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Wednesday
Jan282015

Mariah Carey Sued by Former Nanny

Courtesy Caesars EntertainmentMariah Carey is being sued by her former nanny, the New York Daily News reports. In the suit filed Wednesday in Manhattan federal court, Simonette Da Costa claims Mariah forced her to work 100-hour weeks, and refused to pay her overtime.

Simonette says she went to work for Mariah and her now estranged husband Nick Cannon in October 2013. She lived with the family and took care of twins Moroccan and Monroe. She also accompanied the children whenever Mariah traveled for global concerts and appearances. “She was on call 24 hours a day. She was always at their beck and call,” the nanny’s lawyer, Eli Freedberg, says.

Simonette was allegedly paid between $6,000 and $7,200 per month, but didn’t get any overtime, despite working around the clock.

“Plaintiff was on duty during all hours of each 24 hour day with no entitlement for breaks, for meals, and even for sleep,” the suit claims. “Indeed, Ms. Carey would often call plaintiff at hours in the middle of the night and demand to be taken to her children or to be updated on the status of her children.”

Simonette says she was fired in January of last year after Mariah berated her “for expressing too much affection for their children.” Her lawyer says Mariah was “jealous” of her relationship with the twins. He estimates Mariah and Nick owe his client about $100,000 in damages.

A rep for Mariah tells the paper, “We don’t comment on frivolous lawsuits.”

This isn’t the first time Mariah’s been sued by a former employee. In December, she was sued for allegedly not paying her longtime staffer Ylser Oliver overtime for seven years. Ylser claimed she worked 10 to 16 hours a day, six to seven days a week, cleaning Mariah’s home and tending to her needs. That case is still pending.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson Still #1, Fall Out Boy Score First Top 10 Since 2007 

RCA RecordsThe Billboard Hot 100 is still totally funked up.  "Uptown Funk," by Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, rules the #1 spot for a fourth week.

According to Billboard, one thing that helped the song maintain its position this week is the popularity of a viral video featuring a teacher from Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Texas leading students in an elaborate dance routine to the song.  Streaming video now counts when it comes to chart position, and the clip has racked up close to four million views. 

Bruno reacted to the viral video on his Facebook page Tuesday, admitting it made him emotional. "I cried at the end," he wrote. "I'm still a thug though. Thank you to everyone involved in making this video."

Elsewhere on the chart, Fall Out Boy's latest hit "Centuries" has jumped from #12 to #10, giving the band its first top 10 hit since 2007.  Fall Out Boy had previously reached the top 10 with "Sugar, We're Goin' Down," "Dance, Dance" and "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race." 

By the way, the song "Centuries" samples the song "Tom's Diner," a top 5 hit in 1990 by singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega, so she's listed as one of its co-writers.  As a result, Vega now has a top 10 hit for the first time in 24 years.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Gavin DeGraw to Perform at Super Bowl's NFL Tailgate Party This Sunday 

James Minchin III/RCA RecordsAdd Gavin DeGraw to the list of performers at Sunday's Super Bowl. 

Gavin, along with country star Dierks [derks] Bentley, will be performing at the NFL Tailgate Party as part of the pregame festivities at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.  A portion of each singer's performance will air live during NBC's Super Bowl Sunday pregame show.

The pregame show will also feature John Legend singing "America the Beautiful," while Idina Menzel will belt out the national anthem.  Katy Perry, of course, will headline the halftime show.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Sly Stone Awarded $5 Million in Lawsuit over Unpaid Royalties

Sly Stone, 1975 (Credit: Herb Greene)Sly Stone, frontman of the pioneering funk band Sly and the Family Stone, has been awarded a $5 million settlement in a lawsuit he brought against his former manager and lawyer over unpaid royalties.  The verdict was announced Tuesday following two days of jury deliberations.

Variety reports that in the lawsuit, which was filed in 2010, the singer claimed that manager Gerald Goldstein and attorney Glenn Stone convinced him to sign an agreement with a company called Even Street Productions in 1989 that gave his business associates access to his music royalties, which he claimed they used for their own financial gain.

"It was a classic case of Hollywood accounting, but I guess it would have to be called record industry accounting," said Sly's lead attorney, Nick Hornberger.  He added that the jury "sent a very clear message."

The defendant's lawyer Gregory Bodell said in response to the lawsuit's outcome, "We are disappointed in the finding and believe it will be changed by further proceedings."

During the trial, Sly maintained that he hadn't been paid any royalties between 1989 and 2000.  However, lawyers for Goldstein and Glenn Stone claimed that the singer had received millions of dollars, and said he violated his agreement by not recording new music.  The defendants also argued that Sly was aware of the terms of the agreement he signed, which they say he renewed dozens of times between the years 1994 and 2006.

Sly Stone was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with his famous band in 1993.  The singer has battled drug problems for decades and has performed only sporadically in recent years.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Kenny G: I'm "Partially Responsible" for Starbucks' Frappuccino

Chapman BaehlerStarbucks Frappuccino fans might have Kenny G to thank for the delicious frozen beverage. The Grammy award-winning saxophonist told Bloomberg News Tuesday that he invested in the Seattle-based coffee chain early on, and his input helped get Frappuccinos on the menu.

"At the beginning, Starbucks didn't have anything but coffee," the 59-year-old said. "And there was another company, Coffee Bean, that had something called 'blended' and it was a sweet drink and people were lined up around the block. And I would always call Howard [Schulz, Starbucks' founder] and say, 'Howard, there's this thing that they do there that's like a milkshake or whatever.'"

He claims that his suggestion, along with other people making the same requests, pushed Starbucks to expand their drink options. "And so I think that part of the reason that they did Frappuccino was people like me giving them that kind of feedback," he said. "So I would like to think that I was partially responsible for that."

He said his favorite Starbucks drink to this day is the Frappuccino.

Kenny G’s latest album, Brazilian Nights, was released Tuesday. Funny enough, it’s not for sale at Starbucks counters yet. “I would advise them to take this Brazilian Nights because I think Brazilian music, coffee is going to go beautifully together,” Kenny said. If Starbucks learned anything from the Frappuccino, they’ll take Kenny G’s advice.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Big Sean Gushes About “Special” Relationship with Ariana Grande

ABC/Kelsey McNealWe’ve known for months that Big Sean and Ariana Grande are dating, but now we’re hearing Big Sean gush about his girl. In a new cover story with Complex, the 26-year-old rapper opens up about his “special” relationship with the 21-year-old singer and frequent collaborator.

Sean, who was previously engaged to Glee’s Naya Rivera, tells the mag he has a “new chick that [he’s] gotta thank God for.” He says he and Ariana first met at a Christmas show in 2011 and struck up a conversation. Ariana told him she was a fan of his music and the two became fast friends.

“We started as friends,” Sean says. “I’d never done that. Usually you meet a girl and then start dating. We always saw each other in the studio, and we’d talk about songs we were working on. It was cool to have a girl that I could talk to about my problems. I did that with her…This is something special and I appreciate every moment of it.”

Big Sean says he tries to avoid media scrutiny of their relationship and doesn't allow the pressure to get to him. “I don’t think about it like that,” he says. “You can’t be afraid, because when you’re afraid you don’t give it your all.”

Sean and Ariana first collaborated on the song “Right There” from Ariana’s debut album, Yours Truly. Sean also appeared on Ariana’s hit “Problem,” and another track on her current album, My Everything, called “Best Mistake.” They confirmed their relationship after they were seen walking hand-in-hand backstage at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards last August.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Paul McCartney Performing with Rihanna and Kanye West at the Grammys?

Westbury Road Entertainment/Roc Nation RecordsIf rumors are to be believed, Paul McCartney will be taking the stage with Rihanna and Kanye West at the Grammy Awards next month to perform their new collaboration, "FourFiveSeconds."

"Paul McCartney's a Grammys regular and it will give Rihanna serious kudos to have a Beatle backing her on stage," a source told U.K. newspaper The Sun.  "It is going to be a huge Grammys moment."

McCartney plays on the track, while Rihanna and West share vocals.  "FourFiveSeconds" debuted this past Saturday, and marks the second collaboration featuring Sir Paul and Kanye that's been released in 2015.  McCartney plays keyboard on and co-wrote West's single "Only One," which premiered on New Year's Day.

If McCartney does team up with Rihanna and Kanye to perform at this year's Grammys, it stands to be quite different from Sir Paul's 2014 appearance on the awards show.  Last year, he and his former Beatles band mate Ringo Starr collaborated on a rendition of his new solo song "Queenie Eye."  The 57th Annual Grammy Awards take place on February 8 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Mark Ronson Named Ambassador of Grammy Amplifier Program

Florent DechardBruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” collaborator and producer extraordinaire Mark Ronson has just been named the ambassador of the 3rd annual Grammy Amplifier program.

The online music initiative, sponsored by Hyundai and The Recording Academy, aims to mentor aspiring artists and provide them with the opportunity to showcase their talent.

Mark, a three-time Grammy winning producer, will help evaluate online submissions and choose the program’s three winners. The winners will individually be awarded one of the following prizes: A studio recording session with a Grammy winning producer; filming and starring in their own music video with a noted director; or securing an opening act spot for an established musician and/or at a music festival.

The program is currently accepting submissions at GrammyAmplifier.com. Based on their track plays and social media performance, the top 25 finalists will be brought together for a mentorship experience, and then narrowed down by program curators to a short list of finalists. The program’s curators this year are The Band Perry, Ziggy Marley, and singer/songwriter Allen Stone. Mark will pick the three winners and decide which winner gets what prize.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Sam Smith Says He’ll Give Beyonce His Grammy if He Wins

Image Group LA/ABCIn a revealing new cover story for Rolling Stone, Sam Smith admits he wouldn’t mind losing a Grammy to Beyoncé, says he wants abs like Justin Bieber, and reveals he doesn’t like it when people call him the “male Adele.”

The 22-year-old is a huge fan of Beyoncé -- there’s even been video of him singing “Drunk In Love” in the shower, posted online.  But Sam, who's facing off against his idol in the Album of the Year category at the Grammys next month, insists he’d rather see Queen Bey win. "She deserves it way more than I do," he tells Rolling Stone. "I'd be embarrassed if I got it over her. If I got it, I'd give it to her."

Sam’s also a huge Adele fan and calls her “my Michael Jackson,” but he doesn’t like being compared to her. "We're very different, and I feel like the constant comparisons might piss her off," he says, adding, "It just annoys me that people can't digest two pop stars singing really personal songs who don't look like normal pop stars."

That’s not to say Sam doesn’t have moments where he wants to look like a “normal pop star.” He admits he’s on a cayenne-pepper juice diet in order to lose some weight before the Grammys. "I'm just very body-conscious,” he said. “Sometimes I'm really proud that I don't look like other pop stars. But there's also moments where I'm like, 'Ugh, I wish I had abs like Bieber.'"

In a Rolling Stone video, he even joked, “I prefer food to music and sex... and my family.”

Sam's cover story hits stands Friday, January 30.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Rihanna Performing with Kanye West & Paul McCartney at the Grammys?

Westbury Road Entertainment/Roc Nation RecordsIf rumors are to be believed, Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney will be taking the stage at the Grammys next month to perform their new collaboration, “FourFiveSeconds.”

“Rihanna’s seriously pleased to have bagged a big slot at The Grammys and two huge names to kick off her comeback,” a source told The Sun. “Paul McCartney’s a Grammys regular and it will give Rihanna serious kudos to have a Beatle backing her on stage. It is going to be a huge Grammys moment.”

Paul plays on the track while Rihanna and Kanye share vocals. “FourFiveSeconds” debuted last Saturday, with Rihanna describing it on Twitter as “FIRST GLIMPSE AT MY NEW MUSIC!” The singer hasn’t put out a new album since 2012’s Unapologetic.

While a Grammy performance by the trio has yet to be officially confirmed, there are plenty of other big names who are definitely taking the stage, such as Madonna, Ed Sheeran, Adam Levine, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, Usher, Gwen Stefani, Hozier and more. The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will take place February 8 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Usher Doesn't Judge Strippers on New Song, "I Don't Mind" 

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Even though his latest single, "I Don't Mind," featuring Juicy J, is getting a lot of attention for its stripper-centered lyrics, Usher says it isn't necessarily a stripper anthem.

"You know what? No judgement, you know what I mean?" he said on Wednesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "I mean, this a song that obviously a lot of people enjoy listening to and dancing to, its just where they chose to listen and dance to it."

"I Don't Mind" currently sits atop Billboard's Hot R&B Songs chart.

Usher also revealed when fans will get his eighth studio effort, tentatively titled UR, as well as see his upcoming movie, Hands of Stone.

"The album is coming out this year, I also have a movie that's hopefully coming out this year," he says. "I'm doing the final editing and voice-overs and all this stuff for my role in Hands of Stone where I play Sugar Ray Leonard, so it's going to be a really big year."


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Gladys Knight Performing at Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Kwaku Alston/Verve Music GroupGladys Knight will headline the 16th annual NFL-sanctioned Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, taking place this Friday, January 30, in Phoenix, Arizona.

The legendary pop-soul singer will be joined by Anthony Hamilton, Dave HollisterTamela Mann, Mali MusicFred Hammond and Donnie McClurkin. The show also will include unannounced special tributes and surprise performances.  Actress Holly Robinson Peete and retired NFL star Rodney Peete will co-host the event, which also will see the NFL Players Choir hitting the stage.

A portion of the proceeds from the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will be donated to national and local charities.  The event takes place two days before the big game on February 1 in Glendale, Arizona.

Tickets for the concert are currently available for purchase at Ticketmaster.com.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Fall Out Boy Grabs Third Number-One Album with "American Beauty/American Psycho"

Image Courtesy of Island Records/DCD2 RecordsFall Out Boy has scored their second-straight -- and third overall -- number-one debut on the Billboard 200 with American Beauty/American Psycho. The album, featuring the hits "Centuries" and "Uma Thurman," sold 218,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music.  

American Beauty/American Psycho comes two years after FOB's 2013 comeback album, Save Rock and Roll, which also debuted at number one. The band grabbed their first number-one album with 2007's Infinity on High, featuring the single "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race."

In other chart news, both The Decemberists and Marilyn Manson make top-10 appearances on the Billboard 200 for their albums What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World and The Pale Emperor, respectively. The Decemberists' release came in at number seven, giving the Portland band their second straight top-10 debut, following 2011's The King is Dead. Manson, meanwhile, scored his sixth-straight top-10 debut -- and eighth overall -- with The Pale Emperor, which bows at number eight.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Josh Turner, Eric Paslay & More Sign on for the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America

Image Courtesy MCA NashvilleJosh Turner, Eric Paslay, David Nail, Jon Pardi, Lauren Alaina and Mickey Guyton have signed on to be torchbearers in the first-ever Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America. The torch will be lit in Athens, Greece and travel across all 50 U.S. states for 46 days before making its way to the Special Olympics World Games in July.

More than 20,000 people will participate in the relay -- you can sign up to participate at UnifiedRelay.org. ESPN will carry nightly highlights from the Special Olympics World Games, starting with the Opening Ceremony on July 25.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Tom Jones, Annie Lennox Among Newly-Announced Grammy Performers

Marco Grob; Mike OwenContinuing the recent Grammy Awards trend of pairing artists from different genres and eras for special performances, Tom Jones and ex-Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox have been tapped to take part in separate onstage collaborations with younger stars at this year's ceremony.

Jones will team up with U.K. pop/R&B star Jessie J, while Lennox will duet with Irish singer/songwriter Hozier.

Lennox, Hozier and Jessie J all received nominations for various honors at this year's Grammys, while Jones took home a 1965 Grammy for Artist of the Year.  Lennox also has several Grammy trophies on her mantelpiece.

Other just-announced Grammy collaborations include Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga, and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine with fellow The Voice coach Gwen Stefani of No Doubt.  Interestingly, Jones and Jessie J both have served as coaches on the U.K. version of The Voice.

"Musical collaborations have become a GRAMMY staple, and the best part is that artists now suggest many of these duets themselves," says Grammy Awards executive producer Ken Ehrlich in a statement.  "I'm very excited about this year's special segments, and believe they'll be talked about for a long time to come."

Previously-announced performers at this year's Grammys include Madonna, AC/DC, John Legend with Common, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Miranda Lambert, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, and Ariana Grande.  The ceremony airs February 8 on CBS.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Fall Out Boy Scores Third #1 Album, Taylor Holds at #2

Island Records/DCD2 RecordsFall Out Boy has once again proven their staying power: their new album, American Beauty/American Pyscho, featuring the hit "Centuries," has debuted at #1 on the Billboard album chart. 

This is the band's second #1 album in a row, following 2013's Save Rock and Roll, and their third overall: Infinity on High debuted at #1 in 2007.  The album debuts with 218,000 album units sold, according to Nielsen Music, and as Billboard notes, that's the the second-best sales week of Fall Out Boy's entire career, and their largest since 2007.

Thanks to American Beauty/American Psycho and last week's #1 debut, Meghan Trainor's Title, this marks the first time since 2010 that two debut albums released in January -- which is usually a weak sales month -- have scored first-week sales of more than 150,000 copies.

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift's 1989, which was knocked out of the #1 spot by Meghan's album last week, holds at #2.  Meghan's album falls to #3, and Ed Sheeran's X (Multiply) remains at #4.

The top 10 sees debuts by new albums by alternative rockers The Decemberists, veteran shock rocker Marilyn Manson, and rapper Joey Bada$$.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Dierks Bentley Heads Home to Phoenix for Multiple Appearances Surrounding Sunday's Super Bowl

Image Courtesy Nino Munoz/Capitol NashvilleDierks Bentley is in his hometown of Phoenix to participate in several big events surrounding Super Bowl 49 on Sunday. His performance at the official NFL Tailgate will be broadcast as part of NBC's pregame show Sunday afternoon. Dierks is also hosting a pre-Super Bowl bash at his bar, Whiskey Row, on Friday night.

Says Dierks, "It's going to be a fun weekend in my hometown. There are a lot of country fans in the Valley and we are looking forward to taking over this week! I'm excited to have a lot of friends from Nashville in town and to be a part of some of the big events around the game."

Dierks kicked off his public appearances in Phoenix playing in the Waste Management Phoenix Open Annexus Pro-Am golf tournament Wednesday. According a few Instagram posts, Dierks flew in to town Tuesday night and enjoyed some drinks at Whiskey Row with pals Thomas Rhett and Jaren Johnston of The Cadillac Three.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Rita Ora to Perform Oscar-Nominated Song at the Academy Awards 

Image Group LA/ABCBrit singer Rita Ora had a career breakthrough 2014, thanks to "Black Widow," her collaboration with Iggy Azalea. Now she's getting 2015 off to a great start by booking a performance at the Academy Awards.

Rita will perform the Oscar-nominated song "Grateful" at the telecast, airing February 22 on ABC and hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.  The song was written by veteran hitmaker Diane Warren for the movie Beyond the Lights; it's Warren's seventh Oscar nod. 

Rita will release a new album in the spring and will appear in the upcoming movies 50 Shades of Grey and Southpaw.

Rita joins other Oscar performers Adam Levine, who'll sing the nominated song "Lost Stars" from the movie Begin Again, and John Legend and rapper Common, who'll perform the nominated song "Glory," from the movie Selma.  The other nominees are "Everything Is Awesome," from The Lego Movie, and "I'm Not Gonna Miss You," from the movie Glen Campbell...I'll Be Me.  Country music legend Glen Campbell will likely not be able to appear to perform the latter song, because he's currently suffering from Alzheimer's.

The 87th Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, February 22 and air on ABC starting at 7 p.m. ET.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Hozier to Perform with Annie Lennox at Grammys

Credit: Alex LakeMulti-genre collaborations have become a staple at the Grammys over the years -- think last year's Imagine Dragons/Kendrick Lamar performance -- and 2015's show promises to be no different. Among the announced collaborations is a duet between Hozier and acclaimed pop singer Annie Lennox.

"Throughout the years, the Grammy Awards has paired musical icons with new, upcoming artists to give fans remarkable performances that can only be seen on our stage," says Recording Academy President/CEO Neil Portnow in a statement. "This year is no different and, once again, promises to bring together unique musical worlds in innovative ways that blend genres and create new artistic boundaries."

Both Hozier and Lennox are nominated at this year's Grammys -- Hozier's "Take Me to Church" is up for Song of the Year, and Lennox's Nostalgia is up for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Other performers at this year's Grammys include AC/DC and a duet between No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine.


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Wednesday
Jan282015

Sarah McLachlan Recalls Last Year's Super Bowl Ad: "I Just Thought It Was Really Funny" 

Kharen HillThe Super Bowl is this Sunday, and there are sure to be plenty of commercials featuring celebrities poking fun at themselves.  Last year, Sarah McLachlan was one artist who did just that, and she said her Super Bowl ad surprised a lot of people, because many people don't think she has a sense of humor at all.

The ad, for the Audi A3 poked fun at the fact that Sarah's hit "Angel" is used as the soundtrack to a heartbreaking ad for the ASPCA.   In a teaser for the commercial, Sarah was shown earnestly asking for people to help the "Doberhuahuas:" dogs with the body of a Chihuahua and the head of a Doberman. In the actual ad, she was seen attempting to deliver the same message, but the Doberhuahua kept attacking her guitar until she finally threw it down in anger and frustration and walked away.

"Well I love the opportunity to take the p**s out of myself. I am Canadian, after all," Sarah told ABC News Radio about why she did the ad. "Also it was, you know, sort of a little tongue-in-cheek thing with the ASPCA which I’ve become so synonymous with, and I just thought it was really funny."

Sarah, who also made a guest appearance on the comedy series Portlandia in 2011 in an attempt to show her sense of humor, says the reaction she got from the Super Bowl ad just underscores the fact that nobody believes she has one.

"Especially with that and Portlandia, they’re very surprised that I have this funny side," she told ABC News Radio. "And I joke...'You know, I’ve been trying to dispel this myth for years.' But people, they listen to the music and they have this idea of who I am and I think I probably disappointed some people when I come out and, you know, just me!"  

Sarah will kick off a new round of North American tour dates starting February 27 in San Antonio, Texas.


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