Coldplay Writes New Song For Houston
Coldplay was forced to cancel their concert in Houston because of Hurricane Harvey, but the city was definitely still on their mind when they took the stage Monday night in Miami.
Chris Martin dedicated a newly written song, “Houston 1,” to those affected by the disaster, telling the crowd that they wrote the song, “because we all grew up loving country music, and of course that's kind of what we think of when we go to Texas. So if you'll bear with us, this is a new song and we'll never play this again,” adding they wanted to "send it over there to everyone who missed the show.”
Katy Perry Sued Over Amputated Toe
Katy Perry is facing a lawsuit from a stagehand who worked on her 2104 "Prismatic World Tour," blaming the singer for her losing a toe.
Christina Fish says she was working a show in North Carolina when she had to move a wall that got stuck and rolled across her foot. Fish says her shoe filled with blood, yet nobody bothered to call an ambulance so she had to get a friend pick her up and take her to the ER.
Well, after the toe became gangrenous it had to be amputated, causing Fish to suffer emotional distress. She also says she’s unable to do things she once loved like, Yoga, due to her missing toe.
Fish is seeking compensation not only from Katy but from Live Nation and some stage production companies.
Lady Gaga Named The First Female Face Of Tudor Watches
Lady Gaga will soon be wearing some fancy new timepieces. The singer has just signed on as the face of Swiss watch brand Tudor, the first time a female has starred in a campaign for the company.
Gaga will wear one of Tudor’s 41mm steel automatic Black Bay Red watches in an ad for its #BornToDare campaign. The watch sells for $3,350.
“She is an artist like no other, constantly pushing the boundaries as a musician, actor and fashion icon,” the brand writes on their Instagram page. “Some are born to follow. Others are #BornToDare. Welcome to the #TudorWatch family, @ladygaga #ladygaga.”
David Bowie Reaches One Billion Streams
David Bowie's legacy is officially cemented in the streaming world. The Thin White Duke's music has been listening to over 1-billion times on Spotify.
"Heroes" is the most popular song on the streaming platform, followed by "Let's Dance" and "Space Oddity." Check out the top 10 below:
1. "Heroes"2. "Let’s Dance"3. "Space Oddity"4. "Life On Mars"5. "Starman"6. "Rebel Rebel"7. "Moonage Daydream"8. "Changes"9. "Ziggy Stardust"10. "Modern Love"