Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride and Reba McEntire are all set to perform at a benefit concert on Sunday, November 12th at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
Tickets for the event, Country Rising: Nashville Gives for Hurricane Relief, will go on sale next Friday, October 6th. See the announcement tweet for the special showhere.
While the standard version of the album will arrive with 11 songs, there will be up to five more tracks that will be available on various expanded editions of the effort.
The lone feature on the album comes from Maren Morris, who lends her vocals to the track "Seeing Blind." Fans who pre-order the digital album will instantly receive the singles "This Town," "Slow Hands," and "Too Much to Ask." See the tracklistinghere.
The former The Smiths singer recently announced a new album Low in High School, which is due out November 17, and he shared its first single, "Spent the Day in Bed."
The tour is scheduled to begin on October 31st in Portland, OR at the Schnitzer Concert Hall and the final announced date takes place on December 7th in Boston, MA at Orpheum Theatre. See all of the dateshere.
"She cut me out," the comedian quipped. "I don't know, she's threatened by me sometimes. Nice try, Tay-Tay." DeGeneres then revealed her parody take on the clip, and it's a doozy.
Opening with Ellen sitting in a bathtub of diamonds with Swift, the video goes on to showcase a comical array of different Taylor personas, all played by DeGeneres. Watch the comical cliphere.
Both have spent the summer recuperating and Selena got back to work last week. It appears Francia is diving back into her usual routines, too. Raisa shared a video from the gym of her doing some weight training, with her surgery scar visible below her crop top.
"Happy to be back," she captioned the post. The actress is best known for her roles in The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Bring it On: All or Nothing. This week, Selena Gomez' mother Mandy Teefey expressed gratitude for Raisa's donation, writing: "Selena gained a kidney, I was able to keep my little girl, but I also gained another daughter." Watch Francia's fitness video here: Read morehere.
Compiling the clips into one video that she shared on Twitter, Clarkson sings a line from most of the tracks from the full-length, skipping songs that have already been released.
The singer uses a different filter for each song, so every preview features Clarkson with cat features or a bushy moustache and eyebrows, her voice altered into a high-pitched squeal or a low baritone growl. And it's pretty funny. Check out the cliphere.
The pop star was in Mexico City when the earthquake hit, motivating him to get involved in the recovery efforts. "After seeing the impact of the damage firsthand in Mexico, I wanted to find any way I could to raise funds," said Mendes explained in a press release.
"So we reached out to the Red Cross and partnered with them to set up a way to help those affected by the earthquake." Mendes and his agency, AG Artists, jump-started the campaign with a $100,000 donation. Read morehere.
Where the first zombie-fied clip focused on Derulo's dance moves, this Bonnie-and-Clyde-style version follows the pop star on a wild night that starts with a drunken hook-up at a bar before all hell breaks loose at a nearby hotel.
See how it all ends in the hot and sexy new video, which is only part one,here.
The Joseph Kahn-directed clip opens with Levine and SZA as kids running through a field with singing deer and dandelions before the young Levine falls from a tree, thanks to a buzzing beehive.
The video shifts through a series of scenarios, including an inner-city marathon and a jet ski race with SZA amidst a pod of dolphins. It all comes together with a surprise twist ending that snaps the whole thing into focus. Watch the videohere.
The Cher Show will launch in Chicago on June 12 at the Oriental Theater and is set to run for five weeks. The musical will use Cher's songs to tell her story as three actresses play the role of the iconic musician throughout various periods of her life.
Following the musical's launch in Chicago, The Cher Show will make its way to New York and will be available for viewing at the Neil Simon Theater on Broadway. The Broadway premiere is expected to launch next fall. Read morehere.
"It's called A Sick Life and it has a dual meaning," she said. "I was born with sickle cell disease and I was told I wouldn't live past 30, I would never have kids and I would be disabled my whole life. They told me that when I was seven years old. It also means a sick life in that I loved Michael Jackson and I got to work with Michael Jackson, I'm in the biggest girls' selling group of all-time, so I've had a sick life – good, bad and indifferent."
"It's a triumph story of how I became the women I am today and it's about a girl that wants this career so bad to be a singer but her disease stops her, or tries to, every step of the way," she continued. "I tell the good and the bad and I learned from it, I grew from it but it made me who I am. I tell it all, I'm not sitting up there acting like I was holier than thou because I did some s–." Here the full episode of Loveline with Amber Rose, which contains explicit language,here.
The clip leads viewers down one road, only to switch it up with a surprise ending that's actually pretty funny. We don't want to give away the whole thing, so just watch the clip below. It's definitely worth it.
Macklemore will join Alessia Cara, Harry Styles, Kesha, Khalid, Lorde, P!nk, Sam Hunt and Sam Smith at the fifth annual We Can Survive concert at the historic Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, October 21. Watch the cliphere.
Cam will be making stops in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Pioneertown, not too far from the desert town in which she was married. Dates are scheduled around her December 8th & 9th tour dates opening for George Strait at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
"West Coast I'm coming HOME," the "Burning House" singer wrote. "Can't wait to hug your necks & show you new music!!" See all of the announced dateshere.
"When a really big life changing event takes place, you feel a flood of emotions," Lauren explained in a press statement. "Some days you cry. Some days you're angry and some days you're happy.
"It was really important to me to use the three and a half minutes of the video to share all of the emotions I felt while watching my parents go through a divorce, seeing my dad through rehab, and my adjusting to a new life in Nashville. Life is full of unpredictability, and so are we. It's okay to not be okay all of the time, but we have to get to a place where we are 'Doin' Fine.'" Watch the videohere.
During an animated game of Lip Flip, the late night TV host's lips were superimposed on Madonna's face while the singer's lips appeared on the late-night host's face.
After some talk about where each was from and the Solar Eclipse, Fallon then asked Madonna to imitate Kim Kardashian entering a party and leaving a party. Watch hilarity ensuehere.
Last week was no different: Bey had Bruno Mars' 24k Magic track "Chunky" on the brain and shared photos and a video of herself rocking "CHUNKY" hoop earrings and a midi-length tracksuit dress.
Billboard reports that the images were taken when Beyonce attended a recent Bruno Mars concert at Madison Square Garden. In the photos, we get close-ups of Bey's jewelry and nails, as well as a shot of Beyonce and Jay-Z walking down a hallway together. "Chunky" serves as the soundtrack to the slideshow video: "Oh, chunky/ Looking for them girls with the big old hoops/ That drop it down in daisy dukes/ Yeah, them the ones I'm trying to recruit/ I'm looking at you." See the video and photoshere.
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