They don’t want to talk about their private relationship very much, so we can just hear their music through they express their love for each other.
After the release of "Teenagers", Williams stated that she had no plans to establish herself as a solo artist.
In 2006, Paramore toured outside of the US for the first time, which included a headline tour of the UK and supporting post-hardcore rock band The Blackout on the Give It A Name Festival in Europe.
On May 28, 2010 Williams was involved in a scandal in which a topless photo of her was posted on her Twitter account. Williams addressed the situation via Twitter stating, "well ... On December 31, 2014, Williams confirmed that she and Gilbert had become engaged, after being proposed to on Christmas Day.
The Paramore split became bitter on Tuesday night when co-founders and brothers Josh and Zac Farrofired off a fiery blog post that explicitly contradicts the statement issued by the band over the weekend, which read in part: "We want Josh and Zac to do something that makes them happy and if that isn't here with us, then we support them finding happiness elsewhere." The Farros' post, "Josh and Zac's Exit Statement," is signed by both but apparently written by Josh — and cites a long series of personal, musical, romantic and even religious differences between themselves and Williams.
The music of Paramore was originally supposed to come out on Atlantic Records, but the label's marketing department decided it would be better for the image of the band to not have them attached to a huge label.
They instead released their music through a "cooler" niche label, Fueled by Ramen.
At first, she wrote just pop songs with songwriters in Nashville.
Later, in 2004 she formed Paramore with Josh Farro, Zac Farro and Jeremy Davis.
In December 2010, two of the founding members of Paramore (Josh and Zac Farro) left the band.