Page Too Report for 11/09/2017
Ultimately, the room devolves into anarchy, as the kids hurl muffins and cupcakes at each other, hide behind chairs and turn the place into a war zone. A few minutes in, Harry makes an appearance with a cute puppy. When he opens the gymnasium door, dozens of dogs rush into the room and begin licking up the spoils of war.
Harry joins in the food fight chaos and at the end of the video he's depicted posing for a class photo alongside the child actors. Watch the surreal video for "Kiwi"here.
Swift has shared a new video featuring moments from those cozy listening parties, where overjoyed fans were invited to hang with the singer and hear the new full-length well before it's released to the rest of the world.
Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff is seen hobnobbing at the Los Angeles event: "This is like the best show I've ever been to," he says. "It's so different, but so her," gushes one fan about Reputation. "It's just like absolutely amazing, and I'm so excited to blast it in my car like every single day once it comes out." Watch the videohere.
In the first verse Urban addresses female stereotypes: "When you hear somebody say somebody hits like a girl how does that hit you?/ Is that such a bad thing?/ When you hear a song that they play saying you run the world, Do you believe it? / Will you live to see it?"
Then, he addresses more serious issues surrounding sexual harassment: "When somebody laughs and implies that she asked for it just 'cause she was wearin' a skirt/ Aw, is that how that works?/ When somebody talks about 'It was Adam first', does that make you second best?/ Or did he save the best for last?" Check out the new songhere.
This wouldn't be Ye's first experience backing a streaming platform. The Life of Pablo rapper famously joined JAY-Z's pantheon of music superstars to launch Tidal in 2015.
After their public falling out last year, Yeezy abandoned Tidal this summer and sued the company for $3.5 million allegedly owed to him. Read morehere.
The album's first single, the poignant "Better Me" featuring Gentry on lead vocals was shared in October, with the news that an album had been completed before the singer's death.
Now, Eddie Montgomery has revealed when the album will see the light of day. "Hey Guys – I know it's been a while but it has been a very emotional time, but you will be hearing from soon," he posted on Twitter. "Our new music is coming out and I hope you'll give it a listen. Me and T-Roy were very proud of this new cd."
Montgomery added a link to album information, revealing a release date of Feb. 2. See the posthere.
The Elton John AIDS Foundation was launched in 1992 in the United States and in England a year later. Together, the two organizations have raised more than $385 million, and John said 98 percent of the donations have been put directly to work.
"I think because we run such a tight ship and it's such a well-organized foundation, that people like to give us money. They know we give the money to people that need it."
Jeanne White, the mother of Ryan White, a teenager who became the poster child for HIV awareness during the 1980s, called Sir Elton her "guardian angel." She shared a story about when the legendary singer visited her son when he was sick and helped his family financially. Read morehere.
The lyrics don't disappoint, which such barbed lines as "I'll say it to your face, don't gotta relay that s—/If Nick-ole a Kid-man, OJ that b—-!"
"I wanted to pay homage to Kim" Remy Ma said of the track during a Beats 1 interview (via Genius). "I feel like she is like the Madonna of the hip-hop world to me. Her style is iconic, and I wanted to show homage and pay homage to that, so when I called her, I told her, I'm like, 'Listen, I want you on this record, but I just want you to be Kim. I want you to be the girl that was squatting down in a leopard thong, be that Kim.'"
"Wake Me Up" is taken from the just-announced upcoming Remy Ma album, 7 Winters & 6 Summers, which is set for an early 2018 release. Read more and stream the trackhere.
The pop star will co-host the exclusive style celebration for Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour alongside Donatella Versace and Amal Clooney on May 8, where the theme will be "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination."
Rihanna has attended seven Met Galas and performed twice since making her debut at the event back in 2007. Read morehere.
"This picture is from 2011 when we were just starting this crazy unimaginable life together," Rhett wrote on Instagram with a predictably cute throwback image for his wife's 28th birthday. "I have never met anyone who can light up a room the way you do just by smiling. I have never seen someone make a stranger feel like you have known them for a lifetime the way that you do."
"I have never laughed or loved harder in my whole life than when I'm with you," he continued. "I'm so far from perfect but just being in your presence makes me better. You are the most amazing mom. You TRULY are Wonder Woman. I am beyond thankful that God put you on this earth 28 years ago and that he allowed me to know you and marry you. I love you so freaking much." See the posthere.
"In regards to the harsh, undeserving sentencing of Robert Rihmeek Williams (Meek Mill), I felt the need to create a petition to reevaluate the charges, his impact in the community and the subsequent sentencing," the petition states.
"Moreover, the charges that led to his current violation, were subsequently dropped and the stiff sentence was handed down despite recommendations from his probation officer and the district attorney. His efforts to change his image while still remaining true to his artistry and who he is as a man went unnoticed as well."
The petition, entitled "Somebody Save Meek Mill," had generated close to 35,000 signatures at press time, just 17 hours after being launched. Read morehere.
The rapper made the big reveal on social media, sharing the album's cover art and a trailer for the film. "The concept of it is kinda split in half and it's two CDs, but for all intents and purposes its 20 songs, it's just a long album," he told Billboard. "The concept of it is kinda like its about the lifestyle, 'The Beautiful and Damned.' Like being a kid, having the dream of doing this, starting from square one, from outside looking in from without having nothing — to chasing this dream, and then all these years down the road of following this yellow brick road trying to get to where you're going, one day waking up and being like, 'Did it take me where I wanted to go?' This fantasy of, like, sex, drugs, & rock 'n' roll is kinda cliched, but it's cliched for a reason. It's dark."
The album will feature A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, Halsey, Kehlani, Charlie Puth, E-40 and Norwegian singer-songwriter Anna of the North. Check out the announcement and watch the trailer, which contains some explicit language,here.
The Fifty Shades franchise tradition of sultry songs for the movie trailers continues with Fifty Shades Freed, utilizing an update of an eighties classic.
Many will immediately recognize the lyrics and melody of the song, "Never Tear Us Apart," originally performed by INXS on the band's 1987 breakout album, Kick.
For the Fifty Shades Freed trailer, however, the song has been recreated by British singer, Bishop Briggs. Her version strips the track down to her voice and a piano before erupting with orchestral electronics and a big, dramatic beat. Check it outhere.
Payne was backed by a keyboard, upright bass, bass guitar, drums and acoustic guitar. A throng of fans cheered with enthusiasm as Liam's voice did justice to P!nk's latest.
During the show, he also performed his new single "Bedroom Floor." Watch videos of both the "What About Us" cover and the "Bedroom Floor" performancehere.
"Obviously, I'm into the fashion side of things," he told Vanity Fair. "I think it's part of our culture, and what we do, and my job. I just kind of like fashion in general. I wouldn't say I was a model. I'm far from that, but obviously Wilhelmina thinks different. It's gonna be fun to see what happens. Now that it's been put in front of me I'm just really excited about it to be honest."
Citing Bruce Springsteen, David Beckham and Ryan Gosling as his fashion heroes, Horan elaborated on his own style sense. "I've got a couple of different styles that I like," he shared. "If it was possible to transport easily I would wear a suit every single day I think. I love getting into a suit. I like a slick suit. Any chance that I get, not often, but any chance that I get to go to a red carpet, I kinda relish the fact that I might have to wear a suit or whatever, and get into the design of things. I would say I was pretty casual, but with a bit of a twist to it, and I sometimes can be quite folky and rootsy in what I wear. A lot of boots, and hats, and shirts. Yeah, quite basic, simple but effective type stuff." Read morehere.
Clarkson gives "Kiss" a bluesy and soulful makeover, delivering it like a sultry torch song. The Prince cover came with a live take on her song, "Love So Soft," taken from the recently released Meaning of Life album.
Both tracks that are part of Spotify's "Singles" series and can be heardhere.
Drake shares that he's been on the hunt for a first-edition copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and was mulling purchasing one he found for a cool $160,000.
He's excited to talk to the writer about reading the book series to her kids, grilling her about which book they were on. "I should get it," he mused about the first-edition book he found. "My birthday's coming up. Maybe I'll buy it for myself as a treat."
When the writer encounters Drake a few weeks after the interview, she asked if he'd pulled the trigger on the first-edition book. "Nah, not yet," he laughed. "But I will. My birthday is still a few days away." Read morehere.
The gag centered around Levine being unable to eat anything but "soft food" because he had to keep his throat in top form for singing. Through the sketch, the delivery man tries to help Levine find something that won't hurt his voice.
"I'll taste the soup. It just needs to be very, very soft," Levine said. After sipping the French Onion soup, he said, "This is too hard," and became far more difficult and demanding from there.
Ultimately, the ruse was revealed, and Izzy ran onto the stage where Ellen rewarded him with a large tip. Watch the funny bithere.
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