Jay Z is set to be the musical guest on September 30 with host Ryan Gosling, Sam Smith will perform on Oct. 7 with Wonder Woman Gal Gadot hosting,
Pink will take the stage on Oct. 14 with Silicon Alley's Kumail Nanjiani handling hosting duties. Check out the announcement tweet from the television showhere.
The "Swish Swish" singer shared a slew of photos for the tour kick off show via her Instagram account, giving fans a taste of what they can expect when the tour treks to their city.
Perry was forced to delay the start of the tour due to "unavoidable production delays," and it looks as though that extra time really paid off. Check out the photoshere.
The 25-year-old pop star sat down with McCabe from 97.1 AMP Radio in Los Angeles to talk about being part of the grand big-screen adventure. "I've seen the movie at this point," Jonas revealed. "They showed me a cut, and it looks awesome. It's super funny."
The singer went on to explain that this new reboot, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, will work for fans of the original as well as new viewers not familiar with the 1995 version.
"If you like the first one, you'll love it because it's not a sequel or anything like that. It's a new story." Watch the new trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Junglehere.
Swift is seen petting and talking to a rat situated on a dinner plate, calling it her "best co-star ever" and expressing her desire to take the rodent home. That may not work out. As Taylor explains, her cats "will try to murder you hard."
Watch Taylor Swift and her new furry friend in the latest Behind the scenes clip that she has shared with her fanshere.
The video captures Fergie showing off a slew of different looks (including a black bob wig) and dancing to the song in a variety of city settings, from the recording studio to an abandoned warehouse.
The clip culminates in a big party with Fergie performing "Like It Ain't Nuttin'" to an adoring crowd. Check out the new promotional music video and join in the funhere.
In a backstage interview before his second show at the Capital One Arena Wednesday, Sheeran gave the backstory to 94.7 Fresh FM. Two years ago, Sheeran said, he was leaving Wembley Stadium after his show and passed a warehouse that was "poppin.'"
"There's this amazing band playing and Dave Chappelle on stage with a microphone," he continued. The harmonica player recognized Sheeran and pulled him on stage to jam "for like an hour."
The next night, Sheeran had a party that was "just me and like 12 of my schoolmates and Dave Chappelle. It was really, really weird." "Ever since then when he has jams and he's in town, I go and jam," he said. Check out photos from the D.C. Jam sessionhere.
The first trailer for Isle of Dogs was released this week, and it arrived with an appropriately surreal soundtrack song to match the movie's dreamlike mood.
Unless you're a scholar on pop music from the 1960s, it's likely the very first time you've heard the song: "I Won't Hurt You," by West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. The group was a short-lived (1965-1970) psychedelic rock outfit out of Los Angeles known for elaborate and mind-bending light shows.
"I Won't Hurt You" was found on the group's 1966 debut album, Volume One, which also contained a slew of cover versions of Bob Dylan, the Kinks and more. Isle of Dogs is set to debut in theaters on March 23, 2018. Check out the trailerhere.
The melancholy visual features the former One Direction singer traveling through a city alone, longing for a love lost.
The track appears on Horan's highly anticipated solo debut album Flicker, which is set to be released on October 20. Check out Niall's new videohere.
Brooklyn's finest will be joined by the windy city's Vic Mensa on the tour, with Mensa slated to open all of JAY-Z's shows across North America.
The tour kicks off on Oct. 27 in Anaheim, CA, before winding its way back to nearby Los Angeles, CA, for the finale on Dec. 21. See the dateshere.
It's described as a coming-of-age story of a two friends looking for a record deal before going off to college and the military. Together they share 'one wild night," according to Variety.
The project, which lists Russell Simmons as one of its producers, will be shot in New York and is directed by Ian Edleman (How To Make It In America).
The After Party also stars Kyle Harvey, Teyana Taylor, Jordan Rock, and Blair Underwood, plus promises a host of celebrity cameos. Read morehere.
The next night the somewhat dynamic duo was back with a new comedy sketch: a "Lip Sync Conversation" featuring hits by Adele, DJ Khaled, Ed Sheeran, Miley Cyrus and more. Writers worked popular song lyrics into a conversation between Fallon and Lovato, and when the music started, each just lip-synced along.
The subject matter was fairly mundane, but the results were hilarious. They discussed weekend plans like apple picking and their recent dreams, interwoven with songs like Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" and Harry Styles' "Sign of the Times." Demi's own "Sorry Not Sorry" even made an appearance. Watch the funny cliphere.
"Happy Birthday to my OG…love you for life," he wrote on Instagram. "And I always got you covered like your moustache does your top lip…my man."
We're sure Dennis Graham will be quick to volley back similar sentiments on October 24 when Drake turns 31. Check out Drizzy's touching post to his dadhere.
The 23-city tour is being launched in support of Rexha's new album, All Your Fault- Part 2 and Marc E. Bassy's album, Gossip Column (due for release Oct. 13)
The trek is scheduled to kick off in Seattle, WA, winding across North American before wrapping up Nov. 19 in Santa Ana, CA. See the full itineraryhere.
Witnessed by 200 of their closest family and friends, Lancaster's fiancee Tiffany Trotter walked down the aisle to Coldplay's "Til Kingdom Come" in a gown by Maggie Sottero, while the LANCO singer wore a custom Kenneth Cole suit.
After exchanging personalized vows, the newlyweds hit the dance floor for their first dance to Ray LaMontagne's "Let It Be Me," followed by bluegrass square dancing for all. Read morehere.
The two are shown doing training drills together, with the toddler going to great pains to emulate the football star's footwork. "Coach Pappa Russ and Juicy Man!" Ciara posted on Twitter. "That boy got quick feet for his age!"
Future Zahir, Ciara's son with rapper Future, recently scored a modeling gig for Gap Kids. Probably a lot safer than a future on the gridiron. Check out the cute videohere.
"Who says you can't do fashion week at home!" Spears wrote next to a video montage of the star modeling a variety of looks on a makeshift runway at her palatial estate.
Spears looks fabulous as she shows off the series of outfits, boasting well-toned abs and legs as she walks to Tracy Chapman's 1995 hit, "Give Me One Reason." Check out the fun posthere.
The pair was partying together at the bar when they decided to hit the decks, with Skrillex playing DJ for nearly two hours with Sheeran serving as his hype-man.
"Skrillex asked me if he could jump on the decks," DJ Alex Peace wrote on Facebook with a video clip of the moment. "Ed Sheeran said to me, 'I didn't think he was gonna do it.' This is what happened at the end of his 90 minute DJ set." Watch the video, which contains some explicit language,here.
Her bachelorette party was a well-documented weekend of fun for her fans, thanks to the singer's Instagram account. Ballerini is set to tie the knot this December.
Ballerini and her bridesmaids posed in front of a pink limousine on the Las Vegas Strip, hung out at the pool in bride and bridesmaids bathing suits, and hit up Jennifer Lopez's All I Have show. Check out all the fun pictureshere.
They'll even stand behind a fiberglass partition while Corden launches food at them. Last night, Nick Jonas gamely joined Corden for a sketch in which he plays not just a Late Late Show intern--but a very, very bad one.
The sketch begins when Corden complains about his empty mug. "This mug's completely empty," he says. "Why is my--sorry, I was a bit parched. We'll start again. Can I get some water in here? It's a simple thing, isn't it? The interns here, they basically have one job and they can't even get that right."
Jonas emerges with a bottle of water and fills Corden's cup. Then James asks for a pastry and Jonas digs one out of his pocket--promising it's fine to eat, except for a few hairs. Finally, Nick makes it up to Corden by offering him a shoulder massage. Watch the hilarious sketch unfoldhere.
Produced by Greg Kurstin and featuring appearances from Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake, Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men, Alison Mosshart of the Kills and Dave Koz, Concrete and Gold sets the vanguard for rock is 2017 and beyond.
"I think it's our most psychedelic record, and our weirdest," drummer Taylor Hawins told Rolling Stone. It's an apt statement, as the band's frontman and rock evangelist Dave Grohl takes the challenge of making a new Foo Fighters record truly exciting and innovative very seriously.
"I've always been afraid of becoming a heritage act," Grohl stressed. "I feel like we have to prove ourselves over and over to be a band worth following." He continues to Rolling Stone , "When it comes to the music, 'our formula is pretty simple.' When you put us in a room, it sounds like the band. So the challenge is to figure out how that evolves."
When asked about the album's overarching theme, Grohl has pointed to the title track, the last song on the set. "There's sort of a theme within the eleven songs that goes from beginning to end, so this is kind of the resolve of the entire record," he explained. "The chorus [of the song 'Concrete And Gold'] says, 'I have an engine made of gold, something so beautiful. The world will never know. Our roots are stronger than you know. Up through the concrete we will grow.' It's kind of beautiful." Read morehere.
Flowers got candid about her journey and how navigating the experience together made him want to share the subject matter with listeners. "My wife has PTSD [Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder]," he told NME. "She has a version called Complex PTSD. It's when a person has had multiple traumatic experiences. Her whole life, she's been covering it, pretending it isn't there. For whatever reason, in her 30s, it's decided to really manifest itself and that's what I'm going through with my family."
"Usually I feel protective of her, but I decided to take it head on," he continued. "So 'Rut' is about her submitting to it. She got severely depressed and it wasn't until she sought counseling and got a name for what was going on that it helped."
Flowers expressed his appreciation for the hard work Tana has done to take care of her mental health. Read morehere.
Kelly admits in a new interview with Fresh 102.7's Karen & Jeffrey that living in Los Angeles pre-American Idol allowed her to wrap her head around the music business early on, which prepared her for the things she knew she would and would not do for fame -- and votes.
"I think honestly at the end of the day I've always been the same kid in the sense of 'this is what you get,'" Kelly said "Even the producers of [American Idol], it drove them nuts that I never wore makeup or didn't like getting dolled up."
"From the get-go, I really am happy that I really was myself right off the bat, so I didn't have to hold up some image that was unattainable for me -- because I'm very low-key," she continued. "I'm probably the opposite of what you'd think of as a pop star." Read morehere.
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