Ariana Grande Gets Emotional Singing About Mac Miller In His Hometown
Ariana Grande is still pretty emotional about the loss of her ex-boyfriend MacMiller and that was particularly true this week when she brought her “Sweetener World Tour” to Mac’s hometown of Pittsburgh.
While performing her song “Thank U, Next” which name checks Mac, she actually got choked up, with fans coming to her rescue to sing the rest of the line in the song.
And that’s not all, Ari also go emotional singing “Raindrops (An Angel Cried),” and had a hard time finishing the song because she was crying.
- Ari also paid tribute to Mac in other ways, leaving an empty seat reserved for him, and including his songs in her pre-concert music. Check out video of Ari’s emotional moment to the right.
Taylor Swift Announces New Album “Lover," Drops New Song
Taylor Swift fans got the news they’ve been anxiously awaiting. The singer announced on an Instagram Live session that her new album, “Lover,” will drop August 23rd. (Fans will be glad to know there's an Easter egg in the date, 8 (for August) +2+3=13, Tay's favorite number)
The album, which Taylor describes as "very romantic," features 18 tracks, including the already-released “Me!,” featuring Brendon Urie. It also features the new song “You Need To Calm Down,” which she dropped at midnight. A video for the song is also set to be released on Monday, debuting on "Good Morning America." Check out “You Need To Calm Down” to the right,and the album's cover art below.
- ONE MORE THING! It seems in addition to the standard version of the album, Tay will be releasing the album in four deluxe editions, all availableat Target, with each one containing different content.
- And...It seems the release of Taylor's album will coincide with a collaboration with StellaMcCartney. "She's been a friend and a woman that I respect so much. She brings whimsy, imagination and romance to her clothes. "She's heard the new album, and the collab is inspired by the album," she shares. "There will be more details closer to the launch of the album. I'm really honored that she would want to collaborate in this way."
John Krasinski Trolls Jenna Fischer With On-Screen Ex
John Krasinski and his “The Office” counterpart Jenna Fischer have been going at it on social media all throughout the Stanley Cup finals. They’ve been jabs over their rivaling teams – Krasinski being a Boston Bruins fan and Fischer rooting for the St. Louis Blues – and Krasinski went for a creative blow yesterday for game seven.
Taking to Instagram, Krasinski shared a video seeming to propose a truce. He acted all sorry that she wasn’t there to enjoy the game, and said, “let the best team win.” But then someone interesting sat down to fill the seat that would have been Fischer’s: David Denman, AKA Fischer’s on-screen ex-fiancée from “The Office.”
Denman acted all awkward on camera, giving Fischer a simple, “hi” – and Krasinski had the biggest smile on his face the whole time. “Ha. Ha. Ha. Be careful he doesn’t leave you at the game,” Fischer writes in the comments, referencing a scene from “The Office” where Roy leaves Pam at a hockey game.Check it out below.