Sara D. Anderson is Editor-in-Chief of PopCrush.com, which she has been running since the site's inception in early 2011, and has interviewed everyone from Ed Sheeran to Rita Ora. She previously served as Editor-in-Chief of the AOL Radio Blog. Ms. Anderson is an alumnus of the NYU SPI program and graduated with a BA in English Literature from the University of Colorado.
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Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead at 46
We report with a heavy heart that critically acclaimed actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Manhattan apartment today (Feb. 2). He was only 46.
Foxes Discusses the Meaning of ‘Glorious’ Title Track + Her Fashion Inspiration [VIDEO]
If you've heard of Zedd's Top 10 hit 'Clarity,' then you've heard of Foxes, or rather her soothing vocals, which are featured on said track. Since then, the budding 24-year-old singer-songwriter has worked with U.K. artists Rudimental and Sub Focus, and was even featured on …
Let Her Eat Cake! Foxes Talks Sweets, Moniker + Workout Regimen [VIDEO]
If we had to choose one female artist to fangirl over in 2014, it would be Louisa Rose Allen of Foxes. She has an effortless style -- from her dramatic doe-eyes and hipster bangs to her synth-pop sound and soothing vocals.
2013 BET Awards Winners List
It's difficult to tell in advance who will be the 2013 BET Awards winners. Drake led in nominations, earning a whopping 12 nods (despite not making an appearance since Chris Brown will be there), followed by Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz.
Lil Wayne Hospitalized After Having More Seizures, Friends Deny He Was in Critical Conditi…
According to TMZ, Lil Wayne is back in the hospital due to seizures, but it's much worse than last time. He's in critical condition, and his family is on the way to the hospital, planning for the worst.
2012 BET Hip-Hop Award Winners List
The 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards were tapped on Sept. 29, but the show debuted tonight (Oct. 9), and with a bang! Wiz Khalifa hit the stage performing his summer anthem 'Work Hard Play Hard' before a slew of winners were announced.