Wow, we don't even know where to start!
Dayum! Let the drama begin!
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On Monday, the 46-year-old took to Facebook to answer a few questions about Idol and teased a new single that she'll be performing DURING Thursday's finale!
The track is titled Ain't Your Mama and if the rest of the song is as good as the snippet the hitmaker teased, it's gonna be HOT!
Not only will J.Lo perform the new track live on Thursday night, but the song will be made available on iTunes following her performance. Oh, and if you need ANOTHER reason to tune in to the finale, Carrie Underwood AND Kelly Clarkson are also performing!
Ch-ch-check out Jennifer's tease of her brand new single Ain't Your Mama (below) and let us know if you're excited for some new music from Lopez!
Zendaya may have teamed up on an empowerment anthem with Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson, Missy Elliott, and more female stars, but just singing on This Is For My Girls wasn't enough for the performer — because now she's taking the next step!
Zendaya is helping to launch America Online's MAKERS STORIES app — a tech initiative giving 50 women a chance to be in the star-studded music video for the song!
The app, which is linked with Michelle Obama's Let Girls Learn initiative, is calling women from across the globe to submit clips — fifty of which will be chosen to appear in the video along side the First Lady and music superstars!
Zendaya sounded VERY excited about the app's launch and the entire This Is For My Girls initiative, saying in her own MAKERS STORIES clip (below):
Is there anything this wonderful woman CAN'T do?!
On Tuesday, Michelle Obama dropped a song — yes, a SONG — and it's quite the star-studded collaboration!
This Is For My Girls features the vocal prowess of fierce females Missy Elliott, Zendaya, Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monáe, Lea Michele, Jadagrace, and Chloe x Halle — AKA the singing sisters Beyoncé signed to her production company.
DAMN! That's a lot of lovely ladies!
The jam was created to raise awareness for the 52-year-old's Let Girls Learn initiative, which aims to help young women across the globe receive an education.
And while we don't get to hear the First Lady's voice on the Diane Warren-penned track, we do get to hear the girl power anthem on the radio!
Chloe x Halle will also be performing the song at the event!
The track will be available on iTunes at midnight, and all proceeds will go towards the Peace Corps' Let Girls Learn Fund.
But for now, ch-ch-check out some snippets (below)!
Wait, one more thing…
On Monday, Kelly Clarkson said Dr. Luke was "not a good person" in a radio interview, revealing she was "blackmailed" by her label to work with him! Later, a spokesman for the Kemosabe Records founder hit back at the Piece By Piece songstress saying she just "didn't like" to take direction in the studio.
This is all happening amid Kesha's allegations that the record producer sexually assaulted and held her music hostage throughout their working relationship together.
On Tuesday, Miz Clarkson wanted to make sure she was perfectly clear…
She originally said she was "blackmailed" by her label, but she wants everyone to know it's not the same one she's currently signed under.
But yes, she still hates Dr. Luke.
The American Idol alum tweeted:
On Wednesday, it was revealed that the music corporation is reportedly planning on ending its working relationship with the industry vet a year prior to his contract's expiration date. Oh snap!
Of course, this blow comes shortly after A-listers like Adele, Taylor Swift, and Ariana Grande all vocalized their support for the blonde beauty — who accused Dr. Luke of verbal and sexual abuse. Not to mention, Kelly Clarkson also called out the controversial executive by saying she was "blackmailed" into working with him by SM.
One source added:
Dr. Luke is getting on the defensive amid his ongoing legal battle with Kesha.
On Monday, Kelly Clarkson said the music producer was "not a good person" in a radio interview, revealing she was "blackmailed" by her label to work with him!
Now, a spokesman for the Kemosabe Records founder has hit back at the Piece By Piece songstress — and is saying that she ain't no picnic to work with either!
According to Digital Spy, the mega-producer's spokesperson responded with an excerpt from Sony Music chief Clive Davis' 2013 memoir The Soundtrack to My Life — which notes that Clarkson "didn't like" taking direction in the recording studio.
The excerpt explains that Luke and his songwriting partner Max Martin were "very strong, hands-on producers in the studio," and butted heads with the American Idol winner:
And though Kelly Clarkson isn't weighing in on the allegations that the famous producer drugged and raped the pop star, she did give him a particularly scathing review in a recent radio interview.
Speaking on Australia's KIIS FM on Monday, the American Idol winner branded Luke "demeaning," revealing she was once "blackmailed" into working with him!