Most Charming Speech: Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez"Let it Go," the song that everyone and their baby cousin has been singing incessantly for months, took home the Best Original Song Oscar last night, and the film's composers, Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez delivered the most adorable speech of the night. There were bits spoken in unison, long passages of rhymes, a quick song breakdown, and a tear-jerking message to their daughters watching at home. It was like a Disney movie itself: pure, heartwarming fluff that you will never admit actually made you cry into your ice cream.
Most McConaughey: Kim Novak It takes a great deal of skill and careful preparation to be more rambling and nonsensical than Matthew McConaughey, but Kim Novak managed to do just that when she presented the Animation Oscars alongside the man himself. It was almost impossible to tell which bits of their speech were written on the telepromtpter and which bits she decided to wing, but either way, she decided to take the moment to have a McConologue of her own, and managed to be weirder than a guy who routinely goes on tangents about Neptune, the forces of the universe, and being his own hero. Brava, Ms. Novak. You have officially out-McConaugheyed the master.
Best Depolyment of Awards Show Singing: Darlene Love Between Diane Keaton's weirdly terrifying tribute to Woody Allen at the Golden Globes and Rita Moreno's mini-concert as she accepted her SAG Lifetime Achievement Award, this season has included an uncomfortable amount of impromptu a capella singing. But Darlene Love blew both of them out of the water, and the roof off of the Dolby Theater, when she helped celebrate the Best Documentary Oscar for 20 Feet From Stardom by belting out "His Eye is on the Sparrow," and earned a standing ovation. So, future award winners, we beg you: before you decide to sing, ask yourself "Am I Darlene Love?" If the answer is no, just stick to speaking, lest Love herself show up to put you in your place with a powerhouse belt. (Sorry, Diane.)
Most Tone-Deaf Presentation: Goldie Hawn Remember way back at the Golden Globes, when 12 Years a Slave got an awkward introduction from Reese Witherspoon, presumably because she's Southern? Well, the Oscars continued the tradition of disjointed awards show introductions, as Goldie Hawn took to the stage to present clips from that film, as well as Philomena and Nebraska. Before you could attempt to come up with a reason as to why these three films were introduced together (they all... involve road trips?), Hawn decided to end her speech about 12 Years a Slave with a big grin and a cheery inflection to her voice, which was a jarring contrast to the serious, devastating subject matter of the film. Pro tip: try and save the smile for a film that doesn't involve slavery.
Best Homage to Chariots of Fire: Jamie Foxx Jamie Foxx has never met an awards show moment he couldn't spice up. So, when it came time for him to present the award for Best Score with Jessica Biel, he decided to ignore the stuffy introduction that the Oscars had prepared for him, and instead went off-script with a few improvised jokes, before performing an a capella version of the Chariots of Fire theme, complete with slow-motion running, while Biel attempted to read off the nominees. Because nobody lives up to the old adage "anything can happen on live television" quite like Jamie Foxx. Maybe he should host next year.
Most Meme-Inspiring: John Travolta and Adella Dazeem Look, reading things is hard. At least, that's what we're assuming John Travolta's defense is after delivering the biggest flub of the night, when instead of introducing Idina Menzel, the Tony Award winner who voiced Elsa in Frozen, he instead introduced Adella Dazeem. Before Menzel even finished her song, the Internet had already pulled together dozens of memes, and a parody Twitter account had already started gaining followers. It was a year filled with difficult-to-pronounce names, but the one that got messed up was relatively straightforward. Good job, Jorn Tramolto.
Most Touching Tribute: Bill Murray In what was probably the best presenter pairing of the night, Bill Murray and Amy Adams took to the stage to reveal the winner of the Best Cinematography Oscar. After taking the time to compliment Adams the way only he can ("Baby, you look like $146 million domestic"), Murray added one last nominee to list: Harold Ramis, for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. It was only a quick moment, and yet that tiny bit of sincerity in the midst of Murray's trademark goofiness managed to be more touching that the entirety of the official In Memoriam segment. Somewhere in the audience, Bette Midler was probably furious that someone had stolen her thunder.
The Meryl Streep Golden Shimmy Award: Meryl Streep (Ft. Pharrell, Lupita Nyong'o, and Amy Adams)Pharrell's nominated song "Happy" is infuriatingly catchy. It's the kind of song that you love and hate in equal measure, but can't help but dance to when it comes on, no matter where you are or what you're doing. Lucikly for all of us, Meryl Streep feels the same way, and when Pharrell hopped off the stage and headed into the audience during his Oscars performance, she couldn't help but join him for a little shimmy. Sure, Lupita Nyong'o and Amy Adams may have had the more enthusiastic moves, but everyone knows you haven't truly made it until you can get the most nominated actress in Oscars history to bust a move with you.
Most Jim Carrey: Jim Carrey At some point in the course of Oscars preparations, the producers probably turned to each other in frustration. "We've got this whole montage about heroes, but I can't figure out how to introduce it," one of them said. "Why don't we just stick Jim Carrey up there, and let him just fill the time however he wants. He can stick a word or two in there about heroes, and everyone will laugh because it's Jim Carrey, and we can get back to ordering all of those inflatable lawn-ornament Oscars." And that, ladies and gentlemen, is exactly what happened.
Uber-catchy emo-electro quintet Cobra Starship certainly isn't averse to the odd collaboration. The New York-based band has previously teamed up with acts as diverse as Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester on breakthrough hit "Good Girls Go Bad," X-Factor UK winner Alexandra Burke on her debut Overcome, and Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller on his 2011 album Night Shades. Last year, saw frontman Gabe Saporta provide the vocal hook for Eve's long-awaited comeback "Make It Out This Town."Now the party animals have joined forces with one of their hometown's hottest rising DJ/producers, Jeffrey Tonnesen, for a typically anthemic slice of EDM-infused pop: "Star Burst," which has already become something of a staple across the Big Apple's club scene.A long-time friend of the band, Tonnesen retooled their last single "#1 Nite," and has also remixed tracks by the likes of Californian indie rockers Saint Motel ("My Type"), R&B twin sister duo Nina Sky ("Day Dreaming"), and The Cataracs' protegee ("Naked"). Additionally, he has scored runways for Prada, ACNE, and Miu Miu, and taken up residencies at NYC venues Lavo, Marquee and PH-D. The shimmering kaleidoscopic synths, pulsing beats, and triumphant hands-in-the-air chorus of his latest offering suggests that it's only a matter of time before he becomes the latest talented spinner to make the transition to the charts.Alongside the original and reworkings from Immigre X Alpaca, Loczi, and Mayeda, the five-track Star Burst E.P. also features a Cobra Starship remix which strips back to the verses to just Saporta's vocal and piano before adding some skittering hip-pop beats. You can listen to the latter here.Follow @Hollywood_com
Lady Gaga is set to kickoff her upcoming Artpop tour in the U.S. to make up for cancelling most of her Born This Way tour dates in North America after suffering a hip injury. The Applause hitmaker is going back on the road next year (14) to support her latest album in a venture titled artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball Tour.
On Tuesday (03Dec13), Gaga announced that the global tour will start right where she left off in February (13), after a right hip injury forced her to cancel the 21 remaining concerts on the North American leg of her world tour.
She took to Twitter.com and wrote, "I am so excited to announce that after abruptly ending my tour for surgery earlier this year, I am back and starting my tour in...USA!
"artRave: The ARTPOP Ball will be a full on party combining music, fashion, & technology in one explosive performance."
Gaga will kick off the artRAVE on 4 May (14) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and continue the 25-city tour until the end of July (14).
Getting a movie based off of your YA novel is pretty darn easy these days. Try getting an entire theme park based on your book series — now that's when you know you've really made it as an author. The Hunger Games might soon join the ranks of Harry Potter as Lionsgate is considering building a Hunger Games theme park... because nothing says fun like a fascist dystopia! So what amazing rides and attractions will dot the landscape of "Hunger Games World"?
The GALExyAn interactive shooting game based on Gale Hawthorne's life. It begins in District 12, hunting deer and other forest animals, and gradually turns into the rebellion/war where you fend off attackers in the Capitol. Whoever wins gets a life-size cardboard cutout of Liam Hemsworth.
The Emotional Roller CoasterBe Katniss in the midst of a love triangle and make wild, whiplash inducing twists and turns as you struggle between Peeta and Gale. Featuring the 300-ft high Hill of Self-Reliance... which you never go over.
Peeta-Perfect CakesIf you don't have the fortitude to experience the Emotional Roller Coaster, why not embrace the sensitive baker in all of us by visiting Peeta-Perfect Cakes. This gentler portion of the park is filled with activities like: cake decorating, arts and crafts, and poem writing. All activities are instructed by a Peeta look-a-like.
Effie's TrinketsA gift shop filled primarily with gaudy jewelry and fashion accessories. You are chosen by a lottery run by the elaborately uniformed cashiers to be able to purchase the items of your choosing, or be vanquished to the dire fate of a postcard and a keychain.
Cinna's Capitol Makeover SpaAdults can take a break from a busy day of children and coasters by relaxing at a luxurious spa modeled after the affluence of the Capitol. Sit back and relax while you’re primped and primed by dozens of men that vaguely resemble Lenny Kravitz.
CBS advertisting sitcom The Crazy Ones has a weird energy, and doesn't seem to know quite yet what it wants to be. It's sometimes mean-spirited, sometimes saccharine, with Robin Williams buzzing around wildly and poor Sarah Michelle Gellar relegated to playing the dour, all-business straight woman. And let's not even get started on Lauren, the bimbo assistant (Amanda Setton). Her character is so pointlessly offensive that it almost distracts from the sheer perfection of James Wolk's face. And that's not easy to do.
Thus far, the best part of every episode has been the tag. Some brilliant person, to whom we should send a nice muffin basket, suggested that each show be capped by a mini gag reel. We can imagine that the dailies must be packed with Williams riffs that will never see the light of day — it's only right that we get at least a taste. And it's genius marketing. Right as you are thinking to yourself, "Did I enjoy what I just watched?," The Crazy Ones says, "Look. Look at the pretty people laughing! Didn't we have fun, all of us? Didn't we?" And maybe we did.
Check out the outtakes from the pilot and more over at CBS.com.
We are getting more excited for The Best Man Holiday, the sequel to The Best Man, than we probably should. The first trailer was released months ago, but the November 15 release date is fast approaching and we need to get ready. One of best parts of the trailer had to be the moment where Morris Chestnut, Taye Diggs and the rest of the gang performend a synchronized rendition of New Edition's "Can You Stand The Rain." Here's hoping there's more of that in the film, and if not, here are a few songs that we humbly suggest should appear on the soundtrack.
New Edition, "Candy Girl"
Judging from the trailer one of our favorite characters is no longer working as a stripper, but she still goes by the name of Candy. And since it's impossible to hear that name without singing the New Edition song in your head, we'd love to hear "Candy Girl" at some point in the movie.
SWV ft. Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliot, "Can We"
We're expecting a whole bunch of awkward hook-ups in the sequel, especially since the original Best Man consisted of plenty o' awkward hook-ups. And seeing as how "Can We" is one of the best hook-up songs of the '90s, we think it's appropriate.
R. Kelly, "Half On A Baby"
In the sequel Sanaa Lathan and Taye Diggs (Harper and Robyn) appear to have already taken R. Kelly's advice, since Robyn shows up totally pregs. We don't know if there will be any flashback scenes, but we'd like to celebrate the conception of their baby with one of the greatest R&B songs ever. But cover your ears kiddies -- this one's for the grown folks.
R. Kelly, "Down Low"
The trailer also showed us what has to be the most hilarious hook-up ever between Terrence Howard and Melissa De Sousa (Quentin and Shelby). Seeing as how those two were mortal enemies in the last movie, we expect that "Down Low" will be their theme song.
Mariah Carey, "All I Want For Christmas"
Because there can be no holiday movie without Mimi's rendition of "All I Want For Christmas." We don't care when they play it, we'll be ready.
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