Page Too Report for 11/01/2017
"She and Abel have been going back and forth for a few months about their relationship," sources told People. "It's been hard with him being on tour and her shooting in New York. That wasn't easy on them."
Neither Selena nor the Weeknd's camps have confirmed a breakup, though Elle UK sleuths discovered that he began unfollowing members of Team Gomez: her mother, assistant and kidney transplant BFF Francia Raisa.
This weekend, Selena was pictured dining and attending church in Los Angeles, with her ex Justin Bieber, fueling speculation that the former couple had consciously re-coupled. US Weekly reports that the duo enjoyed blueberry smoothies with whipped cream before heading to Zoe Church. Check out Bieber and Selena's breakfast "date"here.
The new track is entitled "I Lived It" and is a warm, nostalgic ballad that finds Shelton looking back on moments from his life over gentle acoustic and pedal steel guitars.
Shelton has "I Lived It" after his recent reveal of another new song from the brand new studio album, "At the House." Check out a stream of Blake's latesthere.
"Thank you for seeing the potential in me since you met me," Cardi wrote on Instagram afterward. "For giving me advice molding me and loving me. Your such an amazing man to me your family, friends, kids and you are extremely talented. I can't wait to spend FOREVAAAA with you. Let's make a lot shmoney and love together."
Cardi recently hinted that marriage and family were in her future. "I need to make money for my family and my future family," she told Rolling Stone. "I think 25 years from now. I think about my future kids, future husband, future house." Read morehere.
The moody, mid-tempo ballad finds singer Adam Levine trying to salvage a failing relationship. "Wait, can you turn around, can you turn around?" he sings on the hook.
"Just wait, can we work this out, can we work this out? Just wait, can you call me please? 'Cause I wanna be with you." "Wait" follows the release of "Whiskey" featuring and A$AP Rocky and "Help Me Out," featuring Julia Michaels. Check out the songhere.
"So I started 'stranger things' last night and hid behind a pillow for 55 mins," Horan tweeted. "Jesus that's intense." Horan's tweet didn't go unnoticed, with his former One Direction band-mate Louis Tomlinson responding in comedic fashion.
"Should have read this before hand lad!," Tomlinson replied, adding a photo asking, "Is Stranger Things Too Scary for Kids?" Unsurprisingly, the exchange has been a hit with fans, generating more than 6k responses in just a matter of hours. See the tweetshere.
Despite lyrics that proclaim he "should've been born on Halloween," Black ends the melodic track by letting fans know that he is "not satanic."
Check out Kodak's latest, which contains explicit language,here.
The headlining shows are tucked in between K.Flay opening for Imagine Dragons for the band's Evolve tour and before she heads to Europe to rejoin them on that side of the Atlantic in Mid-February.
The tour, in support of her recently released album, Every Where Is Some Where, kicks off in Southern California on Jan. 11. See the complete list of tour dateshere.
The rap star will receive the award on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, at Sheraton New York Times Square, the evening preceding the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
"We are absolutely thrilled and delighted to honor JAY-Z with this year's GRAMMY Salute to Industry Icons Award. His contributions as an industry trailblazer and music visionary only begin to touch on the tremendous impact he's made both in entertainment and beyond," Neil Portnow, President/CEO of the Recording Academy said in a press statement. 'JAY-Z also embodies the vibrant spirit of New York City and we couldn't imagine a more fitting honoree as we return to Manhattan for this year's GRAMMY Awards." Read morehere.
The stripped down 11-track release showcases Smith's experimental side as an artist. In an interview with Refinery29, she explained how she created the album as she was learning guitar and decided to focus more on composing and instrumentation.
"This album is the first step into me diving 100 percent into my musicality," she says. "For my last album, I spent a lot of time on the computer producing, so this time I was learning the guitar as I created the album and focused more on composing and instrumentation. I was seeking the answer to the question Who am I as an artist, really? I'm so excited for people to hear what's in my heart." Read morehere.
During Kanye's rap, he spits, "All the haters hating, wait a minute, stand on that side/ I don't need no allies, I don't feel the need to fraternize/ Yeezys in the field, Yeezys; Yeezys in the field now."
Then West gets more specific, targeting the NFL and racism: " Made it to the NBA, we in the NFL now/ All the haters hating, wait a minute, stand on that side/ Moved into a neighborhood where I'm the only black guy/ People claim they praying for you/ Really, they be preying on you."
CyHi the Prynce prepared fans for the collaboration on Monday (Oct. 30) on social media, writing, "Tomorrow will be scary #good & #hiphop will never be the same." Listen to "Dat Side," which contains explicit language,here.
During a recent interview with Broadway on Y108, Kenny said "There was a couple of years where there were talks about that, about me doing it, but I don't know man. I've always felt like it would be an honor and if I was asked, I would probably do it. "Probably.
"But I can tell you that I've always felt like a performer singing the halftime show was the kiss of death, because it's just never worked out. There's always something negative."
"Even Springsteen played the Super Bowl and did a great job and all he heard was negativity," Chesney continued. "I don't know why it's turned into that. I would rather go to the game and have one too many beers and enjoy it." Read morehere.
"14 years, 2 babies, & 2 more on the way," she posted. "Happy 10 year anniversary babe! You make my whole world go round." The couple are already parents to a son and a daughter, but have chosen not to share the names of their children publicly.
While the country star has yet to make an announcement on social media, the singer did reveal the good news with a concert audience in Dallas over the weekend. Read morehere.
He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! earlier this week to perform "Love U Better," the album's lead single. Though the track features Lil Wayne and The-Dream, he played the song solo.
For good measure, Ty made it a medley with sections from "Paranoid," his lead single from the original Beach House EP. In a recent Interview magazine interview, Ty explained how his perspective has evolved between the albums.
"I've risen in fan base, risen financially, and I've grown as a person since Beach House one. It's still a metaphor for success," he said. "I've got a beach house now in Long Beach, but not the one that I officially want, so I'm working for it. Getting to these levels for me has made it where I can meet people on even higher levels than I've imagined were even possible…So now my dreams are even bigger." Watch Ty's Kimmel sethere.
"Kendrick came in there, of course, it's Kendrick Lamar, I'm like, 'Damn, I'm in here with Kendrick, it's just crazy.' So he asked me to play some music for him, so I played two records that I had been recording off of my album," the rapper continued. "Right when he heard it, he was like, 'Yo, like who else on this song?' It's just me. He's like, 'Yo I gotta get on this one! This s—'s dumb. This goes crazy.'"
Check out their video, which contains explicit lyrics, below. Read morehere.
The "Light It Up" singer, who was in his native state of Georgia to judge American Idol auditions learned that he was just down the street from the couple's wedding, and decided to invite himself to the festivities.
With "Crash My Party" playing on the speakers, Luke made his entrance, toasted the couple, and invited the bridesmaids to "shake it." Watch the videohere.
It was part of Today's Halloween tribute to country music, with all of the show's hosts taking on a different country star for their costumes.
Matt Lauer dragged it up as Dolly Parton, Hoda Kotb did the same to be Blake Shelton, Kathie Lee Gifford went as Miley Cyrus, Megyn Kelly dressed as Shania Twain from the 'Man! I Feel Like a Woman" music video and Carson Daly wore a glorious mullet wig as an '90s-era Billy Ray Cyrus.
The show also featured a performance from Blake Shelton, with Billy Ray Cyrus and Shania Twain showing up to talk about their respective upcoming albums. See all of the magnificent looks from the Today Halloween country specialhere.
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