It is so similar, in fact, that the band's members Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass, and Rob Manzoli are credited as co-writers. "The boys did not work with Taylor directly.
Taylor and her team reached out to the guys about using the track and Right Said Fred were happy to oblige, a rep for the band told Fader. "They like what she does and are very pleased with Taylor's interpolation."
Swift's rep clarified: "'Look What You Made Me Do' includes an interpolation of 'I'm Too Sexy' -- it doesn't sample it." Read more and see the tweethere.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the countersuit points to "insurance policy exclusions pertaining to a preexisting psychological condition, possession of illegal drugs, prescription drugs not taken as medically prescribed, and the consumption of alcohol rendering the insured unfit to perform."
In West's original suit, the rapper insisted that he fully cooperated with the insurer's demands for information regarding his mental breakdown that precipitated the tour cancellation, such as submitting to interrogation after checking himself into the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital Center. Read morehere.
It is unclear which of those dates will feature the country superstar. No other artists have been announced for this year's Stagecoach fest, though the event typically announces its full lineup in early September.
Last year's headliners were Dierks Bentley, Shania Twain and Kenny Chesney. Stagecoach is one the few dates Brooks has announced for 2018. Read about thosehere.
Gill commended Young on his recent fundraising efforts for the victims of Hurricane Harvey before delivering the good news. The veteran also joked that Young still owed him money for some session work, but would forgive the debt if the artist would accept the Opry invitation.
An ecstatic Young picked up the "Go High on that Mountain" singer in a big bear hug. To say the singer was thrilled is an understatement. "Oh my god!!!!!!!!!!! I'm gonna be an @opry member!!!!!!!!" he wrote, sharing a photo of the moment. "Thank you @vincegillofficial for surprising me!" See ithere.
Directed by Halsey and Sing J. Lee, the clip features the singer pulling into a gas station in the middle of the desert, where she meets some unlikely new friends.
"Capturing dystopian chic like only she can, our heroine recounts one failed, albeit hot, love after another as her journey twists and turns through a wild wasteland," reads a press release. Check out Halsey's new video, which contains explicit languagehere.
The tour is scheduled to kick off on October 13tj in Monroe, LA and the Monroe Civic Center and rolls across the country before winding up in Knoxville, TN, on April 28.
Dylan Scott will join Moore on the tour as the opening act. Justin Moore is still supporting his most recent full-length, Kinda Don't Care, released in August 2016. See Justin's full run of dateshere.
"Oh, I sobbed. I mean it was so emotional and so perfect," Morris said about the night Hurd proposed. "He's a very thoughtful human being, and I feel like the proposal was just as thoughtful as he always is. So it was perfect."
The "My Church" singer announced her engagement July 9 on Instagram, with a photo of her sitting on Hurd's lap and a gorgeous, custom ring that fit perfectly on Morris' finger.
"I know what she likes and I had somebody in Canada put it together," Hurd said of the engagement ring. "The stone is from New York City, it's from an uncut diamond, and then the rest of it's cast just custom for her. I couldn't just buy something. I had to make it something that fit her." Read morehere.
"I'm so beyond excited because I just received my blue belt in #brazilianjiujitsu!!!!" she wrote. "I fell in love with #BJJ over a year ago and have been training several times a week ever since.. thank you so much to @chilcote.dunn @captainHarlan_ @tarsisbjj for giving me my belt along with one of the most important and special women in my life today @officialdaniellemartin/@trueboundaries – I love you so much and couldn't be more grateful for you. also special shoutout to @jayglazer for flying in to give me my belt as well!!! Love you jay!!!"
Lovato's affection for combat sports runs deep. On Saturday, she sang the National Anthem at the heavily promoted boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. She also dated MMA fighter Guilherme 'Bomba' Vasconcelos. Demi's trainer Jay Glazer shared a message of congratulations in his own Instagram post.
"I'm more proud of the work @ddlovato puts in with nobody watching than i am what she does with the world watching," he wrote. "Congrats on achieving your blue belt today in #bjj, YOU put the grind in!" See photos from Demi's big dayhere.
Maroon 5 previously released "Don't Wanna Know" and "Cold," which features a guest verse from Future. "What Lovers Do" starts with a slow, simple keyboard line that guides the melody. Then, frontman Adam Levine's honey-sweet vocals come in along with a more developed arrangement that evolves from the main theme.
"Tell me, tell me if you love me or not, love me or not, love me or not," Levine sings. "I bet the house on you, am I lucky or not, lucky or not, lucky or not?"
SZA enters after the falsetto chorus with a brief, sultry performance then rejoins later for another verse and some backup vocals as Levine tries "to do what lovers do." Check out the new songhere.
YouTube user Red Rhythm is behind this imaginative new version, which maintains the video's sound effects and Jackson's vocals while removing all traces of music.
The results are still surprisingly effective, particularly during the famous zombie dance sequence. Watch the music-free version of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and enjoy the original videohere.
"Here we thought we had hastily spit out a song that sounded like a fun 'hit' song that girls would want to hear and went about our day. A few days later when I listened back I heard something different," he writes about the song from the band's new album, Happy Endings. "When I called Ross and Brad, I was happy to find they had the same experience. Underneath the candy-coated melody and popping production of the demo was a surprising message of female empowerment."
Ramsey goes on to explain how the song's music video director, Steve Condon, "wanted to make a video that showcased all types of strong women. We hadn't discussed the meaning of this song at all with him, he just gets us. He is also a father of daughters. The fact that, without any previous discussion, Steve heard the message clear enough to spark an idea like this cemented my confidence in this song." Read morehere.
He said, 'It takes tears, sweat, blood, five CCs/ Because I know what a kid in apartment 5C see/ Heaven knows all I had was hella hope/ Speed dating with destiny, I couldn't tell her no."
The inspirational rap is patient and deliberate, so that the listener doesn't miss a word of the encouragement not to give up, but Dream. On. The "Dream. On." clip will play at the beginning of his set at the Made in America festival, which takes place this weekend, September 2nd and 3rd, in Philadelphia.
J. Cole, Solange, the Chainsmokers and Migos are also scheduled to perform. Check out the videohere.
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