She’s a pop star, she’s a beauty mogul, she’s the host of a fashion show…and she’s a babysitter?
The band learned the power of Twitter while recording new album “North.”
The actual value of public Twitter followers has been turned on its head by a British company called Status Poeple who aim to reveal how real or fake any account’s following is.
The group reveal what they’ve learned from sharing too much on the Internet.
Klout shows Bieber to be highly influential about music, celebrities, family — as well as prostitution, the holocaust and the Japanese Adult Video Awards.
Everyone wants to Tweet with @MarsCuriosity — most of all pop stars.
Apparently her bad girl ways are costing her a deal with skincare brand Nivea. The company intends to revamp their image to reflect wholesome values.
“It’s an honor for them to want to use it and I’m very thankful for that. And they’ve done an amazing job from what I’ve heard,” Phillips said.
We wondered, what would the Curiosity rover (or perhaps some unknown life forms on Mars) like to listen to? Here are some suggestions, including the Black Eyed Peas, Katy Perry, Karmin, John Mayer and more.
The singer also debuted a new tattoo of the album name on her arm, tweeting, “New ink, new album,” while fans try to guess what ARTPOP is an acronym for.