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Are These Billboards Teasing Adele's New Album?

Adele fans have been speculating that her new music is coming soon, and now they have more reason to think that.

It seems some mysterious billboards have been turning up in several cities, with the simple number “30,” which folks are guessing is a tease of her new album. Of course it would make sense since Adele, now 33, has named all her previous albums, “19,” “21” and “25,” after significant ages in her life, and 30 was a big one since it was the year she divorced husband Simon Konecki.

So far there has still been no confirmation, but the possibility has other fans thinking Adele’s imminent album release may have had something to do with Taylor Swift’s announcement last week that she was pushing up the release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” to November 12th.

Emily Ratajkowski is opening up about her experience on the set of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video… and it’s not good. In an excerpt from her debut book “My Body,” the model accuses the singer of fondling her during the shoot.

Emily appeared topless alongside two other models in the uncensored music video for the 2013 hit. She was enjoying the shoot at first, since it featured an all-female crew… until she and Thicke were alone on set. Suddenly, she said she felt someone “cupping [her] bare breasts” – and when she looked back, it was Robin.

Director Diane Martel has confirmed the account to “The Sunday Times,” remembering scolding the Robin since “the shoot [was] over.” "Robin sheepishly apologized,” she adds. “As if he knew it was wrong without understanding how it might have felt for Emily."

Ever since Harry Styles released his song “Watermelon Sugar” fans have been speculating about what it means— all Not safe for work—Well, it seems Harry has finally answered the question. 

During his recent concert he introduced the song by saying, “It doesn't really matter what it's about. It's about the sweetness of life.”

But he didn’t end it there, noting, “It's also about the female orgasm, but that's totally different. It's not really relevant.”

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