According to London tabloid, The Sun, the two were hanging out with James Blunt at a party at the Royal Lodge in Windsor earlier this month when Blunt asked Beatrice to "knight" him. The Princess allegedly picked up a ceremonial sword and accidentally slashed Sheeran who was standing behind her.
Following the accident, Sheeran reportedly received stitches. The singer's reps have not confirmed or denied the reports and Sheeran is currently taking a break from social media.
But those Twitter photos confirm something happened to Sheeran's cheek and it doesn't look like a shaving accident. Check out the photoshere.
While stopping by The Nine Club podcast, he shared that his new project Funeral was on its way, although he didn't have a release date yet. Besides announcing that new project, Lil Wayne promised there's lots more to come in 2017.
"I have a whole bunch of good news coming soon. If you are a Wayne fan–I know we've been going through a lot of tough times right now–but if you a Wayne fan we're about to hold our heads high," he said. Read more and check out the full interviewhere.
Things can get a little hectic on Black Friday, especially for those in charge of distributing caffeine, which is why Millie's musical Starbucks drive-thru order probably came at the perfect time.
The 12-year-old's Adele-inspired performance couldn't have been more opposite of her nearly-mute character, Eleven. Watch as Millie says 'hello from the upside down," and belts out her venti latte and caramel frappuccino order to the tune of 'Hello." See the cliphere.
The country star will be performing on ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday (Nov. 30), NBC's The Tonight Show on December 1st and Late Night on Dec. 7th and finally CBS' The Talk on December 5th.
A Very Kacey Christmas features special guest appearances from Leon Bridges, Willie Nelson as well as The Quebe Sisters. Read morehere.
Speaking with Sunday People during a red carpet event in Los Angeles, Horan said of the boy band, "We will back. We would be silly not to' ridiculous."
He wouldn't give specifics about when fans can look forward to new music from One Direction, though. The boys are all staying busy with their separate projects, and it sounds like that could last a while.
"At the moment we are all doing our own thing," he said. "Harry [Styles] wanted to do his movie and everyone is just chilling." Besides Styles' growing interest in acting, he also signed a deal with Columbia Records to make a solo album. Read morehere.
Zimmer has announced three U.S. dates including the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on April 14, The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on April 19 and The Park Theater in Las Vegas on April 21.
We were sent these details and comments: The concerts will be in two parts: the first being some of Zimmer's classic movie scores including Gladiator, The Lion King and Pirates Of The Caribbean, and the second featuring re-imagined versions of some classic scores such as The Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception with special guests from the rock and pop world. Read morehere.
Manchester had the following to say about the new song, "The overall theme of 'Let There Be More Light' is that everyone can be a source of light - that is, a person of reason, compassion and understanding who makes a choice to do a good deed, a 'mitzvah,' every day, not just at holiday time.
"Everyone knows 'Feliz Navidad' by Jose Feliciano. It's wonderfully simple, hummable and delightfully repetitive. I wanted to write a song as simple as that to celebrate Chanukah."
The new video was directly by Paul Gervasi (Cherri Future) and features the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale, the students of Wise School and members of the ULV A Cappella Barbershop Club, the Citrus Singers and the Blue Note Orchestra. Watch ithere.
Matthews performed "Samurai Cop," which the Dave Matthews Band have been performing live while touring this year, along with a brand new song called "Billijo."
Before beginning the quiet song, Matthews shared his experience visiting Standing Rock. "The whole experience at the camp exploded my brain and I don't know what to do about it," he said.
"A cold wind blows over North Dakota/ Billijo says 'This is my fire/ Come warm yourself by my fire,'" Matthews sings in the quiet opening, which earns cheers and applause from the reverent crowd. An audience member captured the song's debut, watch ithere.
And now it's been announced that Kendrick will perform during Miami's annual Art Basel festival. The rapper will perform with visual artist Shantell Martin for a "memorable experience" at the contemporary art Mecca.
According to Billboard, Martin will sketch an image while Lamar performs a handful of songs for the crowd. Under the banner of AmEx's "Music Meets Art" campaign. Read morehere.
According to an Instagram post by Rhymefest, who co-wrote West's "Jesus Walks," the songwriter intends to turn the home into a "community arts incubator," where local musicians can record their music and host concerts.
"I'm excited to announce the purchase of Kanye's childhood home as a community Arts incubator," Rhymefest captions on Instagram with a photo of the home. "It will be the first of our Nationwide Lite-Houses.
"A state of the art recording studio, a curriculum space for @dondashouse and southside music museum. We want to show bright spots in communities that've been divested from, we know more Lights exist here, they just need to be activated. Please click the link in my bio & Donate to Donda's House, support our efforts to support our youth." Read morehere.
However, when deadmau5 revealed the release date of the album last month, one fan responded on Twitter that he hopes the tracks are "more relaxed instead of getting seizures from light shows." And judging from deadmau5's response, it looks like the follow-up album to W:/2016ALBUM/ will make the tweeter happy.
"I'm actually considering writing a new album this next 2 months off of just that… I think I already have a title in mind," deadmau5 responded. Listen to the previewhere.
"Middle of the winter I pull up in a vert/ It's the middle of December she pulled up in a skirt," he raps. "Santa Claus of the hood I pull up with the work/ They call me East Atlanta Santa run up on me get murked/ I'm just trappin' through the snow/ Sellin' nine half a bricks in four ways."
It's a kind of origin story for the "East Atlanta Santa" Gucci rapped about in 2014, and references the success of Free Bricks 2, his 2016 project with Future. Listen to "St. Brick Intro"here.
The heartbreaking song is based on RaeLynn's own experience of dealing with her parents' divorce. She was three years old at the time when they split up. "I grew up being that kid who was relaying information back and forth, walking on eggshells, knowing that when I'm with my dad I can't talk with my mom because it would trigger things.
"As I got older, I realized that I shouldn't have had to worry about that when I was 6 years old. I should have been playing with Barbies and having a good time. Instead, I was waiting with my little white suitcase that had Minnie Mouse on the front for my dad to come and pick me up."¯
Ironically, the drama between her parents almost prevented the song from being written. Read morehere.
The couple posed for some pictures alongside Joe's brother and former bandmate Nick. Later in the evening, the brothers mugged it up for the camera, cigars in hand.
During a visit to LIVE! With Kelly on November 23, Jonas shared his holiday plans with the host. "Tomorrow everybody flies in together,"¯ he said. 'We're going to pick our parents up and go skiing in Mammoth." Later, Turner posted a photo of herself and her friend also in Mammoth skiing. See the photoshere.
In between cooking, singing Disney songs and playing football on the beach near her home in Rhode Island, Swift and her guests took a moment to participate in the national trend involving Rae Sremmurd's single "Black Beatles."
Swift enlisted models Martha Hunt and Lily Donaldson, her brother Austin, Broadway performer Todrick, as well as Leah McCarthy and Dr. Jari. Each one held their model-like pose until the camera pulled back to gather them all in the frame. Then they all broke their stances and started busting a move. Read morehere.
New years 2015 visiting Canada. I had been raging for three days with my Toronto Burning Man crew. A woman I hadn't seen in three years showed up on the last morning for our daily morning ritual of high test Mimosas. We had dated years ago and overall the relationship was a tumultuous flame out of drama and misery for both of us. I guess because I was so exhausted from no sleep for three days my defenses were down. Because of this we reconnected. We retired to the room where I was staying to sleep. I couldn't sleep due the side effects of the parting. I remember watching her sleep though, how peaceful and beautiful she was. They lyrics of this song came into my head and I wrote them down.
I had been working on the basic sketches of the album for a few months prior. I returned to my home in Utah. I live in a 240 sq. foot tiny house modeled after a Victorian train car on a remote ranch. I then proceeded to hole up for 60 days straight and wrote the bulk of the album. It was the depths of winter and the area was mostly inaccessible. It was a wonderful experience.
I played versions of the track at different festivals and clubs while I was mixing. It sort of divided people. Some loved the vocals, some hated them. There was very little in between. In the end I included it on the album despite the polar reactions because when I hear it, I remember that morning in a flat a world away where I shared a very special moment with a very special person.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
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