Justin Timberlake Postpones MSG Show
Justin Timberlake fans in New York were left disappointed last night when he was forced to postpone his concert at Madison Square Garden under doctor's orders.
“My vocal chords are severely bruised,” he wrote on Instagram, noting, “I’m gonna make this up to you and the new show will be on my birthday, January 31st.”
He added, “Again, I’m so sorry to do this but excited to see you soon.”
The Chainsmokers dropping new song tomorrow: The Chainsmokers are getting ready to release another new song. The EDM duo revealed on Twitter they will release the new track “Sirens” tomorrow. The pair teamed with Paris producer Aazar for the track.
Sara Bareilles releasing "Armor" tomorrow: Sara Bareilles is set to drop the new song "Armor" tomorrow. The singer revealed the cover art on Instagram, noting, "Everything changes!! My big news is new music!! ARMOR will be released on Friday!!" She adds, "I can't wait to share, BUT before your ears get anything, your eyes get the artwork. An #appeteaser if you will. #icameupwiththat #socialmediamarketing#armor.
Justin Bieber encourages fans to vote: Justin Bieber may be a Canadian citizen, but even he realizes how important it is for people to vote in the upcoming election. "Living in the US I see how this country affects not only people here but all around the world," Bieber tweeted. "There are so many things people need help with that I hope all of you who can get out and Vote and make your voices heard." He then added, "I would if I could."
Christina Aguilera cancels concert over safety concerns: Christina Aguilera was forced to cancel her concert in Indio, California last night, citing "safety concerns." "Hey Fighters - I was just informed that due to production related safety concerns at tonight’s venue I am advised to cancel the show in Indio, CA.," she tweeted. "Y’all know this isn’t what we want because I look forward to performing for each and every one of you who make the time and effort to come see me! Love you all!". may have been with the stage itself,