"Quick thing," he said after recovering his balance and composure. "As some of you may have seen, I may have slipped over on… There was an actual kiwi onstage and that was the culprit. There was a green — green, seedy mush on the floor. Oh, there's another one. This could end up being a problem."
Styles then restarted the song "Kiwi" without incident. The singer booked two dates at the venue as part of his UK tour for his eponymous debut solo album. Check out the fan-shot photo and videoshere.
Rihanna appears on the track delivering a scorching rap verse over the bouncing bass line and chaotic beat. The music video opens with Rihanna shaving another woman's head, shearing the hair off in huge chunks. The rest of the video follows the freshly-shorn woman energetically dancing in what appears to be a store during off-hours.
N.E.R.D's last album, Nothing, was released back in 2010. The band contributed a handful of tracks to Music from "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" in 2015.
The group is set to take the stage this weekend (Nov. 4) at the Complexcon in Long Beach, CA. Watch the music video, which contains explicit language,here.
That's not to say that former flames Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are an item again, but there's plenty of evidence to fuel the rampant rumors swirling around the pair.
It all began when the bombshell announcement dropped that Gomez and boyfriend the Weeknd (AKA Abel Tesfaye) had called it quits after nearly a year together.
Around the same time as the breakup, the Weeknd went on an Instagram unfollowing spree, disconnecting from Gomez's family and friends, including her mom. Ouch.
Then came the breakfast heard 'round the world, when Gomez and ex-boyfriend Bieber were spotted having a morning meal, followed by some religious time with a shared trip to church.
Now we have evidence of the Weeknd cozying up with an unidentified female at a Toronto nightclub, while Gomez is spending even more time with Bieber riding bikes, which appears to be her new favorite pastime. Read morehere.
Nicki took to Twitter to clear up the confusion. Though she was originally recruited to guest on the track by herself, she was happy to remain involved once Cardi was added to the project.
"I was on the song w/Quavo. No one else was on it. He called & asked if I think we should put Bardi on it, I said 'ok let's do it.' The end," she wrote. "Anything w/my name on it gets approved by me."
"The conspiracy theories r just so tired. Relax. Breathe. Imagine me not knowing who on a song w/me," she added.
Nicki also noted that this kind of drama rarely flares up around songs with multiple male rappers--a double standard she's eager to squash. In an interview with Complex, Cardi also said she and Minaj are cool: "I feel like people just want that drama just cause it's entertaining," she said. See Nicki's statementhere.
"We're sitting on my bus one day earlier in 2017 and I think I was in Baton Rouge. I was up there alone and I had my guitar, started playing a little melody that I was hearing in my head and next thing you know I started writing a song," Shelton said in a press statement.
"I wrote a verse, then I wrote a chorus, then I realized it was going somewhere and I felt good about it. Like I always [have] in the last couple of years I called up my friend Jessi Alexander and said, 'Man, I think I'm onto something and I need somebody way better than me to try to bring this thing home.' She and I and Josh Osborne ended up writing this song, I'm super proud of it," he continued. "And it's not hard to figure out who this song is about," he added in reference to girlfriend Gwen Stefani. Listen to Blake Shelton's new song "Turnin' Me On"here.
The newly released ten-minute promotional video clip reveals how Taylor Swift meticulously crafting "Gorgeous" from scratch, showing how the song's lyrics evolved over time.
The singer starts the song on guitar, moving to the piano and then back to the guitar over the course of the video. The clip ends with the final version of the song. Watch ithere.
"We've known each other for a long time now," Fallon noted. "You're so lucky," Clarkson responded. The pair reminisced about a joint appearance on The Tonight Show before Fallon became the host: She was fresh off her American Idol career launchpad and Fallon was a cast member on Saturday Night Live. They looked at a photo and Fallon said he looked like an "old-timey gangster." Kelly was unimpressed with her hair in days gone by.
"And I wanted to be a skunk!" she said. "When my hair was very streaked." Watch Kelly's appearance on The Tonight Show, including her performance of "Whole Lotta Woman",here.
"Oh my God I just heard gunshots and ran with my dog. Downtown. F—," tweeted Groban. "I hope everyone's ok," he added. "Was half a block from me, didn't see it but heard 8-10 quick rounds fired off. Be safe with your kids out there. I'm shaking. That's the corner I was supposed to have my coffee but my dog pulled me into the park half a block away 10 min before shooting."
As New Yorkers were out in the streets for Halloween festivities, a man drove a vehicle onto a bike path in Manhattan killing eight people and injuring twelve (via CBS News). After his rampage, he emerged from the vehicle with a pellet gun and a paintball gun and was shot in the abdomen by law officers.
In the wake of the worst terror attack in the city since 9/11, artists took to social media to share messages of love and support for the city. See all the postshere.
The issue will come with two variant covers, including one featuring the twin sisters wearing t-shirts emblazoned with the faces of iconic Archie comic characters, Betty and Veronica. They shared the images on Instagram.
"So excited to be announcing this news today!," the duo shared. "We will be featured in The Archie's #5 issue in February 2018. Big thanks to Archie Comics for making this incredibly fun news happen." Check out both covers in the galleryhere.
On a family outing, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel transformed themselves into Buzz Lightyear and Jessie from the Toy Story franchise, while their son Silas dressed as Woody. Lady Gaga gave her take on Edward Scissorhands while Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman planned a cute couples' costume.
Taking a page from Demi Lovato's costume playbook, Kim Kardashian dressed as another pop icon for Halloween: the late singer Selena. Chance the Rapper channeled Tupac and Carrie Underwood dressed as a deer caught in her husband's net.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen hosted their own Halloween party dressed as 20th-century icons Groucho Marx and Carmen Miranda. Heidi Klum, who's known for her hyper-ambitious costumes each year, donned layers of prosthetics to become the werewolf from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video. See last night's best costumeshere.
It's not just any motorized suitcase. It's an OVO-branded Modobag. Modogbag is the Chicago-based company that produces the line motorized luggage. One like Drake's costs $1,295, although it won't sport the snazzy OVO logo.
Watch the must-see videohere.
The couple announced they were expecting on October 9 and will add a third little Decker to their family in 2018. Eric and Jessie already have two children, Vivianne and Eric Jr., and it looks like they all can't wait to welcome the new baby.
Check out the adorable gender reveal videohere.
"He was sitting there in his white shirt, very confident and manly, but then he was just so talkative!" Lopez said. "I think he thought I was going to be this loud person, but I'm not. I just listen. So he's talking, talking about his plans, about how he had just retired from baseball, about how he saw himself getting married again, all these things you wouldn't normally talk about on a first date. I don't know if he thought it was a date. I thought it was a date. Then I knew he was nervous because he asked me if I wanted a drink. I said, 'No, I don't drink,' and he asked if I minded if he had one. He was nervous, and it was really cute."
Rodriguez said he wasn't sure if the evening was a "date" until Lopez confirmed that she was single. He deployed a useful baseball metaphor for that moment.
"She told me around the third or fourth inning that she was single," he said. "I had to get up and go re-adjust my thoughts. I went to the bathroom and got enough courage to send her a text."
What did he text? "You look sexy AF." Read morehere.
And it's all because of Houston's star second baseman, Jose Altuve. It started last season when Altuve was caught in the Astros locker room crooning the Backstreet Boys' 1999 hit, "I Want it That Way," which went viral.
The group saw the video, and liked it so much that they've jumped on the Astros bandwagon, sharing a video of support to Altuve and the team. "There was an Internet sensation video that happened with Jose Altuve from the Astros, the second baseman," BSB singer Brian Littrell said in the Instagram video posted before World Series Game 6. "The dude is 5-foot-6, and he's going to be the AL MVP, I think so. We want to tell you congratulations, good luck in the World Series, go Astros, God bless you!" Read morehere.
For his sophomore album, the "Stay With Me" singer says he's taking themes and sounds in a darker direction. "This album doesn't sound pretty to me. I want this to be more gritty," he recently told Rolling Stone. "I want it to sound older, a bit more uncomfortable. In the Lonely Hour is a gin and tonic with your friends. The new album is a whiskey by yourself in a dark room, at night, thinking about life. I went into a deep place. I don't think I'm going to go into that place ever again, because it got a bit too deep."
Fans loved "Too Good at Goodbyes," the mournful, soulful lead single that doesn't search for the easy answers of "Stay With Me." Smith has also shared "Pray" and "Burning" from the album, which continue his melancholic ruminations on love. The singer says "Burning" is his favorite song on the album.
"It's the most personal song I've ever written in my life," he said during a BBC Radio appearance. 'I was going through a really tough time last year. I live in London, and I went through a breakup. And I dealt with the breakup in a bad way, and I was just going out way too much." Read morehere.
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