Grammy Award-winning Singer-Songwriter & Record Producer
Television Host & Radio Personality Known For "TRL," "Last Call With Carson Daly" & "The Voice"
Canadian Singer Most Known for "Where Are Ü Now" & "What Do You Mean?"
Award-Winning Pop Singer-Songwriter
Actress and Singer; Known for "Ender's Game," "True Grit" and "Pitch Perfect 2"
Singer-Songwriter, Actress, Philanthropist & Environmental Activist
Singer, Entertainer, Composer, Producer & Humanitarian; Founder of The Lionel Richie Foundation; Judge on "American Idol"
Grammy Award-Winning Singer, Songwriter & Actress; Creator of Savage X Fenty
Actress & Singer; Best Known for "Wizards of Waverly Place"
One of the Most Successful and Critically Acclaimed Bands of the 20th Century
Singer, Songwriter, & Actor; Best Known for His Single "Can't Say No"
Singer-Songwriter & Former Member of Fifth Harmony
Japanese-Australian Singer-Songwriter, Record Producer, Author, Former Internet personality & Comedian
Iconic 80s & 90s Pop-Rock Band Known for "Walk Like An Egyptian," "Eternal Flame" & "Manic Monday"