Page Too Report for 11/03/2017
The country music turned pop singer has already shared the album's record-breaking lead single "Look What You Made Me Do," "'Ready for It?" and "Gorgeous."
Based on an early look at the lyrics, some fans have speculated that the new track is a sequel of sorts to "Love Story," from Swift's 2008 album Fearless. Stream the new songhere.
Smith appeared on The Late Late Show segment ready to sing some new material, old favorites and he also brought along four special guests. The ladies of Fifth Harmony crashed Sam's joy ride to sing along with "Work From Home" and the British singer could barely contain his excitement. He sang old favorites like "I'm Not the Only One" and his new single "Too Good at Goodbyes." Corden also got Sam to open up about his love life.
"I want a funeral for my single self before my wedding," he said. "I'm in a coffin, and there's a PowerPoint presentation about my single life… and then I rise from the coffin, and then everyone takes off their black clothes and they're wearing white. And then the wedding begins." Watch the segmenthere.
"Automatic" was the lead single from Lambert's 2014 full-length, Platinum. "Tin Man," is a highlight from her recent double album The Weight of These Wings.
Watch the singer's latest showing on Austin City Limits when it premieres Saturday, November 4th, at 9pm ET on PBS. Meanwhile, check out the preview clipshere.
Blake sings about living on ramen and Burger King, scraping together gas money and buying one-ply toilet paper. "Money" doesn't exactly romanticize the broke days of hustling and waiting around for his big break.
"This is one of those songs that's just fun," said Shelton. "It's meant to be fun, it's ridiculous and it's Craig Wiseman at his best. This is one of those songs that I'm just thankful that, for whatever reason, Craig [sent to me]. He always sends me a gem over for each one of my albums, and this song I think is special. It has the potential to be remembered for a very, very long time." Stream the new songhere.
"If you wanna pu-pu-pu-pu-put it on me, you're not gonna ge-ge-ge-ge-get it for free," Charli signs on the hook. "Come on spend that dirty sexy money on me, on me, on me."
"What you need, I got it, Louis shoes, cop boots, top down, you," Montana spits. "Diamond juice, all I see is you, right now, you, all I want is you, you."
Check out the new collaborative track, which contains explicit language,here.
This weekend, David will host and Cyrus will be the musical guest. In the advertisement, the two bump into the lobby of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. "Hey, what are you doing here?" David says to Cyrus. "I'm on SNL this week. I'm the musical guest," replies Cyrus. David bobs his head and says, "Hosting. I'm hosting."
The two continue their frivolous banter, then the elevator arrives. For a moment, David looks uncomfortable, then he walks over to the elevator bank on the opposite side of the hall.
"Wait, Larry, where are you going? We can just ride up together. We're going to the same place," says Cyrus. For some reason, David prefers a private ride. Watch the amusing show teaserhere.
The music star has been cast to play Nala the childhood friend of Simba (played by Donald Glover); later in life, the two become King and Queen of the jungle.
Jon Favreau will direct the movie, which will be the follow-up to his Jungle Book film. "It is a director's dream to assemble a talented team like this to bring this classic story to life," Favreau said in a statement.
James Earl Jones will again play Simba's father Mufasa and Chiewetel Ejiofor will play Simba's uncle, the wicked Scar. Other performers include: Alfre Woodard as Simba's mother Sarabi; JD McCrary as the young version of Simba; Shahadi Wright Joseph as the young Nala; John Kani as the baboon Rafiki and John Oliver as Mufasa's hornbill friend Zazu. Read morehere.
"I wrote 'Like Gold' after coming off the road at the start of 2016," Joy said in a press statement. "It started with a simple melody I was humming and the idea of looking back at a relationship."
"Nation Of Two describes a perfectly self-contained couple," Joy adds in regards to the new full-length. "Their world beginning and ending at the bed they share, the car they ride in, or any other place where they're together 'the idea that their love for each other gives them their bearings; a point of reference that makes sense of life." Listen to the new songhere.
"My goodness Willa Gray, we have never prayed so hard for anything or anyone," Akins wrote in her Instagram caption. "Now half way across the world from where we first met you're turning 2 and you are better than my best dreams."
"God not only answered our prayers for over a year when you came home, but He WAY exceeded them by giving us you," she continued. "I love getting to be your mama & watching you shine. Happy birthday to my first baby, I love you to the moon and stars my precious little one." Take a look at the sweet photos in the galleryhere.
Klum not only transformed into Michael Jackson's werewolf from the "Thriller" video, but the Project Runway host learned the iconic dance, running through the routine with a cast of dancers made up like zombies.
Watch Klum and her zombies nail the "Thriller" dance in the video she shared on Instagramhere.
The song, which peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100, is set to be featured on Maroon 5's new album, Red Pill Blues, which is set to be released this Friday, Nov. 3.
Check out the performancehere.
The pair got engaged back in July, and are busy planning for a spring 2018 weeding. "We just want it to feel like a party," Morris told People recently about her impending nuptials.
"We don't want it to feel stuffy or have this long 18-course dinner. We want it to be like us. There's definitely going to be margaritas and some Motown music and my dog will be there. It's going to be a complete reflection of both of our styles and tastes and I'm so excited to share it with everybody." Check out Maren's messagehere.
Ballerini worked with A-list songwriters for the project, co-writing over 200 songs with Ross Copperman, Shane McAnally, Ashley Gorley and Hillary Lindsey. She narrowed those down to 12 for what would become a chronological storyline of her life throughout the past several years.
"I had to let myself be OK with being vulnerable," Ballerini says. "My first album, I wanted it to be an introduction, just reaching out my hand. I had a song about my parent's divorce, about being insecure - it was one song per emotion. In doing that, I wasn't really able to articulate the depth of those emotions. Now, having gotten older, having gone through a big breakup and having fallen in love in a massive way, I had to say, 'hey, let yourself feel that, let yourself write that.' The end product was this record, which is a chronological story of my life these past few years."
Songs like opening track "Graveyard" and "Miss Me More" touch upon her breakup while "In Between" shares some of the singer's insecurities as she sings of the struggle of, "sometimes I play grown-up, and sometimes I play pretend."
"Perfect doesn't exist, and I'm exhausting myself trying to be something that isn't real," she says. "And I know if I am feeling that, then ninety percent of the other girls that listen to my songs are feeling that too." Read morehere.
In case students didn't recognize the celebrity as she rode by, her and assistant were rocking out to Gomez's new collaboration with Marshmello, "Wolves."
Gomez was kind enough to pull over and hang out with fans, including one shy toddler who told the singer that she didn't like "Wolves." See videos and images from the fun momenthere.
"I'm so affectionate and gross with my wife, [but] this is a whole other level of vomit," the outspoken Maroon 5 frontman continued. "They're so in love. It's really nice."
"Because [their relationship] is in the public eye, a lot of people want to have their own bulls— opinions about it, but I'm, like, there," he said. "I see it every day. I have a pretty unique perspective on it, and it's real, man." Read morehere.
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