Page Too Report for 09/12/2017
"I don't pay too much attention to what people even say about me," the singer told Fader when he was asked if he could relate to Swift's situation. "I just tend to take it for what it is when I meet them people in real life and have a conversation with them. If they're cool with me, then I base my relationship on that."
"In terms of relating to it, of course I relate to things being written about us all the time. But I don't listen to it," Malik continued. "I rate her as an artist, I think she's cool, I think she's successful, and I think she deserves her success because she's worked hard. That's just how I look at it. I did a song with her ('I Don't Wanna Live Forever" from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack), it was fun, she was professional." Read morehere.
The Montgomery Gentry star died on Friday (Sept. 8) when a helicopter he was riding in crashed near the site of a show the band had scheduled at the Flying W airport in Medford, New Jersey,
According to The Boot, Gentry's family has asked that fans wanting to show their condolences make a donation to the TJ Martell Foundation, or to support the Red Cross' hurricane relief efforts. Read morehere.
The song marks the first collaboration between the Korean group and American artists. And it very well may not be the last. After BTS won Top Social Artist at the Billboard Music Awards in May, the boy band met with The Chainsmokers and other U.S. acts, including Halsey and Camila Cabello.
On May 21, the American duo tweeted, "Love these dudes! See you guys this summer." BTS will drop their new album on September 18. It will be the follow-up to Wings and the extended release You Never Walk Alone and it promises to be huge. Read morehere.
The following evening, on Saturday (September 9) she dedicated her show and its proceeds to those displaced by the hurricane. During that show, the singer started crying after performing "What About." But it wasn't the hurricane victims the singer was crying for. This time it was for herself.
"What About" is featured on Jackson's 1997 The Velvet Rope album and it details a woman in an abusive relationship. As male and female dancers behind her acted out the lyrics, the song vividly came to life.
"What about the times you hit my face? /What about the times you kept on when I said, 'No more please?' / What about those things?" she sang. Currently in the middle of a divorce from husband Wissam Al Mana, Jackson finished the song and paused. Clearly in tears, she wiped her eyes and said, "This is me," as she pointed to the female backup dancers behind her who acted out an abusive relationship. The audience were supportive as many could be heard screaming, "We love you Janet!" Watch the emotional momenthere.
The country music star and American Idol champ helped launch this year's season this past Sunday night (September 10th) with a new video of the theme song, "Oh, Sunday Night."
It's a take on her 2014 No. 1 hit, "Something Bad," rewritten with loads of NFL references. In addition to Underwood looking resplendent in a fabulous red dress, a slew of NFL stars make appearances in the clip, including Dak Prescott, Derek Carr, Antonio Brown, Von Miller and more. Watch ithere.
The foundation was started to provide disaster relief for both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. "I had 200 mph wind-tested windows throughout my house, and every window in the house just blew out, so these people were really scared," Chesney told HLN (via CMT) regarding the 20 or so people and their pets that he welcomed into his home in St. John, although he wasn't there at the time. "They found more shelter in a big closet and were in that closet for a long time, and they made it. Luckily, a lot of people made it."
"These communities are facing an uphill battle. And they're facing years of cleanup. So many people are displaced," Chesney continued. "And, yes, we will rebuild, and we will recover." Read morehere.
The inspired cover came amidst Styles performing two singles from his self titled-debut album "Two Ghosts" and "Sign of the Times" during the radio broadcast.
Watch all three performanceshere.
During the celebration, Nicki performed "Rake It Up" with Gotti for the first time ever, and duetted with 21 Savage on their collaboration "No Flag." When Rae Sremmurd arrived onstage, Nicki performed her verse from a remix of "Black Beatles" live.
The Nicki Minaj set came just after Teyana Taylor (famed for her appearance in Kanye West's "Fade" video) closed Plein's catwalk presentation with a slinky dance routine. Burlesque star Dita Von Teese and Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima also made appearances during the show, reports Fader.
The Daily Beast caught up with Nicki Minaj after the show and the rapper hailed Plein's commitment to diversity on the runway: 'A lot of designers get really big and you don't see people who look anything like me in the front row most of the time," she said.
Check out all the images and videos from the high energy show, which contain explicit language,here.
The photogenic duo hit New York Fashion Week over the weekend, posing for pictures and holding hands at designer Jonathan Simkhai's fashion show. They also attended Virgil Abloh's Fashion Week event together.
The couple also shared some steamy PDA moments on Instagram, including one particularly sultry shot of the pair making out in front of a bodega beer cooler. Check out all the photoshere.
But it's still leaving a wake of destruction caused by high winds, torrential rains and fallen trees, leaving more than 5.7 million people without power, reports CNN. In the Caribbean islands, Irma has caused at least 26 deaths.
Many artists in the music community shared their thoughts and prayers with those in Florida, including Katy Perry, John Mayer, Common and more. See a few of the posts from music stars wishing for the safety of all those in Floridahere.
Selena wore a pink turtleneck minidress and the Weekend (born Abel Tesfaye) rocked a black velvet tux with bedazzled lapel. After the event, the Weeknd shared a photo of Gomez wearing his tuxedo jacket around the house: a lovey-dovey thumbs up for their millions of cheerleaders.
Over the weekend, Selena appeared by herself at the #BofF500 gala. The "Hands to Myself" singer has lots to celebrate including her recent cover of TIME magazine, celebrating her historic number of Instagram followers. See some photos from Selena's weekend with The Weekndhere.
In the teaser trailer for her long awaited sophomore album/visual album Double Dutchess, which arrives Sept. 22, Fergie decided to include some of those communications in an effort to embrace the haters and empower herself to give her all to the new project.
Fergie revealed to 92.3 AMP Radio's Shoboy and Nina that she was actually kind of surprised that she was able to use the negativity to her advantage.
"I'm not a negative person. I'm all about positivity and trying to exclude the negative noise like fear," Fergie says. "So that, for me felt kind of weird -- putting them out there and embracing it -- and it became my fuel actually. Negative things being said brought out the fight inside of me and brought out my Rocky Balboa."
"I don't usually acknowledge anything negative, but I wanted to put it out there because I felt like, 'Do people know that I'm a human being and I hear all this and I see all this?' I didn't even put the worst ones!" Read morehere.
Alan Jackson penned "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" a few weeks after the attacks. "I just pretty much visualized a lot of those scenes and stories I'd heard and seen on television or heard people talk about," he said in a release.
"The song came out of nowhere in the middle of the night - the chorus did. Just a gift," Jackson added. "And I got up and scribbled it down and put the melody down so I wouldn't forget it, and then the next day I started piecing all those verses together that were the thoughts I'd had or visuals I'd had, and'that was about it." The song was later performed at the 35th Annual CMA Awards.
"It was hard enough to go out there and sing something new anyway and then just the topic made it nerve-wracking to do," Jackson said. "I didn't think about what was gonna happen or anything. We just sang it, and I just remember other than being relieved that I got through it, I just felt very proud that it seemed to cause a reaction in people." Read morehere.
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