BTS’s much-anticipated new single "Dynamite" teaser is released!
On August 19 at midnight KST, BTS dropped the music video teaser for “Dynamite,” their English-language single that’s due out on Friday.
The “Dynamite” MV is set to come out on August 21 at 1 p.m. KST.
BTS will perform their new song as part of the MTV Music Video Awards, where they are nominated for three awards. The ceremony begins on August 30 at 8 p.m. EDT (August 31 at 9 a.m. KST).
JoJo revealed that a “Lonely Hearts” remix duet will happen on the deluxe version of her Good To Know album.
“🧡🧡💔🧡🧡🧡 ‘Lonely Hearts (Remix)’ w the INCREDIBLE Demi Lovato. I can’t wait for you to hear her on this 😩👀😍 August 28th, 2020. ps- you’re a real one baëb,” she shared on Instagram.
“YAYYYY I CAN’T WAIT – I’ve waited my whole career to sing with youuuu 🥺🥺🥺,” Demi responded in the comments.
The “Lonely Hearts” remix will be out on August 28th when JoJo‘s Good To Know deluxe edition is released. Check out the original right here on JJJ.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion‘s “WAP” track and star studded video.
In the video, Cardi and Megan explore a mansion that features sexual sculptures.
Kylie Jenner is featured in the music video, while walking around the mansion in a plunging, leopard-print bodysuit and matching cape.
Later in the video, Cardi and Megan come across Normani, Rosalia, Rubi Rose, Sukihana, and Mulatto dancing in separate rooms.
You can check out the lyrics for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion‘s new song here – watch the music video below!
Hype House is getting a reality series called The Hype Life.
The docuseries will follow group members Chase Hudson, Thomas Petrou, Nikita Dragun, Avani Gregg, and more with an “exclusive, fly-on-the-wall look into the glamorous, stressful and high-speed personal and professional antics of the young stars, as they live together and collaborate daily on new content,” according to Deadline.
Each episode of the show will look at their creative endeavors for brands to drama-inducing house meetings and the initiation of new members. It will also look at the housemates’ backstories, looking at the sometimes difficult and troubling events that propelled them to TikTok and the bonds they’ve formed with one another.
The Hype Life is the second reality series announced from TikTok stars. Charli and Dixie D’Amelio are also working on their own show with their parents Marc and Heidi. The Clubhouse also reportedly has a series in the works.
Ariana Grande is the Sweetener Tour movie.
The new concert film will follow the 27-year-old on her 2019 tour, starting with the release of her album Thank U, Next.
There is no idea where we can see the film because there is currently a bidding war for the rights to the doc, with Netflix and YouTube being among the top contenders.
“Ariana’s team are negotiating a huge deal between a number of big hitters, with Netflix and YouTube both showing interest,” a source told the site. “Netflix has put forward a starting offer of $5 million to get the rights.
“She had cameras following her every move on the Sweetener World Tour last year,” they added. “Along with her performances, Ariana was filmed backstage, while travelling and during down time. It will be a brutally honest and raw depiction of how tough life can be on the road but will include the happier, heart-warming times too.”
If you remember, Ariana had her Dangerous Woman Diaries, which followed her on her Dangerous Woman Tour, and was filmed over multiple shows, all by her friend Alfredo Flores. That docu-series aired on YouTube, and is now available to watch for free on her channel.
Seulong, member of K-pop boy band 2AM was involved in a car accident that resulted in the death of a jaywalking pedestrian, his agency confirmed in a statement on Tuesday (August 4).
“First, may the victim of the fatal accident rest in peace, and we send our deepest condolences to his family. On August 1, Im Seulong was driving his car when the accident in the rain occurred. While driving, he collided with a pedestrian crossing the road. Right after the accident, Im Seulong immediately took emergency measures on site, but the victim unfortunately passed away while he was being taken to the hospital. Im Seulong was questioned by the police according to protocol and was sent home afterwards, but he is in a state of shock,” the agency said in a statement.
“Please understand that we cannot reveal the details of the incident as the results of the police investigation have not been revealed yet. However, we understand how much pain the victim’s family members must be in, and we would like to sincerely apologize to them. Once again, may the victim rest in peace, and we send our deepest condolences to his family. We also extend our apologies to fans for causing concern. Thank you.”
“We are currently in the process of investigating the accident. It is true that the person passed away after being hit by Im Seulong’s car while he was jaywalking. However, we are still investigating the details of the situation and whether Im Seulong violated the Road Traffic Act,” police previously confirmed in a statement.
Microsoft is very serious about buying ownership of TikTok.
Following the weekend news that President Donald Trump was thinking about banning the popular short video app in the country, the tech company released a statement about their plans to acquire the company for operation in the United States.
“Microsoft fully appreciates the importance of addressing the President’s concerns. It is committed to acquiring TikTok subject to a complete security review and providing proper economic benefits to the United States, including the United States Treasury,” the company shared in a statement posted on the website.
It continued that the company “would ensure that all private data of TikTok’s American users is transferred to and remains in the United States,” the company says. “To the extent that any such data is currently stored or backed-up outside the United States, Microsoft would ensure that this data is deleted from servers outside the country after it is transferred.”
The Trump Administration weighed their concerns about the app because of its parent company, ByteDance, who may or may not be sharing data of American users with the Chinese government. TikTok is banned in other countries, because of these claims.