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The singer reworked her 2004 hit to urge people to practice self-isolation and stay indoors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
"The perfect way to honor a series that has made an impact in so many people's lives," said Pop TV's president.
She's just beginning to speak out about her relapse.
"We were really lucky, and no one has been seriously hurt," the band said on social media.
The One Direction alum's appearance on NBC's Today Show stirred up fans with excitement both on Twitter and in person, despite a rainy New York morning.
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After a video of pop star Dua Lipa showering a stripper with money at a Grammys after-party made its way to the internet, fans debated whether the singer was objectifying women.
Season 5 was only uploaded to the streaming platform in October.
Big Hit Entertainment announced an official comeback date on Tuesday.
"It's funny and joyous and also your heart breaks and then you love them."
Pop singing sensation Justin Bieber trended on Twitter Tuesday with the hashtags #BieberIsBackTODAY and #BIEBER2020 after revealing plans for new music in 2020.
One song Styles released shares a title with Rowe's favorite book.
In a viral tweet, Taylor Swift said she had written a new Christmas song but was wondering if she should release it and sought advice from her three cats.
A new album and Christmas special are now streaming.
"I didn't want to seem out of my element, or like I was trying to convey or pull something off that wasn't really me," Musgraves told Newsweek.
The video features his family wandering in the desert, before a performance by his Sunday Service choir.
"Madonna's Madame X concerts previously scheduled for November 30th, December 1st and 2nd at the Boston Center Wang Theatre are canceled due to doctor's orders, said Live Nation, who is handling the tour's promotion, in a statement on Wednesday. "We are sorry and regret the disappointment to fans in Boston."
"All any of the artists, or really anyone in this room, wants is to create something that will last," Swift said. "Whatever it is in life."
"Taylor, the narrative you have created does not exist."
The song is one of 23 unreleased tracks that will drop in November.
"Our fan base has an input, our staff has an input and we just try to find that perfect combination of what makes these comic cons amazing."
"I do feel a slight pressure to keep everyone in the loop and involved in everything I'm doing and creating."
"There's a lyric basically about every word that falls into the bonfire. I was imagining a lot of people screaming into the bonfire of our own times."
Some fans were quick to name a British voice as Swift's own lover, though the snippet is actually from a 2017 interview.
"We could leave the Christmas lights up 'til January. This is our place, we make the rules."
It's time for Los Angeles to go to KCON, a convention for fans of Korean pop music; for those who can't make it, the performances are being live-streamed.
Jason Paige, the singer behind the original Pokemon series bop Gotta Catch 'Em All, has returned with his own unofficial theme song for the franchise's newest film, Detective Pikachu.