Drake was performing at the Marquee nightclub in Sydney when he stopped to let the fan know in no uncertain terms that he wouldn't stand for his unacceptable behavior.
"I got this close to Drake threatening to jump into the crowd to start a fight with a guy groping a woman in the audience," a fan shared on Instagram with a clip of the moment. "Violence against women, 6 God says no."
"If you don't stop putting your hands on girls, I'm gonna come out there and f— your a– up," Drake warns the offending fan in the video as the crowd cheers its approval.
After a few chaotic moments, Drake asks his DJ to restart the show. See the Instagram posthere.
The image, shot by photographer Ellen Von Unwerth, is captioned with the phrase "Minaj a Trois" for Paper mag's latest "Break the Internet" edition. The racy cover follows the magazine's infamous 2014 "Break the Internet" edition featuring Kim Kardashian.
Kardashian has already responded to Minaj's internet-breaking reboot by liking Minaj's post of her new cover photo on Instagram and adding some fire emojis for good measure. Read morehere.
"Y'all must be running out of people," he told People. "Like, Wow, we're down to somebody who is somewhat symmetrical." He revealed that rock star girlfriend Gwen Stefani had some advice upon the announcement, "She goes, 'Listen to me, you're going to regret this for the rest of your life if you don't take this gift and just live in the moment.'"
The Voice coach received the prize with a sense of humor, using the hashtag "#donthatemebecauseimbeautiful." The six-and-a-half-foot tall signer also continued his fake beef with The Voice co-host Adam Levine, saying, "I can't wait to shove this up Adam's a–. As proud as I am and honored that you guys asked me, that's really the only thing I care about."
As for taking the new moniker in stride, the Oklahoman says, "It's going to be used in every conversation, whether it's at The Voice, The [Johnston County] Feed in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, or in a conversation with a doctor. When [people] would say to Adam, 'Mr. Sexy,' you'd always see him go, 'Well, awwww'' If you say that to me, it's going to be, 'You're damn right, I'm Mr. Sexy! I've been ugly my whole life, if I can be sexy for a year, I'm taking it. I'm taking it."
Shelton kept the jokes coming on social media. See the tweetshere.
On the latest "Carpool Karaoke," Pink mined her catalog for hits, ranging from "Get the Party Started" to "Raise Your Glass." She also spilled the beans on her early days on the pop music scene with *NSYNC; she once went on an awkward date with Joey Fatone.
"We were in the friend zone," Pink recalls. Joey asked her dad for permission to go on the date and… "And your dad said 'It's Timberlake or bust?'" Corden asked.
The duo then stopped by an outdoor fitness device to try singing upside down. Watch the full segmenthere.
In addition to her Saturday Night Live performance last weekend, Taylor has unveiled a series of behind-the-music videos on YouTube, taking fans into her songwriting process.
The latest explores the writing and recording of "Delicate." We get to see Taylor at work, hearing playback from previous sessions and figuring out how to layer new elements over the song. Shot mostly on smartphones, the video shows the nitty gritty of making an album. Taylor mulls over one particular section of the song and we watch her perfect the line, delivery and melody. Watch the videohere.
"I just wanted let everyone know that I'm doing great," the singer wrote on Twitter. "Had surgery on my wrist yesterday & all went well…even though I'll be setting off airport metal detectors from now on…I'm so thankful for the doctors, nurses, family & friends who've been taking such great care of me."
Underwood is recovering with her husband, ex-NHL player Mike Fisher, by her side.See the tweethere.
The singer has shared a conversation the duo had many years ago when they talked about they would do if one of them was to die. "We said to each other, 'Hey, we want Montgomery Gentry to keep going,'" Montgomery told People. "It's weird, I always thought it was going to be me that went down first."
Speaking about Gentry's death in a helicopter crash on Sept. 8, Montgomery says his life will never be the same. "A little piece of my soul got lost there," he said. "It was a horrific day, my world changed as much as the band did. It's something that you never get over. It's going to be in my mind and my soul for the rest of my life."
The singer looked ahead to what it will be like going on alone, with faith that the music will carry him forward. "I've never done anything else but play music," Montgomery explained. "It's all I've ever known. "(Gentry) was more than just a singer. He was a brother and he was always there. As far as I'm concerned, we're still making music together." Read morehere.
And the singer has another major collaboration in the works; teasing a new song called "All Night," with EDM superstar Steve Aoki. "All Night" sounds like a catchy, dance-floor-ready pop hit in the making, and it drops this Friday.
"You got me paralyzed and I think I like it /Caught me by surprise /I'm not usually like this, no," she sings. "Got me paralyzed/ Don't think I can help it/ Why's it feel so hot/ Let's keep this going all night." Watch the teaserhere.
When Bennett tells Chance that "Usually, I just dance a little bit," the pair break into a spirited dance routine and are soon joined by other members of the cast for a fun dressing room dance party.
Longtime cast member Kenan Thompson walks by and see the wild scene, ending the clip with a clever punchline. Eminem will be the musical guest on the Nov. 18 show. Check out the promohere.
"I had a thought going into my first sold out London show at Shepards Bush tonight," she wrote. "For some reason, being away from home gives me some clarity, or maybe it's just the jet lag talking… What an incredible two years of setting up, promoting & touring this debut. Learned a lot. Won some cool things. Learned to not tweet after 2am. Learned to own my opinion and not apologize for having one, but also learning to apologize when I know I'm wrong or hurt someone."
"I know we're going to grow together, age together, laugh & cry together," Morris added. "I hope I'll see some of you in 30 years and be like, 'Oh my god, remember that one show?' I can't wait. Thank you for being the best f—ing fans I could ever ask for. I love you. Here's to the next album and hopefully many more." See Maren Morris' full messagehere.
The two pop stars have been hinting at the collaboration for a couple of weeks by commenting on each other's social media posts. Today we get a preview of both the track and its music video.
Watch a preview of "Echame La Culpa"here.
The Los Angeles rappers will kick off their tour on Jan. 26 in Vancouver, Canada. Pre-sale tickets for the Tyler, the Creator and Vince Staples tour will be available on Thursday, Nov. 16th, from 10:00 a.m. (local time) to 10:00 p.m. (local time).
General on-sale will begin at 10:00 a.m. (local time) the next day, Friday, November 17th. See the complete list of tour dateshere.
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