Is Emma Watson back together with ex-boyfriend Brendan Wallace?
Is Emma Watson back together with ex-boyfriend Brendan Wallace?
Adele wrapped up the first leg of her Las Vegas residency this weekend, but her final two shows fell on the same nights as Taylor Swift‘s two stops in Vegas, so she missed the concerts.
Emily Ratajkowski and Harry Styles are the subject of dating rumors after they were spotted kissing in Tokyo and it looks like there could be some history between them.
Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Hit Japanese animation “Suzume” improved its box office performance in its third week of release in South Korea and remained far ahead of all competing titles. “Suzume” earned $6.06 million over the weekend between Friday and Sunday, a 7% increase on its previous weekend, itself a strong hold that almost equalled its opening session. Data is sourced from Kobis, the tracking service operated by the Korean Film Council (Kofic). The film, which has been a huge hit in Japan and some other Asian territories, enjoyed a 66% share of the entire Korean cinema box office over the most recent weekend and expanded its cumulative haul to $23.9 million after 19 days on release.
Adele has announced that she is extending her Las Vegas residency and now we have details on how you can buy tickets!
The best fans! Adam Levine had some VIP guests to kick off Maroon 5’s Las Vegas residency: His family.
Taylor Swift is rolling out the surprises for fans as The Eras Tour continues.
Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus‘ 2017 collaboration “Rainbowland” is apparently too controversial for some people.
Adele will add 34 dates to her Las Vegas residency, starting June 16-17 and completed by Nov. 4. Additionally, a live concert film of the residency is planned.
Fans can expect to spend a few more “Weekends with Adele”.
Taylor Swift loves a surprise.
Adele announced during what was supposed to be her final ‘Weekends With Adele’ shows that her Las Vegas residency is being extended.The singer has been performing at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace since November, but confirmed on stage that she’d be coming back to Vegas for more shows later in the year.“Playing to 4,000 people for 34 nights is not enough and I know that, I know it’s not enough,” she said. “So I am coming back.” [via The Mirror]Adele then said she’d be resuming the residency for a few weeks in June, before returning in August for a run of shows that will take her to the end of the autumn.In addition, she also said that a concert film will be released of ‘Weekends With Adele’, which is set to be recorded at one of her upcoming shows.Adele announces she is extending her Vegas residency, returning in June.
Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus‘ 2017 collaboration “Rainbowland” got 86’d from a first-grade spring concert setlist after school district officials in Wisconsin deemed the track controversial.
Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus' 2017 collaboration «Rainbowland» got 86'd from a first-grade spring concert setlist after school district officials in Wisconsin deemed the track controversial.According to the, the parent of a first grader in Waukesha, Wisconsin, was excited about the Parton-Cyrus collab, along with some of the other songs slated to be part of the spring concert, which included Louis Armstrong's «What a Wonderful World and Kermit the Frog's „Rainbow Connection“ from .As for why the track that celebrates acceptance was banned from the spring concert, one parent told that „the school district of Waukesha has really cracked down on anything LGBTQ“ and that „this song being an 'issue' has not in any way come as a surprise.“The parent continued, „All that Miley and Dolly are saying is that they want to live in a world that is accepting, with no judgment and where people can be who they want to be.“The teacher whose class is performing the spring concert took to Twitter and sounded off on the ban.My first graders were so excited to sing Rainbowland for our spring concert but it has been vetoed by our administration. When will it end? @[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]#publicschoolspic.twitter.com/8Na0nETmDwParton and Cyrus have been huge proponents of the LGBTQ+ community.
The spark between Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth has faded…
Gwyneth Paltrow is taking the stand.
Gwyneth Paltrow is countersuing Terry Sanderson for $1 following his claims that she intentionally injured him during a 2016 ski collision, an amount that lawyers wonder was inspired by Taylor Swift.
Taylor Swift during her trial about an accident on a ski slope.Paltrow took the stand yesterday (March 24) as part of a civil trial that claims the actor seriously injured a man in a skiing accident in Utah in 2016.The suit concerns a collision at a ski resort in Park City, with Terry Sanderson claiming that Paltrow collided with him and knocked “him down hard, knocking him out,”Sanderson claims the incident left him with “permanent traumatic brain injury, 4 broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress and disfigurement,” and is suing Paltrow for $300,000 (£245,163).Paltrow is counter-suing Sanderson for $1 (80p), the same amount Taylor Swift was awarded in a case against a DJ accused of sexually assaulting her. According to The Guardian, the $1 awarded to Swift was described by her lawyers as “symbolic of the value of which is immeasurable to all women in this situation”.Speaking yesterday, Paltrow said: “It’s an actual dollar that I’m asking for.
Ticketmaster is now facing another lawsuit.
Dave Brooks — Billboard Senior Director of Live Music and Touring — told The Post. “The production quality is just so far ahead of whatever has been [done] … They’re building these very elaborate sets that they’re using for several songs as opposed to the whole concert.”The price tag is also astronomical.“The cost has gotta be well north of $100 million … probably a lot more than that,” said Brooks. “It’s gonna be one of the most expensive tours ever, but it will also be one of the highest-generating tours financially.
Reese Witherspoon and her husband of very nearly 12 years Jim Toth are calling it quits.
Daryl Campbell, the rapper and podcaster known as Taxstone, has been convicted in the 2016 shooting at Irving Plaza that left one person dead and three others wounded. Campbell was convicted of manslaughter in the first degree, two counts of assault in the first degree, one count of assault in the second degree, and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree. The incident took place backstage at a T.I.
Heart makes perfect singalong music.From the powerful “Barracuda” to the emotional “Alone” to the sensual “Magic Man,” Nancy and Anna Wilson delivered hits that aren’t just for headphones.No, Heart’s music is meant to be belted loudly in cars and at concerts.This summer, you can do just that.Starting June 9, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Nancy Wilson will play six huge shows all over North America performing Heart hits you know and love as well as a handful of classic rock covers.Along the way, she’s coming to the northeast.On June 16, Wilson is dropping into Atlantic City’s Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.Two days later, Wilson will land at Bethlehem, PA’s Wind Creek Event Center.Want to hear “Crazy On You,” “Even It Up,” “These Dreams” and more live?Here’s everything you need to know about how to make that happen.A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and show start times can be found below.More of an Ann Wilson fan? She’s also performing this year. You can find her 2023 tour calendar here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
There’s a Joni Mitchell movie on the way.
Jackson Browne isn’t “Running On Empty.”The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer just announced he’s taking off on a 24-concert tour that will send him to venues all over North America from June through August this year.At all shows, he’ll be performing songs spanning the length of his legendary career meaning you’ll likely hear the hits like “Doctor My Eyes,” “Here Come Those Tears Again” and “The Pretender” live.Plus, you may even get to see Browne bust out hits from his recent Grammy-nominated album “Downhill From Everywhere.”Want to see Rolling Stone’s 37th greatest singer-songwriter live this year?Here’s everything you need to know.Browne’s U.S. tour gets underway on June 3 at Columbus, OH’s Palace Theatre.From there, the venerated vocalist will hit major cities like Pittsburgh (June 4), Omaha (June 13), Nashville (June 18), New Orleans (July 22) and Orlando (July 29).The run wraps up in Clearwater, FL at the Ruth Eckerd Hall on Aug.
Jake Bugg played his 2012 debut single ‘Trouble Town’, perhaps better known as the theme song from BBC’s hit show Happy Valley, last night (March 23) at the Royal Albert Hall. Watch footage in the video below.Bugg was performing as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust‘s annual concert series when he played the song, taken from his self-titled debut album.
Katherine Turman “These are kind of new glory days for us,” said Queen guitarist and founding member Brian May, who was literally knighted by King Charles III earlier this month. “It’s nice to think that hopefully there will be the demand for that.” But the guitarist, along with founding drummer Roger Taylor and singer Adam Lambert, was on the other side of the Atlantic in Thursday, in New York to announce the group’s 14-show North American leg of its “Rhapsody” tour — its first since 2019 — which runs from Oct. 4 through Nov. 11. “Every time I get the call we’re going to do another [tour], Whoo! I get excited!,” Lambert enthused. “Our audiences are unbelievable. They keep getting younger, with multi generations at the show, which is amazing.”
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group Queen is returning to the road with lead singer Adam Lambert for their 14-concert ‘Rhapsody Tour’ that will send them to arenas all over North America from Oct. 4 through Nov.
Jeff Goldblum may be coming to a city near you soon.The beloved character actor is taking off on a four-show tour that will send him all over North America from March through July.And one of those shows is in the Big Apple.On March 28, “The Fly” actor will buzz into New York City’s Town Hall for one night only.At all shows, Goldblum and the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra will perform tracks from the actor’s latest jazz record “Plays Well With Others.”They’ll be joined by special guest vocalist Mattiel Brown at the Town Hall gig.Need last-minute tickets?You can still grab them for reasonable prices.In fact, some are going for as low as $26 before fees on Vivid Seats for the Los Angeles concert.Now that’s a great price to see the man from “Independence Day,” “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Grand Budapest Hotel” live.Want to go?Here’s everything you need to know about Goldblum’s tour.All prices are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available for each show can be found below.Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
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