Additionally, for two full days on October 5 and 6, Bud Light's social channels will be the only destination to watch Lady Gaga perform her newest track, "Million Reasons". Lady Gaga is an American singer, songwriter and actress. "She cares so much more about her fans than anything else, and I adore that". " Million Reasons " is the complete opposite of "Perfect Illusion", with Gaga trading big production for a stripped down vibe that focuses more on the purity of her voice.
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson drew 5 percent of voters , while the Green Party's Jill Stein garnered just 1 percent. The poll of 545 likely Florida voters , conducted from last Tuesday through Sunday, was taken after the September 26 debate between Clinton and Trump .
This, of course, meant that Hollywood would soon be calling. The post Emily Blunt completely transformed for "Girl on the Train", says she looks like a "ghoul" appeared first on HelloGiggles. When she wakes up, she's covered in blood, has no idea what happened, and she finds out Megan has disappeared. Haley Bennett is young, lovely Megan. They live three houses down from where Rachel and Tom used to live (Tom still does with his new family).
Keys is preparing to release Here, her sixth studio album and the follow-up to 2012's Girl on Fire . "'Blended Family' is a true testament of love, growth and healing", she wrote . In a magnanimous tip to husband Swizz Beatz's ex, Keys gave R&B singer Mashonda a shout out as well, saying "I'm beyond proud of the work that the three of us most consciously applied to bettering ourselves for each other and our children's sake".
Could Justin Bieber and Britney Spears be a match made in music heaven? It's a chat show not a chew show! "And he's the generation coming up and he's been like "Mom, that's really boring" or 'Mom, this is really really good'". We previously told you that Britney taped an interview for the Loose Women talk show when she was in England for the Apple Music Festival, and the hosts asked her to play "Snog, Marry or Avoid" (the United Kingdom version of "F*ck, Marry, Kill)".
The answer helped three British-born scientists win the Nobel prize in physics Tuesday. "Their discoveries have brought about breakthroughs in the theoretical understanding of matter's mysteries and created new perspectives on the development of innovative materials", the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said.