On that show, Wilson made her way onstage where Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson all sat chatting with Ellen. Wilson proceeded to sit next to Styles before she leaned over to hug him and then turned that hug into something…more. "I got accused of sexually assaulting Harry Styles," Wilson told Ellen when she appeared on the show today (February 18th).
Wilson said "these little girls, I think they were about 12, were very, very unhappy with that." When Wilson tried to mollify the situation on Twitter, she just made things worse. "Basically, we're just like two professional entertainers having a good time," she said. "And he really enjoyed it. I told [the girls] that on Twitter and then, they just sent me more death threats."
When Ellen asked if the two had been in touch since the "incident," Wilson admitted there had "been no further action." Read the original reporthere.
The singer-songwriter kept singing, though, as he rested with one leg on the stage and his body on what was either a fan or a barricade. He didn't stay in that position too long before a crew member came from stage and pulled him back up.
While Rhett stood up with a smile on his face, he did post on Instagram later that night that he had to seek some medical attention. "Thomas Rhett fell off the stage into us and I literally have never fan girled so hard https://t.co/2pKnEzUA5y- Jamie Migliaccio (@jamiemig) February 20, 2016" Read the original reporthere.
Both albums feature childhood photos of their lead artists, superimposed with tattoos they'd accumulate later in life. Malik waded into the controversy on Twitter with a series of messages:
"I'm not tryna be no rapper, my album is me a child .. My ideas have been with me a long time," he tweeted. "Use your brain, appreciate art don't discriminate what you don't understand." Read the original reporthere.
Gomez filmed herself singing along to Lil Wayne's track "Single," and hilariously responding to all of the lyrics Wayne shares about his girl. When he raps, "She hate it when I do that s-," Gomez says in a no-nonsense voice, "I did!"
And when he raps, "And when I get home she goes through my s-," she exclaims, "I sure did go through that motherf--'s s-!" Gomez finishes off the video post by shouting at the end, "I'm single!"
When her fans started talking about the connection to Bieber, Gomez fired back. "Thats (sic) a joke. I was singing back to Lil Wayne. My life isn't about my ex," she wrote in a comment (via Seventeen Magazine). She followed up that retort with another: "I want to delete my Instagram. There's no drama. Everyone else creates drama. Including this post."
Although it looks like Gomez has since removed the video that led to the comments, @SelenaGomezNews captured the video before it disappeared forever, and shared it via Twitter on Thursday, February 25th. Check it outhere.
West expressed unhappiness with the direction of his set and mentioned the recent media scuffle with Taylor Swift over the lyrics to his track "Famous." "Look at that s-, they took my f-ing stage off a SNL without asking me. Now I'm bummed. That and Taylor Swift, fake ass," he's heard saying in the leaked audio.
"Now I ain't gonna do this, we're breaking the motherf-ing internet. I went through six years of this f-ing sh-. Let's get to it, bro. Let's get to it, bro." Read the original reporthere.
"I cried pretty much all day yesterday," Adele told Ellen Degeneres. "I don't feel like it could go that much worse than the GRAMMYs, though. So I feel like I'm alright now. Anything that happens, dust it off." she said.
"Next time I have any sound issues I am gonna stop. I'll be like, sorry that's not working for me. If we have time to do it again, let's do it. Otherwise, bye!" Read the original reporthere.
Rory Feek shared videos and photos of the day via social media, brining fans into their "dream come true." Last week, Rory posted their party plans on his This Life I Live blog, revealing that Indy would be having a Gruffalo-themed bash.
"Our plan is to put streamers up around Joey's bed and move Indiana's high-chair in beside her, so Joey can be part of it," he wrote. "So she can watch our little-one eat her cupcake and rip the wrapping paper off her gifts. But Joey is very fragile right now, and so with all of these plans we have, we will need to adjust for what my wife needs."
But it looks from the post that Indy got some Mama time on her birthday. Check it outhere.
"She has the career that we all strive to have," she added. "She does it all, she does it all well, and on top of that I think she's probably one of the nicest people I think I've ever met in this business.
"So, I'm going to try my best right now not to screw up one of her classic songs, and everybody and their dog knows this song, so you guys feel free to sing along with me."
Watch Underwood sing Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You", which was performed by Whitney Houston for the Bodyguard soundtrack,here.
Entertainment Weekly reports singers Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick are in the studio working on new music. Kirkpatrick tweeted a photo of Fatone in the recording booth with the caption, "Back in the studio with this guy. The studio looks a bit familiar as well."
Joey Fatone replied to the tweet and gave a little bit of information about what they were working on. "And yes we are in the studio for a song ' Will fill u in when the time is right :)"
The tweets have got people wondering if the boy band plans to finally reunite after their 14-ear hiatus or if this is the beginning of building buzz for a side project the pair have going on. Read more and see the photohere.
Taylor Swift's move to pop from country paid off in a big way with Swift taking home the top honor of the evening with her "1989" album winning Album Of The Year. The title also won the Best Pop Vocal Album award.
The Record of the Year Grammy went to "Uptown Funk" from Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars). The track also won the Grammy for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
Ed Sheeran was also a big winner at the event with his song "Thinking Out Loud" winning the Grammys for Best Song as well as Best Pop Solo Performance honor.
Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town dominated the country music categories with Stapleton winning the Best Country Album award with Traveller and also the Best Country Solo Performance for the title track. Read the original reporthere.
While the band doesn't yet have a name, sources told Billboard that they're ahead of the curve in many respects. Not only do they already have a manager (Green Day's Pat Magnarella), but they've also completed a full album and are in the process of shopping around for a label.
No Doubt last toured with lead singer Gwen Stefani in 2015, but following those dates Stefani separated herself from the group by finding new management and focusing on her solo career. Read the original reporthere.
Derulo apparently cut his leg while showing off his dance moves at a post-concert party at Le Loft Metropolis nightclub in Paris last night, and had to receive urgent medical treatment from French doctors.
Jason's girlfriend, Daphne Joy, shared pictures on her Snapchat account of Derulo lying in bed while being given stitches by several medical personnel. Read the original reporthere.
The group was famous for their many hits including "Shining Star", "That's the Way of the World," "Devotion," "Reasons," "Sing a Song," "Can't Hide Love," and "September."
White was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in the early '90s, and stopped touring with the band in 1994. Earth, Wind & Fire was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and are set to be honored with a lifetime achievement award at the GRAMMY Awards. Read the original reporthere.
"Look, we know what happened here, in the sense that unfortunately we still rely on systems, and there was a system error. But I don't think it hurt it at all," Grace Kim, TIDAL's director of Marketing, told SPIN. She later clarified the comment, saying she was referring to an error by the album's distributor--Universal Music Group (UMG).
An anonymous UMG executive bristled at Kim's suggestion in an interview with Billboard. "This whole thing is absurd, we would have taken responsibility if it were our error," one anonymous UMG executive told Billboard. "Instead of having their flack flail around trying to revise their own media spin, maybe they should just focus on serving Rihanna -- that's what we're focused on." Read the original reporthere.
Coldplay will play this year's halftime show and Marin spoke with Anthony Mason of CBS Sunday Morning about the challenges the prestigious gig holds.
"I love the whole concept of trying to present your entire musical life in twelve and a half minutes, it's a great challenge," said the singer. "After fifteen years of the band we've possibly got eleven good minutes, he laughs, "so we have some special guests, and they'll cover the rest." Watch ithere.
After being hired to perform several songs at Detroit's Club Bleu last Thursday, the venue's promoter, Mitchell Jaworski, claimed that Timbaland refused to perform because he asked to have Armand de Brignac ("Ace of Spades") champagne and was, instead, served Dom Perignon.
"They had about 15 bottles of liquor and champagne, which is extremely excessive especially for a charity event," Jaworski told the Daily News. "They seemed more concerned about getting every drop of liquor."
After the contract calling for a performance was shown to management, Timbaland took a position behind the DJ booth and bobbed his head to the music for thirty minutes. He "just stood there in defiance," reports the NY Daily News.
But, according to Timbaland's camp, that was not the case. "Unfortunately, the statement made by the promoter in Detroit is simply not true," Timbaland's rep tells Billboard. Read the original reporthere.
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