Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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We heart the iHeartRadio Music Awards!
Unlike traditional ceremonies that honor music's best artists for their work, this show is all about "fan-fueled" entertainment.
Sure, the show has standard categories like Song of the Year and Artist of the Year, but fans can also vote for select categories socially — like Best Fan Army and Most Meme-able Moment! How fun!
If that doesn't sell you, the first scheduled performers for the third annual award show were announced on Tuesday, and they are none other Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor — who are both nominated, along with Taylor Swift, Adele, Sam Smith, and The Weeknd, to name a few!
Check out the full list of nominees and find out who wins when the iHeartRadio Music Awards air April 3 on TBS, TNT, and truTV (below)!!!
She ain't no Kelly Rowland!
While Camila Cabello typically takes the lead during Fifth Harmony's interviews and performances, and has even stretched her legs as a soloist, it looks like she's about to be usurped by one of her bandmates.
That's because the real powerhouse behind 5H, Normani Kordei, is finally taking her turn in the spotlight!
Ch-ch-check out Normani's first shot as a solo artist with Say It (below)!!!
We don't blame her.
On Wednesday, Lauren Jauregui got a really nasty series of texts from someone saying truly terrible things about her grandmother who passed away last year.
It's a Fifth Harmony takeover!
After having a killer 2015, the girls are poised for another amazing year!
And they're starting it off right with this gorgeous Seventeen cover for the March issue!
Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello, and Lauren Jauregui do the classic matchy-matchy thing for the publication, but still make sure to let their individual styles shine.
In the accompanying interview, the girls show that they're especially ready to explore new ground with their sophomore album.
"We want to share real stuff that's been happening in our lives. Over the past year, we've experienced love and heartbreak, and it's taken a toll on us. You can't always show that you are confident because that's not the truth."
Meanwhile, Camila reacted to the backlash she experienced dueting with Shawn Mendes:
"It's been so difficult to watch people criticize me and my intentions. It's been s****y. They turned me [doing the song] into a conspiracy theory. We literally just wrote a song backstage, and it ended up becoming something awesome. It wasn't a career move that I carefully planned out."
But the quintet are also looking to the future.
When asked where they see themselves in 10 years, Lauren said:
"I don't see us still doing this, but by then I hoped we'll have toured the world and won a couple of Grammys for songs we are really passionate about."
Sounds doable to us!
We're excited to see them continue to shine whatever path they take!
[Image via Seventeen]
This is some Inside Amy Schumer-level social commentary.
That's why we decided to take the future of one of our fave new shows into our own hands and demand that you give this CW darling a chance!
The Golden Globe-winning musical comedy has a new episode Monday night where Rachel's Rebecca gets a makeover from a bunch of Fifth Harmony wannabes singing about female empowerment — while simultaneously getting dressed up to please their male peers.
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend before it airs Monday at 9 p.m. EST on The CW (below)!!!