The speculation has been swirling over the last week, based on a now-deleted entry on songwriter Max Martin's Wikipedia page. According to ELLE UK the page briefly listed Selena's upcoming single, "In Her Element" as featuring The Weeknd.
"No, no we're not," Gomez said when asked if the two were collaborating. "It's not true!" Find the details about the air dates for The TJ Show's full interview with Selenahere.
The new track is called "To Be Human" and finds Sia teaming up with English singer Labrinth to tackle big themes about humanity and overcoming obstacles.
The new movie is DC Comic's first feature film centered on a female lead and producers couldn't have picked a better artist to appear on the soundtrack than Sia, whose own superpower is writing gripping empowerment anthems. Stream the songhere.
"The new track was written last year while I was on tour," Jonas' tells HERO. "It was a rainy day in Maine, so I went on the studio bus and I started this track and I really liked the way it sounded.
"I text Mike Posner who was the special guest on the tour, I was like, 'Hey man, why don't you come onto the bus, I've got this track going you might be into.' He came out, listened to it two times, and was like, 'I love it, I've got some lyric ideas.' So he jumped in the booth, and within five hours from the time I started the beat to the time I eventually laid my vocals in with the lyrics that we'd written, it was pretty much done." Stream the songhere.
After the concert in Manchester, Gallagher will play shows in London, Dublin, and Glasgow. He is also scheduled to play numerous summer European festivals, starting June 2 at Rock Am Ring in Mendig, Germany.
Gallagher decided to donate the funds of his Manchester concert to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. The fund was organized by the British Red Cross, Manchester's city council and the Manchester Evening News.
'I just knew I had to," Gallagher told the Manchester Evening News. "We all have to do what we can," said Gallagher, 'I want to try and help pick people up." Read morehere.
In a video that was posted on social media, the two are seen partying and listening to the song. Iverson seems to perk with the line "f— practice."
TMZ reports the rapper had been hoping to meet his idol for a while. In true Malone style, he posted a photo of the encounter, with the ridiculous caption, "FINALLYYYYYYYYYDMRNEJSOFBRVRI."
It seems Iverson was impressed with Malone, as he posted a photo of the two afterward with the caption, "The culture has no boundaries!" Check out the postshere.
Now the rapper has a line of desert boots under the banner of OVO (his clothing collection) in collaboration with Clark's Originals. The janus suede shoes are available in black, tan and royal purple with engraved 'OVO" logos.
The words "KNOW YOURSELF" are printed under the tongue of each shoe. Manufactured in Leeds, the Drake kicks belong to Clark's Originals' 'Made in England" collection. Check them outhere.
The track, which is an acronym for f-- b- get money, is the first single that has been revealed off his upcoming album, OBLiViON, which will arrive later this year.
The cut follows the artists' recently released T-Wayne mixtape, a collaboration with Lil Wayne. Listen to the online stream of the NSFW trackhere.
Back in 2013, he even took to Twitter to reveal his ketchup beliefs, writing, "It upsets me when restaurants think they are too good for ketchup. No one is too good for ketchup. Ketchup is too good for you."
This love apparently doesn't extend to spicy-flavored versions, according to a recent social media post. The "Shape of You" singer posted an image of a "Bombay" flavored ketchup jar with the caption, "No. No no no no no." Check out Sheeran's posthere.
The two take turns singing hit songs from the past few decades to the "Despacito" beat. They cover songs in multiple genres, ranging from Rihanna's "Umbrella" to Bill Withers "Lean on Me" to Britney Spears' "Oops! … I Did It Again."
Posting to the video on social media, Maynard wrote, "How many songs can you sing over the number 1 song in the world right now?! MUST WATCH!!!" Watch the video and the original "Despacito" remixhere.
The pop star took to social media to share a photo of Martyn Hett on Instagram (wearing a t-shirt with the cover of her Rainbow album) and offered heartfelt condolences.
"Devastated to learn that one of the victims in Manchester was part of the #Lambily. RIP Martyn Hett," she wrote. "We will cherish your memory forever. His family and all the families affected are in my thoughts and prayers. MC."
Hett was a PR executive and writer from Stockport, UK, reports NME. On Twitter, he once wrote, "My life peaked when I met Mariah Carey." See Carey's tribute to her fanhere.