The two larger than life stars give Olympic champion Gabby Douglas a perfect score.
Everything’s coming up 1D. The guys play a surprise performance in London, get parodied in tribute to the US women’s gymnastics team and get a surprisingly beautiful piano treatment.
After becoming the unofficial theme song of the American women’s gymnastics team, Phillip Phillips’ “Home” is seeing a boost in sales.
Sheeran had previously mentioned that he would perform with a “big rock band” at the Olympics, inspiring rumors that he’d play with One Direction, for whom Sheeran wrote the song “Moments.”
For callers to the show It was nearly unanimous, almost everybody choosing to win a Olympic Gold Medal. What about you? Is there anything better than winning on the world stage?
It seems the pop star took note of her impressive gold medal win and found out they had something in common: they both dig Justin Bieber.
Check out the Carly Rae Jepsen hit modified for swimming hottie Lochte: “It’s hard to swim right by Phelps baby/But this is my year, so call me Lochte.”
The Olympics’ Closing Ceremony is expected to be even more star-studded than its Opening Ceremony and is rumored to feature One Direction.
She was handpicked by director Danny Boyle, the architect behind the opening ceremonies, to perform a tribute to “mortality” that was interpreted by many to be in honor of the 7/7 London terror victims. NBC instead aired an interview of swimmer Michael Phelps by Ryan Seacrest.
This year’s Olympic ceremonies will feature numerous songs written by historic classical composers decades ago as well as performances by former 90s superstars like the Spice Girls. But where’s all the new music?