Amy and Nick met at Berklee College of Music and released their first album, Inside Out, in May 2010.Aside from their appearance on Ellen, the group has more than 150 million views on You Tube."We've talked about it, but we haven't really thought about dates yet."Heidemann added: "We're, like, nervous about it now because before we had planned this little wedding, it was going to be really understated, and that's what we wanted at the time, and now we're like, 'The rest of the world is kind of watching'."[AOL] put us on this list of most anticipated weddings.
It’s interesting how a lot of restaurants are serving ‘blue collar’ foods (like mac and cheese, hamburgers etc) but making them with high-quality, organic ingredients and putting modern twists on them.
It’s almost like how blue jeans became a nice pair of pants.
DF: Are you ever worried that everything could disappear tomorrow? It's something that crosses your mind, but we always go into everything with the perspective that we want to bet on ourselves. DF: One of the topics that continues to come up with you two is marriage. We're very grateful for them, and we'll always do whatever we can to support them.
DF: There are probably men who think Nick is hot, and women who think Amy is hot.
, inspired by astrology, we knew they’d fit right in with us potatoheads.
We sat down with them to get the scoop on the inspiration for the album and how they manage to eat clean even while traveling.Their single "Brokenhearted" may have catapulted them into stardom, but that's not where their journey began.They met while attending Berklee College of Music in Boston and eventually began posting videos of themselves singing popular cover tunes on You Tube. They are best known for their covers of Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now", Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" and LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem".Their original song "Take It Away" was used in promos for the 2011 NBA Finals.We didn’t know that much about it prior, but after the reading we really dove in and got into it, and that’s how we came up with the concept for an astrology album. People have been reading the stars since…well, since there were people!