Fun Fact! Jewel was discovered after Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers saw her perform in a café. Her four Grammy nominations and over 27 million albums sold are a mere prelude to her new gig: hosting Platinum Hit.
Ironically, Natasha Bedingfield's most successful song is "Unwritten." Her new album is called Strip Me. Wonder how brother Daniel feels about that. (We bet he'll get through it….)
Gavin DeGraw still doesn't wanna be anything other than what he's been tryna be lately. Hopefully he’s still tryna be sexy when he guest judges on Platinum Hit, July 18th.
Leona Lewis returns to the genre that made her famous when she guest-judges the finale of Platinum Hit, August 8th. We bleeding love her!
The Queen of Disco works hard for the money guest-judging Platinum Hit on June 6th.
Although he's extra famous for his relationships with celebrities ranging from Jennifer Aniston to Jessica Simpson, we can't forget that he taught us that our bodies are wonderlands.
Without The Boss, who would we have to chronicle New Jersey?
Although famous for, well, a lot of other things, MJ is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Although he's sold over 250 million records, Elton John's music will never be louder than his suits.
Whether credited to Lennon-McCartney or McCartney-Lennon, their 180 co-written songs are some of the most influential and popular in history.
This Irish lyricist and U2 founder might save the world -- if only he can save Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark first.
Hard to believe that the "It's Too Late" lyricist also wrote "The Loco-Motion" for Little Eva, as well as "Where You Lead," the theme song to one of our favorite shows of all time, Gilmore Girls.)
The Rolling Stones founders got along well enough to write over 100 songs together.
Before she ever strapped on a meat dress or climbed into an egg, Gaga was performing her own songs at open mic nights. We anticipate and fear what she does next.
While in Destiny's Child, Beyoncé co-wrote both "Independent Women" and "Cater 2 U." Guess you really can have it both ways. . .or it might just be the Jay-Z influence. (Sidenote: We've watched Beyoncé': I Am. . . where she describes the stories behind all of her songs more times than we care to mention.)