"Carrie Underwood took a hard fall on some steps outside her home," her publicist said in a statement. "While there were no life-threatening injuries, she was taken to the hospital to be treated. She sustained multiple injuries including a broken wrist and some cuts and abrasions from the fall."
On Sunday (Nov. 12), Underwood posted a note to her fans on social media. "Thanks so much for all the well wishes everybody . . . I'll be alright . . . might just take some time . . . glad I've got the best hubby in the world to take care of me."
Her husband, ex-NHL star Mike Fisher, was in the hospital when she was treated. "[Fisher] was able to make it back into town that night to be with her and she was released from the hospital." The rep added that a full "recovery will take some time and she appreciates all prayers and well wishes." Read morehere.
The spring and summer trek will focus mainly on U.S. stadiums and is scheduled to kick off on May 8th in Glendale, AZ University of Phoenix Stadium and will wrap up on October 6th in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium.
The tickets for the upcoming dates are scheduled to go on-sale to the general public on December 13th, according to Radio.com. See the upcoming tour dateshere.
Hours later, she released a remix of her popular single "Havana," which features reggaeton king Daddy Yankee. The new version of the track features Cabello singing in both Spanish and English, while Daddy Yankee adds some smooth rapping.
Listen to the remixhere.
Beyonce, who appears on the studio version of the track (produced by Rick Rubin) couldn't make it, so Eminem was joined by the song's co-writer Skylar Grey. The rapper took the stage wearing a black hoodie and paced around in front of a backdrop of snow-covered mountains.
Accompanied by piano (played by Grey) and soaring strings, Eminem spewed lines about the challenges of returning to the scene and striving to meet the expectations of his fans.
"It's the curse of the standard/ That the first of the Mathers discs set/ Always in search of the verse that I haven't spit yet/ Will this step just be another misstep," he rapped.
"Walk On Water" is the first single from Eminem's upcoming album, which is reportedly called Revival. Read more and see a clip of the performancehere.
"Reflection" is a song that I wrote while processing my emotions during the break up of a previous relationship and throughout the aftermath. The lyrics describe the struggle I experienced while knowing I needed to leave this relationship, and understanding that in order to save my life, and not give up on my self, I had to separate and move on from this person. (paused) Yet for a period of time, I kept wanting to go back. I kept struggling with an idea I had in my head about the perfect relationship when the reality was actually a horror story. I am a loyal partner and friend. And it's not easy for me to sever relationships. This song is reflecting back on what once was and seeing it for what it became. Writing and recording this song helped me to process my emotions and become independent again.
I sat on this song for about two years, and it wasn't until a friend of mine (Jonathan Russell), who is a fellow musician and singer in a number of bands that I know. Introduced me to Producer Matt Good. That I pulled this song out of my musical diary and shared it with Jonathan. We were searching for tracks to present to Matt Good and I showed him about a half a dozen songs, and we listened to them, and we liked one or two of them, and we were thinking of having Jonathan guest appear in a song with me, the first song that we would record with Matt Good.
"Reflection" was kind of one of those oh… I also have this one track, but… It's probably something you're not interested in… and I played it for him. The original recording that I made on my laptop is quite a bit different from the version we cranked out at Matt Goods studio, but John recognized the potential right away. Immediately he vibed with it, and he said… "This is the one" this is the track we are going to do with Matt Good, I was very surprised that John wanted this sappy sad song I had written. It was kind of mellow, slow, reflective, and sad. But John screamed the background lyrics I had written, and brought a certain kind of life to it I had not thought of.
I then recruited a couple of my band members from Ensphere to track bass and guitar while we were recording with Matt Good. Matt analyzed some of the guitar lines, helped us hone in exactly the right chords for the chorus, and steered me in the right direction with vocal harmonies. We certainly felt that we were able to capture John beautifully for the guest appearance.
The song was recorded and mastered all in one session with John Russell, Michael Ludovici, Randall Swindell, and Serena Rose. Thanks to Matt Good, Ryan Daminson, Zach Yoshioka and Good Sound Studios.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and watch the videoright here!
Aimed to be an evening of healing, the lineup included Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Jon Pardi, Chris Stapleton, George Strait and Keith Urban. Carrie Underwood was also set to play the event but she broke her wrist in a fall on Friday and was recovering at home.
Aldean was onstage when shots rang out at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas on October 1. "I know I don't have to tell you guys this, but it's been a rough couple of months for us up here and it's a lot of fun to get back out and play for the people that matter, which is you guys," he said during his four-song set, which featured "Dirt Road Anthem," "Any Ol' Barstool," "My Kinda Party" and "She's Country."
"I spent a lot of time and a long time trying to make it in this business and doing something that I really enjoy. I'll be damned if anybody is ever going to stop me from doing that," Aldean said from the stage.
It was a sentiment shared throughout the night from each act, including George Strait. "A lot of people are out there hurting and this will help them a lot," he said. Strait went on to perform his hits "The Fireman," "Amarillo by Morning" and "Troubadour." Read morehere.
"It still aches but I'm able to play shows now, so I'm happy about that," he told Time Out Singapore. "I'm going to ride bicycles again, I'm going to ski, I'm going to go on skateboards. If I'm going to break my arm then I'm going to break my arm. Nothing's going to stop me from having accidents."
While Sheeran plans to remain on the road through 2018, he has already written dozens of new songs that may appear on his next album, which he has already outlined.
"I've probably got about nine songs that I really like. But that could all change tomorrow if I think of nine new songs to replace them," he said. "There are about 40 that I wrote and haven't used but nine I really like." Read morehere.
"You made me feel like it was OK to be myself, love handles and all," Gaga read from the letter, adding "girl, love handles are in," to cheers from the crowd.
"You taught me I was born this way, and self-love and positivity are a good thing," Gaga continued. "You brought the best people into my life. I felt alone for years, but now I've found home within this community we've made for one another."
The pop star reads the entire letter, including the sign-off where Mikaya lists off her group of friends. The video ends as Gaga goes down into the crowd to hug and high-five a cryingMikaya for her support. Watch ithere.
Trilogy collected the Weeknd's first three mixtapes--House of Balloons, Thursday and Echoes of Silence--into his major label debut. In recognition of its release five years ago, all three are being repressed on vinyl for a limited edition box set capped at 1000 copies.
In addition to the box set, there is a new collection of Trilogy-themed merch available in the Weeknd's online store, including sweatshirts, t-shirts, dad hats and more. Read morehere.
"Pictures is a totally new experience for me," Hayes told Forbes. "We've never done anything like this and I love how it takes you out of current reality and transports you to a different time and place entirely, where each song tells a piece of the story. With part one I'm only able to share the beginning, so I can't wait for the fans to hear the new music and watch as the rest of the story is told along the way!"
The first video is a throwback 1950s-styled clip that tells two separate stories; one chronicles a young couple falling in love at first sight, while the other shows a teenage girl trying to get away from an abusive boyfriend.
Fans will have an opportunity to attend the movie's premiere early next year at Regal Cinemas in Nashville featuring a panel with the actors, director and screenwriter and a live performance from Hayes himself. Check out the new cliphere.
"2 years with my favorite human," Hadid shared on Instagram with a video clip of the pair kissing. The couple "pretty much live together," according to Malik (via Billboard).
"It helps that she's really organized. Thank God! Because I'm really not, so she helps organize my schedule around seeing her." Check out a fan capture of the Boomerang videohere.
The song celebrates G-Eazy's success with a black and white music video featuring a party rife with excess. A bevy of booty-shaking swimsuit models populate a mansion where Eazy is seen rapping the track's verses.
Check out the steamy clip, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
It's not just romantic gesture, though, it's also an investment plan. Drizzy explains why Hermes Birkin bags are unique. "There's very few things, tangible things anyway, that hold their value and appreciate as the years go on," he said. "It was one of those things that I just started collecting, for I guess the women that I end up with one day, so I have a fairly vast collection of Hermes to offer somebody at some point in life."
The bags can go from $5,000 to tens of thousands of dollars, so some lucky lady already has a pretty impressive collection waiting for her. Read morehere.
"Being biracial and being in country music is actually kinda hard," he admits in a new interview with Nightline. "I get talked down on so much in country music because of my look and I just really want to change that."
"I don't feel like you should have to look a certain way to sing a certain genre," he continued. "Everybody looks at me and thinks I'm a rapper, [that] I can't be a country artist, and it just drives me crazy."
"I just want to change stereotypes. You can't be scared to be different. I honestly love the old school sound, because I feel like I'm an old soul when it comes to that stuff, but I'm mixed in with new school." Read morehere.
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