Charlie Walk has been placed on leave by Republic Records. In a statement to ET on Wednesday, the record company explained that Walk -- who is president of Republic Records Group and currently a judge on Fox's singing competition show, The Four -- will remain on leave while they investigate the allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against him. "Republic Records is committed to a safe workplace environment where employees are treated fairly and respectfully," the statement reads.
2. Even Taylor’s parents, Scott and Andrea, blush at the steaminess of “Dress.” And with lyrics like “I don’t want you like a best friend, only bought this dress so you could take it off” and “I’m spilling wine in the bathtub, you kiss my face and we’re both drunk," we understand. Taylor gets it, too.
This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things “So why’d you have to rain on my parade? I’m shaking my head… I’m locking the gates.”“This is why we can’t have nice things, darling.”“And therein lies the issue, friends don’t try to trick you, get you on the phone and mind-twist you.”“Here’s a toast to my real friends, they don’t care about the he said – she said.”Call It What You Want“My castle crumbled overnight.
Pics from my last GROUP chat w/ @FifthHarmony. I really don’t think this is a sad thing. I think they want to explore their individuality & will always support one another. I also don’t think this is THE END. Adore them each! Can’t wait to see what’s ahead. #ThankYouFifthHarmonyhttps://t.co/ocSLy8vA9p
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