Justin Bieber has shared a new song, “I’ll Be There,” which wasn’t on his latest release. The song, which features R&B flavors and showcases his rapping skills is being received warmly by critics and fans alike. Little is known about the background of the song, which wasn’t included on Purpose, an album with global hits like “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry.”
Madonna’s first-ever concert in Nashville, Tenn., on Monday may have brought more drama than Madge intended. She arrived three hours late for the performance, upsetting fans and country crooner Reba McEntire, who took to social media to complain.
4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry, says she’s sorry for a series of Tweets expressing anger Lady Gaga’s Oscar nomination as co-writer of “Til It Happens To You.” Previously, Perry said that Diane Warren was solely responsible for the track, which appears in the documentary The Hunting Ground.
Calvin Harris has put his Hollywood Hills home on the market for $9.995 million, just months after girlfriend Taylor Swift snapped up a $25 million Beverly Hills mansion. The timing has raised eyebrows and speculation that the two are moving in together abounds. The Scottish DJ stands to make a massive profit after just buying his 4,100-square-foot home for $7 million three years ago. Harris does have another home in the ‘hood though – a $15 million pad in Beverly Hills. This isn’t the first time rumors about the two moving in together have surfaced; a few weeks ago, Swift’s rep squashed them.
Pop star Miley Cyrus recently moved in with Liam Hemsworth, amid rumours of their re-engagement. Miley brought four dogs with her, who will join Liam’s two. Quite a crew at casa Hemsworth.
Selena Gomez and model and fashion exec Samuel Krost are ready to make it official: they an item, and their romance can be documented in public. On Sunday, January 17th, the lovebirds were seen holding hands after leaving Beverly Hills hotspot SLS hotel.
Mark Ronson says he is working with Lady Gaga on her fifth studio album, The Evening Standard reports. The producer told the paper: “I think she’s incredibly talented and kind of a muso at heart beyond all the giant pop hits. I would love to work some more with her — she’s an incredible singer/songwriter.”
Coldplay drummer Will Champion and guitarist Jonny Buckland recalled in a new interview with NME that the band once asked the late David Bowie to sing on a song they wrote — and the legendary rocker turned them down. Champion said, “Chris (Martin, singer) once submitted a song to him with a note that said, ‘Would you please sing on this song, because it’s got this three-part thing,’ and we had a sort of David Bowie–type character. And Bowie came back, ‘It’s not a very good song, is it?’ I was like, ‘OK, I’ll take that as a no.’ So he was very discerning. He wouldn’t just put his name to anything, so I’ll give him credit for that.”
Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx is a hero. The actor allegedly pulled a man from a burning car in front of his home on Monday night, January 18th. CNN.com reports that Brett Kyle, 32, was driving his Toyota Tacoma “at a high rate of speed” when he ran into a drainage ditch and rolled over multiple times. The truck landed on its passenger side and caught fire with Kyle still inside. According to witnesses, two people rushed to his aid and pulled him out of the vehicle. Ventura County Fire Department spokesman Capt. Mike Lindbery would not confirm or deny that Foxx was part of the rescue effort.
Charlie Sheen has been opening up to Dr. Mehmet Oz and while appearing on the Dr. Oz Show on Monday, January 18th, the actor admitted that he gets manic once he starts to party hard. Sheen said, “The majority of, in my experience with the manic behavior is usually in the throes of deep partying, deep substance abuse and drinking . . . It doesn’t really happen when I’m not doing that, it has never really reared its head.”