Check out their answers below!
James Maslow: I have to admit, I check out Perez Hilton once in a while.
Logan Henderson: Probably Twitter. I check it far too often.
Kendall Schmidt: I don't watch reality shows, but I watch The Soup, [which] makes fun of them, so I guess that's pop culture.
Carlos Pena: You know, time after time I catch myself looking at those blogs to see what's going on in the celebrity world.
TV: Most-played song on your iPod?
JM: Over the last five years, it's probably been Jack Johnson's "Banana Pancakes" or "Better Together." I listen to all kinds of music, but he's one of my favorite artists and always reminds me of home.
LH: In the last few days, probably Chris Brown's "Beautiful People."
KS: Probably "Such Great Heights," by the Postal Service, or "Photograph Is Proof," by Taking Back Sunday.
CP: There's a song, it's one of the first songs I ever wrote—as in, actually wrote and produced and everything. I've had that on replay quite a few times. It's actually really cool to hear something you thought up.
TV: Favorite sweet?
JM: Either Snickers or Ferrero Rocher. Yeah, those are delicious.
LH: Chocolate chip cookies. Hands down.
KS: I'm a huge candy fan. My favorite growing up was always Sour Belts or Sour Straws.
CP: Sour Warheads, sour, sour, sour. Anything sour!
TV: If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
JM: I think I'd want to fly. It's a pretty common request but I think it'd be awesome.
LH: Aw, come on! Flying is like the ultimate superpower, it's just like, the coolest thing. I don't want to pick the same one. Teleportation? Yeah, let's do that.
KS: I've always kind of had a thing for Spider-Man. It wasn't unreasonable. I mean, obviously he's shooting webs out of his wrists, but it wasn't like he could just fly anywhere, or pick up anything. He can climb buildings, and be all spidery.
CP: I've always wanted to be able to hold my breath for like, ever, and swim in the water like a fish. So I guess Aquaman power?
TV: What are you reading right now?
JM: I'm reading a really boring book—I'm sure most people wouldn't be interested, but it's on free trade and the benefits of tariffs versus quotas. I've always been interested in American history, where it's come from, and you know, the politics of that.
LH: I'm reading the new Steven Tyler book that just came out.
KS: I just read a book called Breathless. I think it's by Michael Crichton. I can't remember who the author is. I could Google it.
CP: I actually just started Steven Tyler's book. I think it's called The Noise in My Head or something like that. When we got our gold record, one of the Sony execs was like, "Hey, here's Steven Tyler's book, you should read it!