Theo Wargo/WireImage Is Harry Styles going under the sea? Well, he's certainly going viral! Fans got a humorous treat this week when photos of the "Watermelon Sugar" hit maker surfaced dressed in an Ariel costume from The Little Mermaid. Straight from the underwater kingdom of Atlantica, Harry can be seen donning a red wig, seashell bra and aquamarine mermaid's tale while striking a dramatic pose on a pink velvet chair. To top it off, he has a cigarette in one hand and raises a glass of champagne in another. According to Newsweek, the images are from a photoshoot the Grammy winner did when he served as host and musician guest on Saturday Night Live in 2019. This isn't the first time he's had a mermaid connection. In 2014, when asked why he got a mermaid tattoo, Harry responded, "I am a mermaid." Additionally, Harry was offered the role of Prince Eric in the upcoming live action remake of The Little Mermaid, with Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle set to play the..
Warner Records Bebe Rexha is making Better Mistakes with her new album. The superstar has announced that her sophomore effort will drop on May 7, featuring collaborations with Ty Dolla $ign, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, Lil Uzi Vert and more. The album announcement comes with the arrival of "Sabotage," a ballad in which Bebe admits to being her own worst enemy and "the queen of burning bridges." "Why do I sabotage everything I love?/It's always beautiful until I mess it up/Why do I sabotage everything I love?/The walls are closin' in because I built them up," she sings. “‘Sabotage’ is one of the most vulnerable songs on my new album, Better Mistakes. It’s just as beautiful as it is painfully honest," says Bebe. "I admit to getting in my own way when things are going well. I know I am not alone in experiencing self-sabotage during life’s most precious moments, and this ballad is an acknowledgment that sometimes we are our own worst enemy." Better Mistakes follow..
Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Spotify And baby makes three! Three-time Grammy nominee J Balvin confirmed Thursday that he is adding a new member to his growing family. The "Mi Gente" artist's girlfriend, Valentina Ferrer, shared the good news on Thursday by releasing her spread for Vogue México. The black and white photo shows Ferrer, 27, displaying her growing stomach as Balvin, 35, wraps his arms around her, placing his hands on her belly. "Se va agrandando la familia," the Argentinian actress wrote, which means "The family is growing," and closed off the sweet caption with a pink beating heart emoji. Balvin also took to his own Instagram stories to praise the love of his life, sharing the post and gushing in Spanish, "You will be a great mother." Ferrer described the rush of emotions she's been experiencing since becoming pregnant in the magazine interview, telling Vogue México, "I did three [pregnancy] tests in a row because I couldn't believe it." Ferrer ..
Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty Images) Word of the wise: When Louis Tomlinson calls you, you better pick up or face the consequences. The British singer took exception when his old One Direction bandmate, Liam Payne, was not answering his calls and, as punishment, put him on blast on social media. On Thursday, Liam took to his Instagram stories to show off his new haircut and painting of the late Prince Philip around the same time Louis was trying to get him to pick up the phone. After awhile, Louis decided to troll the "Strip That Down" singer by ratting him out to his 35 million Twitter followers. "I see you on Instagram lad @LiamPayne , answer your phone," Tomlinson tweeted, capping off his call out post with five exclamation points. The 29-year-old singer made it known he was keeping tabs on Liam and followed up in another tweet, "Boss drawing and that but get your priorities straight." Louis' two callout posts inspired his fans to also pester the "For You" crooner an..
Virgin Records April 16 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Janet Jackson’s blockbuster seventh studio album, All for You. In honor of the milestone, here are five fascinating facts about the album. 5. Janet made All for You after divorcing René Elizondo Jr., whom she’d secretly married in 1991. He's the guy whose hands were covering her breasts on the cover of Rolling Stone in 1993. Despite the split, her producer, Jimmy Jam, said Janet was optimistic about the future, which is why the album was carefree, fun and upbeat. 4. Janet said All for You is “a suite of songs that helped me move from one emotional level to another.” She added, “I feel free, and there’s nothing more wonderful than freedom.” As MTV noted, the album's two themes were "the liberation that comes with ending a bad relationship, and sex." 3. All for You debuted at number one with the biggest opening sales week of Janet’s career, selling more than 605,000 copies. It’s since sold more than seven..
Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images Katy Perry did not mince words when expressing her true feelings about social media. Taking to Twitter on Thursday, via an account that boasts nearly 110 million followers, the 36-year-old singer unexpectedly launched into a rant about online culture. "Social media is trash," she tweeted out on Thursday, but provided no context behind her opinion. Instead, she intensified her rant using a follow up tweet, where she likened social media to "the decline of human civilization" and ended her remark with the hashtag "#isaidwhatisaid." This isn't the first time the "Smile" singer has spoken out about her grief with social media. In 2018, she expressed concern that people are spending too much time obsessing over how they appear online. Speaking to Refinery29, Katy explained at the time, "A lot of us are living for that picture, and then the currency is the like. It’s hard because I’d rather not care about that and just live my life." "We buy clot..
Island Records In her music video for “Dancing with the Devil,” Demi Lovato reenacts the night of her near-fatal overdose in 2018. Now, in a new edition of Vevo Footnotes, we see what went into that process. We learn the video took two days to shoot but six months to prepare. Careful thought went into every detail. “There are no accidents in this video,” says director Michael D. Ratner, who also directed Demi's YouTube documentary of the same name. “From where people are facing to what they bring into frame, or where they are in frame, everything is thought through and has meaning. Demi has 23 tattoos and there are 23 Easter eggs in the video.” Not only did Demi recreate her hair color and outfit from that night, but some of her family members and friends are also represented in the video. “When recreating the night before my overdose some of the actors are wearing clothing to match some of my friends who were there, including Dani Vitale’s white tank top, which is seen in the..
Courtesy of Secret Road Ingrid Michaelson and Zayn have released the music video for their duet, “To Begin Again.” The visual showcases New York City and how people are finding hope and joy even in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “I wanted to create a love letter to my city,” Ingrid writes on social media. “To celebrate the hope that is slowly coming back to the wonderful, resilient people of NY and the world. And to remind people that we're stronger when we work together, fight for each other and love one another.” In addition to scenes from different neighborhoods around the city, we see Ingrid at her piano at home and Zayn in the studio working on a song. Ingrid previously said she wrote the song in November after Joe Biden won the presidential election. She decided to make it a duet after hearing Zayn was a fan of hers. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Filip Ćustić Lil Nas X's latest video, for his number-one hit "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)," has been wildly controversial, what with its scenes of Nas traveling to Hell and giving Satan himself a lap dance before killing the Prince of Darkness and taking his throne. But the artist continues to poke fun at the outrage -- this time with his new line of merch. X is now selling t-shirts with the slogan "I [Heart] Jesus" in big letters. Underneath that, in slightly smaller letters, it adds: "And that one part in the 'Montero' music video by Lil Nas X when he gets nasty with the Devil because it was a cool form of self-expression and art." Another t-shirt design says, "I watched the 'Montero' video by Lil Nas X and all I got was this lousy shirt and now I'm also gay and love Satan." The shirts will set you back $33 each. Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images In another installment of "This will make you feel old," today Gwen Stefani is marking the 25th anniversary of one of her biggest hits ever: "Don't Speak," by her band No Doubt. Tweeting a snippet of the video, Gwen wrote, "25 years and 815 million views on youtube later...thank u for listening and re-listening to my music all these years! happy anniversary #dontspeak!" She added the hashtags #skaforever, #nodoubt and #myhomies. "Don't Speak" was written by Gwen Stefani and her brother Eric. It started out as a love song, but after Gwen's boyfriend, No Doubt bass player Tony Kanal, ended their seven-year relationship, she turned it into a breakup song. Gwen also shared a vintage video of the group discussing how they turned the song's iconic video into a story about the band breaking up. As drummer Adrian Young explains that Gwen wrote the song about her "relationship," Tony tries to look casual and unint..