Justin Bieber's shaggy blonde hair is gone!
On Tuesday (October 30), the Canadian pop star revealed a brand new shaved 'do, sharing a photo of his newly shaved head on his Instagram Story.
Instagram via @justinbieberAfter wearing his hair in grungy, long (and often greasy-looking) locks for months, Bieber looks so much more clean-cut and fresh with a sleek shaved head. The new look comes just five months after the artist, touting a "long hair, don't care" philosophy, vowed to "grow his hair down to his toes." (That was a fib, though: In August, with rumored wifey Hailey Baldwin in tow, Bieber got a small trim at the Cutler Salon in New York City.)
LIVVIA just releases her first official single “Damn”. The track is the perfect break-up anthem that sees the young solo star taking flight. “Damn” debuted on the Top 20 of Spotify’s New Music Friday & Apple Music’s A-List Pop.
“Damn” is so honest. It’s something we all can relate to after — or right before — we go through a tough break up,” says LIVVIA about her latest release. “Damn” follows on the heels of “Gratitude” and “Catch A Body” featuring Quavo, both of which received glowing praise from fans and media alike.
LIVVIA latest single “Damn”, is produced by Rock Mafia.
Kanye West says he will no longer used by people to spread political messages and has nothing to do with Candace Owens' Blexit.
Kanye just thumbed a series of tweets apparently distancing himself from politics. He said, "My eyes are now wide open and now realize I've been used to spread messages I don't believe in. I am distancing myself from politics and completely focusing on being creative."
Kanye said, "I introduced Candace to the person who made the logo and they didn't want their name on it so she used mine. I never wanted any association with Blexit. I have nothing to do with it."
Owens had said, "Blexit [black exit from Democratic Party] is a renaissance and I'm blessed to say that this logo, these colors, were created by my dear friend and fellow superhero -- Kanye West."
Ye went on to thank his family and community for "supporting my ACTUAL beliefs and my vision for a better world." He also expressed compassion for people seeking asylum and parents fighting to protect their children from violence and war.
Demi Lovato will reportedly stay in rehab until 2019, a source shared with Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday (October 30).
"Demi is taking her sobriety extremely serious, and knows she has a long road ahead of her," a source told the outlet, adding that the singer is "doing really well" following her reported July 24 overdose.
"At the end of the day, Demi is doing this for herself," they added. "She has to stay sober for her, but every time she has family or friends visit her it reminds her of all the other important people in her life that she needs to fight for as well."
According to the source, Lovato, who is "thankful she's still alive," plans to remain in rehab for the remainder of the year.
The singer's mother, Dianna De La Garza, recently opened up about her daughter's sobriety, sharing that Lovato is now more than 90 days sober.
"I couldn’t be more thankful or more proud of her because addiction being a disease, it’s work. It’s not easy. There are no shortcuts," she told Maria Menounos during an interview.
Earlier this month, the "Skyscraper" singer's sister, Madison, shared that Lovato was "working really hard on her sobriety and we’re all so incredibly proud of her."
Amid her road to recovery, Lovato's ex, actor Wilmer Valderrama, has reportedly been visiting the artist in rehab.
Photo by: Lloyd Pursall/Billboard
Clean Bandit just announced their newest single, "Baby," on Oct. 29. The track will drop Nov. 2, and will feature Luis Fonsi and Marina. Marina then took to social media one day later to share a snippet of the track.
The single will be included on Clean Bandit's upcoming album What Is Love?, set to be released Nov. 30. This will be the band's second album, following their debut with New Eyes from 2014.
Other prominent collaborators on What Is Love? include Zara Larsson, Demi Lovato, Sean Paul, Ellie Goulding, and Rita Ora. Charli XCX and Bhad Bhabie will appear on the deluxe edition.
Selena Gomez is no longer the most followed person on Instagram.
On Monday (October 29), Entertainment Tonight pointed out that the Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo has dethroned the social media queen, though by a relatively small margin. At the time of writing, the professional athlete has 144,376,191 followers, while the pop star is not far behind with 144,335,107.
Could her tenure have ended as a result of the 26-year-old's recent break from social media? It's entirely possible, but we have a feeling she's not going to lose any sleep over it.
Gomez has also been dealing with some real life problems and recently checked herself into a mental health facility after suffering from panic attacks and physical health problems due to complications from her 2017 kidney transplant to treat lupus.
Even if the star doesn't care about her social media status, her fans might — Gomez has had the title of "Most Followed Person on Instagram" for two years, dethroning Taylor Swift in 2016.
Nina Nesbitt just released the title, track list and artwork for her highly anticipated upcoming album on Tuesday (Oct. 30).
Nesbitt’s second album, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, will be released on Feb. 1. The album is available for pre-order here.
Along with the full track list, Nesbitt also released the album’s artwork, an ethereal pink-hued shot of the singer floating in a pool.
“I'm so proud of this album,” Nesbitt says in a release.“This is the album I always wanted to make on my own terms. It’s an honest account of somebody in their early ‘20s, giving a real window into their often ever-changing life.”
Check out the full track list below.
The Moments I’m Missing
The Best You Had
Loyal to Me
Is It Really Me You’re Missing
Things I Say When You Sleep
The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change
Tyler Perry shared in an interview on Bevy Smith‘s SiriusXM show on Monday (October 29) that he’s ready to “kill” off his iconic tough as nail grandmother character.
“It’s time for me to kill that old bitch, I’m tired, man! I’m tired,” Tyler joked.
Tyler first introduced Madea to fans in the 1999 play I Can Do Bad All by Myself in Chicago – and has portrayed her in over 20 movies, plays, and TV shows.
“We gonna say goodbye in ’19. I just don’t want to be her age playing her,” Tyler said. “So, we’re going to say goodbye to her.”
Tyler then went on to say that he has a “farewell tour” play in the works for Madea.
“All the originals, we’re going to be out there doing it again,” Tyler said, referring to the original actors who were involved in his play. “We’ll be out there.”
Tyler will be saying goodbye to Madea in the upcoming movie A Madea Family Funeral – which is set to hit theaters in March 2019.
Universal Pictures’ upcoming Last Christmas film, inspired by Wham!’s famous 1984 holiday hit of the same name, is set to feature previously unreleased music from George Michael. The singer additionally helped form the film’s concept prior to his death in 2016, according to a July article from RadioTimes.com.
Last Christmas stars Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Henry Golding (A Simple Favor, Crazy Rich Asians) and the actress/writer Emma Thompson. “When I came on board, George was up for it," the film's co-writer Bryony Kimmings told the site. "He’d already signed something to say yes, but he’d passed away, and Greg and Emma were still very keen to write it.”
Kimmings added that while she had written a trans lead into her original draft -- inspired by Michael’s gay rights advocacy work -- she doubts her chosen gender identity for the character remains. Kimmings still hopes there’s a queer narrative somewhere in the film.
The film's synopsis states, “Kate (Clarke) harumphs around London, a bundle of bad decisions accompanied by the jangle of bells on her shoes, another irritating consequence from her job as an elf in a year-round Christmas shop. Tom (Golding) seems too good to be true when he walks into her life and starts to see through so many of Kate’s barriers. As London transforms into the most wonderful time of the year, nothing should work for these two. But sometimes, you gotta let the snow fall where it may.”
The Wham!-inspired film is slated to hit theaters Nov. 8, 2019.
Halsey releases video for her emotional track "Without Me" on Monday (Oct. 29). Narrating an explosive, toxic relationship, the video follows Halsey and a boyfriend in a mix of sweet moments and aggressive interactions -- portraying an abusive relationship fueled by alcohol, bad decisions and passion.
Halsey delivers a heart-felt vocal performance as she emotionally confesses "Gave love about a hundred tries/ Just running from the demons in your mind/ Then I took yours and made 'em mine/ I didn't notice 'cause my love was blind."
In the video, the relationship gets more dysfunctional and the ultimatum comes when the man steals money from the singer, resulting in a blow-out argument.
Watch "Without Me" below.
Taylor Swift took to Instagram on Monday (Oct. 29), the "Delicate" singer posted a video of her cat Olivia lounging around on a bed. Swift's feline friend -- named after Law & Order: SVU's Mariska Hargitay-portrayed Olivia Benson
"Are you just a squishy ball of joy here to make my life better?" Swift asks. She finishes the meowtstanding cat appreciation post by "booping" her pet.
BTS will be collaborating with American singer Charlie Puth at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (MGA).
The organizers of the 2018 MGA announced that BTS and Charlie Puth would be performing together at the upcoming awards show. A representative stated, “The group BTS and the American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth are preparing to stage a collaboration performance at the 2018 MGA.”
BTS and Charlie Puth have previously shown a lot of love for each other on social media. In 2017, the American singer liked Jungkook’s cover of his hit “We Don’t Talk Anymore” on Twitter, and he later wrote, “I really like BTS’s music.” Shortly afterwards, BTS returned the love with their own tweet: “We really like Charlie Puth’s music.”
BTS and Charlie Puth’s special performance will take place on November 6 at the 2018 MGA, which will be held at the Namdong Gymnasium in Incheon.
Olivia O’Brien just released her “I Don’t Exist” music video today (Oct. 26).
In the video, O’Brien, standing behind glass, watches a blurry party go on, and no one even notices she’s there. The
“I think this is the first time I’m letting my fans see an even more vulnerable side of myself,” O’Brien tells Billboard of the video. I tried to capture the feeling I had when writing the song...feeling like no one acknowledges your existence, or cares that you are there, even when you are surrounded by people."
O’Brien, 18, first got fans attention with her chart-topping gnash collaboration “I Hate You, I Love You,” in 2016. gnash reached out to O’Brien after listening to her cover of one of his songs on Soundcloud.
Since then, O’Brien released singles like “Udk” and “RIP (feat. G-Eazy & Drew Love),” and has a full length project in the works.
Kiiara has released four new tracks in the lead-up to her upcoming U.S. headlining tour.
Ranging from relaxing and dreamy "("L*** Is a Bad Word," "How Can You Love Me") to bouncy and danceable ("I Don't Wanna Be Friends," "1%"), the variety of moods carried by the songs add to the anticipation surrounding the tour.
The tour, kicking off Oct. 29 in Kiiara's home state of Illinois and running through Nov. 21, will feature vocalist ABIR as the opening act. Kiiara and ABIR will hit 16 venues along the way.
Earlier this year, Kiiara teamed up with producers Steve Aoki and Nicky Romero on "Be Somebody" and was nominated for top rock song at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards for "Heavy," her collaboration with Linkin Park.