We're just so glad he seems happy!
The source spilled:
Awww that's so amazing!
The insider added:
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We're only a week away from the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, and CBS is still adding new performers to their already-impressive lineup.
We thought we were being treated to musical royalty when we found out that Adele, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Lady GaGa, and Nicki Minaj were just some of the acts performing throughout the night, but the latest news out of the awards show is simply incredible!
It was announced on Sunday that none other than Taylor herself will be opening the Grammys next Monday!
But that's not even the best part — according to the press release, Tay Tay will be performing a song off of 1989 that she's never done on live TV before.
That really limits the possibilities! It could be Wildest Dreams, All You Had to Do Was Stay, How You Get the Girl, BUT…
We're putting our money on a dark horse possibility: the upbeat New Romantics!
Make sure to catch Taylor open the Grammys — and find out if we're right — on Monday, February 15 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS!
[Image via Grammys/Twitter.]
After finally releasing her long-awaited album Anti, Rihanna is FINALLY back in our lives!
The American Oxygen singer's eighth studio album was had a lukewarm debut in terms of sales when it dropped last week — but that's about to change!
Because RiRi will be performing songs from the new record at the Grammys later this month!
Since Anti just came out, the songstress isn't nominated for any awards — so it will be great to see her slaying on stage!
The BBHMM singer is the latest addition to an already star-studded show. Other stars set to perform are Adele, Justin Bieber, and Lady GaGa — who will perform a "three or four" song tribute to the late David Bowie.
On Friday, the 27-year-old confirmed the news on her Twitter, sharing:
Ever wanted to smoke weed with Wiz Khalifa? Here's your chance!
The Grammy-nominated rapper just announced his partnership with RiverRock Cannabis to sell an exclusive line of regulated cannabis products specifically designed by Wiz himself.
The Denver-based licensed marijuana business will be responsible for creating and manufacturing new strains and edibles — and starting on April 20th, "Khalifa Kush" will be available for your enjoyment (where it's legal, of course)!
Amber Rose's ex — who is a strong supporter of marijuana legalization and cannabis reform — also renewed his contract with RAW Rolling Papers. 'Cause you gotta have those!
This business deal marks the Young, Wild & Free rapper's first (?!) collaboration in the regulated cannabis industry. He shared:
"These products have taken years to perfect. I'm really excited to finally share them with the public and to work with RiverRock to raise awareness and end cannabis prohibition nationwide."
RiverRock's founder Norton Arbelaez expressed his excitement for the partnership saying:
"It's been a pleasure working with Wiz to create these products not only because of his respect for the plant, but also because of his commitment to political reform."
This announcement comes just in time for the release of Wiz's new album Khalifa on Friday!
He's on a roll! (Pun intended).
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The Grammys are heating up this year as we've already heard a slew of AH-mazing artists who are set to hit the stage to rock our rocks off!
Not only will Ellie Goulding, Carrie Underwood, and Tori Kelly be singing duets with other artists, but the cast of Hamilton will be doing a number, and Pitbull is showing up with Travis Barker and Robin Thicke for a performance!
Well if that's not enough to make you tune in, we've got EVEN MORE incredible news as it was just announced that Johnny Depp will be taking the stage with Alice Cooper and their heavy metal group The Hollywood Vampires.
Johnny and Alice's group also includes
Kanye West seems a little all over the place regarding his latest album!
After getting into a feud with Wiz Khalifa for renaming his new project from Swish to Waves, Yeezus is now saying that it has yet to be named. WHAT??
Look like there was so much drama over nothing. In a recent interview, the All Day rapper sat down with 92.3 radio station to clarify a few things about his album.