"Watching Bruce Arians' life story NFL channel," Shelton tweeted regarding the former coach of the Arizona Cardinals who recently retired after decades in the game to spend more time with his family. "Damn proud to call you my friend coach. Enjoy your retirement!!! I'll be joining you REAL soon brother!!" Shelton added the hashtag #hero.
Response to the tweet has been fast and furious, with fans practically begging Shelton to maintain his career. A separate contingent of responses encourages the star to follow his heart. Read morehere.
Artists scheduled to perform at the memorial include Alison Krauss with Street Corner Symphony, Ricky Skaggs, Brenda Lee, Jamey Johnson, Collin Raye, Daryle Singletary, Lorrie Morgan, Ira Dean, Ray Stevens, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers.
The late singer's children, Pam Tillis, Sonny Tillis and Carrie April Tillis, are also slated to take the stage. Tillis' band, the Statesiders, will accompany some of the performances (via Tennessean). Read morehere.
Fans have already heard "Never Be The Same," which earned a post. But she also debuted snippets of two never-before-heard tracks "All These Years" and "She Loses Control".
"All These Years" features percussive harmonies with the lyrics: "And it was just a quick hit/ and you had to go…and you probably will never know." And "She Loses Control" includes the lyrics "She loves control, she wants it her way."
The teasers are accompanied by animation on notebook paper and don't give too much away, so fans will have to wait eight days to enjoy the full Camila experience. Listen to previews from Camila's debut studio albumhere.
'It's probably one of my favorite songs I've ever written," Puth said in a press release of the smooth, soulful song that makes the most of Boyz II Men's soaring melodies.
Riding on stacked vocals and a simple finger-snap, the track is drenched in the '90s aesthetic that Boyz II Men took to the top of the charts during that decade. Listen to "If You Leave Me Now"here.
DJ Amorphous released a megamix of the track featuring iconic verses from legendary female rappers: Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliott, Lil Kim, Queen Latifah, TLC's Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Lauryn Hill and Foxy Brown. The mix gathers these ladies' best flows and layers them over Bruno's exuberant throwback beat.
The songs featured include Kim's "Crush On You," and Brown's guest spot on Case's "Touch Me, Tease Me." Listen up for Missy's "Get Ur Freak On," Lauryn Hill's "Doo-Wop (That Thing)" and Latifah's "Black Hand Side." Read morehere.
The flashy short film was directed by Academy Award nominee Ava DuVernay, and features a star-studded cast including Jessica Chastain, Michael B. Jordan, Thandie Newton, America Ferrera, Brie Larson, Rashida Jones, Mindy Kaling and Rosario Dawson.
The clip weaves an elaborate tale that spans thousands of years, culminating in 2018 with an image of JAY-Z leading daughter Blue Ivy into a church. The rest of the clip finds JAY-Z rapping the track from a confessional booth, with Beyonce singing from the pulpit. The wild clip contains explicit lyrics, watch ithere.
In her share from the beach, Spears poses with her two sons and dons a yellow bikini, a wide-brimmed hat and mirrored shades. "Me and my boys enjoying the warm weather!!! ," She captioned the post.
Lady Gaga's post shows her checking in from a tropical location as well, wearing a gorgeous white bikini and reflecting on her wishes for the new year. "Happy New Year. To happiness. Health. Love. And to the simplicity of beautiful unforgettable nature, life," she wrote. Check out theirhere.
"So, I'm insecure about my legs in this picture but I'm posting it because I look so happy and this year I've decided I'm letting go of my perfectionism and embracing freedom from self criticism," she wrote, sharing a photo of herself in a bathing suit.
"Learning to love my body the way it is is challenging but life changing," Lovato added. "Giving up my eating disorder has been the most challenging journey of my life but I work every day towards solid recovery even if I mess up sometimes. Today I'm feeling strong. You all can do it too. It IS possible. Thank you God for this new chapter in my life."
The singer has been candid about her battles with eating disorders, recently sharing before and after photos contrasting how she looked at different points of her recovery. See the full posthere.
"Watching the Rock wait to get on his private jet to China on ig has me feeling the same way I did when I was a little kid watching the junior high kids wait to get on their bus… thanks for the inspiration @TheRock I'm gonna be like you one day."
The former champion WWF wrestler saw the complimentary tweet and responded, "Haha thanks, but I wanna be like you you rockstar," as well as a congratulatory message about the singer's personal life, 'Congrats on the baby news brother."
Wentz was so touched that The Rock responded, tweeting, "So now we know what tweet to put on my tombstone." See their exchangehere.
Among those who had a tough time taking in those scenes was Kidman's husband, Keith Urban.Kidman opened up about her country star hubby's reaction to some of her more intense dramatic roles of 2017, including Big Little Lies and feature film, The Killing of a Sacred Deer during a recent interview with W.
"[Keith Urban] is an artist. Um, he did have a hard time when he watched The Killing of a Sacred Deer," Kidman revealed. "He saw it at the Cannes Film Festival and he was sort of hypnotized and shattered by it. [Laughs.] And when he watched Big Little Lies he was disturbed; he says that when he hears me scream or cry from a certain place in my soul it's almost like it goes straight into him and he has a visceral reaction immediately. Because his brain and his heart doesn't discern between acting and real life. They're the same sounds for him. It throws him."
Kidman praised her husband in the interview, calling him a good man who supports her and their children 100 percent. Read morehere.
Moore was on a well-deserved break after a year of achievements. The Tifton, Georgia native released his album Slowheart in 2017, and toured in support of the project on his Plead the Fifth tour. He also wrapped a movie project on the making of his album, The Journey to Slowheart.
Moore will tour worldwide, kicking off on Feb. 10 in San Antonio, Texas, making some stops across America before hitting the United Kingdom, Australia and ending up in Calgary, Canada. Read morehere.
Bieber himself signed off on the exhibit over coffee at a local Tim Horton's donut shop, revealed museum general manager, John Kastner. "We . . . had a very brief conversation with him here, and he was very appreciative - couldn't have been nicer," Kastner told the Stratford Beacon Herald, "and just expressed how much he appreciated the fact that the museum was doing an exhibit."
The exhibit's title was inspired by Bieber's early years busking on the steps of the local Avon Theatre as a kid. "The steps of the Avon Theatre was probably the turning point (in his life), but for many people around here, they knew he was talented years before that," Kastner explained. Read morehere.
Solange Knowles was also selected to participate in the project, which aligns a dozen aesthetically-similar people into a grid of photographs. For his project, all of Lang's subjects wear a mix of new and vintage pieces from his collections over the years. West, a longtime Lang fan, wore his own archival pieces for the image (via Vogue).
"Established in 1994, Exactitudes is an ongoing photographic project by Ari Versluis and Ellie Uyttenbroek focused on documenting underground subcultures and global communities," reads Lang's Instagram post for the project. "To celebrate Helmut Lang Re-Edition, Isabella Burley invited Exactitudes to capture cross-generational Helmut Lang collectors and fans wearing Volumes 1 and 2, marking their first collaboration with a brand."
See the posthere.
"Hard not to get emotional while meeting this precious angel today oh my Lord what a blessing! @thubbmusic @hayley_hubbard so so proud of y'all!" Kelley posted on social media along with a photo of the encounter.
"What a beautiful story God is writing. Y'all got parents of the year on lock already." Check out the sweet posthere.
"Any tips for writers & singers planning a move there ready to work for a career like yours?," the fan asked in response to a throwback photo Maren posted of the day she and her mother drove from Dallas to Nashville to launch her career.
"Be patient, lose your ego, be friendly but not aggressive, find your tribe, LISTEN, and learn from the best," Morris shared. "Go to rounds, go to meetings, hole up and figure out why your favorite songs are your favorite. And wait." See the tweetshere.
Megyn Kelly introduced Janson's "Drunk Girl" to her audience as a "message of personal integrity." The 31-year-old revealed he penned the track with songwriters Tom Douglas and Scooter Carusoe.
Although "Drunk Girl" is probably not what you expected judging by the title, the lyrics are as a real as it gets. Janson wrote the song with his good friends from a fatherly perspective. Watch Chris Janson's live performance of "Drunk Girl"here.
"I say it seemed obvious to me, but if I'm honest, it didn't always," Bono reveals in the piece. "I have been home-schooled on this issue in a very powerful way by my wife Ali and our two daughters (Jordan and Eve)."
The singer talks about the conversation in his household back in 2016 when he was recognized as Glamour magazine's first Man of the Year along with their annual selection of Women of the Year.
"Jordan reminds me, there is nowhere on earth where women have the same opportunity as men. Nowhere," he writes. "Which has something to do with the fact that around the world, there are 130 million girls who are not in school. That's so many girls that, if they made up their own country, it would be bigger in population than Germany or Japan." Read morehere.
We recently caught up with Kelly Clarkson for an exclusive interview where she opened up about everything from her new music to her style of parenting. In fact, it's safe to say that Kelly knows a thing or two about parenting. The American Idol (and upcoming coach on The Voice) has a 3-year-old daughter, River Rose, and a 1-year-old son, Remy. Plus, she is a stepmother to 16-year-old, Savannah, and 9-year-old, Seth.
Kelly is a major celebrity, so how does she handle moments when her toddler daughter has a meltdown in public? "She's (River Rose) been crying in public and I've totally carried her out (of a public place) going 'enjoy your day,' Clarkson told us. "People obviously recognize me."
Kelly also went on to say that she's not "above a spanking." Though as she clarifies in the interview, she just means "a tap" on her daughter's "bottom." Read morehere.
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