Lauren Jauregui

Lance Bass, Pentatonix, Cyndi Lauper and More to Celebrate Pride Prom This Weekend

Former ‘American Idol’ contestant-turned Broadway talent Todrick Hall on Wednesday unveiled the list of headliners for the weekend celebration, which features Lance Bass, Cyndi Lauper, Lauren Jauregui, Pentatonix, and many others.
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Lauren Jauregui at the 2018 American Music Awards

Lauren Jauregui Distances With New '50ft' Single & Video

Take a first listen and look on this new, bilingual track.
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RIP Gracie: Remembering Lauren Jauregui's Adorable Dog

"My heart yearns to feel her licks across my face"
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Why Jaguars Need to Get Lauren Jauregui a Radio ASAP

The "Expectations" singer's surprising answer to a fan's question
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Jaguars Asked, She Answered: The compliment Lauren Jauregui Wants to Hear

This character trait is what she wants to be known for
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Lennon Stella, Lauren Jauregui, Sabrina Carpenter

Lauren Jauregui, Sabrina Carpenter, and More Cast Themselves in a Biopic

While you’re busy making the tough choice between 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'A Star Is Born' for Best Picture, we had Lauren Jauregui, Sabrina Carpenter, Lindsey Stirling, Lennon Stella, and Sofi Tukker join us to cast their own biopics!
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Lauren Jauregui Argues for that aliens are real.

Lauren Jauregui Answers Fan Question, Says Aliens Have to be Real

When asked if she believes in aliens, Lauren Jauregui pretty much proved why you're foolish to not believe...
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SONGS

Lauren Jauregui, MAX, Sabrina Carpenter and More Share the Song That Changed Their Life

These are the songs that left a mark
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Sabrina Carpenter, Jackson Wang, MAX

Mark Ronson, Lauren Jauregui, MAX, Sabrina Carpenter, and More Create their Emoji-Inspired GRAMMY Playlist

While we anxiously await the 2019 GRAMMY Awards, we rounded up some of our favorite artists to play the emoji game.
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Lauren Jauregui, Sabrina Carpenter, Zhavia Ward, and More Help Us Create New GRAMMY Categories

Record Of The Year is great, but how about Emo Songs To Cry To?
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