Welcome to your daily rewards from HELLO! In today’s episode, we’ll discuss Niall Horan breaking some exciting tour news that will drive One Direction fans crazy!
Not only that, but Nicki Minaj is facing possible legal trouble, and the late rapper Tupac Shakur has been posthumously awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Listen to today’s episode below…
Niall Horan has revealed some details about his upcoming tour that is sure to get One Direction fans excited. The former boy band member was speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music One to celebrate his upcoming third album, The Show, as he revealed he’ll be performing some songs in the following catalog of 1D at his shows. Niall told the DJ that the group formed by X-Factor, which split in 2015, has great songs and that he has never shied away from the music of One Direction. The Slow Hands hitmaker also said he enjoys composing new versions of the song to perform for his fans. Niall’s tour will begin next February and his third studio album, The Show, is due out on Friday.
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© Dave Kotinsky/GETTY Singer Niall Horan performs on stage during KISS 108 Jingle Ball 2016.
Nicki Minaj could face a lawsuit after a Hollywood jeweler claimed the superstar rapper damaged some of their pieces. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, luxury boutique Roseark claims that it lent the Starships hitmaker a pair of earrings and a ring, but they were returned late and were not in good condition. initial. Nicki’s attorney argued that the jewelry used Nicki’s status to go public and that they were not responsible. Meanwhile, in more positive news about Nicki Minaj, the rapper announced this week that her fifth album, her first in five years, will be released in October.
The late rapper Tupac Shakur received a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week. The Tupac family, also an activist and actor, attended a ceremony in Los Angeles where they spoke about the musician’s legacy. In an emotional speech, his sister Sekyiwa Shakur told the crowd it was an honor to watch his greatness unfold. It was clearly an emotional moment for her and her voice broke as she addressed the crowd at the ceremony, here’s what she said: . Still considered one of the greatest rappers of all time, Tupac was just 25 years old when he was killed in a Las Vegas shooting, his death never being resolved.
© Getty Images Nicki Minaj could be in legal trouble
Chris Stapleton was forced to postpone his outdoor performance in upstate New York this week due to wildfire smoke. The country singer announced through her agent that the current weather conditions mean the show was supposed to be held at the St. Joseph Health in Lakeview, now being held at a different date in the future. It follows wildfires in areas such as Quebec, Canada, which created a haze that covered much of the northeastern and upper Midwestern United States. Other events at the Big Apple were also affected by the weather, including a canceled Broadway performance of Hamilton and the theater’s Prima Facia, starring Jodie Comer, which was cancelled. ten minutes after the show.
And Matty Healy was opening his band at the 1975 Concert in Dublin this week when American singer Caroline Polacheck withdrew due to illness. The singer reserved a solo spot for fans at a concert in St Anne’s Park as part of their big At It’s Very Best tour after they announced that Caroline would not be performing. The rock band released a statement to fans saying their close friend Caroline was not well enough to take part in the Dublin gig, but wished her a speedy recovery.
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