Moore was famous for her television roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show and of course The Mary Tyler More Show. She also appeared in many films such as Thoroughly Modern Millie and 1980's Ordinary People, which garnered her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.
Artists from across genres took to social media to share their thoughts on her passing. Britney Spears tweeted, "So strong, so courageous and so beautiful. Rest In Peace, Mary Tyler Moore."
Harry Connick Jr wrote, "i never met mary tyler moore, but i loved her from afar - for her talent and, most importantly, for the trails she blazed for women." Read more tributeshere.
Both artists tweeted a short preview of the clip Wednesday afternoon, and also let fans know that the full video would be dropping this Friday, January 27th at the stroke of midnight.
The short video finds Zayn stepping out of a car into a rainy evening, Swift writing on a bed, and Malik destroying what appears to be a room service tray. Check out previewhere.
Gaga was on hand to serenade Bennett for his 90th birthday party and now it looks as though he'll return the favor in his own way. Although he won't be appearing in person, Bennett will introduce Gaga in a 10-second video leading up to her performance.
"In the 10 seconds before the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show, the brand will countdown to Lady Gaga's epic performance with an unforgettable lead-in featuring legendary singer Tony Bennett. PepsiCo's Creators League Studio produced the lead-in," the company said in a press release. Read morehere.
Louis Tomlinson and Steve Aoki brought their EDM-tinged pop track to Jimmy Fallon's late night television program's studio with strobe lights and synthesizers.
The appearance marks Tomlinson's return to America as a solo act, following the disbandment of One Direction last year. Watch Tomlinson and Aoki's sethere.
The band had previously announced some U.S. dates including a two night stand at Agua Caliente in Palm Springs on March 17th and 18th. They have now added two new dates in Texas, as well as one offs in Hollywood, Fl and Atlanta.
They will head to South America in late March to take part in the Lollapalooza festivals taking place in Brazil, Argentina and Chili. They will also be playing a headline show in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Read morehere.
McEntire worked with director Mason Dixon for the video, and shot much of it in Nashville. The video cuts back and forth between different mourners catching one another's eye at Mount Olivet Cemetery, and McEntire singing her verses while walking the pews at Tulip Street United Methodist Church. No matter the losses the video's characters have experienced, they each turn to God to find strength.
"I've been asked a lot lately about why now was the right time to release this song," McEntire explained in a press release. "I think it is always the right time to give it back to Him because we seem to mess things up on our own. We all need to just love each other more unconditionally, without judgement, because we can't do this on our own." Watch the videohere.
Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Kaskade, Zedd will perform residencies and other engagements throughout 2017. That includes venues like Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, Hakkasan Nightclub and Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand and JEWEL Nightclub at Aria Resort & Casino.
In addition, Steve Aoki, Afrojack and other artists from years past have renewed their contracts with Hakkasan. "We have seen our residents grow and thrive here in Las Vegas and through our expansive roster of talent we are able to provide guests with the most extraordinary entertainment experience possible across all of our venues," said the group's vice president of entertainment James Algate. Read morehere.
"For Her" has now reached #1 on the iTunes Top Country Songs chart, and GIRL PROBLEMS sits proudly at #2 on the Top Country Albums list. New fans are rushing to check out the high-flying singer who serenaded The Bachelor star Nick Viall and contestant Danielle L. during a romantic one-on-one date in Viall's hometown of Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A self-described "diehard fan" of the long-running show, Lane's intimate performance of the devoted "For Her" - delivered as his special guests slow-danced in the middle of a packed theater - was the perfect tune for the moment, a hearts-on-fire confession of just how far a man will go for true love..
City Drive produced Brad Paisley ? Landmarks Live in Concert at West Virginia University as part of the series on September 9, 2016. The episode will air January 27 on PBS as a special presentation of "Great Performances." Daniel E Catullo III, CEO of City Drive Films, is creator, director and executive producer.
"Working on Landmarks with Dan and the City Drive team to create a new series which focuses on the stories, not just the performances, is something that I'm truly excited about," says Chad Smith. "'Landmarks' is a real collaboration between a unique creative team and artists which will certainly change how music shows are approached".
Hunt has created his own space in the country music scene with his fresh version of the talk-singing swag of some of the old country classics. Bringing his R&B flow and vibey production to the radio has opened up a whole new audience of listeners to country music.
Hunt's summer tour opens June 1 in Cleveland, Ohio and runs through July 29 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Nothing is scheduled for August, but Hunt will resume his tour in September with three more dates. The last scheduled show is September 16 in Washington, Virginia. See the confirmed tour dates for Sam Hunthere.
The Bey-inspired artwork was created by Joe Quinones and will grace the cover of the second issue of America, which stars the comic heroine America Chavez.
Chavez made appearances in Young Avengers, Ultimates and A-Force. According to Refinery 29, who spoke with the series' writer and editor, the first issue hits stands in March. Check out the full Beyonce-inspired coverhere.
It's been a busy year for Keef already. He released his Two Zero One Seven mixtape on New Year's Day and has a second tape Thot Breaker scheduled for February 14th.
The run kicks off on January 28th in New Orleans at Studio 223 and will be wrapping up on February 25th at OTR Live in Cincinnati. Check out Keef's' full tour itineraryhere.
French wears a white ski mask and drinks red wine, while Diddy keeps his sunglasses on. At one point he removes them and rubs his eyes. "I can't feel my face," he sings on the track.
Shot in black and white, the plane moments contrast clips of a live show where everything is in color and going wild. "Cocaine on the table, I wasn't always able/ I watch these n—– get rich all in these f—in' fables," Diddy raps in his verse. Watch ithere.
Madonna issued a statement through her publicist, denying the report. "I am in Malawi to check on the children's hospital in Blantyre and my other work with [charity] Raising Malawi, and then heading home," she told The Guardian.
"The rumors of an adoption process are untrue." Madonna's charity Raising Malawi is building the country's first pediatric hospital.In addition to her two biological children, Lourdes Leon and Rocco Ritchie, Madonna has two adopted children from Malawi. Read morehere.
"A lot has happened," he says. "By now, everyone knows the story turned out okay for me. But the truth is there's always temptation, there's always something - whether it's work or substances or gambling or whatever - that can pull you off the path. For me, thankfully, I got through it, got the girl back, got to keep my career moving. Anyone who knows me knows that every album is another chapter of my life."
His songs are always relatable: "Even though it's my life, even though some of what I write about is very specific to what happens to me, I think the challenges, the places where we figure things out are all the same - no matter what we're facing, realizations all mean the same things." Read morehere.
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