Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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Love is love!!
Due to recent events around the world, there was an increased police presence at London's Pride celebration on Saturday — but the sweetest thing happened at the least expected time!
Two police officers proposed to their partners during the march — an event that stopped everything for a few minutes as everybody around them congratulated the lucky newly engaged couples!
Ch-ch-check out more pics and reaction (below):
We literally cannot wait for Barbra Streisand's new album, and these duet teasers are not helping us be patient!!
In case you didn't know, Streisand's new effor, ENCORE: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, drops on August 26!
And when you watch that AH-Mazing video (above), you'll get a fun, fresh teaser of Miz Streisand and Mr. Foxx going in on Climb Ev'ry Mountain from The Sound Of Music together!
We bet she'll attract some brand new super fans with team ups like this!
This is incredible!!
The July issue of Marie Claire Mexico focuses on Ivanka Trump, putting her on their cover (above) and getting right down to the very heart of things with a pointed request about her father, Donald Trump.
The issue contains open letters from musician Ely Guerra and journalist Dolia Estevez, but it's the letter from the editor, Daniela Von Wobeser, that really steals the show.
Coupled with the magazine cover asking Ivanka, "How long will you defend your father?", Von Wobeser's letter cuts right down to it with some very specific questions.
Read the entire thing below:
What a powerful song — and the perfect artist to belt it out!
Of course, the song is very important in a lot of ways: Xtina is donating every single cent of the song's earnings to the National Compassion Fund in honor of the victims of the Pulse nightclub terror attack in Orlando earlier this month.
And it's such a welcoming, accepting song, it's definitely a must-hear for EVERYBODY!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
BTW, still rockin' that red hair… such a good look for her!
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To be a fly on the wall at this party…
The Foo Fighters frontman was about to play Best Of You when he went into a story about going to a party at the former Beatles' house and watching the legend perform a song on the piano… only to end up jamming out with the two superstars while incredibly high!
Here's how Dave sets the scene at McCartney's house, fresh with an unlikely assist from "Batman," as he refers to T-Swift (below):
This. Is. Beautiful.
On Thursday, Todrick Hall dropped his visual album Straight Outta Oz on YouTube, and it's an absolutely incredible, star-studded piece of art.
The Wizard Of Oz parody tells the story of the 31-year-old's life, including his childhood, coming to terms with his sexual identity, falling in love, moving to
El Lay Oz Angeles, struggling with the entertainment industry, and his relationship with his family.
The hour-long video also examines controversies and social injustices including the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, gun violence, and more.
It even includes touching tributes to Christina Grimmie, Trayvon Martin, and the Orlando shooting victims.
The amazing performer took to Twitter after releasing the visual, revealing that he did this to creatively express the pain he's felt over the past year, writing: