Answer: Justin Bieber
Amongst Justin Bieber's numerous tattoos is a pretty-large depiction of Jesus' face on his left calve.
Answer: Phil Collins
The most notable track on Urban Renewal, a tribute album to Phil Collins, was Brandy and Ray J's rendition of "Another Day in Paradise".
Answer: Bruce Springsteen
Bruce "the boss" Springsteen is most-widely known for his 1984 classic "Born in the U.S.A.".
Answer: Led Zeppelin
In 1968 the New Yardbirds changed their name to Led Zeppelin, partially due to a copyright dispute with the Yardbirds former bassist.
After an ultra-popular run in the early part of the century Destiny's Child, headlined by Beyoncé Knowles and Kelly Rowland, disbanded in 2006, though they occasionally do reunion shows.
Answer: 10 Million
An album or single must have sold at least 10 million copies before it receives diamond certification from the RIAA.
Answer: Celine Dion
Celine Dion lost her husband, René Angélil and her brother, Daniel Dion, both to cancer, within the span of two days in January of 2016.
Answer: Mariah Carey
The American Idol spotlight was apparently too small for both Minaj and Mariah Carey, so the two had a popular tiff from 2012 to 2013 which more or less ended when they both left the show after only one season.
Answer: Motown Records
Motown Records, founded in 1959 by Berry Gordy as Tamla Records, is still very influential in the American music scene after over half a century of operation.
Queen's 1984 song "Radio Ga Ga", about the rising dominance of television over radio, is where Stefani Germanotta, aka Lady Gaga, derived her stage name from.