They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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Now that's what we call unbelievable!
If you're a fan of pop music who used to buy CDs before the dawn of iTunes and Spotify, then chances are you remember the Now That's What I Call Music franchise.
Well, believe it or not, NOW is still making new sets, and the 93rd installment of the UK-based series just became the fastest selling album of 2016!
Apparently, 247,000 copies were sold in the album's first week — over 100k more than David Bowie's posthumous Blackstar album — meaning the physical CD business is still booming overseas.
For those of you curious which acts still get some love in the mix CD market, the compilation album features 22 tracks, including:
Now this is how you debut an album!
The singer was debuting his new album Mind Of Mine, which has been doing very well at stores and online — and now that we've seen performances like this one, we can understand why!
Ch-ch-check out the very grown up Zayn (above) working the crowd!!! Do we have a new big pop star in the making?!
It's finally here!
While we were uncertain about what direction Malik's career would take after the split, once he released his first single Pillowtalk as well as the music video, we knew he'd find success.
This track is a little more upbeat and seems to serve as a response to his critics with lyrics like:
"If there's something I want,
I'll take all the right wrongs.
Now, I'm gonna stay in my zone,
I'm tired of picking that bone."
Ch-ch-check out the latest singer's music video (above) and let us know what you think!
What'chu talkin' bout, Simon?!
The 56-year-old record sat down with the mag to discuss the future of Harry Styles and the rest of the boys' careers on Thursday, saying:
Somehow, it's been 20 years since Hanson released their 1996 smash hit MMMBop!
The upbeat earworm has been steadily playing on radio for the past two decades and has been covered by countless musicians — none of which, apparently, have been singing it right!
In a new interview with Vulture, brothers Zac Hanson, Taylor Hanson, and Isaac Hanson revealed most of the people who belt out the catchy chorus of the chart-topping track are MMM-ing and Bop-ing incorrectly!
Isaac explained about the covers he's heard:
In his recent interview with NME Magazine, the Pillowtalk singer got real about his current friendship status with his former bandmates. Go on.
The British cutie explained: