Harry Styles Opens Up About His Romantic Life, His Music And More
Harry Styles, whose solo debut “Sign Of The Times” drops today, admits that he’s been so busy lately that he hasn’t had much time for a romantic life. "I haven't dated in a long time really because I went away to do the movie then did the album so I haven't in a while,” he told the BBC 1 Breakfast Show, “I have a couple of candles left still, though."
But gals, if you want to date Harry, you should be warned about his best and worst traits. "I think I snore and also I quite like routine, so I don't know if I'm incredibly spontaneous,” he said about his worst traits. “Best trait ... I don't know, it's weird to pick your best. Shall we go with the nipples thing,” referring to the fact that he has four nipples.
- As for his music, Harry says he played Ed Sheeran some of his songs but he’s not completely sure what the singer thought about them. “He didn’t say that he didn’t like any, but he did like one song that isn’t on the album,” Harry says. “So I did have a bit of a minute of like hmmm no but…” Harry did add that Ed is, “one of the most talented dudes I know.” Want a taste of Harry's debut single? He dropped "Sign of the Times," overnight
Adele’s “21” Sets New Record
Adele has just set a new record. The singer’s sophomore album “21” has just spent its 319th week on the “Billboard” 200 chart, making it the longest-charting album by a woman. Carole King’s classic album “Tapestry” previously held the record with 318 weeks on the “Billboard” 200.
Adele’s “21,” which won multiple GRAMMYS, has been on the chart ever since it was released back on March 12, 2011. It debuted at number one and spent 24 non-consecutive weeks in the top spot.
Adele’s record has a long way to go before it can beat the overall longest-charting album. That honor goes to Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon," which spent 927 weeks on the “Billboard” 200.
Lady Gaga’s Tiffany Collection Debuts
Lady Gaga's new ad campaign for Tiffany’s is finally here. The singer first teamed up with the luxury jewelry brand around the Super Bowl, with Gaga appearing in a commercial that debuted just before her half-time show.
Now Gaga appears in a print campaign for the company, shot by fashion photographer David Sims and styled by former "Vogue" editor Grace Coddington. Wearing a black turtle neck and slacks, Gaga shows off an 18k gold and sterling silver collection, including a necklace, bracelet and three-tiered drop earring.
The new collection is set to go on sale April 28th in stores and online May 2nd.