Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone Discussing Misheard Lyrics is You and Your Best Friend

Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone aren’t just Hollywood A-listers who happen to be two of the finest actors of their generation, they’re also BFFs and hilarious. Recently, the pair sat down with W Magazine to discuss a plethora of things they have in common, but the best part of the interview was all about music. … Read more

“We Are Expecting Our First Child!” Jinger Duggar Announces Pregnancy With Husband Jeremy Vuolo

The Duggar family is just getting bigger!! TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” and “Counting On” star Jinger Duggar (now Jinger Vuolo) announced that she’s pregnant with her first child. View this post on Instagram We’ve got a bit of exciting news to share with you! www.jingerandjeremy.com A post shared by J I N G E … Read more

Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine Covered TLC’s “Waterfalls” and You Have to Hear It

TLC’s “Waterfalls” is one of those songs in my life that comes with a lot of memories attached to it. The single cassette tape was the first mainstream, Top 40 music I ever bought. Before that, I listened to all oldies. Then, my senior year in high school, a motivational speaker came to our school … Read more

LoCash Covered TLC’s “Waterfalls” and They Even Did the Rap

When I was in the 4th grade I had the single tape for TLC’s “Waterfalls.” In a surprise twist, my mom actually really liked the tune and as a small child, I had no idea what the song was about. Even by the time I reached high school and I was listening to the song … Read more

Kristian Bush Reveals New Theme Song for TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress”

In what may seem like an unlikely pairing, Sugarland‘s Kristian Bush and the creators of TLC’s hit show “Say Yes to the Dress” have collaborated to create a new theme song for the show’s upcoming 14th season, which will be a snippet from the artist’s new song “Forever Now.” Kristian said he was first inspired … Read more

Bette Midler Is Covering TLC’s “Waterfalls”

Growing up in small-town Arkansas, I wasn’t very accustomed to listening to Top 40 radio. My favorite song growing up rotated between “Blackwater” by the Doobie Brothers and “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles. We listened to Brooks and Dunn and Garth Brooks, but no real mainstream music like what was on MTV … Read more