When Pink announced that she was teaming up with singer/songwriter Dallas Green for an intimate duo project called You + Me, some wondered if their respective spouses would mind all the time that the two were spending together. But Pink says she's not worried that Green has a crush on her: she's worried that he has a crush on her husband.
Pink's married to motocross racer Carey Hart, while Green is married to a Canadian TV personality named Leah Miller. Speaking to Australian journalists, Pink joked, "“My thing is, I'm worried about Carey and [Dallas] falling in love because Carey is already his biggest fan. I am pretty in love with Leah."
"I feel Leah and I will be shopping one day for face soaps and we're going to come home, and they're going to be spooning, one big tattoo, listening to records," she laughed.
Green says that's pretty accurate, saying that the night before he and Pink were scheduled to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and do their first-ever gig, he told his wife "I've got one goal for tomorrow." When she asked what it was, he replied, "'I'm going to get Carey’s phone number!"
"And I did!" he adds.
To further demonstrate that Carey isn't jealous of Green, Pink posted a photo of the two men hugging, with the caption, "Looks like the spouses are okay."
Asked if the two will tour together, they say it's a "possible maybe."
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Lady Gaga's a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker, but apparently, she's also a California girl. TMZ reports that the star has just dropped $24 million on a huge mansion in Malibu.
Sources tell TMZ that the home sits on six acres, and features his-and-hers walk-in closets, a pool, gym, wine cellar, bowling alley, bocce ball court, a stable big enough for eight horses and even a "safe room."
If you're looking for someplace a bit more modest in La La Land, though, you may want to check out John Legend's house. He and his wife, model Chrissy Teigen, are selling their L.A. home for $1.995 million.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the house includes three bedrooms, including one that was converted into a studio, where Legend wrote and recorded songs for his Love in the Future album. The couple purchased it as a second home in 2007; their primary residence is in New York City. But now, according to John, they feel it's a bit too small.
“We’re ready to expand a little bit," Legend says. “If we could have the twice-as-big version of this place, we would get it. We love the feel of this home.” He personalized the house by inscribing lyrics from his songs on a light fixture.
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If you've ever thought U2 frontman Bono's habit of always wearing shades was merely a rock star affectation, well, get ready to eat some crow: turns out there's a serious medical reason behind it.
As part of Rolling Stone's recent cover story on Taylor, her friend Lena Dunham said that there's one song on Taylor's new album, 1989, that she plans to insist the singer perform at her wedding -- if she indeed ends up having one. Now, Taylor has posted some of the lyrics to Lena's special song.