She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
Taylor Swift just celebrated the one-year anniversary of her 1989 album release, and in honor of the monumental day, the Grammy Museum posted a video on Tuesday of the pop princess performing her sentimental song Out of the Woods at its Clive Davis Theater.
The clip — which was recorded last month — starts off with an introduction by the 25-year-old, who was singing to celebrate her record-breaking exhibit.
The songbird said the emotional track — co-written by Bleachers' Jack Antonoff — was about feeling constant anxiety in one of her previous relationships, and never knowing when it was all going to end:
"I think a lot of relationships can be solid, and that's what you hope for — solid and healthy — but that's not always what you get. And it doesn't mean that it's not special and extraordinary just to have a relationship that's fragile and somehow meaningful in that fragility."
While the song features a lot of synth on the album, the blonde beauty decided to strip it down for this show, relying only on her voice while she tickled the ivories.
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
She's absolutely SLAYING it right now!
Leading up to the release of her new album, 25, the Grammy winner has already broken records with her AH-Mazingly popular new single, as well as announced as a performer on Saturday Night Live on November 21.
But if you're as big a fan as we are, we've got some GREAT news for you — you won't have to wait until the end of November to see her back on television!
It was just announced by BBC Music that the 27-year-old singer will perform on television
Say it ain't so!
Over the weekend, Sam Smith revealed at the CBS Radio's We Can Survive concert that he'll be taking a hiatus following the massive amounts of publicity surrounding his James Bond theme song, Writing's On the Wall.
"I am sad, but also it feels right. It's my last performance in America, and it feels right to do it in such a beautiful setting."
Well, if anyone deserves a break it's the Grammy winner.
Dreams do come true!
The pop icon took to Twitter and shared with her legion of followers:
Spent last 3 Days with Rick‼️ He is Writer of Cher Musical. We had so much fun✨💖✨ He wrote Jersey Boys. Hhmmm… She’ll be more of a PAIN😂
— Cher (@cher) October 25, 2015
Where can we book our tickets?! STAT!
Though the songstress may have seemed ready to chat about the upcoming project, her partner did NOT seem as eager to open up about the work-in-progress.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
On Sunday, the Try singer's man took to Instagram to share a sweet video of his little one playing around on her electric bike. Of course, she was properly geared up with a helmet and pads.
There's nothing like family!
Just a few years ago, the Hello singer claimed that she would "spit at him in the street" as a result of comments he made about her abandonment issues being the reason she had problems with men. She even went as far as to say "He will never hear from me again."
Well if Evans is to be believed, it sounds like their bad blood is behind them!
He recently said in an interview: