There’s bad news for fans who were looking forward to seeing Sam Smith and Normani perform “Dancing with a Stranger” at the Billboard Music Awards. The pair has canceled their performance because doctors have ordered Sam to rest his voice.
According to a statement on Twitter Sam’s “medical specialists are requiring him to have further rest,” noting Sam’s “primary focus” is on his “recovery and health.”
Two weeks ago Sam was forced to cut his South African tour short due to a strain on his voice. In addition to the BBMA performance, Sam has also canceled performance Saturday at the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Panic! At The Disco was the subject of a “Jeopardy” question this week, and while they were certainly excited, they had some mixed emotions after the reigning champ James Holzhauer actually got the question wrong.
The question featured lyrics to their hit “High Hopes,” but James, who has now won over a million bucks on the show, said they were from a Fall Out Boy song. That prompted PATD to tweeted, “hey look ma, we…… made it?!?”
Pink is showing off her brand new baby – a new motorcycle gifted to her by hubby Carey Hart.
“My [love] won’t give me another baby, so he built me one,”
We are less than a day away from Taylor Swift’s big announcement and she’s dropped yet another clue on Instagram. The singer shared another pastel-hued photo, this time of a vase with pink roses, alongside some sort of booze and gold barware.
Taylor also shared a new Instagram filter on her Instagram story, which appears to add twinkle lights to pictures, although she called it a “morphing filter” and says it will change in the coming days.
- Meanwhile, Taylor performed at the Time 100 gala this week, and she also talked to the audience about what songwriting means to her. "I always looked at writing as sort of like a protective armor," she shared. "Which is weird, because you think of writing about your life, that's usually like a vulnerability, but I think that when you write about your life, it gives you the ability to process your life.” She adds, "I use it as a way of justifying things that have happened to me. Whether they're good or bad. I like to honor the good times and really process the bad times when I write."