The 42-year-old looks stunning and if she's promoting a new album, the much delayed Double Dutchess, it will be her first full-length in over 10 years. Her last record, her solo debut, Dutchess, was released in 2006.
In May, Fergie announced that she had left Interscope Records to form her own label, Dutchess Music. She's been teasing brief video clips since then, and also thanking fans for their patience.
While no announcement on her forthcoming project has been revealed, one thing fans can count on is Fergie keeping them intrigued with memorable videos and images. Check those outhere.
Bieber revealed his prediction during a workout at Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles. "I think it'll be a good fight," he said after making the reveal that he doesn't think the bout will end with a KO.
The singer also took a moment to remind fans that he has a new song, "Friends," set to debut this Thursday, August 17. Bieber and Mayweather have been friends for years. Read morehere.
"You record songs, you put 'em on a record. You know, people think it stops there. Even when it's on the radio, that's really between the listener and their life," Chesney explained. "But when you have people in your life like No Shoes Nation, I've come to believe, we figure out what these songs really mean when we get out there on the road and sing 'em together!"
"So as I was listening to some of these tapes, I decided: they're as much the people who've been coming out to the shows as anybody's! I shouldn't be the only one listening - and that sent me down a tube into all these summers out there rocking," Chesney added. "When I told the record company how many songs, they thought I'd lost my mind' And that was before we added 'Young,' which really started and defined this chapter, to the list!"
The album is a collection of Chesney's biggest hits as well as more obscure gems, and features a litany of special guests who've joined him onstage over the years, including Eric Church, Mac McAnally, David Lee Murphy, Old Dominion, Grace Potter, Taylor Swift and the Zac Brown Band. Read more and see the full tracklist and special guestshere.
"I'm very thankful to the Michigan audience for joining me in supporting this cause," Mars said. "Ongoing challenges remain years later for Flint residents, and it's important that we don't forget our brothers and sisters affected by this disaster.
"As people, especially as Americans, we need to stand together to make sure something like this never happens in any community ever again." Read morehere.
"Someone needs to talk you through why you're feeling these feelings." While JAY-Z urged anyone feeling depressed, anxious, angry or suicidal to find a good psychiatrist, he admitted that there's a stigma in the African-American community about therapists.
'We can't go to get therapists," he said, expressing the attitude of many who need help. 'You crazy at that point. It's like, 'A psychiatrist? You crazy.'" Read morehere.
The tour opens in Philadelphia at the Skyline Stage at the Mann on September 30, and the trek will be wrapping up on November 22nd in Seattle at the WaMu Theater.
Among the dates includes an appearance at Tyler, the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles on October 29 alongside Solange, Lana Del Rey, Jaden & Willow Smith, Vince Staples, and more. See the dateshere.
Rhett will serve alongside fellow singer Jordin Sparks, model Molly Sims and PEOPLE Editor-in-Chief, Jess Cagle."See y'all on 9/10!" Rhett announced on his Twitter page Tuesday (August 15), in reference to the live show's air date of September 10, 2017.
It's been an eventful week for the singer, as his wife Lauren just gave birth to the couple's second child, Ada James. Check out the official tweets about Miss Americahere.
"My favorite thing is playing for y'all," Shelton said on the social posts, including the sepia-toned cover art featuring the singer holding up an acoustic guitar.
The EP was recorded during his surprise pop-up show that happened during the CMA Music Festival in Nashville over the summer.
Shelton also used social media to post a quick clip of the release's opening track, "All About Tonight." Watch it and check out the tracklisting for Blake's new EPhere.
The show's highest honor, P!nk is receiving the award for her "trailblazing impact on music, pop culture, fashion and philanthropy," according to an MTV press release.
In addition to the award, the singer will perform live during the show. The performance will include her new single, "What About Us," as well as "some surprises," per the press release. Read morehere.
According to Foodbeast, the saga began after McDonald's capitalized on the Rick and Morty attention by giving away three bottles of the treasured and discontinued elixir via a Periscope live stream that was broadcast on Twitter.
One of those three winners, WWG writer Robert Workman, put his 64 oz. bottle of Szechuan sauce on eBay for charity, with 10 percent of the proceeds originally slated for Extra Life, a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising program. Workman later updated the charity angle, setting aside 25 percent of the final bid for at least five different charities.
After the highest bidder flaked on making the purchase, Workman offered the half-gallon jug of the coveted sauce to the second-place bidder, who turned out to be none other than Joel Zimmerman, better known as DJ/producer Deadmau5.
Deadmau5 took to Twitter to let Workman know that he was more than happy to pony up the $15,000 for the sauce once he was finished getting married to his girlfriend, Kelly "Grill" Fedoni. The couple tied the knot this past Saturday, August 12. It appears that the deal went through, check out the photographic evidencehere.
"Every night on tour when we start playing 'When It Rains It Pours,' you can feel the fans kick it up a notch," Combs explained in a press release.
"It's just a fun song and I always think 'Damn, I kinda wanna be this guy in the song. He's got it figured out.' So for the video, I convinced my buddies to meet me in Charleston, we traced the footsteps of the song for two days at the beach and somehow they let us film it as an official music video. I hope the fans have as much fun watching this as we had making it."
Watch the video below. Read morehere.
"That's a song that means so much to me," Khalid told 92.3 AMP Radio. "And it's one of my favorite songs I've ever written because it's so personal and it's about accepting loneliness and using that to your advantage and becoming creative and expressing yourself. You know, finding peace in violence."
"He's an amazing person so I'm so proud of everything that he's going through right now, Khalid said of Marshmello. "He's on top of the world and he's gonna continue killin' it."
Khalid has been nominated for Best New Artist at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards alongside Kodak Black, SZA, Young M.A, Julia Michaels, and Noah Cyrus. Read about that and check out the full interviewhere.
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