Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha Took Their Pop-Country Smash "Meant To Be" to James Corden

Florida Georgia Line didn't plan for their pop-crossover collaboration, "Meant To Be," with Bebe Rexha to hit country radio. But, after racking up 80 million streams globally, it kind of had to happen.

"Some of the coolest moments for us have been the ones we never planned. Going into the writing session that day in LA, we had no idea that it would turn into this," shares FGL's Tyler Hubbard. "Seeing how the fans are connecting to the vibe and message of 'Meant to Be' has been really amazing."

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Taylor Swift

Believe It: Taylor Swift's "New Year's Day" is Heading to Country Radio

Haters, be warned: Taylor Swift, pop superstar, and reigning CMA Song of the Year winner, is headed back to country radio.

According to Mediabase reporting, Big Machine Label Group shipped Taylor's "New Year's Day" to country radio after her performance of the tune on "The Tonight Show." This would make the song the third single released from her sixth studio album, reputation.

The ballad is reminiscent of Taylor's "All Too Well," but happier.


Rascal Flatts and Boyz II Men Got Into a Battle, It's The Best Thing Ever

If you've ever wondered why the Internet existed, it's not to disseminate information in a quick way or to keep you connected to humans across the globe. No, the Internet literally exists so Rascal Flatts could battle Boyz II Men in the greatest thing to ever happen to any group of men who sing for a living.

Boyz II Men have sold 27 million albums worldwide and currently have a residency in Las Vegas. Rascal Flatts have sold a respectable 18 million albums and still tour and recently had a No.1 single.

This battle touched on more topics than I knew were available-- the Boyz compared the Flatts to a bad Fox News show. Flatts said the Boyz were every single grandmother's favorite band. And those were the ones suitable for publishing.

This is brilliant.


Pink's Carpool Karaoke Ride Was Wildly Awesome, Especially When She Got Out of the Car

Usually, when we see Pink out on the road she's on a motorcycle, but she made an exception to take a ride with James Corden for a little Carpool Karaoke on "The Late Late Show."

Pink just released her seventh studio album and sat front row at the 51st Annual CMA Awards and she more than ready to get the party started with Corden.

Somehow, this ended up being a super dance-centric ride. Even though most of Pink's dancing is usually while hanging from the ceiling.

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Taylor Swift Went to Target to Buy Her New Album, Talked with Fans and Became the First Woman to Go the Store and Only Buy What She Came For

It's been rumored for a couple of months now, but after a recent trip to a Nashville Target, it's official-- Old Taylor Swift is alive and well. And the lyrics to "Call It What You Want," seem to be ringing pretty true for the superstar, "Nobody's heard from me for months /I'm doin' better than I ever was," because she hasn't done something like this in quite sometime.

After being in New York City for "Saturday Night Live" and a surprise appearance on "The Tonight Show" to honor Jimmy Fallon's recently deceased mother, Taylor was back in Music City, USA carrying on her tradition of heading to Target and buying her recently released album, reputation.

This time around, instead of just a deluxe version of the album, Taylor has released two 72-page magazines that include, "a variety of art created and curated by Taylor herself including her music, her paintings, her handwritten lyrics and more." So, if you aren't great at math that's 144 pages.

Before heading to the Target on White Bridge Road, Taylor shared on Instagram, "We always have this tradition of going to Target to go buy the album, and so we're going to go do that." Her cat Olivia was also in the video-- another clue that Old Taylor is alive and well.

Taylor loaded up some of her posse ('squad' is so 2014) and headed to the store. It took a few minutes for fans to catch on and at one point, Taylor told a fan, "hey, how's it going? You can talk to me if you want," as whoever was filming said, "see she's a normal person."

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Taylor Swift's First Round of reputation Tour Dates Announced

With release of her sixth studio album, reputation—which has already sold over 1 million copies in four days—and her recent performance of "…Ready For It?" and "Call It What You Want" on "Saturday Night Live," Taylor Swift is announcing the first leg of her reputation Stadium Tour.

The Tour will kick off on May 8 in Glendale, Arizona with stops in Pittsburgh, Houston, Chicago, Denver and Seattle.

Additional tour dates to be announced in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia & New Zealand.

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Taylor Swift Delivers Heartfelt, Unscheduled Performance on "The Tonight Show" for Jimmy Fallon's First Show Back After His Mother's Death

For a lot of people, Taylor Swift is a dose of happiness, especially over the last few weeks as she's been dropping her sixth studio album, reputation.

Swift was in New York City after performing on "Saturday Night Live" for the first time since 2009 when she was asked to appear on "The Tonight Show" for Jimmy Fallon's first show back after his mother died last week. For an entertainer who's made about two public appearances in the last 18 months, it was a big-time move on Swift's part to do this on short notice.

A visibly shaken Fallon delivered a brief tribute to his mother before introducing Swift. Fallon's tribute to his mother was a brief story about his mother always squeezing his hand three times as her way of saying, "I love you."

While performing her piano ballad, "New Year's Day," Swift sang the line, "Squeeze my hand three times in the back of the taxi," which led one of the show's producers to take to Twitter to explain how Swift ended up on the show after not being scheduled.

"She was not scheduled to do our show today. But we wanted something special for this first show back, so we asked her on a complete whim, since she had been in town doing SNL. She said yes with zero hesitation," Mike DiCenzo explained.

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Taylor Swift Continues to Own Being a 'Snake' with Custom Diamond-Encrusted Snake Microphone

So, here's the thing about Taylor Swift's reputation album-- "Look What You Made Me Do" was a major curve-ball, released to throw everyone off their Taylor Swift game. Listeners were supposed to assume that Taylor had learned zero lessons and would be trying to address all the rumors and drama following her around by singing about years-old feuds with Kanye West and Katy Perry. Psych!

Sure, the album has some jabs at Kanye and what not, but this album is an ooey-gooey ode to love.

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The Little Kid on Taylor Swift's "Gorgeous" is Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' Oldest Daughter

Before you hear a single note of Taylor Swift's "Gorgeous," you hear a tiny person's voice say, "gorgeous."

So, after weeks of speculation and the actual release of Swift's reputation, that little voice can be confirmed as none other than James Reynolds-- daughter of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds.

The liner notes read: "Baby intro voice by James Reynolds."

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