Katy Perry’s Witness tour kicked off this week at the Bell Centre in Montreal on Tuesday. The singer shared a slew of photos via her Instagram account, giving fans a taste of what they can expect. Perry was forced to delay the start of the tour due to “unavoidable production delays,” and it looks as though that extra time really paid off.
Miley Cyrus has released “Week Without You,” a new single from her upcoming album, Younger Now, due out September 29th.
JAY-Z joins SNL’s fall premiere on September 30th as the first musical guest of the season. He will be followed by Sam Smith and P!nk. The two pop stars are set to join the SNL cast for the second and third episodes of Season 43 in October. While Smith will be joined by Wonder Womanactress Gal Gadot on October 7th, P!nk teams up with comedian and Silicon Valley actor Kumail Nanjiani on October 14th. JAY-Z is matched with co-host Ryan Gosling for the premiere.
Spotify has revealed the most popular wedding songs in America based on their user-made wedding playlists. No. 1 on the list is “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, followed by “Marry You” by Bruno Mars. Rounding out the top five is John Legend’s love ballad “All of Me,” along with “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars and “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)” by Whitney Houston.
Comedian Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko are moving forward with their lavish baby shower, despite the ongoing extortion scandal swirling around their family. The event will take place at the Calamigos Beach Club in Malibu, California, and is set to cost $117,855, according to TMZ. The Lion King is the theme, which means leopard print decorations, music from the classic Disney film and an “Experience Bar” with exotic food for guests to try. Guests will also be able to dress up like tribal warriors and play The Price Is Right-style games. The couple also booked a chimp, who will be wearing a diaper, TMZ reports.
Variety magazine claims Matthew Broderick is joining the cast of Fox’s musical ”A Christmas Story Live.” He will narrate the show as an adult Ralphie.
Us Weekly claims Beyonce and Jay-Z are going to play a hurricane benefit show on Tuesday, October 17th in Brooklyn. Proceeds will benefit victims of both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.