What happens when two incredibly accomplished celebrities get together or break up? We get wonderful hit songs that all of us love to listen and sing. To begin with the famous love song “No Me Ames” and wrap it up with “Cry Me A River” we are giving you a list of 10 most beautiful songs inspired by celebrity couples, their love or heartbreak.
10. SKRILLEX – SUMMIT (FT. ELLIE GOULDING)
The 10th place took Skrillex and Elie Goulding with the song “Summit”. They unite together to create this hit for Skrillex’s “Bangarang” EP. ‘’ Summit topped to 18th place on the Hot Dance/ Electronic Songs chart. Goulding and Skrillex started dating in 2012 but a couple of months later they split up as a result of problems of long distance relationship.
9. “VERTIGO” – JASON DERULO & JORDIN SPARKS
“ You give me vertigo, vertigo..”. Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks teamed up in order to show their love by creating this steamy ballad named “Vertigo”. This loving couple started dating in 2012 and this song is released in 2013. The song is composed for Derulo’s album “Tattoos”.
AVRIL LAVIGNE – “LET ME GO” ft. CHAD KROEGER
The song “Let Me Go” was released on October 15, 2013, as the third single of Avril Lavigne.This love ballad finds Avril duetting with her husband, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger. They started dating that July and got married on July 1, 2013. Their collaborative single “Let Me Go” peaked at 20 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
7.”WHO YOU LOVE”- KATY PERRY & JOHN MAYER
“ Who You Love” is a song written and performed by Katy Perry and her date John Mayer. It pops up in Mayer’s sixth studio album, “Paradise Valley”. Perry started dating Mayer after her divorce in 2012 with the famous actor Russell Brand. The song peaked up to. 48th place on the Hot 100.
6.“BIRTHDAY CAKE”- RIHANNA & CHRIS BROWN
The Barbadian singer and songwriter Rihanna and her boyfriend, the well-known singer, Chris Brown collaborated on a controversial remix of her track “Birthday Cake. The song was released on Rihanna’s 24th birthday in 2012. It topped to 2nd place on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. Rihanna performed the song for the first time on May 5, 2012, on Saturday Night Live and the performance started with the original version of “Birthday Cake”.