"I knew you were trouble when you walked in / So shame on me now," Taylor Swift laments on 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' another promotional single from 'Red,' due Oct. 22. Other than 'Back to December' off of 'Speak Now,' this may be the first single in which Swift, however indirectly, takes responsibility for her role in a failed relationship -- and that maturity suits her, though it may not always make for easy listening.
If you saw 'Glee' last night (Oct. 4), you saw a bunch of devastating breakups -- but probably none as depressing as the "Klaine" split. Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) parted ways after Blaine admitted to cheating on Kurt when he felt lonely and hurt. Now, Criss is thanking fans for giving him the opportunity to steal not just Kurt's heart, but ours, too.
If you ask Mariah Carey, two divas can fit on one panel, thank you very much. The multi-octave legend has dismissed rumors of a beef with fellow newly minted 'American Idol' judge Nicki Minaj as nothing more than nonsense.
Katy Perry is determined to milk every song, single and thereby dollar that she can from her smash 'Teenage Dream' and its re-released expanded edition, 'Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.' As a result, not content with just breaking Michael Jackson's singles record, Perry is releasing 'Hummingbird Heartbeat' as the record's ninth official single in the U.K. and Australia, following the success of 'Wide Awake.'
Carly Rae Jepsen isn't a one tricky pony. She's a two-to-three trick pony, if her debut U.S. album, 'Kiss,' is indication, and if she strays too far from what she knows, it doesn't end that well. But when her regular two or three tricks are so good, you don't mind hearing them over and over again... at least not at first.
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