Ariana decides to be part of the solution, not part of the problem with her pro-love pop anthem.
The second of Ariane’s two doo-wop ballads on “Yours Truly” proves a little more distinctive.
At long last, the single that brought us all here.
A duet (with the Wanted’s Nathan Sykes) like they truly don’t make ‘em anymore.
A duet borrowed from Mika’s latest album casts Ariana as an unlikely outcast.
How many of these songs are about Justin Bieber?
Selena closes out the album with an emotional climax.
Selena wants Justin to man the eff up.
Selena channels 2004 Britney, and it’s perfect.
The whole point of this song is to not be about Justin Bieber.
“Stars Dance” kicks off with a song that’s reminiscent of Gwen Stefani’s best.
Breakups have never sounded this exhilarating.
Is Justin ready for “it”?
In which Selena Gomez pays tribute to Rihanna.