Louis Tomlinson's fans are freaking out!
See some of their concerned reactions (below):
[Image via Splash News.]
We are so glad to hear this!
Green Day have been away for FOUR YEARS, except for last year's Christmas single, but now they're back not just with a hot new song — but with an entire album!
Bang Bang (not a Jessie J cover) addresses the problem with gun violence in the U.S. with the rockers' typical pop punk energy and cleverness.
And if the rest of Revolution Radio, out October 7, is anything like this we are SO ready!
See the lyric video for Bang Bang (below)!
What a show!
Now that the BRIT Awards are over and we've seen some pretty great performances, it's time for a rundown of everyone that won!
Ch-ch-check out the complete list of winner and let us know if U agree with who took home the hardware (below)!!!
Unfortunately, the 27-year-old isn't exactly thrilled — but don't worry, it doesn't have anything to do with Grease.
The Flashlight singer is apparently not too happy over the fact that she's more successful in the US than she is in the UK.
In a recent interview with Women's Health, the Brit opened up about her fame saying:
Tell us about it, studs.
Now that we've had some time to sit and think about the amazing production of Grease: Live, we're still just in awe of what FOX was able to accomplish with their take on the live TV musical.
Sure, NBC was the first network to try to make theater cool again, but Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Vanessa Hudgens, and the rest of the cast really shined on Sunday night, blowing us away visually, technically, and sonically.
But don't just take our word for it — the critics are all in agreement that Grease: Live was certainly the bee's knees.
Plus, it didn't hurt that we got tons of star-making moments from Kether Donohue, Keke Palmer, Elle McLemore, Jordan Fisher, and Haneefah Wood!
However, everyone did agree on one thing… Mario Lopez was kinda the worst…
Ch-ch-check out what today's top critics had to say about Grease: Live (below)!!!
This is how you do a live musical!
Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Carly Rae Jepsen, Keke Palmer, Kether Donohue, Carlos PenaVega, David Del Rio, Jordan Fisher, Andrew Call, Elle McLemore, Noah Robbins, and Vanessa brought Grease to life for FOX in a way NBC hasn't been able to capture with The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, or even The Wiz.
Having a live audience and actual sets must actually make a difference — who would have guessed? LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Summer Nights (above) and the rest of the performances (below)!!!
As if we weren't already excited enough for Grease: Live, now we've been blessed with this musical masterpiece!
FOX uploaded a video to YouTube of the blonde beauty's studio session, where she laid down her AH-mazing vocals for the show's soundtrack!
And the soulful singer wasn't alone!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
The Academy wasn't the only institution to release its contenders for this year's awards — the nominees for the 2016 BRIT Awards were also revealed on Thursday!
Topping the list with four nominations is (who else?) Adele, who is up for Album of the Year, British Female Solo Artist, British Single, and British Video of the Year!
For the Female Solo Artist category, the crooner will be going up against the late Amy Winehouse, who was nominated for the soundtrack to her Oscar-nominated documentary Amy!
Tied with the 25 songstress are breakthrough musicians James Bay and Years & Years, who scored four nods each!
Check out the full list of nominees (below) and watch The Brits on February 24!