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Kelly Clarkson Teases New Mystery Duet She Recorded in Quarantine

Kelly Clarkson has been recording a lot more than “Quaraokes” while in lockdown. The singer teases that she’s just recorded a new duet - but she won’t reveal the mystery duet partner.
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Selena Gomez Gets Her Fans Excited to Vote by DMing Those Who Register

On Wednesday, the 27-year-old singer and actress not only shared information on how to register to vote with her 178 million Instagram followers, but she also offered them the opportunity to chat with her.
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Why Lady Gaga Became a 'Kindness Punk'

Speaking on the Australian TV show ‘The Project,’ Gaga said that being bullied “stays with you your whle loife,” adding, “I remember things that my bullies said to me in front of other people. And no one said anything.”
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Mickey Guyton Powerfully Shares Her Truth in New Song, 'Black Like Me'

“Black Like Me,” written in 2019, was released on Monday, one day before the music industry instituted #BlackOutTuesday to support the fight against racial injustice in America.
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John Legend Shares an Update on His Friendship With Kanye West: 'We’re in Different Places'

In a new interview with the ‘Times of London,’ the singer has shared an update on his relationship with Kanye. “I don’t think we’re less friends because of the Trump thing. I just think we’re doing our own thing,” says Legend.
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'I Was Feeling Emotional, I Guess': Powfu Talks Breakthrough Hit 'Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head)'

“I was just watching a lot of those romantic movies, like, around that time, so I was feeling emotional, I guess, and wanted to write some deep, deep stories,” he tells ABC Audio.
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Halsey Says She Was Shot With Rubber Bullets During George Floyd Rally in Los Angeles

While some protests over the weekend turned violent, the “Without Me” singer asserted the rally she attended Saturday in Los Angeles tried to remain peaceful, but police began shooting rubber bullets and tear gas into the crowd.
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Migos Discusses COVID-19's Disproportionate Toll on African Americans

Migos’ members Offset and Quavo caught up with Vice TV’s ‘Shelter in Place’ to discuss the disproportionate toll COVID-19 has taken on the African American community and their families.
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Here's How to Watch 'Rocketman' Along With Elton John

The film, which took home the Academy Award for ‘Best Original Song,’ is now available to stream for free on Amazon Prime, and Elton himself is hosting a Watch Party on his official Twitter account.
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Here's Why Taylor Swift Fans Are Mad at Burger King

On Thursday, Burger King attempted to move on from the controversy, tweeting with a winky face, “let’s shake it off. celebrate #BurgerKingIsOverParty with the $3 shake + fries deal in the app.”
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