After revealing that DJ Khaled will join her on tour in 2018, Demi Lovato is back with another exciting announcement. (Cue the mandatory Khaled GIF.) At the American Music Awards on Sunday night (November 19), Lovato and Khaled partied backstage with Kehlani, who will join them on the duo’s upcoming 20-date arena trek. Lovato made the announcement with a video in which all three artists hype up the “biggest tour ever” and mug with Khaled’s baby son, Asahd.
'You can be anything that you want to be in the world'After praising Colin Kaepernick for GQ and defending Meek Mill in The New York Times, Jay-Z’s latest thoughtful deed happened onstage at his very own concert. At his 4:44 tour stop in Cleveland on Sunday night (November 19), Jay took a moment to speak to a 9-year-old fan in the crowd. In between songs, he called her closer to the stage and gave her a short but inspiring speech that earned a ton of applause from the crowd.
Jordin Sparks has been quite the busy lady lately, and she’s sharing her big news all at once. The 27-year-old singer revealed to People on Tuesday (November 14) that she secretly got married over the summer and she’s expecting her first child. Because taking “One Step at a Time” is so 2008. The American Idol winner and aspiring model Dana Isaiah tied the knot in a hush-hush ceremony back in July. Sparks told People they eloped during a vacation in Hawaii and were joined by a small group of friends.
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Selecting a term
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