"My next single will be a bit later this year but I wanted to share this with you now," he tweeted. "This is for you lot! #JustLikeYou The song will go live on the usual platforms at midnight local time. NZ and Aus be ready. This is one of my favourites from the album. Conceptually I think it sums me up! This song is for you #JustLikeYou."
"Just Like You" came up during a BBC interview this year when Tomlinson said it explores "this view of celebrities that we're impenetrable and almost not human, but fundamentally we all have the same problems."
Louis also shared album artwork which features the singer holding a billiards cue while eyeing his next shot. See Tomlinson's announcementhere.
A description on Swift's YouTube channel says the app is, "a creative, inclusive and community-driven place for users to better connect with each other' and Taylor!"
"I think you guys are really going to like this," Swift says in a promotional video. "I mean, I hope. It would be preferable if you did." The app is scheduled for a late 2017 release. Check out a preview videohere.
Miley also discussed her musical evolution with The Late Late Show host: "The twerking Robin Thick VMAs led me to be the activist that I am now because I realize, if that many people are going to talk about something that I do, then I should make it a good thing," she said.
"And I should make it something that can change people's lives rather than be a controversial conversation that does nothing but become a fun Halloween costume for people." In the episode's highlight, Corden and Cyrus do their best live rendition of "Wrecking Ball." Watch the full segmenthere.
On Wednesday (Oct. 11), Smith shared a new behind-the-scenes trailer for the album, featuring scenes of the singer hard at work creating the long-awaited release.
The clip shows a studio packed with musicians, producers, fellow vocalists and even a string section. It also features Smith singing along with a full choir while recording his current hit, "Too Good at Goodbyes." Check out Sam's album trailerhere.
Combs initiated the conversation by retweeting CNN political correspondent Keith Boykins statement about the inherent power of the NFL's black players with the comment, "#Facts." "I did have a dream to own a NFL team but now my dream is to own our own league! A league where you can be yourself. Have a retirement plan."
"Have freedom to be a great human and protest for your people without being demonized for your beliefs as a KING!! NEW DREAM ALERT!!!!," the hip-hop mogul continued.
Combs ended his stream of football-related tweets with a bold, all-caps statement: "SELL ME THE NFL NOW!!!!" See all the tweetshere.
"I reached out to him in this case," Pink said. "I love him. I've always loved him. I think he's a lyrical genius, and I just wrote him a love letter. I had written this song. I had went to the studio and drank a lot of wine, I wrote 'Revenge.'"
"And then, I went home and drank more wine because that's what you do when you've already drank a lot of wine — you think more wine is a good idea — and I wrote him an email and I said, 'I love you. I've always loved you. I've loved you since you gave me your autograph at the 2001 MTV Music Video Awards. I love that you always work with the same people.' I just wrote this love letter, and he just wrote back, 'OK.'" Read morehere.
The pair got together for a rousing rendition of John Michael Montgomery's perennial 1995 hit, 'Sold (Grundy County Auction)." Before taking it to the stage, Urban and Janson rehearsed the song backstage in a trailer, and shared some footage from it.
"Thanks Keith Urban for this incredible Opry moment!," Janson posted to Twitter after the show. "You are a class act all the way and I love you." Watch the cliphere.
Lovato watches footage from the movie with two old friends in the fun clip. "Did you have a crush on him this whole time?" her friend Matthew asks. "Oh yeah," Lovato responds.
"Oh my god wait, this moment," says Lovato watching another scene. "I freaking fell in love with him, in real life."We had our first kiss on camera," she continued. Simply Complicated debuts October 17 on Youtube. Check out the cute videohere.
In addition to performing, the rapper twon awards for Hustler of the Year, Single of the Year, Best New Artist and the Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style).
Check out Cardi's performance, which contains explicit language, and see the full list of winners from Tuesday night's showhere.
The video supports The Global Goals, specifically achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls. "Happy, smiley joy doesn't really cut the mustard now," said the video's director, MJ Delaney, to Glamour. "A lot has happened globally, and I wanted to do something defiant and angry and demanding.
"Hopefully, we can use the Global Goals to define this spirit of defiance and optimism and demanding that we all feel," she added. "Every single person in the world has the ability to change something." Watch the full cliphere.
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