Miley Cyrus’ Releasing “Younger Now” Next Month
Miley Cyrus fans have something to look forward to next month. The singer announced on social media that her new album, “Younger Now,” is set to drop on September 29th.
So far she hasn’t announced any further details, but the album is likely to contain her two already released tracks “Malibu” and “Inspired.”
"Younger Now" will be Miley's first new release since 2015’s “Miley Cyrus and her Dead Petz.”
Billy Ray Cyrus Headed For “The Voice”
Billy Ray Cyrus is headed for “The Voice” this season. In case you missed it, the singer’s daughter, Miley Cyrus has recruited him to help mentor her team this year, with the new season of the NBC hit set to kick off September 25th.
Miley revealed the news on Instagram, writing, “DAD ALWAYS HAS THE BEST ADVICE! Which of course makes him the perfect advisor!!!!!! @billyraycyrus#TeamMiley.”
Billy Ray certainly won’t be the only famous face mentoring this season’s contestants. As we previously told you, Rascal Flatts is on board to help Blake Shelton’s team, while Joe Jonas will be working with Adam Levine’s team and Jennifer Hudson has recruited Kelly Rowland.
Opening Arguments And Testimony Begin At Taylor Swift Groping Trial
Opening arguments have begun in Taylor Swift’s legal battle against DJ David Mueller, and it turns out Taylor isn’t seeking a big payday from the disgraced DJ. Taylor was in the Denver courtroom as lawyers for both sides began their arguments.
Taylor’s lawyer Douglas Baldridge told jurors the singer was “absolutely certain” she was sexually assaulted by the DJ, who Taylor says grabbed her butt cheek during a photo op. “What’s wrong with this picture?,” the lawyer said. “A woman gets assaulted, a woman reports it, and she gets sued.” Baldridge added that Taylor is suing for a symbolic $1, and only countersued Mueller to show others “you can always say no.”
Mueller, who is seeking $3-million, is claiming he was fired because of Swift’s fraudulent claims and his lawyer acknowledged that while it’s offensive and wrong to touch a woman inappropriately, he added, “falsely accusing someone of inappropriate touching is equally offensive" and wrong.