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    In this article LYVFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTTaylor Swift accepts the Artist of the Year award onstage during the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.Kevin Winter | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty ImagesTaylor Swift's tour promoter is shifting blame for the botched "Eras" ticket sale squarely onto Ticketmaster, potentially fueling even more concerns about the Live Nation-owned ticket seller's dominant role in the industry. AEG Presents, the company in charge of handling Swift's upcoming tour, has rejected claims made by Ticketmaster and Live Nation's largest shareholder, Liberty Media, that the promoter chose to work with the ticketing site. "Ticketmaster's exclusive deals with the vast majority of venues on the 'Eras' tour required us to ticket through their system," AEG said in a statement to CNBC. "We didn't have a choice." Live Nation didn't immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment. AEG Presents' comment is the latest show of finger-pointing after the public ticket sale was canceled last week in light of extreme demand. Swift herself blamed an "outside entity" and...
    Lizzo announced last week that she had released an updated version of her new song Grrrls that features a 'lyric change' after receiving backlash for using an ableist slur on the track. The 34-year-old American pop singer - who said she 'never want(s) to promote derogatory language' - has changed the word 's**z' in the line 'Do you see this s***? I'ma s**z.' She insisted on Instagram that she was 'dedicated to being part of the change I've been waiting to see in the world' after disability activists begged her to 'remove' the lyric from the track, which features on her upcoming album Special. Short for the derogatory term 'spastic', the phrase is considered to be offensive in the UK, while its US definition is to 'lose physical or emotional control'.  Yet Lizzo joins an array of artists who've revised their lyrics to make them more politically correct following public outcry. Michael Jackson, Paramore and Taylor Swift have all tweaked songs of theirs after spotting dated or derogatory language.  Swift took out the word gay in Picture To Burn two...
    Even the best film directors need good actors. Claire Denis has worked with an informal troupe of actors who recur in her films throughout her career, like Gregoire Colin and Alex Descas, and has also had more starry lead actors this century, from Vincent Lindon in Bastards and Isabelle Huppert in White Material to Juliette Binoche in Let the Sunshine In. These are performers who have the mettle and experience to anchor a film, and the acting smarts to work with Denis’s tricksy dialogue and elliptical filmmaking. Margaret Qualley and Joe Alwyn lead The Stars at Noon as two lovers caught up in political intrigue in Nicaragua, and it is unfortunately a glaring flaw here that they are unable to carry the film. Both are miscast, both lack chemistry, and neither of them has a very fun time with the dialogue. It seems from early reactions in Cannes that Joe Alwyn’s reading of the line, “suck me” is destined to become legendary, but I would suggest that Qualley’s take on the line, “I’m fond of eggs” should be the real...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- There was another highlight at the NYU graduation Wednesday, in addition the commencement address from Taylor Swift.David Jevotovsky, a graduate of the Grossman School of Medicine, overcame major obstacles to accept his diploma.Jevotovsky walked across the stage, a feat that seemed impossible just a few years ago.He was injured in a horrible bike accident during his second year at the school that left him with a traumatic brain injury.After a month in a coma, he had to relearn how to walk and talk.Now, he's a doctor.He and 106 other graduates received their Doctor of Medicine degrees and recited the Hippocratic Oath as they set out to begin their physician careers.New York City Mayor Eric Adams was the keynote speaker.ALSO READ | Taylor Swift delivers NYU commencement address | Read full text of speechEMBED More News Videos Taylor Swift received an honorary degree from New York University on Wednesday and delivered a commencement address to the Class of 2022. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New York City news* Send us a news tip* Download the...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — What was the music that fueled you throughout this trying year? If the survey results are to be believed, it was none other than Adele that gave music lovers life in 2021. The British singer’s new album “30” topped the list of the most beloved LPs, and her single “Easy On Me” tied with “Essense” by Wizkid, Justin Bieber, and Tems to top the list of favorite singles. That’s according a survey of 2,000 people who were asked to choose their favorites from both this year’s Billboard Hot 100 singles and 200 number-one albums lists. The year’s top-selling album according to Billboard — “Dangerous: The Double Album,” by Morgan Wallen — landed third on the overall list of favorite albums. Wallen was dropped from his label after video surfaced of the country singer shouting a racial slur, but that didn’t stop his album from selling tons of copies. Two of the albums re-recorded by Taylor Swift also made the top 10 list of favorites — “Red” and “Fearless.” Here are the top 10s for both albums and...
    Your Shower Curtain is Probably Gross, Here’s How to Clean It Unvaccinated Aaron Rodgers tests positive for COVID-19, will miss Packers game vs. Chiefs © Provided by INSIDER Ed Sheeran and Adele. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM; Simon Emmett Ed Sheeran released his new album "Equals" on Friday, three weeks ahead of Adele's "30." He recently revealed that he finished the album in July so it could be printed on vinyl. "Adele had basically booked out all the vinyl factories," he said on "The Kyle & Jackie O Show." Ed Sheeran said that Adele's much-anticipated "30" influenced his own album rollout. The "Bad Habits" singer dropped his fifth studio album "Equals" (stylized as "=") on Friday, three weeks before Adele's fourth album is slated for release. However, during a Friday interview on "The Kyle & Jackie O Show," he revealed that he hurried to finish "Equals" two months in advance so it could be released on vinyl. When asked if he still gets nervous to unveil new music, Sheeran said he "can't do anything more on the...
    Breonna Taylors boyfriend sues Louisville police over fatal raid Rep. Tlaib calls out GOP for taking credit after passage of stimulus plan All the Harry Styles fans are likely on a true Watermelon Sugar high right now. Harry Styles Just Won His First Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Dionne Warwicks Advice to New Artists: "Be Only Who You Are" E! Online Taylor Swift Performs at the Grammys for the 1st Time in 5 Years US Weekly The Strokes Full Backstage Interview - Grammys 2021 Variety Julia Michaels Says She Knew Hit Song "If the World Was Ending" Was "Special" But Didnt Expect It to Do What It Did People Kelsea Ballerini on How She Got Bikini Ready For Her ‘Shape’ Magazine Cover Shoot (Exclusive) ETonline Keith Urban & Mickey Guyton to Co-Host 56th ACM Awards! CBS Entertainment Amanda Seyfried Reflects on Her Main Career Goal in the Past Entertainment Weekly...
    Renovating your bath? Consider these things if you’re 55-plus Spinning Back Clique: State of UFC heavyweight division after busy February Billie Eilish’s Documentary Might Remind You of Britney Spears’ Story—But Here’s Why It’s So Different E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next John Mayer Seemingly Responds to Taylor Swift Fans ‘Berating’ Him on TikTok US Weekly Taylor Thinks Not, Royally Over the Top? & Chrishells Breakup E! Online Lady Gagas Dog Walker Ryan Fischer Posts Following Dognapping ETonline Ian is Back, Guillermo is Late, Trucks are Hot - Corden Catch-Up CBS Entertainment Prince Harry Swears, Raps and FaceTimes Meghan as He Joins James Corden on Double Decker Bus Ride People Mary Lynn Rajskub Recalls Her Time Driving Around in a Weezer Video Entertainment Weekly The United States vs Billie Holiday - Variety Streaming Room Variety Cardi Bs New Single Up, Ariana Grandes Deluxe Edition of Positions & More News | Billboard News Billboard Fleetwood Mac’s...
    Amazons top end-of-year clearance deals Twitter reacts to Baron Davis, Master P planning to purchase Reebok Halsey Apologizes for Sharing Photo Depicting Her Eating Disorder: “I Had Positive Intentions” Halsey is saying "Sorry" after she shared a picture on Instagram that showed the effects of her eating disorder. Halsey Reflects on Heartbreak and Abuse in Poetry Book, I Would Leave Me If I Could E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Grammy Nominee Phoebe Bridgers Talks "Punisher": Nominee Spotlight E! Online Iggy Azalea Blasts Ex Playboi Carti Again: ‘A Baby Is Not a Pawn’ US Weekly PEOPLE Explains: Taylor Swift & Scooter Brauns Drama People Masked Singers Aloe Blacc Says His Kids Werent Rooting for The Mushroom the Whole Time Entertainment Weekly Inside Ariana Grande’s Engagement to Dalton Gomez ETonline Lets Make A Deal - A Rockin Good Time CBS Entertainment Mariah Carey, Ariana Grande & Jennifer Hudson Release Oh Santa! | Billboard News Billboard Crossover...
    20 truly useful work from home gifts Watch Fantasy Football Live for last-minute Week 12 news and sit-start advice Taylor Swift Reveals the One Song She Had the "Most Fun" Re-Recording Taylor Swift has been having a "really good time" re-recording her first six albums, but she was particularly excited to revisit one of her earliest hits. Beyoncé Dominates 2021 Grammys With 9 Nominations E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next The Weeknd Calls The Recording Academy "Corrupt" Over Grammys Snub E! Cardi B Slams Wiz Khalifa for Pitting Her and Nicki Minaj "Against Each Other" Over Grammys Drama E! One Day At a Time Canceled Again, But There Is Hope For More E! Kelly Clarkson Alludes to Possible Reason She Divorced Brandon Blackstock E! Gabourey Sidibe Is Engaged to Boyfriend Brandon Frankel E! Melissa Joan Hart Perfectly Sums Up Why We Love Holiday Movies E! 2021 Grammys: All the History-Making Moments to Look Out For E! ...
    Rolling Stone Magazine / Mary McCartneyThe ‘Lover’ singer recalled having one of the funniest nights of her life with a former Fab Four and a blasting music in a crowd of celebrities. AceShowbiz – Taylor Swift Enjoyed one of the “best nights of his life.” Paul McCartney. In a joint interview Rolling Stone The magazine calls pop star “Hey Jude” singer Paul “the catalyst for the funniest times ever” because he laments the fact that Kovid got infected on the way to a planned joint show at the Glastonbury Festival this summer (20). “If it had gone the way we thought it would go this year, you and I would have played Glastonbury,” he says. “I thought it would have been a lot of fun, because I relate the times I ran into you to the most fun nights of my life.” “I was at a party with you, when everyone started playing music … I was playing (Dave KrollS foo, fighters Song) is the best of you, but I read it on the piano, and until halfway through he...
    Chicago’s mayor, Lori Lightfoot, and its police superintendent, David Brown, weighed in on the police-involved shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that sparked significant unrest overnight, noting that they are “monitoring” the situation, and urging “civil and criminal authorities” in Kenosha to investigate the incident. Meanwhile, Chicago suffered 66 individual shootings over the weekend, from Friday until Sunday evening — violence that took the lives of at least five people, per the Chicago Sun-Times. “What happens in Wisconsin or any other city in our country does affect all of us,” Brown said Monday. “And yes, we are monitoring that situation. All of our deployment strategies are being practiced and we are obviously adjusting based on the information coming from, not only what happened in Wisconsin, but what happens here in Chicago.” The concern is, of course, that violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin, which is just a little more than an hour away from downtown Chicago and accessible by the city’s light rail system, could spread to the Illinois city. Although details are scant on the incident, it is clear from a now-viral video...
    Taylor Swift's collaborator has revealed that the singer didn't tell anyone — not even her record label Republic Records — that she was releasing her new 'Folklore' album 'until hours before it was launched.' The National multi-instrumentalist Aaron Dessner, who co-wrote and produced 11 of the album's 16 songs, opened up about working with Swift, 30, and the creation of the secret album during an interview with Pitchfork, explaining that they used voice memos that the pop star recorded on her cellphone to work on the tracks remotely.  'There was no outside influence at all. In fact, nobody knew, including her label, until hours before it was launched,' Dessner, 44, said. 'For someone who’s been in this glaring spotlight for 15 years, it’s really liberating to have some privacy and work on her own terms. She deserves that.' Surprise! Taylor Swift's record label Republic Records didn't know about her new 'Folklore' album 'until hours before it was launched,' according to her collaborator Aaron Dessner Teamwork: Dessner, a multi-instrumentalist from in the indie rock band The National, co-wrote and produced 11 of...
    Adam Levine. Photo: Christopher Polk / . Some artists have had to climb to gain fame, while others had a little help from their family. Today we leave you some artists who they grew up in a wealthy family and therefore they did not have to worry about anything other than their artistic career. 1. Miley Cyrus The singer and actress is the daughter of one of the most famous country singers in the United States, Billy Ray Cyrus, so since I was little lived a good life. 2. Adam Levine The singer of Maroon 5 is son of the owners of the department store M. Fredric and has always lived surrounded by luxury. 3. Taylor Swift His father, Scott Swift, is a senior financial advisor to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Being his darling nothing was ever missing. 4. Ed Sheeran The popular redhead comes from a well-off family, his father is an art curator and his mother is an very famous jewelry designer. 5. Ariana Grande The singer’s father is Edward Butera, director of...
    Vice President Mike Pence pledged additional resources and testing Sunday after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott described “the very swift and very dangerous turn” of the coronavirus. Pence had canceled appearances in Florida and Arizona as each state has seen a sharp rise in new coronavirus cases. However, a representative for Pence said the vice president still planned to travel to Texas, Florida and Arizona to meet with governors. “President Trump wanted us to be here today with the developments over the last two weeks with the rising positivity and the rising number of cases with a very simple message and that is to use people of Texas: We’re with you,” Pence said during a news conference with Abbott on Sunday. Pence stressed that citizens should “wear a mask,” stressing that experience showed that wearing them “will slow the spread.” The governor described how two weeks ago, something changed, and the virus took a “very swift and very dangerous turn.” On Friday, federal officials announced funding for testing sites would be extended for 14 days. Abbott said that would...
    Gabriel Wortman (pictured) killed 22 people during a rampage across several small towns in Nova Scotia in April. Two months later family members are demanding a federal inquiry into the case Families of the 22 victims killed in the worst mass shooting in Canadian history are demanding a swift federal inquiry amid mounting conspiracy theories that the gunman was an undercover agent for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or had ties to organized crime.  Gabriel Wortman, 51, launched his deadly rampage across several small towns in Nova Scotia on the night of April 18, lighting fires and shooting people at whim with four unlicensed semi-automatic weapons as he drove around in a replica police cruiser.  For 13 hours he evaded capture by the RCMP before he was shot dead in a confrontation with Mounties at a gas station in Enfield, 60 miles (97 km) from where the rampage began in his hometown of Portapique.   By the end of the spree Wortman had claimed the lives of 22 people - 13 who died from bullets and nine who died in...
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