Taylor Swift has announced the name of her new song.
Taylor shared with Good Morning America‘s Robin Roberts that her new song will be titled “ME!” – and it’s just a few hours away from premiering.
And that’s not all! Taylor also revealed that Brendon Urie from Panic! At the Disco will be featured on it.
“It’s going to be a new song and music video,” Taylor confirmed. “And it’s featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco.”
Watch Taylor‘s announcement below and check back in with Just Jared Jr later for her new song!
John Singleton's stroke is way more serious than his family first revealed. Reports have now surfaced that he is in a coma.
Singleton suffered a stroke last week after returning from Costa Rica and experienced problems with his legs. He checked himself into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. and suffered a stroke Wednesday in his hospital room.
TMZ got a hold of legal papers from, John's mom, Shelia Ward, asking a judge to appoint her temporary conservator because he is "unable to properly provide for his personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter."
His mother said, at the time he suffered the stroke, he was engaged in several business projects and was prepared to sign a lucrative settlement agreement. She wants to handle those affairs and execute the settlement agreement.
BTS is on top of the world and are breaking records world wide. In the last couple of months alone the K-pop superstars have become the first K-Pop group to ever appear on Saturday Night Live and the first K-Pop act to ever receive a nomination and present at the Grammys — to name only a few achievements. However, while BTS will hopefully have a long and successful career, something inevitable might cause them to split up, or at least take a hiatus.
In a new interview with CBS Sunday Morning, the guys opened up about the potentially imminent possibility of the band eventually breaking up due to South Korea’s mandatory military service.
Currently, South Korea requires all “able-bodied men” from age 18 to 28 to serve a minimum of 21 months in the military with some exemptions for athletes and musicians. However, K-pop acts are not typically included in the latter group.
When asked how the possibility of serving in the military would affect the group, they replied. “As a Korean, it’s natural and someday, when duty calls, we’ll be ready to respond and do our best,” Jin told the interviewer.
Though the military service is not a life-long commitment, BTS was also asked whether they’d be worried about drifting away and going separate ways when the moment comes. “I don’t want to think about it at this point. We have something really good going,” Jungkook admitted. “We just enjoy the ride. Live in the moment. And that’s all we can do,” RM finally proclaimed.
As things stand, it sure looks like the band will most likely eventually break up — even if momentarily — to serve but, as RM proves, it's not helpful to dwell on that possibility at the moment; instead, we should focus on more uplifting feats from the guys, like their brand-new album, Map of the Soul: Persona, or their momentous upcoming performance at 2019 Billboard Music Awards.
Beyonce's dad is creating a musical based on Destiny's Child!
Mathew Knowles is producing the show, "Survivor: The Destiny's Child Musical," and he says it's premiering in Houston next year, with additional plans for Broadway, London's West End and even a world tour.
The musical is told from Mathew's perspective, and Beyonce's dad says he wants to pull back the curtain and treat audiences to an honest, behind-the-scenes look at how one of the greatest female music groups of all-time got its start.]
Mathew says the tale will start from the group's humble beginnings, chronicling its rise to superstardom, plus his own pioneering climb into the music industry. Ultimately, Mathew says the show's message is that building a dream takes sacrifice ... even at the cost of everything and everyone you love.
Mathew says the musical's gonna feature a masterful mix of music, dance and beautiful imagery. He's collaborating with Je'Caryous Johnson to bring his story to life.
Britney Spears Spotted in Public For The First Time After Admitting Herself in Mental Health Facility
Britney Spears reappeared for the first time since checking to a mental health facility.
Britney was spotted leaving the Montage hotel in Bev Hills on Easter Sunday with her boyfriend, Sam Asghari.
Britney checked herself into a mental health facility last month because she was rumored to be emotionally dealing with her dad's illness.
Britney has dealt with some serious mental health issues over the years. At its worst, her dad, Jamie, worried back in 2007 he'd get a call from the coroner, but things turned around after a conservatorship was established the next year, and it remains to this day.
Many fan theories hit the inter-web the last few days saying that Britney is being held against her will, but reports say Britney is in the mental health facility voluntarily and is expected to remain for at least 30 days.
There was no sign of her kids during Sunday's outing.
Michelle Branch just married Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney in an intimate ceremony on Saturday (April 20).
The ceremony took place at the Marigny Opera House in New Orleans. Branch's daughter, Owen, and the couple's 7-month-old son, Rhys, were in attendance.
The two first met at a pre-Grammy party in February 2015. They began collaborating with Carney even producing her latest studio album, Hopeless Romantic. A year later the couple moved in together living in Nashville.
Carney proposed to Branch on July 2, 2017, which was a special day for his soon-to-be-fiancé. Branch wrote on her Instagram announcing their engagement, “Thank you for all the birthday love and wishes. Last night, right before I blew out my candles, Patrick asked me to marry him and then I had nothing left to wish for… 34 might be the best year yet."
The couple shared to their social media accounts in February of 2018, to tell the public that they were expecting. Branch revealed that they were ready to send out their save the date wedding cards for a May wedding when she realized she was pregnant. The couple postponed their wedding date and welcomed their son Rhys James on August 28, 2018.
Beyonce has reportedly signed a three-project deal with streaming giants, Netflix, worth $60 million!
According to Variety, Beyonce's recent documentary 'Homecoming,' the behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling her 2018 Coachella performance was the first of the projects. She released the doc Apr. 17 and reportedly set Netflix back $20 million alone.
This is not the first time that Netflix has paid big money for a high profile celebrity. Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy, have inked deals worth $100 million and $250 million. Popular comedians like Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle have also inked impressive deals with Netflix ($40 million and $60 million, respectively).
Vulture is also reporting that HBO may be reconnecting with Bey for further deals in the near future. HBO aired Lemonade after its 2016 debut (plus her 2013 documentary 'Life Is But a Dream' and the 'On the Run' concert special).
Madison Beer gave her fans a sneak peek of her new track called "Dear Society", the 30 second clip can be found on her Instagram.
"cigarettes, my daily dose of internet and all the things i shoud've quit but never did. evil voices in my head, i woke up in a stranger's bed, i lost my phone in amsterdam, its 5 AM. i'm a natural disaster but even after all that i do it's you who's gonna be the death of me", she sings.
Madison hints at a May release.
Dinah Jane has released her fierce new music video for “Heard It All Before!”
The former Fifth Harmony member dropped the video on Friday (April 19).
The track is part of her new three-song EP Dinah Jane 1.
“Ilysm wow ♥️I see y’all showin love to #HearditAllBeforeMusicVideo,” Dinah tweeted. “Thank you for rockin with my #DinahJane1 bundle .. these 3 records are no longer ‘my little secret’ .. it ain’t even the album yet tho ahh imagine.. it only gets real from here hehe love you again.”
“‘Cause I heard it all before / Can’t live without me,” Dinah sings in the chorus. “Yea I heard it all before / ‘Girl, you’re all I need’ / Boy I heard it all before / So, save yo energy / For the next bitch / ‘Cause she just ain’t me.”
Adam Lambert famously launched his career on “American Idol” a decade ago performing a brilliant audition of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” He wrapped that amazing eighth season performing with the band on the season finale, and years later earned his current spot as the front man touring as Queen + Adam Lambert.
On April 28, Lambert comes full circle as he steps into the mentor role guiding the top eight “Idol” finalists as they each perform a song from the Queen catalog.
Viewers will get to see Lambert on May 19 as he is set to perform on the season finale of the ABC show.
Shortly after hearing the news, former “Idol” musical director and vocal coach Michael Orland, who nurtured Lambert and other contestants for 16 seasons with the show, took to Twitter to offer congratulations. “Hey @adamlambert I should be a psychic. I said a month ago (let’s find the original tweet or insta comment) that if Idol wanted some ratings finally they would have you on as a mentor,” he wrote. “Happy to see that’s happening. So proud of u always. One more reason I’ll have to watch.”
The night following Lambert’s appearance, ABC will air the special “The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story.”
As previously reported by Variety, Lambert has music in the works for a new album to be released through the independent label and distributor EMPIRE. He is represented by Phillymack, the management firm founded by Phil McIntrye which also counts Nick Jonas, DNCE, the Band Perry and Lambert’s fellow “X Factor Australia” judge Iggy Azalea on its roster.
Lambert was a recurring presence on “Idol” in its previous Fox incarnation, after coming up a runner-up in season 8. He was a mentor the following season, and served as a judge in auditions for season 14. He also was on hand for “Idol Boot Camp” with Chris Daughtry in 2014.
April 28’s two-hour episode won’t be an all-blowout: After Lambert helps teach the finalists how to go about replacing Freddie Mercury, another part of the show will be devoted to pairing the eight for “classic movie duets.”
Viewers will be able to watch and vote simultaneously across all U.S. time zones, with the show having an initial 5 p.m. airing on the west coast. Results will be announced at the end of the show.