Taylor Swift joined iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles Friday night. The singer even brought a plus-one as her pal Ed Sheeran showed up for a special performance of “End Game” off of “Reputation.” The duo showed off why they’re both best known as singer-songwriters as Taylor danced through a rap feature from Ed on the track.
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Cardi B took notice of Demi Lovato’s interview with Elvis Duran earlier this week. Ahead of her rainy “Good Morning America” performance, Demi sat down with Elvis to chat about her single life and her next album. But Demi was also caught on camera rapping the opening bars of “Bodak Yellow,” Cardi’s hit song. The “Sorry Not Sorry” singer nailed the rhymes and even censored herself in the process.
Cardi posted about the tribute on Instagram, but apparently isn’t quite as familiar with Demi as Demi is with her. In the caption on the video she posted, Cardi wrote, “Ooooo shit bitch !!!! DEMI MOTHER FUCKING LOVADO!!!!”
The typo seems like an honest mistake, not a shady slight. But if Cardi doesn’t know Demi’s last name that well, she might not know just how petty Demi can get. If Demi is looking for an apology, she’s probably more likely to get an answer similar to her new single.
Demi might not be paying Cardi any mind, though, as she’s prepping for her birthday on Sunday. Demi won’t be celebrating this weekend. Instead, she’s preparing to take in the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor next Saturday with friends.
Check out Cardi’s post and Demi’s interview about her birthday plans below.
(Photo credits: Demi Lovato and Cardi B Instagram accounts)
Everyone and their brother—quite literally in the case of Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Nick Jonas—made sure Elvis felt the love.
Demi Lovato is always outspoken. Whether she’s discussing the President’s trans troop ban or the Manchester bombing, Demi’s rarely shy about saying what’s on her mind. She’s also been an award-winning mental health advocate, and, in a new interview with Elvis Duran, she opened up about why she’s so vocal when it comes to that subject.
“I think it’s important to speak up about the things you believe in,” Demi said. “I just happen to be in a position where more people will hear my voice than they would have ten, 15 years ago. I use my voice to do more than just sing, and I use it to speak up about mental health because that’s something I’m very passionate about.”
In a mind-numbing display of insensitive language, Elvis then asked Demi what kind of labels people have put on her that make her “go insane” and whether or not she’d like to ditch them.
“I think when people refer to me as being bipolar–it’s something that is true, I am bipolar–but I don’t like people to use it as a label,” Demi said. “It’s something that I have, it’s not who I am. ‘Demi Lovato: activist’ is something I would really be proud of.”
Hear everything Demi had to say about being labelled and her fight to start conversations about mental health below.
(Photo credit: Demi Lovato Instagram account)
Miley Cyrus sat down with Elvis Duran for the debut episode of “Label Defiers” released early Wednesday morning. The almost 30-minute interview featured the singer revealing her one fear when it comes to Noah Cyrus’ musical career as well as her past life as a tiny terror to her mother.
Now that Noah has decided music is her chosen career, older sister Miley has a few concerns about what Noah’s future could entail. “When you’re in this industry, adults treat kids like adults,” she told Elvis. Growing up in the limelight and being judged for normal teen behavior, Miley learned the hard way about dealing with public scrutiny:
“I think it makes you jaded, it makes you guarded, and I don’t ever want her to get like that. Or your style or the way that you think because you want to please people.”
Selena Gomez appeared on the Elvis Duran Show Monday morning and talked about “Bad Liar” as well as her upcoming single. She told Elvis that she is trying to do something different with each song, so the new single won’t be like “Bad Liar.” The singer also spoke about her Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” and body image.
“If anyone told me to go on a diet, I don’t think they would be working with me anymore,” the singer said without flinching.
Listen to everything Selena had to say about music and self confidence below.
(Photo credit: Selena Gomez News Twitter account)