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Source: Global News

Justin Bieber breaks music hiatus, joins Ariana Grande on Coachella stage

Today 08:05 GMT

During the closing night of the annual Coachella festival, Ariana Grande had something special in store for not only her fans, but the Beliebers of the world too.

In the midst of his indefinite hiatus from music — joined the Thank U, Next singer onstage for an explosive performance of his 2015 hit, Sorry. “I haven’t been onstage in like two years,” said Bieber, 25. “I came out here and had no idea I was going to be on this stage tonight.”

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Source: The Guradian

The excitement over Adele’s marriage breakdown is ugly and unkind

Tuesday 14:31 GMT

The brazen salivating and hand-rubbing over the breakdown of a marriage is a bit icky – even more so when it is at the expense of someone as likable and seemingly normal as Adele, whose anguish has already provided the soundtrack to the world’s despair for a decade.

In this climate of rehashing and rephrasing identical sentiments in the hopes of maximising retweets, most responses to the latest news were a variation of: “Shame about Adele’s divorce, but the new album will bang.” Even the media got in on it: “We’re already crying at her next album,” MTV said.

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Source: The Guradian

Kacey Musgraves: from liberal misfit to country’s biggest star

Sunday 15:24 GMT

Earlier this month at the Academy of Country Music awards, there was minor controversy when the host, Nashville grande dame Reba McEntire, performed a new song and everyone got to their feet apart from Kacey Musgraves.

Musgraves, who competed on the TV talent show Nashville Star in 2007, exploited the tension between the old and new worlds with her 2015 song Good Ol’ Boys Club. She exploited it with the title of her debut album, Same Trailer Different Park, which pointed to dirt-poor beginnings this daughter of an artist and a print-maker didn’t really have.

“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte