Ariana Grande was joined by a reunited *NSYC, minus Justin Timberlake, at Coachella Sunday night, but while J.T. couldn’t be there, he did show his support for his bandmates.
The singer reacted to the reunion by sharing a photo of Ari with Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chase, captioning it “You guys killed it last night,” to which Chris responded, “Was a lot of fun but @justintimberlake was defiantly missed! Love you brother,” and Lance added, “You were missed my friend!
- Now, as for why Timberlake didn’t join in the reunion, it all comes down to his tour. The singer wrapped his “Man of the Woods Tour” Saturday night in Connecticut, , that just didn’t leave him any time to rehearse with his former bandmates so he had to decline.
Madonna just announced that her upcoming album will be called “Madame X” and it seems we won’t have to wait much longer to hear new music from it.
The singer just announced that the first single will be “Medellin,” featuring Maluma, and it will be dropping tomorrow.
Justin Bieber and wife Hailey just recently moved into their new Los Angeles home and they’ve already had an unwanted guest.
TMZ reports that cops arrested a woman on the premises of the pair’s Beverly Hills mansion on Sunday. She was busted on the sidewalk outside the home, where reportedly told cops that she lived in the mansion.
Panic! At The Disco just wrapped their highly successful “Pray For The Wicked” tour earlier this month after hitting the road in July 2018, The massive trek is their career-best – so it makes sense that the band was pretty exhausted once they finally got a break. During a livestream on hisTwitch channel yesterday, frontman Brendon Urie recalled the moment he crashed so hard after their last show that his bandmates feared that he might have died.
The band stopped at an airport hotel in Amsterdam, and Urie was all showered and ready for their flight with his bags packed. He figured he’d set an alarm for a quick 15-minute nap, but ended up knocking out for hours. The singer woke up to security guards surrounding him asking if he’s okay – he didn’t know what was going on until his bandmate showed him the time. Apparently, he was passed out so hard that no one could even wake him up for a while.
“So basically, everyone thought I was dead. I was so tired from tour that my brain told my body to shut down, [and] I ended up sleeping for six hours [on the flight],” Urie explained. “I overwork myself and stress out during tour – which is fine, it comes with the territory – but it’s nice to be home.”