Now, Gaga has also nixed a string of European dates, including five UK concerts. "Lady Gaga is suffering from severe pain that has impacted her ability to perform," reads a statement from Live Nation. "She remains under the care of expert medical professionals who recommended the postponement earlier today."
Gaga is "devastated" by the cancelations, continued the statement, which added that she will spend the next few weeks resting and rehabilitating. "[She is going] to heal from this and past traumas that still affect her daily life, and result in severe physical pain in her body." Read morehere.
The piano-driven pop song is beautifully sad and sweet at the same time. The former One Direction member wrote the compelling tune and the sincerity in the vocals make it feel like he's speaking from experience:
"Waiting here for someone/ Only yesterday we were on the run/ You smiled back at me and your face lit up the sun/ Now I'm waiting here for someone," he sings in the first verse.
Flicker is scheduled for release on October 20. Listen to "Too Much to Ask"here.
The song rides on a mid-tempo '80s-inspired groove, with throwback drums, explosive horns and big synthesizer melodies underneath Twain's distinctive vocal styling.
The song is the latest in advance of Twain's new album, Now, which is set to debut on Sept. 29. It will be the singer's first new album since 2002's Up! Watch the videohere.
Teefey shared the now-familiar image of Gomez and Raisa in hospital gowns around the time of the operation, with her own heartfelt message. "The picture is one of the most breathtaking images that will live with me forever," Teefey wrote. "For all those moments of not knowing if we were going up or down, I can always come back to this picture and know we can always make it back up."
Over the years, Gomez has opened up about her lupus battle, which ultimately prompted the organ transplant operation. Teefey described feeling powerless over her daughter's medical condition and switching into "Mama Bear" mode while Gomez awaited surgery.
"As a mother I was helpless, scared and all I could do was pray for both of them, Francia's beautiful family," she wrote. "I am pretty sure I am banned from that hospital. Mama Bear was in high gear. Selena gained a kidney, I was able to keep my little girl, but I also gained another daughter….thank you to everyone who was there for Sel, Francia and our families. We survived from all the love, prayers and God." Read Teefey's emotional message
Opening with a shot of Smith singing in a recording studio, the heart-wrenching clip mirrors the emotional track with images of different couples captured in intimate moments.
The Luke Monaghan-directed video follows the couples as they deal with the sadness of their relationships coming to an end in a variety of settings, including Smith and an unseen paramour.
It ends with a long shot of the singer pensively overlooking a city. Watch Sam Smith's brand new music video for the track "Too Good at Goodbyes"here.
A team of makeup and prosthetic artists are seen hovering around Swift as they meticulously make her into a zombie worthy of The Walking Dead. The elaborate makeup process even included her toes, which were painted to look pretty gnarly.
The clip is set to an instrumental snippet from the song "Look What You Made Me Do." Check it out the behind the scenes video clip streamhere.
Jah-Haile Bruce and Jahbioseh Bruce survived the storm on the floor of a bathroom shower as the hurricane raged through the house. "Five minutes later the roof just ripped off our head," Jah-Haile told CNN of their harrowing ordeal.
"That's the moment where I was terrified because I felt like Irma was a spirit," added brother Jahbioseh. "I felt like I saw the hand grab the roof, squeeze it and throw it off into the wind. It was crazy."
Catching a boat sent to pick up evacuees after the hurricane, the brothers found their way to St. Croix, in hope of catching a flight to Philadelphia to meet up with their mother.
With no commercial flights available, Chesney stepped in, flying the teens to Philadelphia on his private jet. Albeit anonymously. Read morehere.
The clip, shot in Pismo Beach, California, opens with Jonas walking alone in the desert, interspersed with images of the singer stumbling across a raucous beach party.
A sleek sports car speeds along the beach as day turns to night, with clips of Jonas dancing next to a bonfire. Soon, the pop star is cavorting underwater with his love interest. Watch the videohere.
In a room full of film and TV icons, a handful of music stars helped keep host Stephen Colbert's ceremony feeling fresh and loose, including Chance the Rapper who assisted Colbert on show opener by dropping a surprise verse on the emcee's song and dance number.
"I love television, it's a pleasant distraction/But just imagine taking action/I like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, in fact I'm addicted/But where's the cop show where one gets convicted?" he rapped, peppering his TV reviews with timely cultural observations. Watch Chance the Rapper's cameo in the Emmy opening numberhere.
Rhett was performing at the York Fair when his wife, Lauren, walked onstage between songs with the couple's two daughters, Ada James (who was born on Aug. 12) and Willa Gray in tow. Willa is an old pro by now.
The crowd loved the intimate moment, given the rapturous response at seeing the Rhett family together onstage. Check out sweet momenthere.
The new collection includes a range of Akid fur slides, Malibu socks, San Fernando sweats, Point Dume t-shirts, Malibu Eagle crewnecks, and new tiny Yeezys.
West and Kardashian launched their first collection in May but the concept was a long time coming. "For the past few years Kanye and I have made almost all of our kids clothes and we have collaborated on a new kids line," Kardashian previously said. "TheKidsSupply has been what we've been working on for a long time. I'm so excited about this." Check out a few pieceshere.
The clip opens with Wayne looking pensive as a hip-hop beat plays in the background. That look soon turns to confusion when the music suddenly shifts into the opening guitar notes of the Rembrandts' 1995 song, "I'll Be There for You," better known as the Friends theme song.
Wayne just shrugs it off, and goes into an animated lip-sync to the song, with the lyrics updated to reflect NFL teams on the verge of going 0-2 at the start of the season. He even nails the handclaps.
"Please, don't go 0-2 (just 'cause you can't catch a ball)/Don't go 0-2 (you've never been there before)/Don't go 0-2 (I bet my whole paycheck on you)," are the lyrics to the revamped chorus.
Lil Wayne is a notorious sports fan (he wears a Kobe Bryant shirt in the video) and a hardcore Green Bay Packers supporter. Check out the fun cliphere.
The incarcerated rapper unveiled the tracklist with an Instagram post showing each song title being engraved in stone. The tape has only one feature, PnB Rock, who appears on the song, "Beautiful Scars."
The mixtape will include the previously released singles "No Love, "Had To" and "What If." It follows the mixtape, By Any Means, which was released back in 2014. Check out the full tracklistinghere.
Shell-shocked cast members shared the magical moment backstage at the Music Box Theatre on social media, including Laura Dreyfuss who captioned her Instagram photo of Beyonce with the cast, "I'm not okay."
Lead cast member Ben Platt captioned his photo: "The alien called me an alien and I'm no longer living." It looked to be quite a date night for Beyonce and JAY-Z, with the singer posting some glamorous shots of their night out on Instagram. See them allhere.
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