Page Too Report for 10/18/2017
An injury of this sort is usually caused by an event such as an asthma attack, weightlifting stress, or deep water diving due to the sudden changes in air pressure -- but has been seen before in an Opera singer and military drill instructor, according to the Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Jack Slaughter, who treated the sixteen-year-old patient three years ago said "I never saw her again. I told her she'd be famous and get to go on the Jimmy Fallon show and meet One Direction but she was too embarrassed." Read morehere.
Horan went online to share with his fans short previews of the tracks "Fire Away," "On The Loose," and the album's title track via his official Twitter account.
Check out all the previews from the former One Direction singerhere.
The singer shared a short snippet of instrumental audio, and what may be a tease for the track's music video via his official Instagram account, earlier this week.
Fans won't have long to wait, the latest from the former One Direction singer arrives this Friday, Oct. 20. Check out the teasershere.
With her new album, Unapologetically, on the horizon, Kelsea Ballerini has shared an acoustic version of the lead single, "Legends." Unapologetically is set to debut on Nov. 3.
"As a songwriter, I LOVE stripping songs down to the basics," Ballerini told Variety. "With 'Legends' being such a lyrical story, my band and I have ended up playing it like this quite a bit. It's become a chameleon of a song and changes meaning [depending on] on how you listen to it, but [it] covers everything from loss to love, just like the entirety of the album. I'm so excited for people to hear the full story!"
Ballerini is set to appear at the 2017 Stars and Strings concert alongside Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, and Sam Hunt with a special appearance by Lindsay Ell. Read more and check out the songhere.
"Saturday, in a sacred place where two rivers meet and join together, I married my best friend..barefoot and surrounded by the deepest kind of magic and love that exists," Musgraves shared on Instagram.
"I've never felt so tranquil and happy. We made our promises to each other under the trees and then drank and danced into the night. We couldn't have done any of it without the help of our wonderful families and amazing friends." See the photoshere.
"We can't wait to get out there and see what kind of Old Dominion fans we have around the world," singer Matthew Ramsey said in a press release. "It's amazing when we hear from our fans out there — so we couldn't be more excited to bring our music to them face to face."
For the Canadian dates, Old Dominion will be joined by local acts, Washboard Union and Cold Creek Country. In America, Michael Ray and Brandon Lay will serve as the opening acts.
"I am such a fan of the music these guys are writing and creating," Brandon Ray enthused, "and any time the band and I can play music with friends we're also a fan of, it's a good day." See the dateshere.
In a clip the group shared on Twitter, Fifth Harmony is seen working on the song, interspersed with scenes from the movie, which revolves around the first Christmas.
"'Can You See' is a beautiful song that follows a story of the star. It's a very inspirational song," explains member Ally Brooke in the video. "I hope that when people hear this song they feel the emotion behind it. We were all just very drawn to this song," adds Lauren Jauregui.
The Star: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will arrive in stores and online October 27, 2017. The album will include new music from Kelsea Ballerini, Mariah Carey and more. See the full tracklisthere.
"Fun fact: the only animal I do NOT like is a turtle. I'm fine with snakes and spiders and anything else that most people find scary, but turtles are NOT OK," Underwood wrote in her Instagram caption.
"(That said I'll still pull my car over to help one cross the road ' even though I don't like it)," she added. "I'm glad my son doesn't share my feelings' #turtlesareweird #walkfaster #pleasedontbiteme." Read morehere.
The DJ stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss Asahd's burgeoning career as a producer and how Diddy plans to hook him up with an unforgettable first birthday celebration.
"His birthday is Oct. 23, and speaking of him being the executive producer, the album that he's executive producer on went platinum in two months," Khaled said. "It went gold in two weeks. My biggest album, and my son is my biggest blessing. It's changed my life, man, I'm happy. I love that boy."
When it came to plotting a show-stopping birthday party, Khaled knew he had to ask Diddy's advice. "You know, speaking of his birthday, I just got off the phone with Puff Daddy, because we throwing the biggest birthday party for Asahd," Khaled said. "It's gone be big. You know, if it's a big party, Puff Daddy gotta be involved. So me and Puff were talking, and we're gone do something big for Asahd." Watch the cliphere.
Westbury New Road in St. Michael will be renamed Rihanna Drive, the Barbados Ministry of Tourism announced on October 13. The official renaming will be held on Barbados' Independence Day, November 30.
The singer is expected to attend the November 30 unveiling, Nation News reports. Read morehere.
Starting off with lyrics set to Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know," the mother of two emphatically sang, "Fall is here to remind you/ of the allergies you thought went away/ fall don't care if it's colder/ cause you've got to breathe that autumn air /ah-ah-choo, blow your nose."
Next, she sang "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," with the lyrics: "Ain't no blower strong enough/ ain't no rake sturdy enough/ Ain't no trash bag big enough/ to keep me from jumping in leaves, babe."
P!nk took on the Police, Garth Brooks, Eurythmics, Cardi B, and the Steve Miller Band. She even gleefully spoofed herself, singing, "Just give me fall season/ Just a little bit of fun/ Just a second to enjoy this weather/ Before it's winter time again." Check out the bithere.
"That'd be dope," the rapper said when Kaepernick's name was mentioned by TMZ as a theoretical replacement for Rodgers. "I ain't mad at that. I feel bad for Rodgers though, but Kaepernick will hold the fort down, he can get it going as a starter."
"It's a serious situation for NFL,"Raekwon added when asked about Kaepernick being without a job so far this season. "I respect what Kaepernick is about." Watch the video, which contains explicit language,here.
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