90s

Never-Before-Seen Clip Of Selena Unearthed After Being Lost For 23 Years

Selena Quintanilla's unexpected death in 1995 was one the first celebrity deaths that many of us 80s and 90s kids really mourned. San Antonio CurrentThe 23-year-old Tejano singer was on the way to international super stardom when her life was cut short by Yolanda Saldivar, her friend and former manager of Selena Etc. boutiques. Selena discovered that Yolanda was part of a money embezzlement scheme involving her fan club and the clothing boutiques. As a result, Yolanda was fired, but initially refused to hand over the financial records. Three weeks later, Selena set up a meeting with her at a

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Meat Loaf Has Had Enough Near Death Experiences That It'll Make You Wonder If He's Cursed

Meat Loaf is one of the biggest singers to come out of the 70s, and honestly his music still holds up to this day. He has had countless hit songs and many awesome performances in movies and TV shows that always make his fans happy. Personally, his role in Spice World is one of my favorites, but of course he was also in Rocky Horror Picture Show and Fight Club. Columbia PicturesHe was born as Marvin Lee Aday before he changed his name to Michael Lee Aday. Now, everyone knows him as the iconic rock star Meat Loaf. But even

90s

Aaron Carter Was A Huge Star Back In the Day, But What Is He Up To Now?

Aaron Carter is one of those 90s pop stars that a lot of people were obsessed with in the 90s. He was one of the younger singers, so the little kids finally had someone more reasonable to have a crush on. More importantly, his preteen music was just what they needed for all those school dances. Celebs NowAs the younger brother of Backstreet Boy, Nick Carter, he had a lot to live up to. It wasn't always easy, but he managed to stand out with singles like "I Want Candy", "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)", and "That's How I Beat

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90s Kids Will Be Happy To Know Baby Spice Is Just Like All Of Us

Emma Bunton is exactly like the rest of us. The former Spice Girl admits that she loves their old songs as much as the rest of us do! SpiceUpWorldWhile you might think the singer would be sick of hearing those hit 90s pop songs over and over again, you would be wrong! The pop star is still super proud of all of the music they created back in the 90s. Columbia PicturesLately, Bunton has been busy hosting the show Boy Band but she took time for an interview to revealed a bunch of stuff, including which of her singles still

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Enya Lives In A Literal Castle With Just Her Cats And It'll Honestly Give You New Life Goals

If you needed to accentuate an emotional moment in a 90s movie, then you needed to call Enya. Her new age tunes make you feel all kinds of emotions, and while you may not be able to fully understand what she's saying, you felt at ease while the song is on. The Irish singer has managed to become one of the richest singers in the UK even though she rarely performs live, and she lives such a reclusive life that there is a lot of mystery surrounding her. Here's what the singer's life is actually like, now that she's made

80s

Debbie Gibson Opens Up About Being A Teen Star, And One Fan's "Dying Wish"

Debbie Gibson first came into our lives in the mid 80s with her song "Only In My Dreams." The singer/songwriter released the single in 1986, and was signed immediately. She recorded her first album in only four weeks, and managed to make her way onto the Top 40 charts. Gibson would later become the youngest artist to write, produce, and perform a Billboard number-one single, which she earned for her song "Foolish Beat." She was one of the biggest names in pop music in the 80s, and her bowler hats and rolled up jeans made her the style icon

90s

Cranberries Lead Singer Dolores O'Riordan Passes Away At 46

There's some sad news coming out of the music world today. Dolores O'Riordan, best known as the lead singer for the rock band The Cranberries, has died at the age of 46. The Irish singer and her bandmates garnered international success in the 90s with their chart-topping hits, including "Zombie," "Linger," and "Ode to My Family."Clare FMThe Cranberries were considerably less popular towards the end of the decade, and in 2003, they disbanded. Six years later, the band announced that they were reuniting, and had an album as well as a tour in the works. They have since released

90s

Brandy Was A Huge Star In The 90s, But How Has She Kept Her Career Going Since Her Infamous Car Accident?

She became a huge hit when her song "I Wanna Be Down" came out when she was only 15 years old, but it feels like it has been years since we have seen Brandy. The R&B singer found success in not only the music industry, but as an actress as well. Brandy starred in the popular show Moesha, for all six seasons. She made her big screen debut in the movie I Know What You Did Last Summer, and also starred in a made-for-TV version of Cinderella. Columbia PicturesAll the while, her albums were coming out roughly every couple

90s

We All Remember That It Wasn't Him, But What Is Shaggy Up To Now?

He was the one and only Mr. Bombastic, and he managed to completely sweep the nation with his reggae style that we all loved, but where did Shaggy end up after the early 2000s? Well, first let's take a look at where he started.Shaggy was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and his real name is actually Orville Richard Burrell. He was raised by a single mother, and at 18 years old, they ended up moving to Brooklyn, New York. It was then that he decided to join the U.S. Marine Corps, which stationed him in North Carolina. AlchetronHe spent

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Stop, Collaborate, And Listen, It's Been 28 Years Since 'Ice, Ice, Baby' Came Out, But Where Is Vanilla Ice Now?

"Alright stop. Collaborate, and listen" are probably five words that immediately start a tune playing in your head. Half the time you need to tell someone to stop, you find yourself auto-completing the phrase without realizing it. Vanilla Ice managed to completely take over the world with his song "Ice, Ice, Baby," but after that he seemed to vanish for quite a while. Vanilla Ice's real name is Robert Van Winkle. He was heavily influenced by hip-hop because he felt there was a connection to poetry. "It's a very big passion of mine because I love poetry. I was just