OMG! This is so sad!
The couple told us in a statement:
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Enjoy it while it lasts, Talvin!
Now that they're officially a couple, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris can boast about landing on Forbes' annual World's Highest-Paid Celebrity Couples list with a combined income of $156 million earned in 2014.
That's cool and all, but we all know these lists change from year to year, and Swifty and her DJ lover can only reign atop it if they don't break up.
So there is that, but let's live in the moment and enjoy this very impressive achievement for what it's worth.
Fingers crossed they last forever, of course!
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The Confederate flag has long been seen as a symbol of racism … and Sean Hannity is saying rap music is, too!
The conservative talk show host said on his radio show Thursday that if the Confederate flag is getting taken down, rap and hip-hop should get taken off the airwaves.
Um … okay!
Last time we checked, Hov's words didn't incite a civil war.
Hannity went so far to even take a dig at President Obama and his daughters:
"If it's OK for Obama's teenage daughters and people to go into these stores and buy music chock-full of the N-word, the B-word, well maybe we should consider banning that too. We're in the process of banning everything."
We think the free speech amendment that protects Hannity from expressing his views should apply to music artists too, right?!
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But hold your roll there, Kim, Yeezy isn't the only man on the cover of the magazine's annual Most Stylish Men Alive issue — he shares the honor with Pharrell, Jay Z, Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, and Ryan Gosling!
Jay Z's cover also includes Beyoncé!
Shame that Kanye's doesn't include Kimmy, but oh well. Guess even they can't have it all!
See all the covers in the gallery (above)!
Do YOU think 'Ye is the most stylish man alive???
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Step aside, Spotify and Tidal! Apple's got big plans for their new music service!
The music giant announced its new app, Apple Music at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday — and it has it ALL.
The app's got streaming, radio, and downloading, but believe it or not, there's MORE! Apple Music will also include a feature called Connect, which incorporates a social media element, allowing artists to connect with their fans by posting content through their own profiles.
And who better to introduce the service's social side than Drake! The rapper presented how he started from the bottom — AKA the Internet — to develop a fanbase, which is why he thinks Connect is such a great addition!
Thought the announcement couldn't get more star-studded? Think again!
The Apple event also incorporated a performance by
According to reports, the Degrassi-star-turned-rapper was totally set to be one of the select few partners for Jay's (failing) music streaming service Tidal.
But, as it turns out, the Canadian allegedly backed out only days before the big launch event in March.
Ed Sheeran is living the life!
Teddy visited Jimmy Fallon on Monday night's Tonight Show and told him all about how the hottest couple in music reacted to a folk jam session!
Do we sense a collaboration in the works???
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear about all of Ed Sheeran's craziest late night misadventures!
More bad news for Tidal!
Jay Z's music venture has been sinking since its conception, but the streaming service might be in real trouble — because they could lose one of their main attractions!!
And by main attraction, we mean Beyoncé!
It has been reported that in exchange for the rights to stream certain artists, Tidal has been asked for huge advances from record label titans Sony and Warner!
According to sources, the streaming service finalized an agreement with Warner, but have yet to strike a deal with Sony.
This means if the streaming service doesn't pay up, they could lose cornerstone artist Queen Bey — who's Tidal-exclusive content has been a huge selling point for the service, not to mention she's Jay's wife!
Tidal claims they are financially sound, so coming to an agreement with Sony shouldn't be a problem.