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The Paramore vocalist and her new fiance receive congratulatory messages from Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and Pete Wentz.
Named Woman of the Year, Swift is honored for selling more albums than anyone else over the course of the past year.
The rock band's frontwoman is the first recipient of the award given to a 'standout female artist who breaks from convention to make a unique mark in music and pave the way for other talent.'
New Found Glory's guitarist Chad Gilbert and the Paramore vocalist anger Directioners after saying on Twitter that the 1D song sounds similar to NFG's 2006 single 'It's Not Your Fault'.
The DJ plays the piano while Paramore's lead vocalist whips her hair in the new electro-pop song video.
Nate Ruess does the part originally sung by Gotye, while the lead singer of Paramore sings Kimbra's verses in the acoustic performance.
Gracing the cover of Marie Claire U.K., the 'Mad Men' beauty also opens up about facing her fears head on, her dislike of interviews and living a single life.
Fans of the 'Twilight' series now get a clue of what kind of gown that Bella has chosen in her wedding to vampire lover, Edward.
The demo version of B.o.B's hit single 'Airplanes' comes out featuring Lupe and the Paramore lead singer.
The Paramore frontwoman, who previously refused to pose for magazine covers for years, had mixed feelings about posing for the Cosmo cover.
The Paramore lead singer is sad and grieving 'In the Mourning', which she made not for the band but just for fun.
The band's most successful album yet which ironically also becomes a breaking point for them mostly talks about Hayley Williams coping with her break-up with Josh Farro.
Saying that she was offered a record deal when she was 14, Hayley explains she returned to Paramore because she realized that she never wanted to go solo.
Beside talking about how Hayley Williams dominated the band and treated them as 'hired guns,' the former member of Paramore also revealed he and she were once lovers.
The monopodal dwarves seem to be a threat for Edmund and Prince Caspian as they are invisible, but their true appearances do not make Edmund and Prince Caspian afraid at all.