Over the weekend, it was confirmed that Katy Perry will be doing the halftime show at the 2015 Super Bowl. And she's already released a teaser (thanks, Pepsi) for what we can (kind of) expect. I'm rooting for the edible pink glitter idea.
What do you think Katy has in store for her halftime show?
Yesterday, Cher announced that she will be canceling the remainder of her current Dressed to Kill Tour. The cancellation comes after a recommendation from her doctors, who told the singer she needed more time to recover from a viral infection she developed prior to starting this leg of the D2K tour.
Several shows on the tour had been rescheduled, with a handful of shows also getting canceled last week. In a press release from Cher's camp, Cher said, ""I am totally devastated. Nothing like this has ever happened to me. I cannot apologize enough to all the fans who bought tickets. I'm so proud of this show. It is my best ever. I sincerely hope that we can come back again next year and finish what we started."
On Twitter, the singer apologized to her fans,and said she felt "gut wrenching [s]adness" at the realization that she wouldn't be able to finish the tour.
The canceled dates — plus the tweets from Cher — can be found below the cut. Get well soon, Cher!
When Taylor Swift tours, she does it right. This time, it's a world tour in support of her newest album, 1989 (which, by the way, is setting records). The 1989 World Tour starts on May 20, 2015, in Bossier City, LA and continues through Halloween 2015.
Not only will the tour stop in places like Germany, Holland, and the U.K., but there are more than 40 dates in the U.S. alone. T.Swift will stay in some cities for two nights, including Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Foxborough, MA; and Nashville, TN.
Swift will be joined by Vance Joy, an Australian singer, for her North American shows, with Canadian singer Shawn Mendes making an appearance at the stadium shows.
See below for tour dates and visit the Taylor Swift page for more information on tickets.
If you've been eagerly awaiting to hear something new from One Direction, you're in luck: the band today announced their On the Road Again Tour dates for 2015.
The boys will launch their new tour in July 2015 in San Diego, CA, then visit states across the country before concluding in Boston, MA, in September 2015. But let's be real: with a new album on the way, more dates are probably on the horizon.
See below for tour dates and visit the One Direction page for more information on tickets.