Sheeran later gave fans an update on his injuries and canceled seven shows. "A visit to my doctors confirmed fractures in my right wrist and left elbow that will leave me unable to perform live concerts for the immediate future. Sadly, this means that the following shows will not be able to go ahead as planned: Taipei, Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong. I'm waiting to see how the healing progresses before we have to decide on shows beyond that. Please stay tuned for more details."
The accident apparently occurred when Sheeran was riding his bike in London and was struck by a car, which knocked him to the ground (via NME). In addition to the cast on his right arm, Doctors bandaged his left arm to protect his elbow. If Sheeran recovers fully he might be able to play scheduled dates in Manila, Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Mumbai and Dubai. He should be fully healed in time for three December holiday concerts in the U.S. Read morehere.
In the post, Ocean claimed that as a child his dad used a gay slur against a transgender waitress in his presence. The judge's full written decision is expected this week.
"It was a super sad case," Ocean's lawyer, Keith Bremer, told Pitchfork. "I am sorry that my client had to go through this and am glad that we could bring closure." Read morehere.
The song will be featured on the movie's soundtrack, which also includes a title track by Mariah Carey and music from Kelsea Ballerini, Jake Owen, Yolanda Adams and more.
The Star: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will arrive in stores and online Oct. 27. Check out the new songhere.
Other acts that slated to perform at the event include Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Alan Jackson, Little Big Town, Old Dominion and Jon Pardi.
The 2017 CMA Awards are scheduled to air Nov. 8 on ABC at 8 pm ET. The ceremony will take place live at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Read morehere.
The Murfreesboro native posted, "I remember growing up near Nashville listening to and watching the Opry. Since I began my career in music, playing the @opry has always been a highlight. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that I would get to join this family. Dreams come true. I'm excited to call this place Home for the rest of my life."
Brad Paisley, who inducted Young, shared that he was "So thrilled to have had the honor to be the one to welcome this guy home to the @Opry. Congratulations @chrisyoungmusic !!!"
As the singer came to the stage to play, prior to his induction, he met a standing ovation. He joked, "I didn't do anything yet, at least let me play a song." See all the postshere.
In a new interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Styles shared how he was the one to come up with the name One Direction for the band that would go on to become one of the biggest pop acts in the world.
"I know they're not here to defend anything else, but it was me," Styles told CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Tony Dokoupil, referring to his 1D band-mates Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson.
"I thought it sounded good. We threw around names for a little bit, and I honestly don't know. I suggested it and everyone was like 'Yeah we like that' and then it kind of stuck, and that was what it was."
Watch Harry Styles talk about One Direction (and making quick change as a cashier) in the videohere.
"There's nothing like a stadium full of people coming together to remind you what life's about. The energy, the moments, the fun," Chesney said in a press release. "Every single one of these artists who're coming out with us for Trip Around the Sun live their lives the exact same way: They work hard, they appreciate what they're given, and they love music every bit as much as they love life. I, personally, can't wait to see this show hit the road."
In 2017, the singer's only stadium show took place at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. He will return to the venue for the final scheduled date of his 2018 tour and will share the stage with Dierks Bentley, the Brothers Osborne and Lay.
"Playing those two nights in Foxboro this year made me really want to get out there with all the people who LIVE this music," Chesney said. "We have so much fun, so much life, so many memories — all tied up in these shows and these songs. I am ready to get out there and kick into another summer where we can all celebrate how lucky we are to love life and be able to come together." See the dateshere.
The animated adventure features the voices of voices of Jim Parsons, Christine Baranski, Alan Cumming, Lucy Liu, as well as other stars yet to be revealed.
The soundtrack will consist of songs from the pop icon's catalog of hits. Check out a preview trailer for the specialhere.
Much of the money came from their own contributions, but they also received corporate donations and pledges. On October 14, the trio hosted the benefit show One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert for Disaster Relief, which generated around $9 million, Billboard reports.
Both Lopez and Anthony's parents came to the U.S. from Puerto Rico. Rodriguez's family immigrated from the Dominican Republic. Read morehere.
Regardless of the status of said mixtape, the tour dates for the joint trek are locked in and confirmed. G Herbo and SOB x RBE have been tapped as opening acts.
It kicks off in Denver, CO, on Nov., 17, and runs through late December, ending in Boston, MA, Dec. 21. Pre-sale tickets go on sale for most dates on October 19, with a general sale beginning on October 20. See the dateshere.
Guests shared their photos on social media and the ladies' outfits could have easily been mistaken for wedding gowns. Keyshia described the dress code concept in an interview with Page Six earlier this year.
'All the women have to wear a gown, as if you are getting married," she said. "And the men have to wear white suits. Even my camera crew has to wear white. If you don't come dressed accordingly you have to leave, and I am so serious. If you come wearing something else then you were not invited."
Gucci and Keyshia also settled on a great wedding hashtag: #TheWopsters. See photos from the eventhere.
The story includes two side-by-side photos: One of a frail Demi several years ago, and another of the strong, healthy pop star we know today. She captioned the image "Recovery is possible."
This week, Demi debuted a YouTube documentary titled Simply Complicated in which she opened up about her experience with the disorder, among many other topics.
"When I feel lonely, my heart feels hungry and then I end up binging and I don't know how to figure out how to be alone," Demi says. "One thing that I haven't fully conquered is my eating disorder."
"Food is still the biggest challenge in my life," she says at a different point in the film. "It's something that I'm constantly thinking about." See a fan capture of the before-and-after photoshere.
It's been a big year for SZA: In addition to her hit album Ctrl, her singles "The Weekend" and "Love Galore" put the singer on the map. She's appeared on Maroon 5's "What Lovers Do" and is currently touring with Bryson Tiller.
Watch SZA perform "Normal Girl"here.
The Tidal X charity concert featured organizer JAY-Z, Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez, DJ Khaled, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Daddy Yankee, Yo Gotti, A$AP Ferg, Vic Mensa, Fifth Harmony, Joey Bada$$, Willow Smith and more.
Beyonce didn't perform but the singer slayed the red carpet in an emerald green gown that she showed off on Instagram. Jay performed their duet "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" and faked the crowd out: "Sike, y'all think Bey is coming out or something but we ain't doing that tonight," he said.
Jimmy Kimmel Live! simulcast Fifth Harmony's performance of "He Like That" from the event. Watch Fifth Harmony's performancehere.
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