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Dutchess Music/BMGFergie can do romantic ballads like "Big Girls Don't Cry," but she can also rap -- and she shows off those skills in her new video for "Like It Ain't Nuttin."

The clip, which seems to have been filmed in London, features Fergie rocking a number of looks: a blonde touseled 'do and minimal makeup; black leather and studs and a severe black bob; and dyed red hair and super-thin eyebrows.  She dances in a garage in front of a luxury car, rocks the stage in a club, and walks around backstage partying.

"I get money all day like it ain't nuttin'/spend that money baby like it ain't nuttin'/all day all day like it ain't nuttin'/roll up in the Ghost baby like it ain't nuttin'/not a damn thing," Fergie raps, as she describes buying expensive cars, making "10 or 20 million," "swimming in loot," and "buying up the whole damn bar." 

At the end, the blonde Fergie, who's performing onstage, literally drops the mic.

"It Ain't Nuttin'" is from Fergie's long-awaited new album, Double Dutchess, which arrives Friday.  She's also releasing a "visual" album called  Double Dutchess: Seeing Double.


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Image Group LA/ABCThere's No Doubt that Gwen Stefani is in a holiday mood: she'll release her first Christmas album on October 6.

Called You Make It Feel Like Christmas, the disc is a combination of classic songs like "Jingle Bells," "Santa Baby" and "Silent Night," as well as original songs.  The title track is a duet with her boyfriend, country superstar Blake Shelton.  You can hear a snippet in a video that Gwen has posted on social media.

Here's the track listing for You Make It Feel Like Christmas:

 

"Jingle Bells"
"Let It Snow"
"My Gift Is You"
"Silent Night"
"When I Was a Little Girl
"Last Christmas"
"You Make It Feel Like Christmas"
"Under the Christmas Lights"
"Santa Baby"
"White Christmas"
"Never Kissed Anyone with Blue Eyes"
"Christmas Eve" 

#YouMakeItFeelLikeChristmas out Oct 6th!! Preorder starting tonight & get the first single feat @BlakeShelton 🎄😍🎄gx pic.twitter.com/JyAiE2HeM7

— Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) September 21, 2017

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Ruven AfanadorSam Smith credits his appearance on Saturday Night Live three years ago with helping him break through in America, so it's no wonder that he's returning to the show.

The new season of SNL -- its 43rd -- gets underway September 30 with host Ryan Gosling and musical guest JAY-Z, but Sam will appear on the second show of the new season, airing October 7, with Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot guest-hosting.

Meanwhile, Pink, who like Sam, has new music coming this fall, will perform on the October 14 show with The Big Sick star Kumail Nanjiani as host.  Her new album, Beautiful Trauma, comes out the day before.

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John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCMiley Cyrus has released a fourth track from her upcoming album, Younger Now, due September 29.

The retro-sounding track is called "Week Without You."  Miley wonders what it would be like if her boyfriend, who's been breaking her heart and making her cry, went away and left her to her own devices.  Short answer: she'd be much happier.

She sings, "I know that I gave you my heart/but you stomped it to the ground/That's what got me wondering what it's like/To not have you around."

"Week Without You" will be available as an instant download when you pre-order Younger Now, along with previously released songs "Malibu," "Inspired" and the title track.

Referring how different her new music sounds compared to her last few albums, Miley says in a statement, "People have been asking me, ‘Is this like a re-introduction of yourself?’ But it’s not that at all. Actually, it’s more like, I am this person who embraces all my past selves. This album is the most me for right now that I can be.”

Week Without You (Audio Only) by Miley Cyrus on VEVO.

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Capitol RecordsNiall Horan is out with the video for his new single, "Too Much to Ask."  It's from his upcoming debut solo album, Flicker.

The song is about Niall hoping that his love will come back to him, as he sings "That's all I'm asking/Is it too much to ask?" The moody video shows him sitting alone in his bedroom, wandering around London looking glum, hanging out in a pub, standing on a rooftop, and riding on the subway and getting upset when he sees a happy couple canoodling in the same train car.  Niall and his band are also seen performing the song in a living room.

"Too Much to Ask," one of the first song Niall wrote for Flicker, was produced by hitmaker Greg Kurstin, who's worked with Adele, Sia, Pink and Kelly Clarkson.  He also produced Niall's first solo track, "This Town."

Flicker is due October 10.  Tickets for the North American leg of Niall's Flicker World Tour 2018 go sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

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Getty Images via ABCFifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui came out as bisexual last November, and even though she says people advised her not to talk about it, she refused to listen to them.

Speaking to Out magazine, Lauren says executives at the group's record label told her she shouldn't be so open about her personal life.  "A lot of artists are held back by the notion that they’ll lose their fan base or alienate themselves,” she says. “Even friends and family would tell me to keep it to myself. But the more I thought about it, the more I was like, Why?

“There’s this notion that artists are supposed to be dumb and frivolous,” Lauren adds. “I completely disagree with that. Madonna, Bob Marley, John Lennon -- they didn’t talk about bull***t.”   

In fact, Lauren says she's kind of upset that she even used the world "bisexual," because it's too limited.

"Even the fact that I labeled myself makes me mad sometimes, because dude, I’m just a free spirit,” she explains. "People still talk s**t, but it’s like, 'Why does it make you feel gross?' You can watch a kid get bombed and not do anything about it, but you can’t watch me kiss my girlfriend? Go f*** yourself.'”

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Greg WilliamsIf you’ve been to a wedding within the past couple of years, you probably have an idea of some of the most popular tunes that are being used by brides and grooms these days....but if you do some "thinking," you'll be able to guess what the most popular one is.

According to the Washington Post, Spotify has revealed the most popular wedding songs in America based on their user-made wedding playlists. Number one on the list is “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, followed by “Marry You” by Bruno Mars.

Rounding out the top five is John Legend’s love ballad “All of Me,” along with the guaranteed floor-fillers “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars and “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)” by Whitney Houston.

Other crowd-pleasers on the list include “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey, “Crazy in Love” by Beyonce featuring Jay-Z, “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri, “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz, and, suprisingly, “Hey Ya!” by Outkast.

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ABC/Paula LoboThe deejay collective Cheat Codes is riding high thanks to their hit collabo with Demi Lovato, "No Promises," which has sold five million copies. They didn't reach those numbers by cheating, but growing up, they did play their fair share of video games, which is what the phrase "cheat codes" refers to.

"Growing up I've always played a lot of Madden and NFL, NHL and NBA," says Cheat Codes member Trevor Dahl. "Just like all sort of sports games, but y'know, Halo's always a classic and Call of Duty's always good."

His band mate Matt Russell, on the other hand, played more PC games than console games.

"I remember like starting off on like Reader Rabbit and stuff," he recalls. "I would play Sims and Roller Coaster Tycoon and Zoo Tycoon. I liked building stuff in these games for some reason." 

Trevor recalls he liked a similar game. "I had a thing called Restaurant Empire when I was in elementary school and I used to wanna like own a restaurant," he laughs. "It was so dorky but it was pretty cool."

Owning a restaurant is actually something that Matt has thought about -- it would be based around the concept of a "cheat day," to go along with their name.

"The concept of the cafe, it's like healthy food that's basically like cheat food," he tells ABC Radio. "So it's people that wanna go there for their cheat days.  So it's, like, nachos, but they're, like, healthier nachos than what you'd normally get.  But they still taste bomb!"  

Considering that most musicians these days have some kind of side project going -- like a clothing line, liquor line or restaurant -- it's not inconceivable that one day a Cheat Codes Cafe could open in a city near you. No promises, though.

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Dennis LeupoldDemi Lovato’s new album was inspired by a pop star who came before her: Christina Aguilera.

The singer tells People she grew up listening to Christina and looked to her 2002 Stripped album when creating her upcoming studio effort, Tell Me You Love Me.

“She was one of my idols growing up,” Demi says. “She still is. Her voice is incredible, and in Stripped you really got to hear that.”

Demi adds, “I think it was her breakout album that really transformed her into the icon that she is today. So that inspired me … she really inspired this album. I was even inspired by the black-and-white artwork!”

Just as Christina delved into some personal lyrics on Stripped, Demi is doing the same.

“I have been through a lot over the last year-and-a-half,” Demi says. “I’ve done a lot of growing and I wanted an album that best represented who I am.”

Tell Me You Love Me comes out September 29.

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Mert & MarcusWondering how Taylor Swift cloned herself in the “Look What You Made Me Do” video? The singer has revealed some behind-the-scenes footage from the special effects-heavy video shoot.

A group of Taylor lookalikes were enlisted to play her former selves in the “Taylor Mountain” scene. The clip shows Taylor meeting them all for the first time.

“Okay, this is the trippiest thing I’ve ever seen in my life,” she says as she walks onto the set.

Taylor adds, “Seeing all of them together is the weirdest feeling, but it’s awesome. It’s like, ‘Oh, that’s the phase I went through when I was 16 but a girl is wearing it who looks just like me.'”

They filmed shots of current Taylor standing atop Taylor Mountain, and she also stepped in as past versions of herself for any close-ups.

In one scene, Taylor pretends to fight with one of the fake Taylors, screaming, “Get out of my house!”

After wrapping, she tells the camera, “I’m not sure where that came from. I have no experience with home invasion but, you know, you just gotta follow the muse.”

We then see her clad in the Junior Jewels t-shirt from her “You Belong with Me” video as she films a “falling” scene. Director Joseph Kahn tells her to be graceful, and Taylor jokes she has to “actively try not to be graceful.”

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ABC/Ida Mae AstuteElle King and Ingrid Michaelson will be playing LA's famous Hollywood Bowl in November, but it won't be their usual music concert.  The two singer/songwriters will be cast members of the Bowl's musical production of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

The Los Angeles Times reports the production will feature performers singing songs from the movie as the classic 1971 film, starring Gene Wilder, plays onscreen.  Elle will perform spoiled rich girl Veruca Salt's big number, "I Want It Now," while Ingrid will play the role of Mrs. Bucket, Charlie's mom.

John Stamos will sing the role of Willy Wonka, while "Weird Al" Yankovic is billed as singing all the Oompa Loompa parts.  Stranger Things and It star Finn Wolfhard will play Charlie, Giancarlo Esposito will sing "The Candy Man," and Richard Kind will portray Grandpa Joe.

The production premieres November 3 and 4, and will include dancers, special effects, special guests and "Scratch-N-Sniff Golden Tickets."  The director, Richard Kraft, explains, "At the right moments [the audience] will be experiencing the aromas like chocolate and bubble gum.  Even the Snozzberries will smell like Snozzberries," he says, quoting a line from the film.

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Harley WeirDirectioners will be thrilled to hear that Harry Styles hasn't turned his back on his musical past.

Billboard reports that at the kickoff of Harry's solo headlining tour on Tuesday night in San Francisco, he sang not one, but two One Direction songs: "What Makes You Beautiful" and "Stockholm Syndrome."

Harry also sang a bit of Ariana Grande's song "Just a Little Bit Of Your Heart," which he co-wrote for her album My Everything, and covered Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain," which he also did recently for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.

Of course, Harry also performed songs from his critically-acclaimed solo debut album, including "Sign of the Times," "Two Ghosts," "Woman," and "Sweet Creature."

Harry's tour continues tonight in LA.  The North American leg wraps up October 21 with a benefit concert at the Hollywood Bowl.  Meanwhile, Harry's bandmate, Niall Horan, will kick off his U.S. solo tour October 29 in Philadelphia, PA.

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ABC/Matt BrownNow that news of Fergie's split from husband Josh Duhamel is no longer a secret, the singer says she's happy she doesn't have to pretend anymore.

Fergie tells People magazine it's been difficult trying to promote her new album, Double Dutchess, when interviewers kept asking her about her marriage. "Honestly, it was just getting a little weird for us with all the romantic questions,” she explained.

"We’re great friends, we love each other so much, and it just got to the point where it was getting a little weird...there’s no perfect time so we just decided to [announce it]."

Fergie stresses that she and Josh have no issue with co-parenting their son, Axl, adding, "[His school] has helped...we have a co-op so Josh and I would walk there several times before the school season. So I get to learn from the teachers and see how he reacts in a group of friends that he knows."

Fergie and Josh were married for eight years before they announced their split last week, in a statement reading, "With absolute love and respect we decided to separate as a couple earlier this year...We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family.”

A source tells People that the couple had been "leading separate lives for a long time,” adding, "She wants to be out on the road doing her thing, while he is more chill. They clashed for a long time before they did anything about it.”

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ABC/Lou RoccoBebe Rexha is hitting the road this fall for a co-headlining tour with rising singer/songwriter Marc E. Bassy.

The Bebe & Bassy Tour kicks off October 16 in Seattle, Washington and crisscrosses the U.S. before wrapping November 19 in Santa Ana, California.

The 23-city trek will be in support of Bebe’s new album All Your Fault – Part 2, and Bassy’s upcoming album, Gossip Columns, which comes out October 13.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

Here are the tour dates:

10/16 -- Seattle, WA, Showbox Sodo
10/18 -- San Francisco, CA, Warfield Theater
10/19 -- Sacramento, CA, Ace of Spades
10/21 --  Los Angeles, CA, The Novo  
10/22 -- San Diego, CA, House of Blues
10/25 -- Dallas, TX, South Side Music Hall
10/26 -- Houston, TX, Warehouse Ballroom
10/29 -- Tampa, FL, The Orpheum
10/30 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Culture Room
11/1 -- Orlando, FL, The Plaza Live
11/2 -- Atlanta, GA, Center Stage
11/3 -- Charlotte, NC, The Underground
11/5 -- Freehold, NJ, iPlay America’s Event Center
11/6 -- New York, NY, Terminal 5
11/7 -- Silver Spring, MD, Fillmore Silver Spring
11/8 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Trocadero Theatre
11/10 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Mr. Smalls Theatre
11/12 -- St. Louis, MO, Delmar Hall
11/13 -- Kansas City, MO, The Truman
11/15 -- Denver, CO, Gothic Theatre
11/17 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex
11/18 -- Las Vegas, NV, Palms Casino Resort- The Pearl
11/19 -- Santa Ana, CA, The Observatory 

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ABC/Matt BrownShawn Mendes has canceled his show scheduled for tonight in Mexico City, following a devastating 7.1 earthquake there that has so far killed over 200 people.

In a tweet last night, Shawn wrote, "My deepest condolences are with those affected by the earthquake in Mexico City today. Unfortunately, due to the circumstances, we will be unable to continue on with my Mexico City show scheduled for tomorrow. My love is with all of you and I promise I will be back."

Shawn's concert at Mexico City's National Auditorium was to have been his final show until November 25, when he was scheduled to kick off a tour of Australia, New Zealand and Asia in Auckland.

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Andrew Lipovsky/NBCTuesday's Tonight Show featured Demi Lovato having a "Lip Sync Conversation" with host Jimmy Fallon taped in her dressing room prior her live appearance on the show a night earlier.

The segment, a variation on Fallon's popular "Lip Sync Battle," featured the two carrying on a nearly two-and-a-half minute conversation with each other using snippets of popular songs from artists like Adele,  Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars, Selena Gomez, Adele, Harry Styles and Demi herself.

Here's an example of how the "conversation" went:

The bit opened with a knock on the door and Fallon mouthing the opening lyrics to Adele's "Hello." The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer replies by lip syncing to "I'm the One," by DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne.

Jimmy then takes a seat next to Lovato and says "Here I am next to you," only it's from Miley's "Malibu."

You get the idea.

Ariana Grande joined Fallon for the same sketch back in April.

Tell Me You Love Me -- Lovato's sixth studio album -- comes out September 29.

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Lucianna Faraone Coccia/FilmMagicLuis Fonsi's hit "Despacito" spent 16 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, tying Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's "One Sweet Day" for the longest-running #1 hit of all time.  But before it reached a record-breaking 17th week on top, Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" knocked it out of the top spot.  But Erika Ender, who co-wrote "Despacito" with Luis, says she's OK with that.

"We made history anyway!" she tells ABC Radio. "I mean, the song is [now] tied [with] an American song, so I think that's a great victory for Latin culture, for Latin music."

And Erika says she's still hopeful that "Despacito" might score that elusive 17th week at #1.

"It's not consecutive," she says. "I mean, if Taylor goes down and 'Despacito' goes up one more week, then we break that record."

Erika, a Latin Grammy winner who's written 40 hit singles, isn't sure why "Despacito" has become a massive hit.  But she believes its success is partially due to the fact that she and Luis spent years building their careers in the Latin world.

"I think this is a consequence of all the work that we have done," Erika tells ABC Radio. "We were in the Latin market, very well known...and I don't know, planets aligned. Maybe the world wanted to sing and dance in Spanish, and we had that luck!"

Because "Despacito" is in Spanish, fans may not be aware that it's actually about sex -- but Erika says it's not raunchy.

"It's a song that talks about sensuality, of seducing, of sex, but in a very classy way," she explains. "I think that the way we express it is very elegant and very respectful."

You can hear Erika's acoustic version of "Despacito" on her latest album, Tatuajes, or Tattoos.

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BMLGA rep for Taylor Swift is shaking off a copyright infringement lawsuit over Taylor's 2014 #1 hit "Shake It Off," calling it "nothing more than a money grab."
According to The Hollywood ReporterSean Hall and Nathan Butler, the songwriters behind R&B group 3LW's 2001 single "Playas Gon' Play," have filed suit, claiming Taylor's use of the phrases "the players gonna play....and the haters gonna hate," improperly copies their song.

In the 3LW song, the girls sing, "Playas, they gonna play/ And haters, they gonna hate."  Hall and Butler claim that they were the ones who popularized that phrase, according to the complaint, as quoted by The Hollywood Reporter.

"The combination of playas/players playing along with hatas/haters hating may seem like common parlance today, however, in 2001 it was completely original and unique," asserts the complaint.  

It goes on to claim that Hall and Butler "were the first to put such a sequence together using the terms playas and haters, and prior to Defendants’ use at issue herein, the combination had not since been used in popular music."

The suit accuses Taylor of copying both the players/haters combination, but in a statement to ABC Radio, her rep dismisses the claim as "ridiculous," calling it "nothing more than a money grab."

The statement goes on to say, "The law is simple and clear. They do not have a case."

In 2015, Taylor fended off a similar suit from an R&B singer named Jesse Braham, over his 2013 song "Haters Gone Hate," which also used "players gonna play, haters gonna hate," but in reverse order.

In dismissing that claim, Judge Gail Standish of the U.S. Central District Court in California, cited 3LW's earlier song as proof that the phrase was not original to Braham's tune.

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Hasbro, Inc./RCA RecordsThe Sia/Maddie Ziegler collaboration continues. The singer has once again enlisted the young dancer to star in her new music video for “Rainbow,” off the My Little Pony: The Movie soundtrack.

This time, Maddie -- wearing Sia’s signature black-and-white bob -- dances around on a water-covered stage between scenes from the animated film. The performance culminates with her floating above the stage as rain falls and a rainbow appears.

We also get to see Sia’s character, named Songbird Serenade, belting out the song for her pony friends. Her character also sports a face-covering black-and-white hairdo, just like Sia.

The My Little Pony: The Movie soundtrack, which also features contributes from DNCE and Rachel Platten, comes out September 22. The movie hits theaters October 6.

Sia and Maddie first collaborated on the video for “Chandelier,” and most recently in the video for “The Greatest.”

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Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty Images for 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'Tuesday, September 19 is Jimmy Fallon's birthday, and in honor of the occasion, YouTube Music has compiled a list of the Tonight Show host's 15 Top Musical Moments.  The list was determined by which of The Tonight Show's music-related viral videos have the most views, and coming in at #1 is Ariana Grande.

According to YouTube, the singer's turn on Fallon's long-running bit "Wheel of Musical Impressions" is the Tonight Show's most popular musical moment.  During the sketch, Ariana busted out note-perfect imitations of Britney Spears singing "Mary Had a Little Lamb," Christina Aguilera singing "The Wheels on the Bus," and Celine Dion singing The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face."  Both Christina and Celine later praised Ari for her impressions.

Ari is also featured in another one of the top 15 musical moments: the "Ew!" sketch she did with Jimmy, where she played a vapid, social media-obsessed tween, comes in at #7.

The #2 most-popular Fallon musical moment, according to YouTube, is Emma Stone's incredible performance on the "Lip Sync Battle" sketch, during which she busted out "All I Do Is Win" by DJ Khaled, Ludacris, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg.

Some of the other stars who are included in Fallon's top musical moments videos include Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez.  For some reason, the many musical sketches Fallon has done with his BFF Justin Timberlake didn't make the list.

Here's the full list, in order of number of YouTube views:

#1. Wheel of Musical Impressions with Ariana Grande

#2 Lip Sync Battle with Emma Stone

#3 Daniel Radcliffe Raps Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics"

#4 Wheel of Musical Impressions with Christina Aguilera

#5 Wheel of Musical Impressions with Adam Levine

#6 Jimmy Fallon, Adele & The Roots Sing "Hello" (w/Classroom Instruments)

#7 Ew! with Ariana Grande

#8 Will Ferrell and Chad Smith Drum-Off

#9 Jimmy Fallon, Miley Cyrus & The Roots Sing "We Can't Stop" (A Cappella)

#10 Wheel of Musical Impressions with Demi Lovato

#11 Wheel of Musical Impressions with Jamie Foxx

#12 Jimmy Fallon feat. will.i.am - Ew! (Official Music Video)

#13 Dubsmash with Selena Gomez

#14 Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing (w/ Jimmy Fallon & Will Smith)

#15 Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Cast Sing "Star Wars" Medley (A Cappella)

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