Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston appear to be enjoying their newfound love. The couple was spotted Wednesday night, holding hands and laughing outside the Hillstone restaurant in Santa Monica, California. Last month, the couple decided to come public with their relationship after onlookers spotted the pair holding hands and kissing on a beach along the coast of Rhode Island.
Lady Gaga performed a concert for delegates at the Democratic National Convention. During her set she covered some popular favorites such as Neil Young's "Old Man" and the Beatles "Come Together." Gaga was introduced by the Senator from New Jersey, Cory Booker. Booker told the audience, "She's fighting for all of us - from victims of sexual assault . . ."
Beach Boys' Brian Wilson has released his PBS Soundstage concert special Brian Wilson & Friends on CD and DVD via BMG. Brian Wilson & Friends originally aired on PBS throughout 2015 and was offered as exclusive DVD and Blu-ray sets as a premium gift for viewer contributions to the network's annual pledge drive.
Mary J. Blige has reportedly filed for divorce from her husband Kendu Isaacs. The pair have been married for twelve years and Blige cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for her filing. She has also reportedly requested that a judge prevent Isaacs from requesting spousal support.
Def Leppard will reportedly hit the road once again alongside Poison for a new tour coming in 2017. Poison frontman Bret Michaels let the news slip in a new interview with the Salt Lake Tribune. "The honest answer to that is I absolutely hope so, and next year it'll be Poison and Def Leppard," he said.
Hillary Scott has opened up with her favorite memory of making the new release Love Remains. Speaking with theboot.com, Scott recalled that it was truly special having her daughter join the band in the studio while creating the faith-based release. "[My daughter] Eisele came a lot to the studio, which was really fun," Scott recently told The Boot.
Metallica has announced the release of their newest book Back To The Front with a new video message featuring drummer Lars Ulrich. "Two years in the making, we're beyond excited to finally share it with you," the band says in the official announcement. "You all jumped in to assist us in putting the pieces together by sending your photos, videos, stories and mementos."
Justin Moore has released the title track of his forthcoming new release Kinda Don't Care. The album is due for release on August 12 and the title track finds Moore debating his own willingness to chase romance on a night out. "I kinda want to light up a couple smokes / Kinda want some Crown mixed in my Coke / Kinda want to hole up in some corner booth somewhere," Moore sings.
JoJo has released a new track called "F**k Apologies" featuring Wiz Khalifa. In an adjoining video JoJo is seen crooning the track next to a pool and makes out before admitting that she's not worried to shed a little pride for a good time. "I'm not perfect, I got pride / That's not what it is this time / So f**k apologies, I would say I'm sorry if I really meant it," she sings.
Footage from a new Beatles documentary finds members of the band sharing their recollections of the frantic Beatlemania period as the band broke through to international mega-stardom. The new film, titled The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, was directed by Ron Howard and a new trailer for the film hit the web this week.
Tame Impala's frontman, Kevin Parker is missing 36 hours of last weekend. He is utilizing the internet to find out where it went. The group performed at the Glastonbury festival in Pilton, UK. Tame Impala shared the main stage as the group who preceded Adele. Speaking to Q Magazine, Parker said, "There's a good 36 hours after we played that is unaccounted for."
Drake brought out none other than Kanye West for a special guest appearance at his recent show in Chicago. Yeezus hit the stage suddenly to the surprise of the audience for a performance of both "Pop Style" and "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1." Speaking about a connection with Kanye, Drake touched on their previous collaborations that have yet to be released.
The filmmaker behind a new Oasis film has revealed that both Noel and Liam Gallagher were both asking about one another during the making of the project. The film is called Supersonic and will be released in October. Director Mat Whitecross spoke on the project with Q Magazine.
Little Big Town have offered up their version of Alicia Keys' "Fallin" on their recent appearance on the show Greatest Hits. The band had previously shared a teaser that they may cover the track when Karen Fairchild said she was ready to channel her "inner Alicia Keys." "This song is vocal gymnastics," Fairchild says in a promo video.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have appeared together in bed in the most recent edition of Harper's Bazaar. In the adjoining article the super-couple open up about topics including their most annoying habits. Speaking of their most annoying habits, Kardashian said that she becomes extremely impatient while doing clothing fittings.