Page Too Report for 03/03/2018
The Shake It Off singer revealed that Camila Cabello and Charlie XCX will take on the openings slots as the country turned pop star crisscrosses the United States and Canada this summer.
She tweeted, "I have a very exciting update to share... @Camila_Cabello and @charli_xcx will be the opening acts on the… twitter.com/i/web/status/9'— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 01, 2018". See Taylor's upcoming dateshere.
The collection of tapes capture a young Bey in 1992, with appearances from Kelly Rowland, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett (via The Root). According to the Ted Owen & Co. auction listing, the tapes comprise footage from the pop star's first pair of pro-shot music videos.
Also included are "rehearsals, performances and outtakes that were shot before, during and after an onstage performance with her group Girl's Tyme at the BMI New Music showcase at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco on Aug. 26, 1992."
The videos contain footage of young Beyonce recording at the Plant Recording Studios in Sausalito, Calif., as well as scenes shot at a shopping mall "acting for the camera beside her longtime friend and Destiny's Child member/Grammy Award Winner LaTavia Roberson." Read morehere.
"I've never really been this honest about the things I struggle with," she said of the track in a press statement. "I always try to be really tough for everybody - especially women."
The song features Migos rapper Quavo, who does not appear in the new clip. Watch the online stream of Iggy Azalea's brand new "Savior" music videohere.
Such was the case at a recent performance when he was inspired to welcome a pair of local tykes to join him for "Drunk on You." Bryan pulls the first little girl onstage for a few twirls as he sang, with the girl clearly loving every minute of it.
The singer drops to his knees to sing to her, and then passes her the mic for the final line of the chorus, which she nails much to the delight of Bryan and the crowd. "Alright, you're stealing the show from me, you realize that," Bryan jokes as the band continues to play.
He pauses for a photo opp, before his new friend points out someone else in the crowd. That's when Bryan pulls an even smaller girl onstage, announcing that it's her birthday.
They have a dance, and Bryan turns up the cuteness by trading his baseball cap for her child-sized pink cowboy hat. Watch fan footage of the wholesome family fun unfold in real-timehere.
The !llmind-produced beat finds Future making it clear that he's thoroughly enjoying the single life, and you won't find him walking down the aisle anytime soon.
Although he's pretty generous when it comes to giving gifts, so at least there's that. Get all of the highly NSFW detailshere.
Cam was so taken with visuals from the GRAMMY award winner that she arranged a meeting with the Compton rapper to talk about his process. "'How do you pull off these amazing videos, these videos are visually just so beautiful,'" Cam told Taste of Country about her chat with Lamar. "And he was just like, 'Go back and look at the early videos, they weren't good and we got better.'
"They have all these little ways that they get into the space and what they control and what they write," Cam added. "It was really nice to get a clear vision."
The singer was so inspired that she wrote and created the concept for the "Diane" video. "We worked with a director who's so great at just making the whole thing come together in a really beautiful way," she said of the final product. "It's my story, I want to tell it the way I want to tell it visually. There's not a lot of women on the radio right now and especially a woman talking to another woman, having that be the thing, I felt like it was really important." Read morehere.
Colbert used the occasion to surprise Glover by bringing out Charity Joy Harrison, the ridiculously adorable little Girl Scout who went viral with a video singing his alter ego Childish Gambino's "Redbone" to help hawk her sweet treats.
Harrison, along with her dad, slyly passed Glover an order form for Girl Scout cookies. Seeing that she needed to see 113 boxes to meet her goal, Glover bought 113 boxes of Thin Mints on the spot (what, no Tagalongs?).
Glover, Charity Joy, her dad and Colbert then proceeded to pass out cookies to the studio audience. Hopefully, there's still a few left over for Glover's pals. Watch the video of Glover's Colbert appearancehere.
The vocalists have announced their upcoming album, PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. I, which set for release on April 13. The new full-length will include the group's recently revealed version of Camila Cabello's smash hit, "Havana."
The a capella group has also revealed an extensive slate of tour dates, kicking off July 12 in Salt Lake City, UT. Tickets for will be available to the general public starting Friday, March 9th at 12pm local time. See the tour dateshere.
The track laments the state of the world and is a heavy meditation on our digital culture and the lengths to which young people go to seek approval. But you wouldn't know it from all the kids singing along to the track and seemingly ignoring or misinterpreting the message.
In an interview with NME, Noah explained the genesis of the new track. "The song is mainly about social media," she said. "I believe that with young people today who have been growing up on social media, it gives us a false sense of reality, of who you need to be and what you need to do, what you need to wear and what you need to look like."
Now that Noah has her own recording career, comparisons to her sister Miley (and references to her dad Billy Ray) are inevitable. Noah says she finds them annoying… but they don't annoy her.
"They're annoying but they don't bother me," she said. "They really don't make sense to me, but no, they don't annoy me. I have always been me as my own person so what other people said didn't really bother me. I knew that there would be comparisons and stuff but I didn't let like that get in the way of wanting to make music."
These days she's doing her own thing. Listen to the new trackhere.
First joking that she wanted to plug a few road dates, the comedian explained, "People are wondering why the rush? Why so fast?" during her vows while fighting back happy tears.
"And it's because I truly cannot wait another second to be your wife." Although the couple had only been dating for a couple of months, Amy simply couldn't wait any longer to marry him — and between the pictures and videos she shared, it's easy to see the undeniable love between them. Read morehere.
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