The Oscars are on there way! Want to hear the nominated songs? Tune in tomorrow at 7p to the Stage & Screen Channel to hear them all! 

The nominated songs are: 

“Before My Time” from ‘Chasing Ice’

“Everybody Needs A Best Friend” from ‘Ted’

“Pi’s Lullaby” from ‘Life of Pi’

“Skyfall” from ‘Skyfall’

“Suddenly” from ‘Les Misérables’

Which do you think will win? 

 

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What the what?! This is INCREDIBLE! An ultimate 2012 mashup of all the year’s best songs. Quite possibly the coolest mashup we’ve ever seen! Everyone is in it! Adele, Fun, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Psy, Maroon 5, Rihanna, Carly Rae Jepsen, Pink, Ke$ha……we could keep going. Do you guys agree? 

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Adele made headlines this week when she surpassed the 10 million mark with 21. Check out the other albums in the last 20 or so years that have exceeded that marker. 
Best Selling Albums Since 1991 (Soundscan Era)
1. Metallica, Metallica (1991), 15.83 million, 337 weeks to hit 10 million2. Shania Twain, Come On Over (1997), 15.52 million, 96 weeks3. Alanis Morissette, Jagged Little Pill (1995), 14.80 million, 66 weeks4. Backstreet Boys, Millennium (1999), 12.20 million, 39 weeks5. The Beatles, 1 (2000), 12.11 million, 227 weeks6. Whitney Houston/Soundtrack, The Bodyguard (1992), 12.05 million, 72 weeks7. Santana, Supernatural (1999), 11.73 million, 60 weeks8. Creed, Human Clay (1999), 11.62 million, 93 weeks9. Bob Marley & the Wailers, Legend (1984), 11.17 million, 18 years10. *NSYNC, No Strings Attached (2000), 11.13 million, 43 weeks11. Norah Jones, Come Away With Me (2002), 10.88 million, 259 weeks12. Celine Dion, Falling Into You (1996), 10.80 million, 160 weeks13. Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP (2000), 10.65 million, 343 weeks14. Britney Spears, … Baby One More Time (1999), 10.57 million, 106 weeks15. Hootie & the Blowfish, Cracked Rear View (1994), 10.28 million, 442 weeks16. Soundtrack, Titanic (1997), 10.17 million, 263 weeks17. Backstreet Boys, Backstreet Boys (1997), 10.13 million, 226 weeks18. Eminem, The Eminem Show (2002), 10.12 million, 489 weeks19. Usher, Confessions (2004), 10.04 million, 433 weeks20. Linkin Park, Hybrid Theory (2000), 10.03 million, 617 weeks21. Adele, 21 (2011), 10.02 million, 92 weeks

Adele made headlines this week when she surpassed the 10 million mark with 21. Check out the other albums in the last 20 or so years that have exceeded that marker. 

Best Selling Albums Since 1991 (Soundscan Era)

1. MetallicaMetallica (1991), 15.83 million, 337 weeks to hit 10 million
2. Shania TwainCome On Over (1997), 15.52 million, 96 weeks
3. Alanis MorissetteJagged Little Pill (1995), 14.80 million, 66 weeks
4. Backstreet BoysMillennium (1999), 12.20 million, 39 weeks
5. The Beatles1 (2000), 12.11 million, 227 weeks
6. Whitney Houston/SoundtrackThe Bodyguard (1992), 12.05 million, 72 weeks
7. SantanaSupernatural (1999), 11.73 million, 60 weeks
8. CreedHuman Clay (1999), 11.62 million, 93 weeks
9. Bob Marley & the WailersLegend (1984), 11.17 million, 18 years
10. *NSYNCNo Strings Attached (2000), 11.13 million, 43 weeks
11. Norah JonesCome Away With Me (2002), 10.88 million, 259 weeks
12. Celine DionFalling Into You (1996), 10.80 million, 160 weeks
13. EminemThe Marshall Mathers LP (2000), 10.65 million, 343 weeks
14. Britney Spears… Baby One More Time (1999), 10.57 million, 106 weeks
15. Hootie & the BlowfishCracked Rear View (1994), 10.28 million, 442 weeks
16. SoundtrackTitanic (1997), 10.17 million, 263 weeks
17. Backstreet BoysBackstreet Boys (1997), 10.13 million, 226 weeks
18. EminemThe Eminem Show (2002), 10.12 million, 489 weeks
19. UsherConfessions (2004), 10.04 million, 433 weeks
20. Linkin ParkHybrid Theory (2000), 10.03 million, 617 weeks
21. Adele21 (2011), 10.02 million, 92 weeks

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Entertainment Weekly released their Music Issue with none other than ADELE on the cover. Take a look at who they think are the “30 Greatest Artists Right Now”.
Entertainment Weekly‘s 30 Greatest Artists Right Now

30. Beach House – Dreamy Indie Duo

29. Kimbra – Quirky Chanteuse

28. Calvin Harris – Dance-Floor Director

27. Gotye – Awesome Aussie

26. Beyonce – R&B Goddess

25. Florence + The Machine – Alt-Pop Siren

24. Lady Gaga – Mother Monster

23. Bruce Springsteen – Forever The Boss

22. Coldplay – Kings Of The Road

21. Azealia Banks – Hip-Hop Wild Child

20. fun. – Pomp-Rock Breakouts

19. Jake Owen – Nashville Casanova

18. Kelly Clarkson – America’s Pop Idol

17. Fiona Apple – Swoony Songstress

16. A$AP Rocky – Mixtape Prodigy

15. The Civil Wars – Americana All-Stars

14. Jay-Z – CEO Of Rhyme

13. Kanye West – Mad Genius

12. Foo Fighters – Hard Rock Royalty

11. Bruno Mars – Pop-Soul Showman

10. Rihanna – Dance-Pop Muse

9. Mumford & Sons – Platinum Folkies

8. Nicki Minaj – Radical Raptress

7. The Black Keys – Garage Gods

6. Jack White – Indie MVP

5. Katy Perry – Bubblegum Queen

4. Carrie Underwood – Country Belle

3. Drake – Hip-Hop Heartbreaker

2. Taylor Swift – Everygirl Superstar

1. Adele – Undisputed World Champion

Entertainment Weekly released their Music Issue with none other than ADELE on the cover. Take a look at who they think are the “30 Greatest Artists Right Now”.

Entertainment Weekly‘s 30 Greatest Artists Right Now

30. Beach House – Dreamy Indie Duo
29. Kimbra – Quirky Chanteuse
28. Calvin Harris – Dance-Floor Director
27. Gotye – Awesome Aussie
26. Beyonce – R&B Goddess
25. Florence + The Machine – Alt-Pop Siren
24. Lady Gaga – Mother Monster
23. Bruce Springsteen – Forever The Boss
22. Coldplay – Kings Of The Road
21. Azealia Banks – Hip-Hop Wild Child
20. fun. – Pomp-Rock Breakouts
19. Jake Owen – Nashville Casanova
18. Kelly Clarkson – America’s Pop Idol
17. Fiona Apple – Swoony Songstress
16. A$AP Rocky – Mixtape Prodigy
15. The Civil Wars – Americana All-Stars
14. Jay-Z – CEO Of Rhyme
13. Kanye West – Mad Genius
12. Foo Fighters – Hard Rock Royalty
11. Bruno Mars – Pop-Soul Showman
10. Rihanna – Dance-Pop Muse
9. Mumford & Sons – Platinum Folkies
8. Nicki Minaj – Radical Raptress
7. The Black Keys – Garage Gods
6. Jack White – Indie MVP
5. Katy Perry – Bubblegum Queen
4. Carrie Underwood – Country Belle
3. Drake – Hip-Hop Heartbreaker
2. Taylor Swift – Everygirl Superstar

1. Adele – Undisputed World Champion

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…Wait… what’s that you say? This isn’t the official video to Adele’s “Set Fire To The Rain”? And what’s that you say? Adele isn’t even in this video?

Yep. You read that right. The woman in this video is not Adele, but merely an adoring fan who happens to bear an uncanny resemblance the famously heartbroken 21-year-old we’ve all come to love.

The video is an independently produced interpretation by a group of very, very talented people who are not affiliated with Adele. Check the credits if you don’t believe us!

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