Taylor Swift gave fans a huge present for her birthday yesterday. The singer shared a video for a trailer for an upcoming concert film about her recent “Reputation Stadium Tour.” And fans will be able to ring in the New Year watching it, because it’s set to premiere on Netflix at midnight December 31st.
“Today I finally get to show you something we’ve been working on for a while… the trailer for the Reputation Stadium Tour!,” she writes on Instagram. “You made this tour so insanely fun for all of us on stage, and I’m really excited that we will have this memento of the memories we all made together this year.”
Robin Thicke is back with a new single. The singer just debuted the track “Testify,” his first new song since 2016’s “Deep” featuring Nas and “One Shot” featuring Juicy J.
Robin has yet to announce a new album, but one is expected out sometime next year. Robin notes, “when I made this record I wanted to sing my whole truth and lead off the new album singing my a** off.”
Meanwhile, in an interview with Zane Lowe, Robin says the death of his father Alan Thicke inspired the course of his latest record. “Well, it’s funny — my father passed away a couple of years ago and I thought I had an album and these songs that I wanted to put out. Then when that happened, it was something I wasn’t expecting and it just rattled my soul,” he shared. “So, I took some time to re-think the album and then these songs started pouring out that had more meaning and more weight to them.”
ONE MORE THING!Fans will be able to catch Robin on New Year’s Eve. He is set to perform from Times Square as part of Steve Harvey’sFox NYE special, airing at 8 pm.
There’s a long list of things that Millennials have been blamed for “killing off.” Tuna may be one of them.
Experts say bar soap, fabric softeners, and even door bells have started disappearing because the younger Americans aren’t into them. Starkist Tuna exec Andy Mecs says they are definitely behind the slow demise of tuna.
The problem, it seems, is that a lot of millennials don’t know how to use a can opener. In fact, according Mecs’ statement, many millennials don’t even own can openers. Earlier this week on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, the theory was put to the test with his street team challenging millennials to open a can.
With one exception, the can stayed sealed. One person even broke the can opener twice while trying.
Zayn Malik is giving fans yet another taste of his sophomore album “Icarus Falls,” which drops Friday. The singer just released the new song “There You Are,” which is about someone who gives him unconditional love.
Zayn also unveiled the cover art for the album, featuring a futuristic pair of wings, with one of the on fire.
It’s finally here – Marvel has dropped the highly anticipated first official trailer for “Avengers 4.”That means they’ve also revealed the title: “Avengers: Endgame.” The clip shows the surviving heroes of the battle with Thanos picking up the pieces after losing their friends. The movie hits theaters this April.
Gwen Stefani has a hard time buying Christmas gifts for her beau Blake Shelton. During an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Gwen shared how difficult it is for each of them to shop for one another, noting that they’ve already ruined the gift giving this year.
“It’s so hard! He has everything,” Gwen admitted. “I feel like we’re both sitting there going, ‘Promise me you’re not going to get me anything. Let’s just not get gifts this time.’”
But the thing is, they still do buy gifts for each other, and they’ve both already blown the surprise this year. Gwen says she was doing some shopping online for herself with Blake in the room, and she decided to pass up something she thought was too expensive. She eventfully decided to get it anyway, much to Blake’s dismay. “When it came, he was like, ‘I got you that! That’s your Christmas present!’” she said. ‘Now I have two of them, so that happened.”
And she’s no better at the gift giving. Gwen says she originally decided to get Blake a leaf blower, but when she was texting her assistant the link to the item, she mistakenly sent it to a group text that Blake was a part of. “Blake wrote back, ‘Yeah, that’s a perfect gift,’” she recalls, adding that he later “confessed he had actually bought one” already.
Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus recently released their new collaboration, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” and apparently that collab has been a long time in the making. During an appearance on “The Graham Norton Show,” Mark admitted that he sort of stalked Miley for he past four years to get her to agree.
Mark says he was blown away when he saw her perform on the “Saturday Night Live” 40th reunion special, so he decided to reach out to her. “I got her number; I don’t know if it was legal or not,” he said, adding, “I started texting her. I just said, ‘Hey, if you ever want to make some music’ … four days went by, nothing.”
Although it took Miley four years to agree to work together, she says she “wouldn’t have it any other way.” “Any time before this would have not been right, and any time after this would have been too far away,” she said. “I think it’s perfect timing with this song, at the time that it’s out in the world.”