Justin Timberlake Opening New York Pop Up
Justin Timberlake is opening up a “Man of the Woods’ pop-up shop in New York this weekend. The location of the store hasn’t been revealed yet, but it will be open tomorrow through Sunday, and will feature 16 brand collaborations.
Among the things fans can pick up are two pairs of limited edition Air Jordans, a “Filthy”-inspired T-shirt collaboration with Heron Preston, and more.
J.T. had been selling the products through his online store, but as of now they are all sold out.
Are Adele & Sam Smith The Same Person?
Adele and Sam Smith are both Brits, and both GRAMMY-winning artists, but are they really the same person? Well, in case you missed it, that’s the latest conspiracy theory circulating on the Internet.
It all started when someone posted video of the slowed down the vinyl version of Adele’s “Hello,” which made her sound awfully like Sam. The clip has already been shared over 125K times, and liked over 300K times, with the user, known as Jesse, then sharing another clip, of Adele’s “Million Years Ago,” which also sounds a bit like Sam.
“Mate. they’re never seen together at the same event. they’re British legends, sing the same genre. legit I’m telling you. *x-files theme tune*,” the user wrote. “It all adds up. I just googled to find a picture of them together. There is non! I think they are the same person!
But does it work in reverse? Well, someone tried to speed up Sam’s “Too Good at Goodbyes,” and the results aren’t as promising.
Ariana Grande’s Manager Tells Of Her Post Manchester “Trauma”
Ariana Grande had a difficult time heading back out on the road after the terrorist attack that killed concertgoers following her show in Manchester, England. In a new podcast, the singer’s manager Scooter Braun reveals she “suffered from trauma” and “cried for days” after the May tragedy.
“When she found out that fans of hers had died she was so sad,” he told the “Big Questions with Cal Fussman” podcast. “She cried for days, she he felt everything - every face they announced, every name, she wore on her sleeve. Every bit of emotion because that’s who she is.”
Scooter went with Ariana when she went to visit injured concertgoers at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, and he says it was the “hardest two hours of either of our lives.”
As for Ariana getting the courage to restart her tour, Scooter notes, “We didn’t have the right to be so sad we couldn’t continue. The terrorist made a mistake… they picked the wrong goddamn show,” adding, “Because if they thought we were going to roll over they don’t know Ariana and they don’t know me.”