First off, The Witness declined to join the public nudity. '[Orlando] asked me if I wanted to be [naked] and I was like, 'ah no''" she told an Australian radio interviewer. 'You know when you're dating someone sometimes, it's exciting to be like, 'Oh, should we try and make out over here in this place' or what have you, and I was just not in the mood. I saved it for the boat."
Bloom, however, took a more exhibitionist approach. 'He wanted to show off for the people on the shore," Perry recalls. 'He thought it was funny!" Perry added that Bloom was in the dark about the splash the revealing photos made online. 'Oh oh, it was so funny because I was explaining Twitter and social media to him for weeks because he had taken a break and then all of a sudden he was, like, trending number one on Twitter." Read morehere.
In actuality, Sheeran was using a loop pedal, which allowed one guitar segment to repeat while he played another one and it's a process he has used for a long time, but apparently, not everyone knows that.
"Think it would have given a better atmosphere if Ed Sheeran had employed a band instead of a backing track?" one festivalgoer wrote on Twitter. Hours later, Sheeran clarified the situation on social media. "Never thought I'd have to explain it, but everything I do in my live show is live, it's a loop station, not a backing track," he wrote, before adding that he had a great night. Read morehere.
Wallace took to social media to post a photo of the t-shirt with a large red X over the image. The photo also included the phrases, "This product has no affiliation to the Notorious B.I.G. Estate" and "The Estate was never contacted about using the likeness of Biggie."
As a caption, Wallace wrote, "I am not sure who told @kyliejenner and @kendalljenner that they had the right to do this. The disrespect of these girls to not even reach out to me or anyone connected to the estate baffles me. I have no idea why they feel they can exploit the deaths of 2pac and my Son Christopher to sell a t-shirt. This is disrespectful, disgusting, and exploitation at its worst!!!" Check out the posthere.
Spears thanked the reporter for asking the question, before giving the following response. "It's really funny: A lot of people think I don't sing live… Because I'm dancing so much, I do have a little bit of playback, but there's a mixture of my voice and the playback," Spears said.
"It really pisses me off because I'm busting my ass out there and singing at the same time and nobody ever gives me credit for it, you know?" Check out the full cliphere.
The site issued a report that the names maybe Rumi and Sir Carter, after the celebrity couple's company filed legal documents to secure the rights to those names.
These trademarks could be used for fragrances, cosmetics and a variety of other items. Essentially, if Rumi and Sir are the twins' names, they are about to contribute to the Carter empire. Read morehere.
"For the first time, I've caught myself up to real time," Rey explained. "And now, I'm at this place where I feel like I'm really present, and when I'm reading the news, I'm really reading it, whereas before I was a little bit in my own head.
"So, there's definitely been a feeling of freedom and lightness being in the present moment. That brings on that lust for life feeling, when you don't have all of those feelings about the past weighing you down." Read morehere.
A mustachioed Jimmy Fallon introduced the band, who appeared onstage wearing sparkly sequined shirts and launched into a lively performance--true to the song's unplugged heart.
Haim's North American tour kicks off this September in Seattle, Washington--they will certainly spend the next few months promoting "Want You Back" and more tracks from their album Something to Tell You, which drops next Friday. Watch the performancehere.
Mars was accompanied by a six-piece band that included an electric guitar, trombone, trumpet, and sax. The musicians worked some choreography into their instrumentals, shifting from side to side in perfect unison with Mars.
Bruno, underwhelmed by the crowd's reaction, paused the performance to encourage more audience participation. "This the BET Awards!" he said. "This supposed to be the loudest party of the year."
He then gave the crowd another shot to join the party and resumed his set. During his second try, he noticed someone in the crowd recording the performance with an iPhone. Once again, Mars stopped the music. "You can't film and dance at the same time!" "You know they filming--you can watch it at home. It's for your Instagram, right?" Read morehere.
The first of the final 20 races to determine the 2017 Series Champion will air this today, July 1 from Daytona International Speedway. The promotional clip also features twenty of the motorsport's most popular drivers including Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch and Joey Logano.
"We are excited Blake is back this season to kick off our 2017 NASCAR coverage. He resonates well with both the avid NASCAR fan and casual viewer," said Tripp Dixon VP and Creative Director at NBC Sports Group. "This year's show open focuses on the drivers that make this sport shine, and highlights moments with them interacting with their families, crews, and fans." Check out the new spothere.
Minaj quickly shared the gift with her fans hashtagging, #ProudQueensGirl.The award was bestowed on the Minaj for Outstanding Career Achievements in Music.
The inscription on the plaque reads the singer's real name, Onika Tanya Maraj. Minaj shares the honor of receiving a key from her hometown with other artists including Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar who were given keys to Compton, Mac Miller from Pittsburgh, Drake from Toronto, Fetty Wap from Patterson, N.J., Diddy from Chicago and the list goes on. See Minaj's keyhere.
Last Monday night (June 26) on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon challenged Pharrell to a battle called "Name that Song," with music performed by the program's house band, one instrument at a time.
The two celebrities competed to see who could name songs by artists including Justin Bieber, Simple Minds, Oasis and others. You might be surprised by the results. Watch "Name That Song"here.
He took a photo of everything he said he would need for this "experience," which includes a book about flying, a camera, notepad, guitar tuner and an old fashioned typewriter.
As a caption, Bentley wrote, "amazing how much you can do with the iphone but equally amazing what an addictive little device it is. it sometimes feels like the never ending blitzkrieg of news, info, etc is sucking any intelligent thought out of my brain…and there isn't too much in there to begin with! thinking the typewriter might be a little over the top…let you know you it goes…………" Check out the posthere.
Kendrick appeared without a mask, rapping in front of a giant window with flames behind it. The effect coops the rappers up in a dark, sexy mansion while the world burns.
Future and Kendrick met in a black ring of fire to finish the track, getting one of the most enthusiastic crowd reactions of the night. Fans on social media concurred: "Kendrick is forever fire," one Twitter user wrote. Another said, "Everything's better with Kendrick." See the tweetshere.
When she unveiled the new ink on Instagram, Paris wrote, 'with every step I take, you lift my foot and guide me forward. love you." Teen Vogue reports that the design is a tribute to her late father, King of Pop Michael Jackson.
'Applehead" was reportedly a nickname he gave her as a child. Some of Paris' other tattoos celebrate Michael's memory, including her first: The words 'Queen of My Heart" in the Thriller icon's handwriting.
Tattoo artist Justin Lewis shared a close-up image of the tat, writing 'I had a amazing time seeing ya today lil sis. Lots of love and light." Check out Paris' latest tattoohere.
They appear in a top-secret training facility to give players some pointers on celebrating points. 'Guys, we've seen a lot of plays from you today, but your handshakes'" he lamented.
Ferrell's character, also a coach, takes a blunter approach. 'Your handshakes aren't worth dog crap! If you score and your handshake sucks, we will trade you."
From there, Drake and the SNL alumnus demonstrate some tricks of the trade: 'The Jenga," 'The Gossip Queen," 'The Prom," and 'The Black Dad." Watch the hilarious sketchhere.
"Happy Anniversary Babygirl. Eleven years and you still feel like my girlfriend!!!" the country music star captioned the social media a photo of Kidman hugging his neck.
Kidman also shared her love for the country crooner on Facebook. The actress posted a photo of their wedding day writing, "11 years of love that I thank God for every day. I love you Keith Lionel more and more. Happy anniversary." Read morehere.
"The question I ask everybody is 'tell me one thing he did good and one thing he could have done better.' It gets interesting immediately," Grammer told Fresh 102.7. "You can tell in their eyes right off the bat if they had a good dad, a crappy dad, or a reasonable dad."
While taking countless stories about strangers' fathers into account, Grammer already bears a resemblance to a particular dad: his own. "My dad is a children's singer, his name is Red Grammer. He's literally one of the happiest people on the planet," Grammer continued. Read morehere.
A fan video captured the moment, where Bryan takes immense pleasure in teasing the lucky (or unlucky?) fan. When a new text message popped up, reading "Do you want a drink?" the country singer grins and texts back "Chill your broke a– out."
The crowd and Bryan were loving this interaction, so he waited for the person to respond back, which they did with all emojis. "Oh, he cool, he cool, we good," the singer remarked. "Hold on let me get back to Safari. Can I go through your photos too? No, I'm just playin'!" Watch the comical moment in the videohere.
This doesn't mean he put on an old Rolling Stones or Sam Cooke record. He instead went way back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries for some real classic music.
The pop star posted a video of himself on social media rocking out to a Beethoven tune on the piano this past Tuesday afternoon. Watch the video that he sharedhere.
The publication put Rihanna on the list because she 'approaches social media with the same aplomb and fearlessness that has become her trademark across music, fashion and culture." The artist is also not afraid to shut down haters with her social media accounts.
Chance the Rapper was tagged for the list because 'he didn't need a record deal to become a hip-hop superstar, that's thanks largely to his mastery of the internet, both as a distribution method (all three of his mixtapes have been streaming only) and as a tool to build meaningful relationships with his young fans." Read morehere.
The pop star spoke to the classroom about how when teachers have access to classroom supplies and can pay for projects, it "makes it easier for kids to learn," according to AdWeek.
Staples created the Staples for Students program and will donate $2 million to Gaga's Born This Way Foundation and DonorsChoose.org to "ensure teachers and students have the resources they need for successful learning in classrooms." Watch the cliphere.
From red white and blue swimwear to patriotic cakes, eight photos from across the years have been collection that show off Swift's excellent fantastic 4th of July party-throwing skills.
What says "America is awesome" better than patriotic swimsuits? On water slides. She even got Ed Sheeran to come to her 4th of July party, and he's British. See the fun photoshere.
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