Lady Gaga is hinting that her Las Vegas residency may extend to one or two more year.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Gaga told an audience Saturday at Park Theater at Park MGM that she planned to be there “for another year.” She then flashed two fingers and appeared to say, “Two, probably.”
MGM Resorts International had “no comment at this time” about Gaga’s contract or her statement from the stage.
Gaga’s contract was originally announced as two years, opening in December 2018. A third year would carry her through 2021.
Gaga mentioned a possible three-year run during her opening of “Enigma” on Dec. 28, 2018, saying, “I’m sticking around here for two years, maybe three if I’m lucky.”
YouTuber Brittani Boren Leach and her husband, Jeff Leach, lost their 3-month-old son, Crew. After laying down for a nap on Christmas day, he stopped breathing.
Brittani says she laid Crew down for a nap, went to check on him after a while, and he was not breathing.
Crew was rushed to the hospital and Brittani posted, "We are living a nightmare, and I'm dying inside. Please pray for my baby."
The baby boy was beyond hope, and Brittani and her husband had to make the excruciating decision to withdraw life support. Brittani said, "Crew's tiny earthly body is still with us, although I know he's already dancing and playing in Heaven. We have some hard decisions to make over the next 12 hours, that no parent should ever have to make."
The inevitable came, and Brittani said she would be donating Crew's organs so other babies could be saved.
Why Don't We Drops 'Chills'
Why Don’t We releases “Chills” to end off the year after teasing a bit of the song through on the band’s Instagram.
“i get chills thinking about everything we’ve done together this year,” Corbyn teased in his year end post.
While Zach dropped another teaser for the track.
“I have such a feeling of gratitude when i think about this past year. thank you so much to every single person who came out to a show or even bought one of our songs. even on a bad day you make me feel so good inside,” Jonah wrote in his note. “Nothing beats that feeling of walking out onstage in front of you. you guys continue to make this beautiful journey more and more epic. we’re one big family. love you more than you know. can’t wait to see where 2020 takes us.”
A-ha released a restored version for the music video of their 1985 hit "Take On Me".
The iconic rotoscoped clip directed by Steve Barron, which blends animated pencil sketches and live-action scenes in an eye-catching visual, has amassed nearly one billion views on YouTube.
The video gained a hot rotating spot on MTV in the '80s, and during its time, "Take On Me" had a more interesting take on the retro video editing process than others. A press release obtained by Rolling Stone detailed how "most music videos from this time were edited in tape format, while this clip was uniquely restored from the original 35mm film reels."
A-ha also shared a 30-second side-by-side comparison clip of how the 4K remastered rotoscoped video is sharper and more vibrant than the standard definition clip from 1985.
If "Take On Me" were to reach the one-billion mark on the video-streaming platform, then it would become the first pop music video of the '80s and first music video by a European act to accomplish this feat.
Hailee Steinfeld posted a cryptic message on Sunday (December 29), sharing a photo with the caption, â1/1â³.
Hailee also updated her account photos to feature the same pic, which is getting fans abuzz that sheâs dropping a new song at the very start of the new year.
Earlier this year, Hailee dropped a new track, âAfterlifeâ, for her Apple TV+ series Dickinson.
Justin Bieber is dropping more hints about when fans might expect to hear new music.
Last week, the pop superstar announced in a YouTube trailer that he will be releasing a new album and going on tour in 2020. The 90-second video also contained a snippet of his forthcoming single "Yummy" -- scheduled for release on Jan. 3 -- and unveiled news about an upcoming docu-series.
On Saturday (Dec. 28) Bieber further teased new music by posting several cryptic dates on his social media accounts.
"December 31 noon... January 3... January 4 noon... #2020," the singer captioned the post on Instagram.
A release date for Bieber's as-yet untitled fifth studio album has not yet been given. His North American arena/stadium tour launches May 14 at Seattle's CenturyLink Field and wraps Sept. 26 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Asher Angel Teases New Music For 2020
Asher Angel took to Instagram on Friday (December 27) to get fans excited.
"New year - New music," he captioned the video below, which features himself standing in a room filled with mirrors and flashing lights as music plays in the background.
BTS Released The Seventh Installment of Their Travel Vlog Series Golden Closet Film (G.C.F.)
BTS just released the seventh installment of their travel vlog series Golden Closet Film (G.C.F.) today (Dec. 27), and this time, the K-pop boy band headed to frigid Finland for their "winter package."
The three-minute clip was filmed, directed and edited by BTS member Jungkook, and it shows off the boys walking around a park in Helsinki with their long, collared coats as they venture out into nature more withdrawn from the city itself. The serene, icy scenery of barren trees and icy waters pairs nicely with the background song, "To Each His Own" by Talos.
The travel vlog wraps up with warm sunset from what appears to be from an airplane window.
Watch "G.C.F. in Helsinki" below.
Now United just released a new song and music video for “Let Me Be the One!”
The 14-member global pop music group dropped the video on Saturday (December 28), which features clips from their shows, studio recordings, and more.
At the end, the group thanks fans for their continued support and writes, “Now, together in 2020 let’s keep making this world a bit more united.”
Paramore‘s Hayley Williams who just celebrated her birthday, took to Twitter to let fans know they can expect solo music in the new year.
“Thanks so much for all the birthday wishes. 30 was a very important year. 31 will be too,” Hayley wrote.
She continued, “I’m putting out some music next year. With the help of some of my closest friends, I made something I’m going to call my own. It’s a really special project and you’ll get a taste of it in January. Happy New Year, friends.”