Perry's answers to this question have wildly varied over the last two months, but the Witness star played it diplomatic this time. "I mean, I love her, I always have," Perry said. "We've had our differences but I just continue to say, 'God bless her on her journey.'"
Overcorrecting? It seems the door to reconciliation opens and closes every few weeks. God bless Katy Perry on her journey. Watch Katy on set during her Today appearancehere.
Some appeared on dodgy resell sites for $1,300 or more. The tickets discovered on those sites will no longer admit fans to the shows. In their place, new tickets will appear on legitimate seller channels, which fans can buy at face value. It's not clear whether those who overpaid will be able to obtain refunds for their now-cancelled tickets.
"Most profiteering companies heeded promoters' warnings not to trade and resell tickets that would instantly be canceled," Sheeran's management told the Mirror."This resulted in 90 percent of tickets being delivered into fans' hands at the face value." Read morehere.
"I hope this song makes you get off your seat and dance like you never have before," Lovato said of the new track. "This an anthem for anyone who's ever been hated on and has risen above it and come out the other like a f---- savage!!"
Appropriately, the new music video finds the singer throwing a wild house party with plenty of dancing. Fans can watch all of the dancing action in Lovato's new visualhere.
A family friend reached out to Brown on Facebook, relaying the details about how Schoettle experience a spinal cord injury after diving into a pool and asked if he would be willing to visit him in the hospital.
"Oh My God!" Schoettle shouted when he saw Brown walk through the door of his hospital room. "I can't believe you guys are here. This is nuts." "I figured since you couldn't come to us, we'd come and see you," Brown told him. "Stay positive, that's the best thing you can do." Watch the videohere.
The headline appearance at the inaugural Demon Dayz Festival was a two-hour long extravaganza that featured appearances from Vince Staples and Danny Brown (who are opening the tour) as well as Kali Uchis Fufanu and others.
The set was highlighted by songs from Gorillaz new album Humanz along with tunes from their most popular releases, 2001's self-titled album and 2005's Demon Days. The concert was live-streamed by Red Bull TV. Watch the full performancehere.
The items were supplied by art consultant Darlene Luz whom Madonna describes as a "former friend" who 'would have had access to these items on numerous occasions" when she was a 'frequent overnight guest" in the Queen of Pop's house while she was out of town. The suit suggests the items were taken without permission.
"I was shocked to learn of the planned auctioning of the Shakur letter, as I had no idea that the Shakur letter was no longer in my possession," said Madonna in the documents. The letter is expected to fetch $400,000.
In the filing, Madonna expressed palpable disgust at the thought of someone selling (and buying) her used personal items. 'I understand that my DNA could be extracted from a piece of my hair. It is outrageous and grossly offensive that my DNA could be auctioned for sale to the general public," she said. Read morehere.
The project arrives this October and centers around a showdown between the superhero Shadowman and the hip-hop duo. For the two musicians, this collaboration is a dream-come-true.
"Comic books are a form of entertainment," Jxmmi said in a release. "I get to make all the sounds and effects in my head. It's just like you use your imagination - you go through the pictures and the pictures are always awesome. It's like an escape from reality. Shadowman is crazy. It has a lot of twists and turns." Read more and check out Valiant's posthere.
When he left court earlier this week, the rapper did what he does best--freestyled about his troubles. DMX was accompanied by his attorney Murray Richman and opened his impromptu rap set with a line about his lawyer, who had just filed an objection to the proceedings.
'We don't worry with Murray," DMX rapped. 'We don't worry with Murray/He get you outta jail in a hurray/When the government trying to bury you, you good/Early!"
'With Murray on the case, we're optimistic, that's all I'm saying," he added. Watch the freestylehere.
Canadian rapper Drake appears in the ads, too, introducing his father this way: "You wanna know who's not worried about the Most Interesting Man in the World? The Realest Dude Ever," Drake says. As the camera pans to Mr. Graham, he reclines with a whiskey on the rocks.
"First date? Oh, you know we're going dutch," he says. In the second clip, Graham says, "What's under my do-rag? Another do-rag." He even got a catchphrase: "Virgina Black, one sip and you're woo!" Watch the funny spotshere.
Carey will executive produce the project with longtime friend Brett Ratner. The series is set in New York City in 1986 and will highlight Carey's rise to fame as a biracial 16-year-old girl, reports Deadline.com.
The drama will follow the aspiring singer-songwriter as she survives a difficult childhood to become the biggest-selling female artist of all time. Read morehere.
In this video, fans see that the father of the young girl's baby was shot and killed in the violent shootout from the previous chapter. He was the same man with the head wound watching her give birth in Chapter One.
The video opens on the crime scene of his dead body, while young women cry and the young man from the previous two videos watches on and reflects on what the man was like before his untimely demise. Watch each chapterhere.
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