Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin are teaming for a new fall tour. The two Latin artists will kick off their first-ever joint tour on September 5th in Phoenix, Arizona.
The tour, with special guest Sebastián Yatra, will hit such cities as Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Miami and more, wrapping October 20th in Atlanta.
While the guys in One Direction aren’t making music together anymore, that doesn’t mean their bond isn’t still there. Well, at least that’s what Niall Horan believes.
“There are only five people who understand how it felt to be under that spotlight for so long, and we actually had a very small core team around us,” he told “The Line of Best Fit" "So we're basically brothers for life."
In fact, Niall, whose album "Heartache Weather" comes out March 13th, compared it to the relationship that the cast of “Friends” has after working together for so many years. “When I saw that Instagram that Jennifer Aniston posted with the cast of 'Friends', it kind of reminded of One Direction, because they're the only ones that get it,” he shared. "Maybe that's a strange analogy, but hopefully you know what I mean?”
- And while he hasn’t ruled out a reunion one day, Niall insists it’s not something he’d do for the money. He notes, “I would hate for people to be like, 'Here they are coming for the money - because they've spent it all,’” adding, "if we're doing it [again], we'll be doing it for the fans and obviously for ourselves too.”
Camila Cabello turned 23 earlier this week and had quite the magical celebration alongside her boyfriend Shawn Mendes. She celebrated at The Blackpool Tower Eye in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, taking a break while filming the live-action movie "Cinderella" where Cabello plays the princess.
And it turns out, Camila's birthday celebration was acutally a Cinderella-inspired affair, and included a cake in the shape of Cinderella's pumpkin carriage. Cabello also had her own glass slipper and took part in lots of dancing, including a conga line.