The pop star appeared in New York on the set of yet-untitled Woody Allen movie, reports Billboard. She also made appearances while in the city at this year's fashion week
The singer will co-star in the Woody Allen film along side Jude Law, Diego Luna, Liev Schreiber, Timothee Chalamet, and Elle Fanning. Read morehere.
Touring in support of his forthcoming solo debut, Flicker, which is set to drop on Oct. 20, Horan launches his at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles later this month, hitting similarly intimate venues around North American (with a pair of shows in Brazil and Mexico) before wrapping up in San Francisco towards the end of November.
The singer has already made his summer plans for 2018 with a slew of shows across the continent in larger amphitheaters. Country star Maren Morris will join Horan on most of those shows as the opening act. See the dateshere.
"Better Me" was originally slated for a planned 2018 Montgomery Gentry album, there has yet to be an indication of how, when or if that music will be released.
Gentry handles lead vocals in the poignant song, which is sung from the perspective of a man examining ways to be a better man as he gets older. Read morehere.
Adam Craig, the Peach Pickers (Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson & Ben Hayslip) and Jon Langston plus DJ Rock have all been added to the tour, joining previously announced singer Jon Pardi.
See the full run of dates and opening actshere.
Beerbongs and Bentleys is reportedly scheduled to drop before the new year, though it doesn't have a release date. "I'm in the studio running through beats and everything, figuring s— out. It should be done pretty soon," he told XXL in May.
"The label's rushing me to turn it in. I'm just f—–' working. I'm trying to make an album that's super killer. I think everything's a hit. I think this is gonna be bigger than Stoney. I'm really excited for people to hear new s— and a new perspective and just get weird."
Check out the lyric video for the collaboration with 21 Savage, which contains explicit language,here.
Gotti sauntered from side to side of the stage to show the love to the whole audience. Minaj joined him halfway through the track and worked the stage in a white bodysuit with strategic cutouts.
Check out the performancehere.
"My heart is with Selena Gomez and Lady Gaga today," she wrote. "We're all human & need self care. I hope both these icons heal safe & feel good. Such wonderful role models for being so honest with a very critical world."
Lady Gaga recently revealed that she suffers from the chronic pain condition Fibromyalgia. The singer was forced to cancel a scheduled performance at Rock in Rio due to "severe pain."
Gomez revealed this week that she had undergone a kidney transplant as part of her ongoing battle with Lupus. See Kesha's posthere.
"My grandma was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was probably around four or five years old. And if she wouldn't have had resources, if she wouldn't have had access, if she wouldn't have had health insurance, she wouldn't be here today," he shared during an exclusive interview with Radio.com.
"She just hit 100 years old. It's my grandma Helen. She's very special to me in my life. She was the star of my last music video, actually, which is not what really my grandma means to me, but a very cool way to celebrate her 100th birthday," he said, referencing the feel-good clip for his single, "Glorious."
"She has been kind of my style icon. The funniest person in my family, she is a gem," he added. "She was able to fight breast cancer, but for quite a while it wasn't looking like she was gonna make it. It was very close. I wouldn't have grown up with my grandma the way that I did, like so many kids don't get to. So it's near and dear to my heart."
Macklemore revealed how he made the initial connection with his grandmother over a shared love of fashion. Read morehere.
"I couldn't be more excited for my first headlining tour. I've learned so much as a performer on the road with Florida Georgia Line this summer, so to be able to showcase that and take more music to the fans is a dream come true," said Lane in a prepared statement.
Lane kicks off the tour in Baltimore, MD, on Oct. 25, winding across the country before wrapping up in Wichita, KS, on December 15. Venue have yet to be announced. See the full tour itineraryhere.
In the tranquil clip, Yachty is seen stranded on a deserted island beach, using his imagination to make it into a romantic getaway.
The track and video feature London's Stefflon Don, who is signed to Yachty's Quality Control label. Watch the videohere.
The song is sung from the perspective of the character Sia voices for the film, Songbird Serenade. The album will also feature songs by Lukas Graham, Rachel Platten, DNCE, and more
It will also feature songs from the film sung by the star-studded cast which includes Taye Diggs, Zoe Saldana, Kristin Chenoweth, and Emily Blunt, among others.
The full soundtrack will be released on September 22. Check out Sia's latesthere.
Goldberg was joined by Kathy Najimy (Sister Mary Patrick), Wendy Makkena (Sister Mary Robert) and Beth Fowler, who played an unnamed nun in the film, but is now widely known for her role as Sister Jane Ingalls on Orange is the New Black.
"I can't believe this is happening, and that it was 25 years ago," said 82-year-old Maggie Smith (who played Mother Superior) said via a prerecorded message. "I feel I must be the oldest nun left."
Actor Harvey Keitel (whoplayed Goldberg's "Sister Act" boyfriend, Vince LaRocca, in the movie) made a surprise appearance, recreating a memorable moment from the movie when he presented Goldberg with a purple embroidered coat. Check out the performancehere.
According to The Boot, $1 from every ticket sold for the show at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this Saturday, Sept. 16, will be donated to the Justin J. Watt Foundation
The organization has already generated more that $34 million for Harvey relief efforts. The band is also providing free lawn tickets to the show for first responders while supplies last. Read morehere.
Stormfront Radio had been using Cash's cover of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' 1989 hit, "I Won't Back Down," as the theme for a weekly show. The letter officially shut down that practice.
According to NPR, the letter was addressed to the Rense Radio Network, which posts Stormfront Radio's content online, and to Don Black, the founder of Stormfront and a former Ku Klux Klan leader.
In the letter, the companies called out the show for "unlawfully exploiting" Cash's song, and that the labels "have not licensed, granted permission, or otherwise authorized either Rense Radio Network or Mr. Black" to use the music. Read morehere.
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