Taylor Swift has finally announced her hugely anticipated UK and Ireland tour dates, following the release of her sixth album reputation. The 10-time Grammy award winner announced three shows in the UK and Ireland, at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, Croke Park in Dublin, and Wembley Stadium in London, taking place between 8 and 15 June. Tickets will go on general sale on Friday 1 December 2017.
Craig David has announced a new single from his upcoming seventh studio album The Time Is Now. "I Know You" is a collaboration with Bastille frontman Dan Smith, which David spoke about with the The Independent in October. “It’s weird, when you’ve written a certain number of songs, you know when a song has something," he said of the track. "I’m so glad we actually did it, because we were talking about it for so long.
Kelsea Ballerini is a force of nature, even at the end of a huge tour supporting Lady Antebellum around Europe and the UK. At her label office in London she is pure southern charm; funny and down to earth despite a pair of teetering high heels. "I’ve done Australia a few times and there’s no jet lag quite like that one," she says, explaining her energy. She's excited about the release of her second album Unapologetically, which was released earlier this month.
@aubrey_writes Was it this one? This is why I get so mad, the comment was literally to the Guardian. https://t.co/dTctFyK6RI 'I’ve been taking a feminist stance without actually saying so'. But not: 'I identify/I am a feminist.'
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Selecting a term
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