Schuman shared the details of the incident in a lengthy blog post. Schuman says she wanted to report the incident shortly after, but her manager at the time warned her that Carter "had the most powerful litigator in the country."
Carter responded to Schuman's accusations in a statement to People which reads: "I am shocked and saddened by Ms. Schuman's accusations. Melissa never expressed to me while we were together or at any time since that anything we did was not consensual. We went on to record a song and perform together, and I was always respectful and supportive of Melissa both personally and professionally."
"This is the first that I am hearing about these accusations, nearly two decades later. It is contrary to my nature and everything I hold dear to intentionally cause someone discomfort or harm." Read more about her claimshere.
Cassidy's family issued a statement confirming the news of his death on Tuesday evening (November 21): 'David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long," reads a statement from Cassidy's publicist (via CNN). 'Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years."
Cassidy became a teenage heartthrob with his role as Keith Partridge in the '70s sitcom, The Partridge Family. He would go on to have a career as a musician with hit songs such as 'I Think I Love You," and "Daydreamer." Read morehere.
"I go to talk to a fan and she grabs my ass, how f—in old are we???," the singer tweeted last night (Nov. 19). "I love interacting and talking to fans but I also love respecting others so don't disrespect me when I'm being nice," he continued.
Fans quickly responded to the posts, asking what happened next. "I left," Khalid said. "I ignored it bc I don't like showing anger in front of anyone… Sexual assault/harassment happens on both ends and you're right. It's unacceptable," he responded to another fan.
"One s—ty person isn't going to keep me away from anybody, I really love u guys," Khalid added. "Spoke about it bc it can happen to anybody!"
Khalid continued to speak on the incident:"I don't want someone grabbing on me that I don't know lol some people are weird." See the tweets, without explicit language,here.
Now, Brooks has opened up about the controversial moment on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, telling the host that he felt like it was the best decision considering not only the show, but his fans.
"We did 12 shows in 10 days, and right in the middle of those 12 shows was CMAs. So we went in and did a track for it, just in case the voice was gone," Brooks shared. "Made a game-time decision and played it because we still had seven shows starting the next night in Spokane."
"The truth is, I love award shows. I think they're sweet," Brooks added. "But for me, they're like the tree is to Christmas--they're the symbol of it, but they're not what it's all about. What it's about is those people that put their butts in the seat, travel, fight that traffic, pay that parking and go. That's who you want to save your voice for. So we made that decision. If it happened again tomorrow, I'd make the same decision." Watch the fullhere.
The talk show host asked the "Corner Store" rapper about the nude painting he bought of pop star Justin Beiber with pancakes 'on his junk." "I bought it on Etsy as a white elephant Santa gift that at the end of the night just stayed at my house. No one took it," Macklemore said.
Since no one else wanted it, he decided to keep it. And he's grown fond of the odd image. 'I'm very proud of it, and it's become a huge headline," he said. "It's like, 'Macklemore owns a naked Justin Bieber d— pancake painting,' and it's part of my thing now."
He joked that it serves a useful function in his home. 'It goes right above my bed, and whenever I'm with my wife intimately, I can always stare and if I want to control my orgasm, just slow it down." Read morehere.
Now, the crossover sensation has a new record with Demi Lovato to promote: "Echame La Culpa." "Echame La Culpa" has tropical similarities to "Despacito" but Lovato's voice gives the sound new life.
In the video, Demi delivers some of her lines from a stylish bedroom: In other scenes, she and Fonsi are pictured together on a dance floor. Could it be Fonsi's next huge hit? Watch the videohere.
The hip-hop artist's camp will hand out 1,000 turkeys on Wednesday (Nov. 22) at four different locations in his hometown. Mill recently received a two to four-year sentence for violating his probation on a gun charge in 2008.
Many artists including JAY-Z have been vocal about how the sentence was unwarranted or too extreme. See the post for more details on Meek's holiday philanthropyhere.
It's quite the sweet accolade, considering Urban's tune beat out more than 30 million other songs played on Waffle House jukeboxes in 1,850 restaurants across 25 states.
According to the Tennessean, Urban beat out Rihanna, Ed Sheeran and Twenty One Pilots for the honor. See the top 10 tracks and listen to the chart topping song from Urbanhere.
'We still listen to Diana around the house," the former president said. "That's why I gave her the presidential medal of freedom last year, but--this is a big deal, too!"
After a montage from her career, Ross took the stage with 'I'm Coming Out" followed by her 1995 hit 'Take Me Higher." Dressed in a black gown with puffy purple stole, the former Supreme radiated confidence and cycled through her catalog of classics. In one of the set's best moments, Ross performed 'Ease on Down the Road" from her classic film The Wiz. Tracee and family members clapped and sang along to her mother's lively performance. Read morehere.
During the live telecast, Pink scaled the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles and performed with a team of dancers in the sky. Countless stories off the ground and secured by a harness, she twirled and nailed complicated choreography in the air.
Pink performed "Beautiful Trauma" from her 2017 album of the same name. The ambitious moment recalled the moment when Pink stunned the world with her "Glitter in the Air" performance at the 2010 GRAMMY Awards.
On the ground, host Tracee Ellis Ross introduced Pink's performance and marveled at the feat of athleticism she just witnessed. During the set, Pink walked along the side of the building, backed by a handful of brave backup dancers. Read morehere.
Selena performed "Wolves," her new collaboration with EDM producer Marshmello. The creepy set was staged in as a forest, where a blonde Selena and a troupe of backup dancers who seemed lost after a car accident.
The performance was introduced by Julia Michaels, who co-wrote Selena's song "Bad Liar." Michaels described Gomez as "one of the most incredible women I know."
"She is the epitome of love and strength, and I'm glad I get to call this beautiful person my friend," Michaels said.Read morehere.
"What's happening to Meek Mill is just one example of how our criminal justice system entraps and harasses hundreds of thousands of black people every day," Jay wrote. "I saw this up close when I was growing up in Brooklyn during the 1970s and 1980s. Instead of a second chance, probation ends up being a land mine, with a random misstep bringing consequences greater than the crime. A person on probation can end up in jail over a technical violation like missing a curfew."
Mill's probation violation sentence was criticized for its "excessive" length and the controversial basis of his violation. According to sources, the decision stemmed from two arrests early this year in which charges were dropped. Mill's probation officer said the rapper has 'responded well" and 'actively participated in an effort towards behavioral change." The rapper was previously incarcerated for a drug and gun violation in 2008.
"Think about that," Jay wrote. "The charges were either dropped or dismissed, but the judge sent him to prison anyway." Read morehere.
In the clip, the couple's toddler daughter, Luna, is asked "What's in there?," in reference to Teigen's stomach. Luna's precious response is simply, "baby."
Check out the adorable announcement videohere.
The "White Iverson" rapper also revealed a list of special guests who will be featured on the album, including John Mayer, Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla Sign and more.
Malone went on to say that the project is not completed, so he's got some work to do in order to hit the Dec. 1 release date. Read morehere.
"I'm speechless," Luke Bryan told Sounds Like Nashville. "He's taken so many things from me. And now this? Who in the hell is choosing these? Am I being punked? And we're sure that y'all didn't Photoshop [his] face over [my] face and change the name? I guess we're all stuck with it."
Shelton is set to take his good looks on tour in 2018 and one of his tourmates, Brett Eldredge, said even though he's sexy, he's also a bit of a goof. "I mean, he's a sexy man, don't get me wrong, but he's a big goofball too, which is even better," Eldredge said. "He's just Blake: He's honest, he's real, he's unapologetically himself. He's as real as he is on The Voice or onstage. If you see him, he's the same offstage as well, and I think that makes somebody more charming, honesty and being who you are. He's doing it right, and we love him for it."
Not everybody made fun of Shelton though. Chris Young said that Shelton is deserving of the award and isn't surprised by any honor he receives at this point in his career. Read morehere.
The Taylor Swift song titles were flying fast and furiously throughout the report, with Hettiger calling out "blank spaces" on the roads, and that she could have a "love story" with the way traffic was developing.
Hettiger wrapped up her traffic report by announcing the release of Swift's new blockbuster full-length, Reputation, encouraging viewers to head to an actual store to pick it up: "Talk to people. Buy it!"
Taylor Swift was alerted to the report, and quickly hopped on social media to share her enthusiastic approval. "My cousins in St. Louis sent this to me," Swift tweeted. "I LOVE YOU." See the full video, and tweethere.
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