Rumors Surface About Harry Styles Solo Album
Harry Styles’ debut solo album is “close” to being ready. Now a report out of the UK claims it may be coming out in “late April/early May.” “BBC Radio 1’s The Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw” co-host Sinead Garvan is the one who reported the rumor, although so far it’s just that, a rumor.
Meanwhile, Grimshaw, who has a close relationship with Harry, claims he was supposed to listen to the album over the weekend. He said Harry planned to come over his house for dinner to play him the record, with Grimshaw saying his mom even made dinner for the One Direction star.
“Did he come? No,” Grimshaw shared. “Did my mom make him potatoes with goose fat? Yes she did. She’s like, ‘What time’s Harry coming?’ I said, ‘I don’t know.’ Eilieen’s not happy about it.”
Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Spent Valentine’s Day Apart
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are still happily in love, but unfortunately they didn’t get to spend the most romantic day of the year together. Gwen appeared on “Today” yesterday and admitted that they were in different cities for Valentine’s Day.
“We weren't together. I was here (New York) and he was in Oklahoma,” she said about their Valentine’s Day, before joking, “He forgot!” She then admitted that wasn’t true, offering, "No, just kidding. I got some beautiful flowers and lots of texts. It was fun."
Gwen is now back on “The Voice,” and she admits at first it was a little odd working on the show now that she and Blake are dating. “Sometimes it is a little bit [weird]," she explained. "We're driving home and I'm like, 'Do you think I should put them together?' And then I'm like, 'Wait a minute! I'm not going to talk to you about this! I don't know if you are the enemy. This is confusing." But, Gwen admitted, “We actually do help each other, and I've learned a lot about country music—just in last year—through him."
Stars Come Out To Celebrate The Bee Gees
The GRAMMY’s tribute to the Bee Gees Sunday night was just a taste of a larger tribute that was recorded earlier this week at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. “Stayin' Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees,” which will air on CBS at a later date, featured performances by John Legend, Celine Dion, Ed Sheeran, Keith Urban, and more.
Highlights of the night included Legend, joined by Stevie Wonder on harmonica, performing “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,” DNCE's take on “Night Fever,” Demi Lovato performing “If I Can’t Have You,” and Jason DeRulo being joined by Tavares for “More Than A Woman.”
Other performances included: Urban performing 1967's “To Love Somebody,” Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett pairing up for the Dolly Parton/Kenny Rogers hit “Islands in the Stream,” which the Bee Gees wrote, and Lovato, Tori Kelly, Little Big Town and Andra Day, performing a tribute to “Saturday Night Fever, just like they did Sunday at the GRAMMYS.