Page Too Report for 02/09/2018
Now, the singer and actress has moved forward with her claim, filing a police report in Santa Monica, California. Schuman made the announcement on Twitter that developments in the #MeToo movement empowered her to come forward.
"I'm finally doing what I thought I could no longer do," she wrote. "Im filing a police report #timesup #bebrave #bethechange #metoo thank you @RAINN for empowering me to take this step."
The local police department confirmed to E! News that it is looking into a report Schuman filed but would not name the subject of their investigation. Read morehere.
"It could have been a gigantic disaster," said Perez, speaking with Esquire earlier this week. "A lot of the times, when you're working with such a big artist, there's so much to lose. And to his credit, [Timberlake] wanted to be vulnerable."
Shot at Los Angeles's Bradbury Building (which famously served as a setting in the "Blade Runner" film), the video involved a 200-person crew-including 17 musicians and a 60-member choir. One of those musicians was Chris Stapleton, who accompanied Timberlake on guitar and was integral to the proceedings. Rehearsals took place throughout the day, with the knowledge that the actual shoot had to occur during a narrow 10-minute time frame, when a deep blue evening light was shining through a window.
"I'm not joking when I tell you that this is the first and only take that we did in the night time," Perez said. "This is … Justin Timberlake. That guy is a pro. And Chris Stapleton was such a good guy. I don't know if he knew exactly what was going on, but that guy is a performer, so he just settled back and did it." Read morehere.
She guested on Bruno Mars' delightful "Finesse" remix and shared a Migos track with Nicki Minaj. And now, Jennifer Lopez has confirmed that Cardi will appear on her song "Dinero."
"I feel like you already know that I collaborated with Cardi B… I do have a record coming out with her and it's coming out soon," she told Latina.com. "The name of the song is 'Dinero.' I don't know what the video is going to be yet, but we'll see what we come up with."
When Lopez headlined the Calibash festival in January, she played a snippet of the song -- which she shared on Instagram. Read morehere.
Among jaw-dropping claims of knowing who killed JFK and a sexual relationship between Richard Pryor and Marlon Brando, the legendary producer Jones called out T-Pain for his version of Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" recorded with Robin Thicke.
"I was not in favor of doing it, but the rappers wanted to record something as a tribute to me, where they'd do versions of songs that I'd done over my career," Jones told Vulture about the 2010 album, Q: Soul Bossa Nostra, which included the T-Pain/Robin Thicke track.
"I said to them, 'Look, you got to make the music better than we did on the originals.' That didn't happen. T-Pain, man, he didn't pay attention to the details."
T-Pain has responded to Jones' comments, and the rapper took the high road. "For the record I told my managers (at the time) and I told Quincy Jones in his face, 'I don't want to remake any of your past records because I know I'm gonna f— it up,' the rapper said on Twitter. 'I'll never be able to reach the greatest of MJ.' It took them hours to pump me up to even go in the booth. And I still hated it when I came out of the booth.
"Then the song came out and it was even worse than it sounded in the studio," T-Pain continued. "This is legit one of the reasons I don't work with the managers I had anymore because if I said I was uncomfortable doing something they didn't care."
That's when T-Pain had to get something else off his chest. "But also to be real. It just seems like Quincy Jones is pissed off at the whole world," the rapper added. Read morehere.
"This has been such a fun thing to create and develop. I love clothes that are perfectly worn-in like you've had them a lifetime, but can also take the wear and tear that comes from an active lifestyle," Bentley explained in a press statement. "I've learned over the last few months that there's a real art to getting that just right. The Flag & Anthem guys have been doing it at the highest level and have helped me put together a collection that I think is totally authentic to me and one that hopefully people all over the country will dig too."
With the clothing line's name inspired by lyrics from Bentley's latest album, The Mountain, Desert Sun's debut spring collection features "primarily men's items including vintage-washed tees, raglans, hoodies and hats along with a handful of women's tees." Read morehere.
In addition to the cash, he brought toys and games for the kids and $150 Target gift cards for women living in the facility, reports Billboard. The nonprofit organization, Lotus Village, said Drake dropped by on February 6 to offer support to families who moved into their new shelter last week.
The shelter hopes to raise $25 million to be able to provide more services to its residents and become a model for other homeless facilities around the country. The shelter for woman and children currently offers a community clinic, children's wellness center, yoga and a Zen garden. Read morehere.
Harris and the Canadian R&b crooner unite on "Nuh Ready Nuh Ready," a percolating club track that combines Caribbean-by-way-of-Toronto island vibes with classic U.K. dubstep aesthetics.
Listen to "Nuh Ready Nuh Ready," which does contain explicit lyrics, and hear Calvin Harris' new soundhere.
Darius, a sports super-fan, shared his excitement prior to the show. "Ever since I was five years old, I've loved football, and I love how physical it is," he says. "I love the chess match of the game. I love the speed of the game. I love college football, but for me watching pro football is better because the speed is so much more. For me, there's two times a year, man - football season and waiting for football season."
But what about guitars? When Gibson.com calls him, we find there's one thing he loves even more than sports and that's his Gibson J-45s and Hummingbirds.
"For years I wanted to play Gibson," he says. "So I got one, we got a deal with them, and I just love mine. I just know what I hear, right, and when I plugged my Hummingbird in I'd never heard any guitar sound like that. Whether it's just straight to my ears or through a PA, it's just what an acoustic guitar is supposed to sound like to me. Not too tinny - the very opposite, it's just full and beautiful sounding and they're really great for live. They sound amazing every night."
But what about Darius, these days a country superstar, also owning a very-rock Gibson Flying V? "I do, I do! What can I say?" he laughs. "Everyone needs a Flying V. Don't they?" Read morehere.
The action of papering the home in hearts is part of Donda's House's annual advocacy and education campaign, HeARTS Matter Week, showing love to the city's many historic landmarks.
"The 'heart bombing' will serve as a physical reminder to the community that a property is valuable and deserves our attention and investment," according to a press statement. Read morehere.
The country music couple welcomed daughter Olivia Rose on Dec. 23 of last year in Nashville, the little bundle of joy weighing 7 lbs., 13 oz. She measured 19¼ inches long.
Ealier this week (Feb. 6), Hubbard shared a heartwarming video of his wife cajoling baby Olivia to smile for daddy, and it could very well be the cutest thing you see all day. Revel in the baby magichere.
The elder Smith shared a short spoof of his son's music video to congratulate him on a streaming milestone. The proud father posted, 'Congrats on 100,000,000 @Spotify streams, Jaden!
"It is a Delicious Gift to a Parent to Admire his children. Keep Doin' You!"Check out the online stream of the Will's spoof videohere.
'A few weeks ago, my son sat down and started playing our piano' he's never had a lesson a day in his life, so needless to say I started tearing up like a proud mom! My baby is like a lil Mozart!"
You can hear her proud sniffles in the background. Spears knows all about starting young. When she was 11 she was already a star in The All-New Mickey Mouse Club. Read morehere.
To achieve slow motion with intact vocals, artists record their lip-syncing at double or triple speed…which is then slowed down to match the regular pace of the song. As a result, the vocals appear "normal" but the movement is slow-mo. Corden staged such a production of Meghan's song "Me Too" with balloons and confetti, replaying the results immediately.
The process was hilarious and, while Trainor's lip movements didn't perfectly match all of the lyrics, she sure nailed most of them. Meghan shared the episode with Shape of Water director Guillermo Del Toro and they bonded over pet rodents. Watch Meghan's slow-motion performance and listen to her harrowing story about a pet rathere.
The movie tells the story of high school basketball player Tyquone Greer. The Orr Academy High School player scored the winning shot at a game just one week after being shot in the leg at a party.
'Shot in the Dark is an authentic and realistic look at high school sports in Chicago and what it means for our youth," Chance said in a statement on the project. Read morehere.
Plus, who were his musical influences? He dishes about that and more in our TWO exclusive videos below. The "Let It Go" singer also opened up about about his dream collaboration, and even shared his strategy for a zombie apocalypse.
Bay tells us that "Wild Love" is a song about falling "madly and deeply" for somebody. Wait a second! Valentine's Day is less than a week away. Not sure which lyric to write in that Valentine's Day card for your boo next week? James makes it easy for you with today's release. You can take some love advice from the master of a love song.
Meanwhile, we were also wondering about the personal life of James Bay. So we asked him about what he collects, and learned a thing or two about how love of a particular instrument. He explains more in this videohere.
The surreal clip stars actress Daddario and frontman Adam Levine dealing with a series of bizarre scenarios while they work through their relationship, opening with the singer crashing her funeral only to brings her back to life with the sting of a scorpion.
Later in the video, the couple argues amidst an apocalyptic landscape while fire rains from the sky. Watch the Dave Meyers-directed cliphere.
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