They join Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, P!nk Patti LuPone and Ben Platt who were previously announced as performers at this year's ceremony.
Fonsi and Yankee are nominated this year for "Despacito," which will vie for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. Justin Bieber, who appears on the nominated remix, has not been confirmed to join them onstage.
It seems likely that Burno and Cardi will perform their recently released remix of "Finesse," while the female MC competes for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song ("Bodak Yellow"). Logic's suicide awareness song "1-800-273-8255," is nominated for Song of the Year and Best Music Video. The track features Cara who has four nominations this year, and Khalid who has five. Read morehere.
Before the big reveal, he teased the news with four other nature clips that didn't contain music. To celebrate the impending announcement, Bentley staged a surprise performance last night (Jan. 9) at his Nashville bar Whiskey Row.
The singer and his band performed the Alan Jackson classic "If Dallas Was In Tennessee" and other '90s country hits under the pseudonym DB and Western Sunrise. Watch the teaser for The Mountain and check out Dierks playing his bar as DB and Western Sunrisehere.
The long-delayed movie was originally scheduled for release in 2015 under the title Too Honorable. The gritty gangsta-style shoot-em-up will be released by Lionsgate on February 16.
The film was directed by Dash, who plays the OG narrator. Cam'ron, Stacey Dash, Nicholas Turturro and Michael Rispoli also star in the movie. "Just showed my brother and executive producer the final version of #honorup …wanted his honest opinion cause he's snotty like me ..and he loved it," wrote Dash in an Instagram post." Check out the graphically violent trailer for Honor Uphere.
Director MarQuis Trill shared a trailer for Toronto to Houston on Instagram writing: "People always ask 'How did you get started?' Well one way was filming @Champagnepapi [Drake] in Houston, Tx. Every concert, event, club, or appearance that happened in H-Town, I was there."
"I'm talking 2009, as Drake was rising to the top of the music world," he continued. "He credits Houston for the culture and the impact it had on him with launching his career – specifically on May 8, 2009, the show at Warehouse Live."
The documentary does not currently have a release date, but the director wrote that it will be out this summer. Drake has yet to comment on the new film. Check out the trailerhere.
"Tequila" is a lovelorn number with vocals that address being able to drink anything, from whiskey to champagne without a problem. But when the scent of tequila is in the air, images of being with the girl that got away flood the vocalist's mind.
The song begins with a piano-driven intro, and the arrangement builds in emotion to an anthemic conclusion. The number is heightened by strong hooks, iconic harmonies and vivid imagery:
"When I taste tequila/ Baby I still see ya/ Cuttin' up the floor in a sorority T-shirt/ The same one you wore when we were sky-high in Colorado/ Lips pressed against the bottle swearing on a Bible/ Baby, I'll never leave ya'/ I remember how bad I need ya when I taste tequila." Listen to the songhere.
Swift made the big reveal on her app, The Swift Life: "I wanted to let you know first, the End Game video comes out tomorrow!" the singer shared. "Gonna be posting a few pictures on here before the trailer premieres on GMA tomorrow." A fan account shared the update via Twitter.
Michael Strahan and the Good Morning America crew confirmed Swift's message, announcing that the "End Game" video will get its first look on the ABC morning show on Jan. 11.
Last month, rumors circulated that Katy Perry would make a cameo in Swift's next music video. Fans won't have to wait long to find out if that's true! Read morehere.
"I can't describe how much we are looking forward to the tour this summer!" Gary LeVox said in a press statement. "We've been lucky enough to be in a position to tour consistently throughout our career, and last year felt like the perfect time to reset as we focused on the release of our 10th album."
"Coming back this year and with our friends Dan + Shay, who are some of the best guys around, as well as Carly who had an amazing year last year, makes it all the more exciting!" he added. "It's going to be an awesome time for us and the fans!"
While fans wait for tickets details to arrive, they can mark Feb. 18 on the calendar--that's when Rascal Flatts is set to perform the pre-race show at the 60th annual Daytona 500 on Fox. See tour detailshere.
The show stems from the popular segment which originated on The Late Late Show with James Corden and is hosted by Method Man and Hailey Baldwin.
Both ladies styled sparkly robes while bringing some major sassy vibes to the stage. The "Swingin' with My Eyes Closed" singer handled herself quite well as she took some shade during her opponent's performance.
Would it be worth the title for Trainor if she beat one of her idols? Watch Shania Twain's segment of Drop the Michere.
"I'm always excited for new JT music… Here's my cover of Filthy!," Ell shared on YouTube. "I've been out on the road in the studio a lot. So I hope I'll be coming to see you guys on the road soon….let me know what you want me to cover next!"
Watch a video clip of Lindsay Ell performing her unique take on Justin Timberlake's big new single "Filthy"here.
Iggy will regroup in 2018 with a new single and an A-list collaborator. During a Monster Products press conference at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, the Australian MC announced not only a product line with the company but her new single "Savior" featuring Migos' Quavo will debut in early February.
She added that "Savior" will be featured in a Super Bowl commercial for Monster, ensuring millions of eyeballs on her next musical outing. This will be the next offering from Iggy who began sharing previously unreleased material via social media before the end of 2017. She also confirmed in November that her next album, under a new label, will be titled Surviving the Summer. Read morehere.
The storyline of the new video follows a woman on a journey that starts on a bus and ends with a choreographed routine with a group of dancers in a field.
"We're Going Home" is taken from Vance Joy's upcoming album, Nation of Two, which is set to be released on Feb. 23. Watch the new cliphere.
Caddell's impassioned and emotional take on the Carey classic is one for the ages. Snow day announcements will never be the same. 'I sat down, and in 10 minutes I wrote the lyrics, and then my wife and I went on our porch, filmed it, and it was ready to go," Caddell told People of his inspired snow day announcement set to the Carey song. "Honestly, I grew up a big Mariah fan--it just gives me a flashback to that slow dance in middle school where the girl at the end told you she just wanted to be friends--but the song is slow so it would be easy to put words to."
This isn't Caddell's first foray into remixing classic tracks into snow day announcements. Earlier in the year, the clear front-runner for Principal of the Year gave Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" a similar treatment. The results: 'Snowhemian Rhapsody."
'We live in a day where all the news is cynical and tragic and discouraging, and I think people are just hungry for something positive, and something to give them some joy," Cadell explained. 'School, when I grew up, was boring, sterile and predictable, and I wanted to create a culture where people expect the unexpected. We wanted to create a place where, as teachers, we're being that adult we needed when we were kids." Check out the remixhere.
'They are challenging," Clarkson said, referring to raising children. 'Wine is necessary. They're great though. Out of the mouths of babes. They say stuff where you're like 'Damn.' They call you out. They teach me."
Clarkson has two children with her husband Brandon Blackstock and she's the stepmother to two other children. The OG American Idol winner said she learns as much from her kids as they learn from her and Blackstock.
'I know it sounds silly but kids teach you to be a better human. They're watching every moment, not only me at home but me sitting here with y'all," she said. 'I hope with our two boys and our two girls that they see their parents as successful, loving and respectful people 'cause that's what we want for them." Read morehere.
He even included the pooch in his new year's resolutions, promising to spoil him rotten. Young kicks off his Losing Sleep Tour today (Jan. 11) in Indianapolis, IN. Kane Brown and LANCO have been tapped as opening acts.
He first tweeted "Best Christmas present ever from my little sister... Meet Porter🐶🐶🐶 thank you Cedar Valley Canine !#germanshepherd https://t.co/MQkerYt3Ht— (@ChrisYoungMusic) December 29, 2017" See the photos and additional tweetshere.
"Over the past months I was genuinely excited about launching my upcoming line and collaboration with H&M," G-Eazy shared on social media.
"Unfortunately, after seeing the disturbing image yesterday, my excitement over our global campaign quickly evaporated, and I've decided at this time our partnership needs to end. Whether an oblivious oversight or not, it's truly sad and disturbing that in 2018, something so racially and culturally insensitive could pass by the eyes of so many (stylist, photographer, creative and marketing teams) and be deemed acceptable. I can't allow for my name and brand to be associated with a company that could let this happen. I hope that this situation will serve as the wake up call that H&M and other companies need to get on track and become racially and culturally aware, as well as more diverse at every level."
Following the wave of backlash from the ad, H&M responded by apologizing, pulling the photo and removing the product from sale. See the rapper's Instagram posthere.
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