"Had to do a little acoustic version of #YOURSONG with my guy @edsheeran while we were in LA!!," Ora tweeted on August 29 about the impromptu session.
The collaboration isn't totally unexpected, as Sheeran is one of the writers on the song. He also sings background vocals on the studio version. Watch the Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran's acoustic version of the songhere.
The superstar's new single, 'Look What You Made Me Do," is the soundtrack for a teaser clip that highlights Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder.
Swift's "White Horse" was featured in the season five premiere of the medical drama, and lead actress Ellen Pompeo appeared in Swift's "Bad Blood" video. The singer even has a cat named after Pompeo's character, Meredith Grey. Check out the new teaser cliphere.
The clip wasn't filmed in just any old studio; the moment was captured at the legendary Abbey Road Studio in London. Styles' intimate rendition of "Two Ghosts" is taken from the Apple Music doc, Harry Styles: Behind the Album.
It's one of 10 performances slated for an upcoming spin-off film, Behind the Album: The Performances. The release date has yet to be revealed. Check out the videohere.
"There will never be another king of pop, prince of pop, or any other title with the word pop in it. Michael owns them all," Mars wrote on Instagram next to a photo of a young Michael Jackson.
"He will forever be the man that turned music into magic. From videos to fashion to his ground breaking performances, everyone can learn from Michael about dedicating your life to something and constantly striving to be great. Thank you Michael for showing the world what greatness looks like. Happy Birthday." See the posthere.
Legend said surmounting fertility obstacles tested their relationship, and brought them closer together than ever before. "Having a baby is a big challenge for a couple," he said. "Going through that together strengthens your bond because if you make it through [having a child], you know you can make it through anything."
Legend says that experience is "especially difficult" when "you can't conceive naturally." He and Teigen sought fertility treatments (specifically in-vitro fertilization) to conceive Luna.
"You want to feel like everything's working properly and want everything to be perfect, but sometimes it's not. I wouldn't say we can't conceive naturally, but I would say that it's enough of a challenge where it felt like we needed help…We're lucky that we're living in an age where we can conceive in other ways. [IVF] brought us Luna and hopefully it will bring us a few more awesome kids too." Read morehere.
Billboard reports that the rapper has jumped ship from Reebok to sign a creative deal with sneaker giant Nike and Lamar confirmed that he is now Team Nike earlier this week.
Lamar revealed the new endorsement deal with social media posts sporting Nike's popular Cortez shoes with the caption, "since Day 1." Lamar wears a pair of Nike Cortez sneakers in his "Element" video. See the Instagram posthere.
'It's the worst thing I've ever seen," said the 'Lonely Call" singer. 'I don't even recognize my hometown. It's extremely heartbreaking, and I think that any way we can raise awareness for anybody in Texas is really big."
RaeLynn noted that her family's church has become a disaster shelter, and has asked her fans to donate whatever they can to help. Read morehere.
"The blessings around us are incredible," Lauren stressed to People in a new interview. "We feel like it's all part of the plan." Despite being from Uganda, Willa Gray is taking to her new life like a champ. "You almost couldn't tell that she ever lived anywhere else," Thomas Rhett said of the 21-month-old. "She's such a go-with-the-flow child."
"When she came home from Uganda, she didn't skip a beat. She rocked it!" Lauren added. "Going from Uganda to America, nothing. Having a baby sister? World changing! She's been very emotional." Read morehere.
According to the celebrity gossip website TMZ, the telethon is slated for September 12, and will happen across three U.S. cities: Los Angeles, Nashville and New York.
Allegedly organized by Houston rap hero Bun B and the team who put together Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester show, sources say the show will feature a host of celebs including Blake Shleton, Jamie Foxx, Reese Witherspoon, and Michael Strahan. Read morehere.
Heyer's mother, Susan Bro, appeared at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards to pay tribute to her daughter and recognize the nominees for Best Fight Against the System. Bro also announced the creation of the Heather Heyer Foundation, a social justice organization founded in her daughter's memory.
"Only 15 days ago, my daughter Heather was killed protesting racism," Bro said. "I miss her, but I know she's here tonight. I have been deeply moved to see people across the world find inspiration in her courage." Read morehere.
"Our team is headed South! It was important to our AMAZING founder, @mirandalambert that we do our part for her home state!" MuttNation posted on Instagram. "We are headed to Houston to give relief to municipal shelters.
"We will help transport any animals currently in shelters so that there is room for displaced animals from Hurricane Harvey! Plus any other support we can offer!!! You can help our efforts by donating. Link in the @muttnationfoundation bio! Friends, please #prayfortexas." See the Instagram posthere.
"Nando's has a history of supporting public schools and community non-profits when they open new restaurants, which I really admire," Chance said in a press statement. "Besides, they make damn good chicken, so I hope everyone will come out and eat some peri-peri chicken and help us raise money for SocialWorks."
"At a young age, Chance The Rapper has endeared himself to Chicago and the nation through his talent and passionate commitment to his community," explained Sepanta Bagherpour, Vice President of Marketing for Nando's PERi-PERi USA. "We can't think of a better ambassador to help Nando's celebrate the Grand Opening of our flagship Chicago location, and to help support public education in a city we love." Read morehere.
Hoisting a set of barbells, Drake's workout face gives the impression that he's really going for it and not just showing off for the camera (even though he's doing that, too).
He's definitely showing off his OVO X Air Jordan apparel, sporting a tank top and shorts emblazoned with logos from the iconic brands. See the Instagram posthere.
And Maren is likely preparing for a mysterious upcoming event on her itinerary, as the singer posted on Twitter that she's "singing a patriotic song somewhere coooooool next week."
Singing a patriotic song somewhere coooooool next week. 😉🇺🇸— MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) August 29, 2017 The photo was snapped at Shenanigoats Yoga in Bellshire, Tennesseehere.
Wonder also discussed Prince's sudden death in 2016, expressing admiration for the Purple Rain star as both a musician and a friend. He recalled performing at the Official Prince Tribute Concert.
"It was hard to convey a message because I was in so much pain," he said. "Not saying I wasn't with the others. But we had previously, very recently talked and talked about his future and things that he wanted to do and how inspired he was with the things he wanted to do. It lets you know: Hey, tomorrow's not promised to anyone. But you say, 'God, why him?'" Read morehere.
Now, her pastor reports that the singer has already made a "significant donation" to help those relief efforts. "She's starting out with a significant donation, and that donation is getting us to launch out into some areas that help us more effectively impact the communities that have been the most affected," explained Beyonce's lifelong pastor, Rudy Rasmus, to ET. "She has, over the years, been very generous to our cause, and we continue to work together. She has been a huge benefactor to our efforts here in Houston, Texas."
Rasmus, who presides over St. John's United Methodist Church with his wife Juanita, said that Beyonce makes the most of her tremendous social influence during times of need. Read morehere.
Wearing a form-fitting black dress and holding a monogrammed glass of champagne, Carey strolls through the vast closet space, pointing out various items and their personal meaning.
"I'm a shoe fanatic," Carey explains, surprising no one. "I don't know, I can't even believe these are my shoes, whatever." At one point, she singles out a purse perched on an upper shelf.
"This pink one is a gift from Floyd Mayweather," she dishes. "He told me every time somebody asks to make sure they know it's a gift from Floyd, so… It's from the champ." Watch Mariah Carey's luxurious closet tourhere.
"Colin Kaepernick, as long as you're here with us, we're going to be standing for ya baby," Cardi B said during the ceremony in a seemingly unscripted moment. "That's right, I said it."
While Kaepernick initially retweeted videos of the moment, (Aug. 29), he thanked Cardi B directly on Twitter. "Thanks so much Cardi B, I appreciate you supporting the movement and @yourrightscamp," the quarterback posted, referencing his Know Your Rights Camp, which is described on his website as "a free campaign for youth fully funded by Colin Kaepernick to raise awareness on higher education, self empowerment, and instruction to properly interact with law enforcement in various scenarios." See the tweethere.
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