Fans have already heard "Filthy" from the album and JT appeared with his wife (two-time nominee Jessica Biel) at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards. Amid the craziness, Timberlake found time to schedule a tour, which kicks off March 13 in Ontario.
The North American arena tour will hit major cities including Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The 27-date run wraps up May 30 in Timberlake's hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. See the dateshere.
The Beautiful Trauma hitmaker has been confirmed to open the game with "The Star-Spangled Banner." With the announcement, P!nk joins a pantheon of stars who've sung the song at Super Bowls past:
Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Cher, Diana Ross and more. Last year, Luke Bryan did the honors. Read morehere.
In an interview last year with Variety, it was revealed that Underwood wrote the song at the urging of Sunday Night Football's executive producer, Fred Gaudelli.
"I think it's going to become a sports anthem," Gaudelli told Variety. "It's going to be one of those songs that you see cut to highlights for the next 25 years."
The empowering anthem has Underwood belting the lyrics, "I am invincible, unbreakable, unstoppable, unshakable," alongside slick beats. While the full song has yet to be played, Underwood's husband Mike Fisher got an early preview.
"My husband loved it," Underworld says of Fisher, who played with NHL team the Nashville Predators before retiring after last season. "He would listen to it before playoff games. He was like 'I want everyone to hear it!' and I had to tell him, 'You can't do that. You can't play it in the locker room. I'm sorry.' But that was a good indicator that we were on the right track." "The Champion" will arrive on Jan. 12. Listen to the previewhere.
"It's my birthday week! My birthday wish is for everyone to send love and prayers to my sister, Loretta Lynn, who fell and broke her hip last week," Gaye shared on Twitter on Monday (Jan. 8).
"I was with Loretta yesterday," Gaye added. "She is in good spirits and is doing as well as can be expected with this type of injury." See the post below.
This latest health challenge follows the country icon spending much of 2017 recovering from a stroke. See the tweethere.
"Y'all saw the tracklist and had a fit," Em spits. "Before you heard it/So you formed your verdict/While you sat with your arms crossed/Did your little reaction videos and talked over songs."
"Revival's wack, I don't like the zombie track…/Where's all the content at?/What's with all the conscious rap?/Pink, Beyonce this, and Kehlani that/I just add it to the fuel in my rocket pack," he adds later in the track. Listen to the very NSFW "Chloraseptic" remixhere.
"Working with Steve was such an incredible experience, I love his energy and am such a fan of what he brings to the music," Jauregui said in a press release of the collaboration. "This song was so special to work on, perfecting and vocal producing, and writing. So grateful to Steve for trusting me and my process."
"I'm such a fan of Lauren and her incredible voice," Aoki added. "Working together was a no-brainer for me - she is crazy talented and I'm so proud of this song." Watch the videohere.
It's something that's close to Morris' heart, as she Texas native participated in a songwriting camp in California through the organization as a teen. "It changed my life a great deal," the singer remembers of the trip during an interview announcing her position. "It was just so cool to have that opportunity."
"Education, songwriting, Texas, you blend those all together and that's what the heart of me is and so to be the honorary chairman … is really incredible," she says regarding the honor. "I like to represent Texas in any way, shape or form that I can, so this is a huge honor."
Previous to Morris, the position was held by the spiritual godfather of Texas music, Willie Nelson. "It's obviously an honor," she says of following Nelson. "I had the opportunity to open for him this year out in Santa Barbara, and it was the first time I'd ever really been that close to him. He pulled us all up onstage at the very end and you just see this legend become like a real person in that moment."
"Making music dreams come true is what we at TMP are all about, and Maren's story is just another in a long line of continued music education success stories," according to a press release. "We can't wait to see what more music Maren brings us and the help she can bring in spreading the word on saving the arts in Texas." Watch Maren Morris interviewed by TMP executive director Michael Clayhere.
Sia, Julia Michaels, Bishop Briggs, Dua Lipa and Hailee Steinfeld are just some of the artists who will join Liam Payne and Rita Ora on the soundtrack for the highly anticipated third movie in the Fifty Shades series.
Jessie J, Danny Elfman, Jacob Banks Miike Snow are also among the acts featured on the album. Actor Jamie Dornan, who plays Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades movies, will also contribute to the soundtrack with his take on Paul McCartney's 1970 hit, "Maybe I'm Amazed." See the full tracklisthere.
The couple visited the hurricane ravaged island to announce the launch of the Puerto Rico Federally Qualified Health Centers Disaster Recovery Fund, which will assist health centers providing care to underserved communities still reeling from the effects of 2017's Hurricane Maria.
At a press conference announcing the fund, Lopez, who was wearing black, also spoke about the Time's Up movement and her support for equal treatment of women in Puerto Rico.
"We are humbled and proud to be a part of this effort," she said. "Today is the Golden Globes in Los Angeles. A lot of the women with hashtag #timesup are standing up for equality, to be treated equally and for sexual harassment. And I stand here today in black doing the same, from far away. It's the same here in Puerto Rico, we want to be treated equally."
After the press conference, Lopez and Rodriguez stuck around to dance to plena, "an Afro-Indigenous and highly syncopated rhythmic music rooted in oral tradition," according to Billboard.
"Even the brutal devastation suffered in Puerto Rico isn't dampening the spirit or resolve of its resilient citizens," Rodriguez shared on Instagram. "They are filled with joy, hope and positive attitudes in the face of disaster, and it is truly inspiring. See footage of the couple's visit to Puerto Ricohere.
"Woke up this morning shocked and embarrassed by this photo," the pop star shared on Twitter on Monday (Jan. 8). "I'm deeply offended and will not be working with H&M anymore…"
The ad, which the Weeknd shared with his tweet, has generated a deluge of outraged responses, with many calling the company's apology for the ad as not enough.
The Weeknd, however, is the highest profile celebrity to come out in opposition to the H&M campaign so far. The singer worked with the company on multiple projects, both as a model and collaborating on signature clothing items. See the tweethere.
It's thank to one of the movie's most famous scenes, which finds star Steve Carell suffering through a blindingly painful chest-waxing session. Among a slew of colorful expletives Carell's character spews during the scene, one of the most memorable is when the actor blurts out Clarkson's name after having another chunk of hair ripped from his chest.
Almost 13 years later, and Clarkson and Carell have finally met to laugh about the legendary film scene. The two came together at last night's (Dec. 7) Golden Globes, and both shared their meeting on social media.
"Finally," Carell said on Twitter alongside a photo of the two posing together. "One of my favorite moments of my life! I love you and your lovely wife!," Clarkson shared on Twitter with Carell's post, adding the hashtag #ahhhhhhhstevecarell. See the tweetshere.
And while you know Vance Joy as the tall Aussie who plays guitar and sings folksy, often romantic songs with a hint of vibrato, you may not know him as a former gardener, law student, or the next Tony Hawk. (Okay, so he only recently learned how to skate, but who knows--he could end up giving some of those original Z-Boys a run for their money some day!)
In our exclusive interview, get to know the many sides of Vance Joy, from his days as Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour opener to the days preceding the release of his upcoming album, Nation of Two.
Did we mention he manages to dish on each topic in just three words? Because he does. (See what we did there?)Nation of Two drops Feb. 23 via Atlantic. Watch the interviewhere.
"Baby Ninjas," Scott captioned the Instagram post. "I'm still absolutely floored by the fact that we are created to carry life, and that they MOVE like this within us.
"As I'm nearing the end of carrying these two precious little girls, I'm trying to soak up these (slightly less uncomfortable) moments that I will miss and try to hold in my heart forever." Watch the videohere.
While Carey didn't go home with an award for her song "The Star" from the movie of the same name, she left with a story she'll be telling for years to come; she stole Meryl Streep's seat!
Carey was delayed by a trip to the bathroom during a commercial break and grabbed the first seat she saw when she returned. Unfortunately for the singer, the seat happened to be reserved for a very famous actress.
"Got caught mingling on the way to the loo during a commercial break," she tweeted. "Took the first seat available, happens to be right next to Steven Spielberg. Cut to next commercial break, guess who comes back to her seat…"
The pop diva profusely apologized to the legendary actress: "Dear Meryl, please forgive me!!! You can take my seat any time!" Read morehere.
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