"Reflecting on the past six years since we started on X-Factor, we've realized just how far we've come and we appreciate everything so much, more now than ever," band members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen and Lauren Jauregui wrote in a post on social media. 'We've really had one hell of a memorable journey together and can't begin to express our gratitude to y'all for coming along with us on this wild ride!"
The group, which formed in 2012 on the Simon Cowell show, saw member Camila Cabello leave the fold in late 2016, with Fifth Harmony firing back at the singer with a shade-throwing performance at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.
"After six years going hard, non stop, we also realized that in order to stay authentic to ourselves and to you, we do need to take some time for now to go on hiatus from Fifth Harmony in order to pursue solo endeavors," the group shared in the message." Read morehere.
In between songs, the rapper reportedly could be found taking sips from a bottle of Luc Belaire Rose and was nice enough to share his drink with some ladies in the front row.
The performance marked Ross' first time on stage since he was hospitalized after being found unresponsive in his Miami home in early March. See moments from the showhere.
The occasion: supporting Jason Aldean in Atlanta on July 21, on his High Noon Neon tour. The announcement came during a press conference by Aldean to promote his upcoming concert in Atlanta.
Rucker, who's currently on tour in Australia, sent a video message to say, "One night only, we're getting the band back together to play with Jason". Aldean chipped in to state that Hootie and the Blowfish were right at the top of his wishlist of support acts for the show. Read morehere.
The song is from the group's third album Culture II, which came out in January, and the video is an homage to the '70s music and dance program Soul Train.
The host of Culture Ride, the fictional show Migos are playing, is none other than Jamie Foxx (as Ron Delirious). The clip also features a cameo from Lil Yachty. Watch "Walk It Talk It"here.
"God created music for everyone to enjoy so we cannot limit ourselves by people's fears and insecurities," Wonder said, when asked by TMZ about Mars' use of African American styles in his music even though he's not black.
"He's a great talent so the other stuff is just bulló-," asserted Stevie. "He was inspired by great musicians and great artists and songwriters, so that's good. God created music for everybody." Read morehere.
"See you soon SNL!," Boseman shared on Twitter about his first gig hosting the show. For her part, Cardi B has been too busy working on her debut album to promote the appearance on social media.
The rapper broke a month-long silence on Twitter to share that she is indeed working on the full-length, and that her "man," Migos rapper Offset, grabbing her some Chick-fil-A "at this time means Soo much to me then any Jewerly he ever got me." See her tweetshere.
The song now comes with a wacky new video-in-a-video that finds Antonoff in a When Harry Met Sally rom-com-styled clip, with an emphasis on the comedy.
The video finds Antonoff hopelessly attempting to film the movie's ending and climatic kiss between Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, only to be thwarted at every turn, and painfully so.
The creative clip is an ideal visual for the peppy new track from Love, Simon, the current box office hit about a teen coming to terms with his sexuality. Watch the videohere.
The 2018 ACM New Artist Nominee is currently on his sold-out 55-city debut headlining tour, joins Jason Aldean on the Summer 2018 They Don't Know Tour , before heading overseas this Fall.
While touring Europe on the C2C Festival earlier this month with capacity crowds in London, Dublin and Glasgow, Combs surprised festival attendees with the news of his full headlining return this fall. Fans met Combs's London debut at The O2 this week with an arena full of 15,000 singing back, not only Combs' 2x Platinum hit "Hurricane" and "When It Rains It Pours", but even the North Carolina country star's unreleased tracks "Beer Never Broke My Heart" and fan favorite cuts from his first independently released EPs like "She Got The Best Of Me" and "Can I Get An Outlaw."
The celebration included an art auction and a portrait of Sidney Poitier hit the block. Six-year-old Blue Ivy entered a bidding war with none other than writer-director-producer Tyler Perry, making a $19,000 bid on the piece.
JAY-Z supervised Blue Ivy's bids and seemed to reign her in when the stakes rose to $20,000. You've got to know when to hold 'em, when to fold 'em, when to walk away and so on. This didn't look like Blue Ivy's first time bidding on expensive art and most likely won't be her last. Ultimately, Tyler Perry won. Read morehere.
Brown is the guitarist in her band. The singer shared the good news on Instagram, posting photos of the happy couple next to the Eiffel Tower and her engagement ring.
See the posthere.
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