Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock Breaks Down in Tears During her First Solo Interview with ‘Glamour UK’

Leigh Anne PinnockLittle Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock sat down for an interview with Glamour UK. That fact, in and of itself, was interesting, because Leigh-Anne has previously preferred to do interviews and public appearances along with at least one of her Little Mix band mates.

But Leigh-Anne has been branching out a bit on her own of late, and recently became a fashion ambassador for athleisure brand Umbro. So the interview was supposed to be mostly about why Leigh-Anne felt Umbro’s vision for women’s athletic wear was the right fit for her.

However, the interview took an unusual turn when Leigh-Anne began to explain Continue Reading →

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“Needed to Make Those Mistakes:” Demi Lovato Shares Some Deeply Personal Thoughts on Her Relapse

Demi Lovato RelapseDemi Lovato took to her Instagram Stories to talk in a series of posts about her thoughts on an anniversary for something that might have been. Friday night would have been the seventh anniversary of Demi’s sobriety … if she had not suffered the relapse into substance abuse that ultimately led to an overdose and near-death experience last summer.

“Today I would have been seven years sober,” Demi wrote. “I don’t regret going out because I needed to make those mistakes,” she added, “but I must never forget that’s exactly what they were: mistakes.”

Demi specifically thanked Continue Reading →

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Sofia Reyes Buries Everything She Doesn’t Like in Trilingual Collab with Rita Ora and Anitta: “R.I.P.”

Rita OraSofia Reyes and her friends Rita Ora and Anitta say goodbye to all the “bulls**t” in the video for her new single “R.I.P.”.  Musically, the bop seems a bit of a shout-out to late Tejano singer Selena’s “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” — with the twist that parts of “R.I.P.” are woven together in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

You can check out Sofia, Anitta and Rita in the video below.  Continue Reading →

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Bad Blood All Gone? Katy Perry Says She’s “Open, Open, Open” to a Collab with Longtime Rival Taylor Swift

Katy Perry Taylor Swift 2In an interview with Entertainment Tonight backstage at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Katy Perry said she would be open to collaborating with the Taylor Swift. “I’m open! Open, open, open!” she said, imitating the robot that she plays in the video for “365,” her current single with Zedd. Later, Katy added, “I’m a loveable A.I.!”

Now, it is possible that Katy was just goofing for the camera. Her feud with Taylor has been Continue Reading →

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Ally Brooke Sings Rihanna, Lady Gaga and a Lot of Her Own Songs in a Game of ‘Song Association’

Ally Brooke Song AssociationAlly Brooke did not seem to fully understand all the rules of the game when made an appearance on an episode of Elle‘s video series, Song Association. In the game, a guest musical artist is given a random word and 10 seconds to sing a song that contained it in its lyrics.

But the former Fifth Harmony singer repeatedly seemed to get confused, whether it was about naming multiple songs for each word, or just giving a song’s title and not singing the tune, or just responding with the name of a band. Still, she did manage to remember lyrics from a few random songs, as well some lines from her own songs, and got through the episode.

You can check out Ally getting confused and laughing at herself a lot in the video below.   Continue Reading →

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Twerking, Draq Queens and Funerals: Iggy Azalea Looks for a Comeback with Video for “Sally Walker”

Iggy Azalea Sally WalkerIggy Azalea just dropped her new single “Sally Walker” with a very cinematic video. The video — shot as well as any movie short — centers on the death and funeral of the title’s “little Sally Walker,” and it is loaded with twerking, dancers in stripper gear, drag queens and choreographed step-dancing.

It honestly looks and sounds like the first musical offering that Iggy has actually cared about in years. But we would not be shocked if, after hearing the track and seeing the video, some might still say Continue Reading →

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