Top 10 Most Viewed “Adele – Hello” Covers on Youtube!

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Right after Adele posted her new hit song “Hello” on Youtube; fans, artists and Youtube singers from around the world started uploading covers of the song.

As of this moment, the original video has almost 298 Million views, but the covers are getting a bigger hype, and the following are the best covers on Youtube sorted by the number of views:

Top 1: 7 Million Views in 4 Days

Top 2: 6.7 Million Views in 1 Week

Top 3: 2.3 Million Views in 1 Week

Top 4: 1.5 Million Views in 2 Weeks

Featured: 680K in 2 Days! Noel Kharman – Hello Fairouz Mashup!

Top 5: 900K in 1 Week

Top 6: 860K in 1 Week

Top 7: 740K in 3 Days

Top 8: 640K in 2 Weeks

Top 9: 630K in 1 Week

Top 10: 570K in 1 Week

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James Bond ‘Spectre’ Number one with $73 million Opening Weekend!

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The new James Bond film “Spectre” was No. 1 at the box office and opened to an estimated $73 million in the U.S. and Canada. That’s the second biggest debut in the James Bond series, but well behind 2012’s “Skyfall,” which also starred Daniel Craig and was directed by Sam Mendes and took in $88.4 million its first weekend.

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Early international returns have broken records in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom, indicating that Americans are a little cooler on Bond’s latest big screen foray. The movie may have been impacted by many negative reviews, a change from “Skyfall.”

Distributor Sony Pictures Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. spent about $250 million to make “Spectre,” vs. $209 million on “Skyfall.”

The weekend’s other new film playing nationwide was “The Peanuts Movie,” an animated return to the screen for Charlie Brown and his friends. With largely positive reviews, it opened at No. 2 with $45 million, a good but not great number for a franchise that’s new to most kids.

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Adele Named Richest Young Musician!

ADELE has been named the UK’s richest young musician, with a fortune of £30 million. The singer has topped the list of music millionaires under the age of 30, in the latest edition of the annual Sunday TimesRich List.

In second place was fellow Vogue cover girl Cheryl Cole, with a £14 million fortune, closely followed by Leona Lewis and Katie Melua, worth an estimated £12 million each. This year’s list also marked the first appearance of the five One Direction boys, who are each worth an impressive £5 million – or £25 million combined.

The news marks a particularly momentous year for Adele, who welcomed her first child with partner Simon Konecki, and won an Oscar for her theme tune to the latest James Bond thriller, Skyfall. Her album,21, was the best-selling album in the world for the second year in a row in 2012.

Sir Paul McCartney was named the UK and Ireland’s richest musician overall, with a fortune of £680 million, closely followed by Andrew Lloyd Webber (£620m), the members of U2 (£520m), and Sir Elton John (£240m)

Child Versions Of Rihanna, Beyonce, Taylor Swift & More Grammy Stars On The Red Carpet!

Adele with her kid double courtesy of ToddleWood.
Adele and kid Adele are the cutest duo of all time!

The 2013 Grammys may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a SERIOUS “aww” attack from these photos shot by Tricia Messeroux for a project she calls “ToddleWood.” Essentially, Tricia looks at all the biggest celebrity red carpet events (like the Grammys) and swaps our favorite celebs with look-alike kids! So, yes this is the best photo project EVER. (Seriously — the match is SO PRECISE — down to the lipstick shade and facial expression.) And now Tricia has taken on the 2013 Grammys red carpet, meaning that, yes, there is officially a mini-Adele, tiny Justin Timberlake, and toddler Taylor Swift walking a mini-red carpet. Thankfully there were no Grammy dress code violators, because that’d just be creepy and illegal.

Beyonce and her little Bey courtesy of Toddlewood are the cutest.

Little Bey is WERQUING!

Seriously, how spot-on are these mini-stars?? Basically now we’re just hoping that the kids don’t go all method on us and adopt their celeb counterparts’ responsibilities. Tiny Adele shouldn’t endure a tiny heartbreak in “Someone Like You,” and Little Justin would just get his “Suit & Tie” dirty running around with all the other little boys. And let’s just say that kidRihanna should enjoy her younger years before she discovers her older version’s Instagram. Still, these pictures are so perfect, darling, and innocent — so we’re making a conscious decision not to worry TOO much about these child stars’ futures for now. (Just say no, kids. Nobody wants to burn out before age 17.)

Justin Timberlake at the Grammys with his little "Suit & Tie" double courtesy of ToddleWood.

The smaller Justin Timberlake is nailing his little grin.

Rihanna kid version even is rocking a diamond on her hand, courtesy of ToddleWood.

Hopefully, little Rihanna is still a good girl, not yet gone bad.

Taylor Swift at the Grammys alongside her ToddleWood double.

Child Taylor Swift writes the most SCATHING songs about the boys on the playground.

Jennifer Lopez, Lea Michele, Isla Fisher Miranda Kerr & Sarah Paulson wearing Lebanese designers dresses at The Golden Globes Awards 2013! List Of Winners

The Golden Globes boasted some red-hot arrivals to kick off the Hollywood awards season even as the fashion chatter among top movie and TV stars was largely about an unusually chilly night. Heat lamps warmed up the 50 degree-red carpet, a chilly night for Los Angeles. But the cold weather did not stop Hollywood finest of wearing the most gorgeous gowns mostly inspired by the upcoming Spring/Summer collection of 2013. So ladies take note of the newest Fashion trends!

White

The color white was all over the red carpet with stars like Anne Hathaway (Chanel), Jennifer Lopez (Zuhair Mrad), Lea Michelle (Elie Saab), Kerry Washington (Miu Miu).

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Black

Black is back! Stars like Salma Hayek (Gucci), Adele (Burberry), Kate Hudon (Alexander McQueen), Eva Longoria (Pucci) glammed up the Red Carpet with black gowns with sequin, gold embroideries and lace!

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Burgundy

The shades of burgundy are still going strong and shimmered on the Golden Globes red carpet with Jennifer Garner (Vivienne Westwood), Jennifer Lawrence (Dior), Taylor Swift (Donna Karan Atelier) and Naomie Watts (Zac Posen)

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Spring patterns

Floral patterns, orange and yellow gave us a sneak-peek of what to expect this summer! Halle Berry (Versace), Jessica Alba (Oscar de la Renta), Emily Blunt (Michael Kors), Lucy Liu (Carolina Herrera)

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All shades of blue were seen on the red carpet of the Golden Globes! Jessica Chastain (Calvin Klein), Jodie Foster (Armani), Julie Bowen (Jenny Packham), Nicole Richie (Naeem Khan)

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Statement Earrings

If the 2013 Golden Globes are any indication, larger than life statement earrings are the new “it” jewelry.Golden Globe gals stepped out with luxe lobes thanks to dramatic earrings in a rainbow array of colors. Salma Hayek (Paraiba Tourmaline Cabochon), Julianna Moore (Bulgari), Taylor Swift ( Lorraine Schwartz).

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Winners List:

Picture, Drama: “Argo.”

Picture, Musical or Comedy: “Les Miserables.”

Actor, Drama: Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln.”

Actress, Drama: Jessica Chastain, “Zero Dark Thirty.”

Director: Ben Affleck, “Argo.”

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Hugh Jackman, “Les Miserables.”

Actress, Musical or Comedy: Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver Linings Playbook.”

Supporting Actor: Christoph Waltz, “Django Unchained.”

Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables.”

Foreign Language: “Amour.”

Animated Film: “Brave.”

Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino, “Django Unchained.”

Original Score: Mychael Danna, “Life of Pi.”

Original Song: “Skyfall” (music and lyrics by Adele and Paul Epworth), “Skyfall.”

TELEVISION:

Series, Drama: “Homeland.”

Series, Musical or Comedy: “Girls.”

Actress, Drama: Claire Danes, “Homeland.”

Actor, Drama: Damian Lewis, “Homeland.”

Actress, Musical or Comedy: Lena Dunham, “Girls.”

Actor, Musical or Comedy: Don Cheadle, “House of Lies.”

Miniseries or Movie: “Game Change.”

Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Julianne Moore, “Game Change.”

Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Kevin Costner, “Hatfields & McCoys.”

Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Maggie Smith, “Downton Abbey.”

Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie: Ed Harris, “Game Change.”

Previously announced:

Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award: Jodie Foster.