During one scene in the video, Gomez is dancing by herself in her bedroom. On the wall behind Gomez, fans have spotted two posters that feature women who eerily resemble Swift.
After all, Swift is already known to be a member of Gomez's close friend group. Check out the video and some of the fan social media posts to decide for yourselfhere.
Fans have been waiting patiently for the track's official release since the country music star debuted it live this spring during her performance at the Stagecoach Festival.
"I was at home, looking out at the ocean, and I said to myself, 'Here I am stuck in this past of negativity, but it's so beautiful out. I'm not in the mood to write a feeling-sorry-for-myself song,'" Twain said, discussing the inspiration for her new track. "You can't have the good without the bad. And that's what the song ended up being about."
That explains the line: "Life's about joy/ Life's about pain/ Life's about to get good." Stream the new trackhere.
The original song was played throughout each of the five games, but the fan montage video shares a clip of the track with the new lyrics. It also features highlights from the Warriors' celebration.
In the remix version, Lamar raps, "I got, I got, I got motivation, realization in my DNA/ I got/ devotion and emotion in my DNA/ eyes open wide/ yeah we only want the prize/ standing ovation and celebration for our DNA." Watch and listenhere.
"It is all me all night, Jimmy," she said during the opening segment where she appeared in a panda costume and danced around the stage. The singer wasn't lying about her takeover as she also performed an amusing game of Google Translate Songs with Fallon where she sang the Google translation of Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" which translated is called "Your Body's Curves."
She later sang Dusty Springfield's "Son of a Preacher Man" which is translated to "A Minister's Male Child," before performing a duet of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" with Fallon.
Watch as Cyrus shares the spotlight throughout the entirety of The Tonight Show in the clipshere.
Lewis' name is absent from the new single and Macklemore addressed that fact in a post on his official Facebook page. "After the last tour, Ryan and I agreed that some creative space would be good for the both of us," he wrote. "Ryan Lewis is my brother forever. We have been working together damn near every day for 9 years and it felt like the right time. This decision came from a place of love for one another. I'm the best man at his wedding next month. There will be more M&RL music to come when the time is right. And you'll be hearing from Ryan very, very soon (he has some incredible records that are about to drop with other artists)."
"So, last November, I built a studio in the basement of my home and got back to the basics, he continued. "I was able to find a balance with my art, recovery and being a dad. I felt the perfect amount of removal from an industry that can be tricky to spiritually navigate. I wanted to be around Sloane and Tricia as much as possible. I wanted to make an album and raise my baby girl. So here it is. The first song from my new album is 'Glorious.' It features the incredibly talented Skylar Grey and was produced by Budo with additional production from Tyler Dopps (Aka "DAMN DUDE"!). It felt like the right record to come back with, embarking on this new chapter of life. I just want to thank you guys for always supporting and riding with me. I appreciate your endless love and words more than I could ever express. You're the reason I'm still able to do what I love around the world. "Glorious" is just the start…" Read more and listen to the new trackhere.
This episode features a bizarre, yet hilarious tale where Ninja is invited to West's house, only to head next door to shoot some hoops. During the interview, Ninja also talked about his band's previously beef with Drake when they were on the traveling Future Music Festival in 2015.
Somehow, the crazy day ends with Ninja going back to West's house, where they invite Travis Scott over for homemade banana pudding made by Kim Kardashian. Watch the craziness unfoldhere.
The new track was produced by Dez Wright and it's clear he's hoping to duplicate the success of his breakout single. "Ooh, ooh I think another platinum plaque is coming soon," he spits. "Who knew I would make it out these twenty dollar shoes."
Kyle also recently released a remix of "iSpy" that features a guest appearance from Kodak Black, who was recently released from jail. Check out both explicit trackshere.
The 25-year-old singer transformed the fast-paced track into a soulful, sweet ballad. His softer approach seems to work well with the double entendre-laden lyrics.
Interestingly, he also switched the pronouns from male to female. Stream both versions to compare Puth's new cover approach with the original versionhere.
At this time, at least 17 people have died and 74 more were injured, according to CBS News. Dozens of UK celebrities and personalities have offered their support on social media, but Adele and her husband Simon Konecki decided to come down to the scene to offer support to the victims.
Fan-captured photos show the singer making a low-key appearance at the Wednesday night vigil for the victims, where she was hugging, comforting and offering support to anyone affected by the horrific fire. Read morehere.
"Whilst it was always our intention to honor our existing summer events, the damage caused to the main public area outside of the arena has left us with no other option than to remain closed until September," it reads.'We are currently working with the promoters of our June, July and August shows to find suitable solutions for events affected by this unprecedented closure."
Those shows include Celine Dion dates in June and July, Radiohead shows July 4 and 5, a Linkin Park concert on July 7 and a Blink-182 show on July 14. Radiohead have already announced that they'll play the Manchester Emirates Old Trafford instead. Read morehere.
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