Page Too Report for 12/04/2017
"The defendant is not entitled to this sort of special treatment simply due to his 'celebrity status,'" Brinkley wrote in her opinion, which was written on Friday (Dec. 1) and released Monday (Dec. 4).
"As stated on multiple occasions, he has never missed a previous court date in this case and poses absolutely no threat to the community, which makes him an ideal candidate for bail - a conclusion the Commonwealth did not oppose," Mill's attorney Joe Tacopina explained in a statement.
"We intend to immediately appeal this decision, so Mr. Williams can be released from prison on bail while we continue to work to overturn this wrongful and unjust." Read morehere.
"We did a duet for her album and I don't know when it's coming out but it's amazing," Pink shared with The Sun. "We did it two years ago so I don't remember the title, but she's incredible."
The beef between Pink and Aguilera ignited back in the early '00s, when the singers clashed while recording the hit "Lady Marmalade." The rivalry came to a shocking climax when according to Pink, Aguilera tried to punch her during a night out clubbing. Read morehere.
The trek will mark the first time that Eddie Montgomery will be touring without the late Troy Gentry and Eddie had the following to say, "I'm anxious to get back out on the road and play some new music for our friends and fans. Next year marks the 20th anniversary of our band - we've got lots to celebrate and look forward to in 2018."
The Here's To You Tour is scheduled to kick off on January 19th in Sioux Falls, SD at the Denny Sanford Premier Center and Montgomery Gentry have announced that that span until September 15th in Ventura, CA at Boots and Brews. See the dateshere.
"Imagine if I did another mixtape," she tweeted. She then listed several names of some possible collaborators including Carly Rae Jepsen, Tove Lo, MΓ, CupcaKKe, Chairlift's Caroline Polachek, Mykki Blanco, ALMA, Brooke Candy, Pabllo Vittar, Tommy Cash, Jay Park, Kim Petras, Dorian Electra, and PC Music's A. G. Cook.
Meanwhile, former producer Cook responded with his own sly hints making it seem that new music from Charli XCX is closer than previously predicted. See the tweetshere.
People confirmed the news over the weekend and reports that Ballerini walked barefoot down the aisle and wore a "simple, classic gown with lace details by Berta." Meanwhile, Evans wore a suit by Joseph Abboud.
Ballerini shared the exciting news with fans the day after her wedding, tweeting several messages to Evans and posting a photo of the newlyweds on the beach.
"I'm gonna love you forever. Forever and Evans, Amen," she wrote. Read morehere.
Now, the official video for "Let Me Go" is here and it features the FGL guys wandering through the woods, while Steinfeld appears in a variety of backdrops, from a California hiking trail to a glitzy party and in a makeup chair.
In addition to FGL, "Let Me Go" features singer-songwriter Andrew Watt and was produced by Swedish DJ Alesso. The song will likely appear on Steinfeld's second studio album, which doesn't have a name or release date as of now. Watch the videohere.
Diddy and Khaled both appear on The Four, a forthcoming FOX talent competition show which also features Meghan Trainor and Charlie Walk. The celebration came shortly after Khaled's son Asahd's blockbuster first birthday party.
Trainor was at Khaled's bash as was Jamie Foxx, Pharrell and Fergie. The "Dear Future Husband" songstress called the event the "craziest party I've ever been to."
Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Wiz Khalifa, Teyana Taylor and mega-producer Jimmy Iovine also attended. Kelly Rowland led the crowd in a performance of "Happy Birthday," reports Billboard. Read morehere.
The foundation lends support to underserved communities with resources for financial literacy, music education and spiritual wellness. "With my Brandon Anderson Foundation, Paak House was the first initiative," he said. 'I wanted to eventually have a spot where kids can go and be themselves. Learn about music, spiritual growth, good eating habits, kind of like the boys and girls club."
Guests enjoyed food, games, giveaways and other fun activities. Due to the success of this kickoff, Anderson says he wants to do even more, reports Billboard.
"I wanted to do something that would kick this off so I wanted to team up with other organizations in the community and do it together for the first event with all of the awesome acts as well," he said. See footage from the concerthere.
Throughout several posts on social media, Smith reveals what his visit to Amman, Jordan was like and urged fans to help with the relief efforts. "To my wonderful fans, I am so excited to announce that I have become a global ambassador for the incredible humanitarian group @WarChildUK," Smith tweeted Monday morning (Dec. 4) alongside photos with two of the children he met during his trip.
"I'm here in Amman as an ambassador of WarChild," Smith said later in a video clip. "If what had happened to these kids had happened to me as a kid, I know for a fact I would be angry. Seeing family members blown up, seeing people killed in the street. When I went into that War Child camp today, there is honestly something really positive going on in the camp. It's unbelievable. It was just amazing to me. The things that I have seen ignites a fire in me to help. Please, please, please help." Read morehere.
"So sad to say that my mother passed away this morning," he wrote. "I only saw her last Monday and I am in shock. Travel safe Mum. Thank you for everything. I will miss you so much."
John's relationship with his mother had been strained. "I don't hate my mother," the singer told Rolling Stone in 2016. "I look after her, but I don't want her in my life." However, the BBC reports that John and his mother had reconciled earlier this year after he recovered from a bacterial infection. See the posthere.
"I was really inspired yesterday by @madonna's post. She's right' silence = death! These words really stuck with me, because they are so true," Spears captioned her performance of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love."
"I've always wanted to do a performance like this' singing in a pretty little black dress, with a simple 360, one take shot!" she added. "I figured since it was my birthday, why not go for it?! So boom. When the clock struck 12:00, I did it!!! Thank you all for the beautiful birthday wishes, and for letting me do what I love. I appreciate you more than you will ever know!!!!"
Spears posted the video of her singing a capella on Instagram and gives viewers a 360 view of her home decorated for the holidays. Watch her perform Presley's 1961 No. 1 hithere.
According to the show, she is expected to "update the hosts about the latest in her life, career, philanthropy, artistry and most recent projects, including her MDNA Skin care line."
The appearance will mark Madonna's sixth interview on the long-running "Live" and her first visit to "Live with Kelly and Ryan." Her last appearance took place over a decade on January 11, 2007.
Also during the hour, Ripa and Seacrest will make festive holiday wreaths with lifestyle expert Katie Brown, and pop band 98 Degrees will perform a Christmas favorite for the "Live" audience.
One man captured the moment underground where for three minutes, New York's Times Square subway station turned into an impromptu dance party as "Bodak Yellow" was played.
In the clip, commuters stopped in their tracks as "Bodak Yellow" blasted from the speakers. With slick beats and Cardi B's infectious lyrics, it was nearly impossible not to dance along to the song. As a result, several people halted their commute to danced throughout the entirety of the song. Watch the dance partyhere.
Most notably, among the four all-genre categories that get the lion's share of Grammy attention, there is not one country or Americana-based artist or record. Maybe it's been a poor year - sales and most critics say otherwise, though - but you have to go back to 1994 to find a year where no country act got a top nod. You could spin that fact all ways, though: due to hip-hop R&B's dominance in the main categories, rock doesn't get a look-in either in those top Record, Artist, Album et al categories either.
Still, with so many categories, the Grammys is the sort of show where nearly everyone's a winner, right? Many observers think the Rolling Stones already have the Traditional Blues award sewn up because, well, they're the Rolling Stones, right, and this could indeed be the last time. And Gregg Allman's Southern Blood looks a favorite in Americana: but not just because the legend died this year, it also happens to be an absolutely superb album. Jason Isbell has a strong showing too and the still remarkable Derek Trucks once again gets a nod in Contemporary Blues.here.
Gaga's Born This Way Foundation helped a resident named Pamela tackle mold and water damage at her home, which occurred after Hurricane Harvey hit. "Before the #JoanneWorldtourHouston tonight me and @btwfoundation teamed up with @teamrubicon to do some demolition due to water damage and mold remediation in Pamela's house from Hurricane Harvey," Gaga wrote.
Gaga shared a photo of herself getting her hands dirty alongside other volunteers. The Foundation tweeted a video of the pop-star founder breaking down a wall with a sledgehammer. "Recovering physically, mentally, emotionally- from natural disasters takes time + the work isn't over yet," the Foundation wrote. "Thanks @TeamRubicon for inviting our co-founder @ladygaga to volunteer today in #Houston!" See footage from Gaga's volunteer dayhere.
"An unforgettable evening I will remember and cherish this honor for the rest of my life," he wrote. "Thank you to the performers tonight. I am honored and humbled. Thank you @KennedyCenter Honors and everyone that has supported this journey. I am forever grateful for this moment. Keep loving and keep inspiring. Don't stop until you live your best life!!! God Bless."
Lionel Richie, Carmen de Lavallade, Norman Lear, and Gloria Estefan were also honored at this year's Kennedy Center Honor ceremony. It has been a good year for the hip-hop icon. In addition to acting on NCIS and The being the host of Lip Sync Battle, LL Cool J recently finished Harvard University's Business of Entertainment Media & Sports program. See LL's postshere.
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