Page Too Report for 02/12/2018
With the resurfaced footage making the rounds in light of actress Uma Thurman's recent accusations against Tarantino, Fergie made a point of setting the record straight at the wrap party for FOX singing competition show, The Four.
The singer urged that the incident not be taken out of context, and that there was nothing malicious behind Tarantino's on-set actions. "We were just kind of having banter. We were having a little bit of fun," she detailed. "But make no mistake, I don't want to take away from anyone's story, and I stand with every victim and everyone's story everywhere." Read morehere.
The clip opens with the scene that Swift teased earlier in the week, as she pokes fun at Sheeran's height and accuses him of "peacocking." The pair discuss the making of the track, with Sheeran revealing that he came up with his part in a dream, much to Swift's deadpan amusement.
Swift jokes about Sheeran bringing his "cadenced rhythmic thing" rap style to the track, something she says he hasn't done since the first album. They go on to break down his lyrics for the track, with Swift imitating Sheeran's English accent as he explains how the "Fourth of July" reference is in regards to how he connected with his fiancee, Cherry, at Swift's 4th of July party.
Later on the video, Swift shouts out the extras on the set, explaining how they make it look like they're at a raucous party while actually dancing to just a click track. Read more and watch the videohere.
Drizzy raps for the first half of the song before BlocBoy takes over with a rapid-fire delivery redolent of a less husky, more sedated Busta Rhymes. Near the end, Drake comes back in to deliver more effortless lines.
The video for the track was produced by Tay Keith and features bird's-eye shots of the city and scenes of the performers rapping and dancing with their crew on a basketball court and outside in the streets. During the lyrically explicit clip, they flip the bird, rifle through a deck of bills and watch a basketball game from the nosebleeds.
Recently, Drake shared two of his own new songs, "Diplomatic Immunity" and "God's Plan," the latter of which brought him to Miami to film a video at a public high school.
While he was there, he gave the school $25,000 for new uniforms, then he dropped by a city supermarket and bought groceries for everyone in the store. He also stopped at a homeless shelter for mothers and children and delivered a $50,000 donation as well as presents for the kids and Target gift cards for the women in the shelter.
Watch Drake in BlocBoy JB's lyrically explicit video for "Look Alive"here.
Did he know who Justin Timberlake was? How was his iPhone battery doing? Ellen Degeneres invited McKenna on her talk show to discuss the indelible moment -- and Justin Timberlake popped in for a surprise.
During the interview, Timberlake appeared via video and gave Ryan a great gift. "I'll tell you what I want to do. Because it was so unexpected that you came down and because all of this has happened, I thought to myself, 'I really want to meet you properly,'" Timberlake said. "I'm going to be coming to TD Garden on tour to play in Boston, so I would like to invite you and your family to come and I want to meet you."
McKenna was overwhelmed by the gesture and said: "Thank you so much! Oh my god!" Watch Justin Timberlake and Selfie Kid back in actionhere.
Ballerini has shared a romantic video montage of the young lovers cavorting in the idyllic locale, with the singer's song, "Unapologetically" serving as the soundtrack.
The stunning landscape is an ideal backdrop for the good-looking pair as they celebrate their marriage, which occurred last December 2 while they were in Mexico. Watch the videohere.
The dynamic double-bill launches on March 30 in Wallingford, CT, with dates scheduled through September 1, where Carrington and LOCASH will wrap it up in Farmingville, NY.
See the full tour itineraryhere.
Recently he shared an image on Instagram which seemed to edit French Montana and Fabolous out of a shot with Diddy, Kendrick Lamar and JAY-Z. "3 Kings! 3 GREAT FRIENDS! Love you guys. #BlackGreatness," he captioned the photo. "5 Kings! 5 GREAT FRIENDS!" was not the caption Diddy had in mind, so two had to get the chop -- or, rather, the crop.
During an appearance on Ellen, Diddy blamed his photography editor for the shady mix-up. "Sometimes my photography editor, he doesn't let me know when he's taking people out of the pictures," he said. "There were people that were taken away that didn't deserve to be taken away." Read morehere.
The clip's retro '70s vibe is an ideal visual for the jaunty tune's infectious energy and candy-coated chorus. 'It's the apology so many spouses deserve, but never get," Cam said of the song in a press statement.
"The other woman is coming forward to break the news to the wife about an affair, respecting her enough to have that hard conversation, once she realized he was married. And in true country fashion, I've set the whole raw story to upbeat music, so you can dance while you process it all."
Directed by Daniel Carberry, the "Diane" video is a strong introduction to the next era of Cam. Watch ithere.
Hilton announced the impending music while discussing her impending nuptials to model/actor Chris Zylka, who inspired the track. "It's about the love of my life--my fiance," she told E! News about "I Need You," which is slated to drop on Feb. 14.
Musically, Hilton has been spending quality time behind the decks as a DJ, spinning at high-profile clubs around the world. Read morehere.
Now, Miranda has shared the "Salsa Remix" of the track in an effort to generate even more money for Puerto Rico. All proceeds and streams of the charity single will continue to go towards The Hispanic Federation's UNIDOS Disaster Relief fund in effort to aid in Puerto Rico's recovery efforts.
Watch the new video for Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Almost Like Praying ft Artists for Puerto Rico (Salsa Remix)here.
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