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Jamie-James MedinaAfter a week of rumors, the executive producer of the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show special has finally confirmed this year's performers.

Ed Razek tells People magazine that Harry Styles, Miguel, Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr. and Chinese artist Jane Zhang are part of this year's lineup for the special, which will tape Monday in Shanghai, China.

This past week, it was rumored that Katy Perry was denied a visa to enter the country because she'd once worn a dress decorated with sunflowers, which are a symbol of an anti-China movement. It was also reported that Gigi Hadid was denied a visa because of a social media post that China felt was derogatory.  But according to Razek, those reports are not true.

"The news reports I’ve been reading from the U.S. here in Shanghai regarding this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show are not an accurate reflection of what I’m seeing and experiencing on site,” he says.

“This will, without question, be the biggest fashion event in history and our most ambitious show by far," he adds, noting, “The Chinese have been wonderful and enthusiastic hosts and partners."

The show will also feature 55 models, including Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Alessandro Ambrosio, Bella Hadid, Candice Swanepoel, Martha Hunt and many more.

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show airs Tuesday, November 28, at 10 p.m. on CBS.

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ABC/Craig SjodinThis season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars featured three musicians as contestants, and all three of them will be performing during the show's finale next week.

The season 25 finale, airing on ABC Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET, will feature a performance from contestant Nick Lachey, who'll be singing "Someone to Dance With," a new ballad that was inspired by his and his wife Vanessa's time on the show this season. Finalist Jordan Fisher, a singer and actor, will duet with contestant Debbie Gibson on two Christmas favorites: "Sleigh Ride" and "What Christmas Means to Me." And finalist Lindsey Stirling will perform her holiday song "Christmas C'mon" with singer Becky G.

Monday night's show, during which the four remaining couples will each dance two numbers, will feature two musical performances: one by Pitbull and Fifth Harmony singing their current collabo “Por Favor,” and one by Alexander Jean -- DWTS pro Mark Ballas' duo with his wife BC Jean -- who'll perform “Wouldn’t Change Anything.”

The four finalists are:

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold

Drew Scott and Emma Slater

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson

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Tom SchirmacherFox's new music reality competition show, The Four: Battle for Stardom, has its judging panel.

Meghan Trainor, DJ Khaled, Sean "Diddy" Combs and record executive Charlie Walk will star on the show, which premieres January 4. 

The show starts with four finalists who've been chosen by the judges.  Each singer will then defend his or her spot by trying to out-perform new contestants who want to replace them.  If they fail, they go home, and the challenger takes their place.

The interactive part of the competition comes with the challengers: they'll be made up of viewers who think they're better than the finalists.  They'll submit audition videos which will be streamed online, and then America will help decide who'll actually make it onto the show.

At the end of the season, the four finalists -- whomever they end up being -- then have to face off against each other, and one will be the champion.  At that point, the panel of experts will become the winner's team and help launch their career.  To audition, visit thefourmusic.com.

In a statement, Meghan says, "I know firsthand what it’s like to be thrown into the music industry head first, as an artist and a songwriter. I also know what it takes to hang on for the ride. I’m so humbled to help discover new talent with this amazing panel of experts.”  

Diddy declared, "This show is going to disrupt the world of competition television and will revolutionize the format… We plan on being the best talent show out there, taking it to that next level and making history again."

Fox's former music reality competition show, American Idol, will launch in its new, revamped version on ABC March 11.

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Courtesy of Ultra RecordsThe ladies of Fifth Harmony continue to branch out with solo endeavors. Lauren Jauregui has teamed up with DJ-producer Steve Aoki for a new track featuring her solo vocals, called “All Night.”

"Working with Steve was such an incredible experience, I love his energy and am such a fan of what he brings to the music,” Lauren says in a statement.  “This song was so special to work on, perfecting and vocal producing, and writing. I can’t wait for the world to have it! So grateful to Steve for trusting me and my process."

The danceable track is about making an intense connection with someone and wanting to make it last.  “Got me paralyzed/I don’t think I can fight this/Why’s it feel so right?/Let’s keep this going all night,” she sings.

Aside from her work with Fifth Harmony, Lauren has also appeared on the Halsey track “Strangers” and a song with her rumored boyfriend, Ty Dolla $ign, called “In Your Phone.”

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Sølve Sundsbø/Vincent PetersKelly Clarkson is thrilled about singing with Pink on Sunday night's American Music Awards, not only because she's a huge fan, but because -- surprisingly -- the two have never really met before.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Kelly says, "Oh my gosh, I'm so excited...I think we met in passing, like, quickly on the Today show right after I won American Idol 15 years ago. But we didn't really talk."

As Kelly recalls, "She was talking to [Idol runner-up] Justin Guarini because they're both from Philly, and I guess went to the same school, I didn't really get to talk to her then."

And Kelly says she can't wait to sing with an artist who she admires so much.

"At the core, we both love great singers, we both love soulful music," she explains. "She's branched out just like me, in, like, singer-songwriter kinda country stuff or rock 'n' roll. We both love a lot of the same things."

Kelly also says she hopes the team-up, which will open the ABC telecast at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, will be as memorable for their fans as previous team-ups were for her.

"When I was a kid, I remember anytime two big singers would get together that people were fans of...I remember, like, Mariah and Whitney Houston did it," Kelly says.  She laughs, "I mean, not that we're Mariah and Whitney, but just for our generation, being two popular females with popular music."

Kelly also tweeted about the duet, "Gonna play it super cool whilst singing with @Pink this Sunday at the #AMAs. But know on the inside I will be freaking the &$@! out.”

To which Pink responded, "You're joking! I am humbly prepared to be outsung:) I adore you and I cannot wait."

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AJ NumanKaty Perry has apparently been denied entry into China ahead of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai on Monday.

Sources tell the New York Post’s Page Six that Katy was set to perform at the show, but was rejected when she applied for a visa to enter the country. Her denial apparently stems from a 2015 incident in which she wore a dress decoraged with sunflowers – the symbol of anti-China protesters – during her concert in Taiwan.

Page Six reports that some models, including Gigi Hadid, were also banned for walking in the show due to social media posts which Chinese officials deemed offensive.

Gigi was allegedly banned for a February Instagram video in which she held up a cookie shaped like Buddha and imitated the religious figure’s expression by squinting her eyes.

She tweeted on Thursday, “I’m so bummed I won’t be able to make it to China this year. Love my VS family, and will be with all my girls in spirit!!”

Harry Styles and Miguel are rumored to be performing at the fashion show, which airs November 28 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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Harley WeirCan’t get enough Harry Styles? You can watch him rock out this weekend in a new live concert special on Apple Music.

Harry Styles: Behind the Album -- the Performances premieres today, featuring Harry performing all 10 tracks from his self-titled debut album. It’s an extended look at the performances from his Behind the Album special, which came out May 15.

He and his band perform the set live from the famous Abbey Road Studios in London. In a clip from the special, available on YouTube, Harry jams to his song “Kiwi.”

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Natasha BelikoveLindsey Stirling's holiday album Warmer in the Winter came out last month, and the single "Christmas C'mon," featuring Becky G, has been out for a while too.   But the festive video for the track has just arrived, featuring Lindsey showing off some of her Dancing with the Stars skills.

In the clip, Lindsey is a violin-playing tin solider doll in a gift box, while Becky is a Barbie-like fashion doll in a plastic display box, complete with accessories like a blow dryer and a hairbrush.  Both women exit their boxes, and Becky starts singing while Lindsey dances and plays the violin. At one point, a male G.I. Joe-type doll is freed from his box and joins in the fun.

In the clip, the Dancing with the Stars finalist displays some fancy footwork, including what looks like a jive.  You'll find out next week if she and her partner Mark Ballas take home the Mirror Ball trophy on ABC's Dancing with the Stars. She and Becky G will perform "Christmas C'mon" on the finale Tuesday night.

Lindsey's also out on tour in support of Warmer in the Winter.


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Universal Music Latin Entertainment/Republic RecordsIt's been a great 24 hours for Luis Fonsi.

First, the Puerto Rican singer swept the Latin Grammys Thursday night, with his smash "Despacito" winning in four categories:  “Record of the Year,” “Song of the year,” “Best Urban Fusion/Performance” and “Best Music Video Short Version.”  Luis also closed the show with a performance of "Despacito" done in four different musical styles, including a dance remix with Diplo.

Now Friday, Luis and Demi Lovato release their collaboration, "Echame La Culpa," or "Blame Me," as well as the video for the track.  It was directed by Carlos Perez, who also helmed the record-breaking clip for "Despacito."

In a statement, Luis says of working with Demi, "What thrilled me the most was her desire to sing in Spanish and how perfectionist she was with the pronunciation of the lyrics.” 

For her part, Demi says of Fonsi, "He was not only extremely grateful, sweet [and] outgoing, but...also patient with my Spanish, which is really refreshing because I was worried that it was not going to be good...but it turned out OK and I was really grateful for him that he was able to be there and he was very supportive."

Luis continues his Love and Dance World Tour on November 19 with a series of European shows in Russia, Latvia, Serbia, Croatia, France, Germany and the Netherlands.

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Republic RecordsJessie J tackles self-empowerment and body positivity in her new song, “Queen”

The R&B-tinged jam includes encouraging messages to women who may not feel like they’re good enough. In the song, Jessie repeats the mantra, “I love my body/I love my skin/I am a goddess/I am a queen.”

Jessie explains the inspiration behind the song, telling her fans in a statement, “I wrote this song because we ALL need to remind ourselves more out-loud how beautiful we are inside out. Simple. This isn’t just another song for me this is a way of thinking and a mantra we all deserve. Thank you for your unconditional love and support. I love you all.”

“Queen” is the first official single off Jessie J's upcoming album. R.O.S.E, due in 2018.

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Legacy RecordingsThis week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Whitney Houston's soundtrack for The Bodyguard.  Today, to mark the occasion, Sony Legacy Records and Houston's estate are releasing Whitney Houston -- I Wish You Love: More from The Bodyguard.  And the original album's producer, Clive Davis,  says this sequel is one that's definitely warranted.

"It is the best-selling soundtrack of all time," the legendary music mogul tells ABC Radio. "The original is now [at] over 45 million copies worldwide...so that it should be celebrated and it should be re-explored. And this brand new album has all the brand new different versions of that great song in really an impeccable and indomitable way."

"That great song" Davis is referring to is, of course, Whitney's smash #1 hit "I Will Always Love You."  But there's a lot more as well.

"This album brings in versions -- film versions -- of the songs," explains Clive. "Remixes of it. You get the great Whitney performing the great material: 'I Have Nothing,' 'Run to You'...'I'm Every Woman,' 'Queen of the Night,' 'Jesus Loves Me.'"

On Sunday night's American Music Awards, Christina Aguilera will honor Whitney by doing a special performance of songs from the Bodyguard soundtrack.

"I'm thrilled...[that] there's going to be a segment on the American Music Awards where she pays tribute to Whitney -- a very deserved honor," Davis says of Christina's segment. "I think as more gets to be revealed -- after the tabloid-al fever -- you will get to see that other side of Whitney, which was so unique, so powerful."

The 2017 American Music Awards airs this Sunday, November 19, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Getty Images via ABCRihanna's first makeup collection, Fenty Beauty, is such a hit with fans that it's been named one of TIME's 25 Best Inventions of 2017

The singer and mogul tells the magazine that she set out to create the line because it was "important that every woman felt included in this brand." 

"I've had my makeup done thousands of time, and when it comes to foundation, you just never know how it's going to turn out. We are all so different, with our own unique skin tones, so we started with the 40 foundation shades out the gate," she adds. 

Even knowing how important Fenty Beauty would be for women of all skin tones, RiRi says that the overwhelmingly positive response to the collection has shocked her.

As she explains, "I never could have anticipated the emotional connection that women are having with the products and the brand as a whole."

"Some are finding their shade of foundation for the first time, getting emotional at the counter. That's something I will never get over." 

And Rihanna tells Time that when it comes to the world of cosmetics, she's just getting started.

"The options are pretty much unlimited in the world of beauty, and I love challenges," she says. 

"So I'm going to continue to have fun and push the boundaries in this industry." 

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Dick Clark ProductionsGoing into Sunday night's American Music Awards, Bruno Mars is the leading nominee with eight nods.  But it's the musical performances that fans want to see, and according to this year's host and producers, there'll be no shortage of memorable, touching and even "insane" moments.

Those unmissable moments will start right away, with Kelly Clarkson and Pink opening the show with a duet.  "I’m not gonna say what it is -- all I’m saying is you must not miss the opening," raves AMA producer Larry Klein.

"It is quite emotional, it’s an amazing thing," he adds. "It’s two people who have never worked together but have admired one another for many years, and that opening is something that everybody should watch."

"It’s [Kelly's] 15th anniversary of winning American Idol, so she’s gonna throw it back to her very first hit, as well as doing her newest single," AMA producer Mark Bracco tells ABC News. "And then Pink...is doing something that has never been done before...and it’s insane in the best possible way."

Selena Gomez's appearance is sure to be memorable as well. "This is her first performance in a year because she had her kidney transplant," Bracco says. "I think it’s gonna be a very emotional night for her, getting back on the stage and performing...the world premiere of her new single."

Another highlight: Christina Aguilera will sing a medley of songs from Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard soundtrack, released 25 years ago this week.

black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross hosts the show, and she's most excited for the performance by her mom, the iconic Diana Ross, who'll receive this year's Lifetime Achievement Award.  In fact, she's asking people to make sure they watch long enough to catch it.

"There’s so much of an emphasis on youth, but to see a woman whose career has spanned so many decades, that is still performing, still on stage, still singing live, still looking gorgeous...it shows you what’s possible," she tells ABC News. "And people who’ve never seen her...it’s worth it!"

The American Music Awards  air live on ABC Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET.   Other performers include Niall Horan, Alessia Cara, Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga, Shawn Mendes, Hailee Steinfeld, Nick Jonas and many more.

Here the nominees in some of the top categories:

Artist of the Year
Bruno Mars
The Chainsmokers
Drake
Kendrick Lamar
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Female Artist - Pop/Rock
Alessia Cara
Lady Gaga
Rihanna

Favorite Male Artist - Pop/Rock
Bruno Mars
Drake
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Duo or Group - Pop/Rock
The Chainsmokers
Coldplay
Imagine Dragons

Favorite Album - Pop/Rock
Bruno Mars -- “24K Magic
Drake -- “More Life”
The Weeknd -  “Starboy”

Favorite Song - Pop/Rock
The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey -- “Closer”
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber -- “Despacito”
Ed Sheeran -- “Shape of You”

New Artist of the Year presented by T-Mobile
James Arthur
Niall Horan
Julia Michaels
Post Malone
Rae Sremmurd

Collaboration of the Year presented by Xfinity
The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey -- “Closer”
DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne -- “I’m the One”
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber -- “Despacito”
Maroon 5 featuring Kendrick Lamar -- “Don’t Wanna Know”
The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk -- “Starboy”

Tour of the Year
Garth Brooks
Coldplay
U2

Video of the Year
Bruno Mars -- “That’s What I Like”
Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee -- “Despacito”
Ed Sheeran -- “Shape of You”

Favorite Artist - Rap/Hip-Hop
Drake
Kendrick Lamar
Migos

Favorite Album - Rap/Hip-Hop
Drake -- More Life
Kendrick Lamar -- DAMN.
Migos -- Culture

Favorite Song - Rap/Hip-Hop
DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne -- “I’m the One”
Kendrick Lamar -- “HUMBLE.”
Rae Sremmurd featuring Gucci Mane -- “Black Beatles”

Favorite Male Artist - Soul/R&B
Bruno Mars
Childish Gambino
The Weeknd

Favorite Female Artist - Soul/R&B
Beyoncé
Kehlani
Rihanna

Favorite Album - Soul/R&B
Bruno Mars -- 24K Magic
Childish Gambino -- Awaken, My Love!
The Weeknd -- Starboy

Favorite Song - Soul/R&B
Bruno Mars -- “That’s What I Like”
Khalid -- “Location”
The Weeknd -- “Starboy”

Favorite Artist - Alternative Rock
Imagine Dragons
Linkin Park
twenty one pilots

Favorite Artist - Adult Contemporary
Bruno Mars
Shawn Mendes
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Artist - Latin
Daddy Yankee
Luis Fonsi
Shakira

Favorite Artist - Electronic Dance Music (EDM)
The Chainsmokers
DJ Snake
Calvin Harris

Top Soundtrack
Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2
Moana
Trolls

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Mike Windle/Getty Images for The Hollywood Christmas ParadeHoliday collaborators Band of Merrymakers and some American Idol favorites will be performing at the 86th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade this year.

The musical lineup for the Los Angeles parade will include members of the rotating Band of Merrymakers, like Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees, and Zach Barrett of American Authors.

Also performing at the event are American Idol season two winner Ruben Studdard and season 14 winner Nick Fradiani. CeeLo Green will be performing at the celebration as well.

The parade will take place on Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday, November 26 at 5 p.m. and air as a two-hour special on The CW on Friday, December 15 at 8p.m. ET/PT. Dr. Oz is the Grand Marshal this year.

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Adam SamuelsMachine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha have released their new collab off the soundtrack for Will Smith's new Netflix movie, Bright.

The three artists all approached the song -- called “Home” -- from an emotional place. Machine Gun Kelly says he was initially inspired to write his part of the song the day after Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington died.

“My original verses were a little too dark because of where my lyrics were stemming from, so I re-wrote and re-recorded my verses 13 times until we got the one we wanted,” he says.

MGK adds, “Bebe and X Ambassadors give me goosebumps when they start riffing back and forth at the end of the song; it feels like we all recorded it from the same emotional place. Home can be anything… A person, a dream, an escape -- whatever it is, we all want a home.”

Bright is a fantasy thriller set in an alternate present-day universe in which fairies, elves and other mythical creatures are real.  It follows two cops -- one human, played by Smith, and one orc, played by Joel Edgerton -- who team up to protect a deadly relic that can destroy the world.

Bright: The Album comes out December 13. The films premieres on Netflix December 22.

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Mert & MarcusJoseph Kahn is Taylor Swift's go-to video director: the two have made six together so far, including her two most recent,  "Look What You Made Me Do" and "...Ready for It."  Kahn has worked with many superstars in the past -- including Britney Spears -- but he says Taylor gets more criticism than anyone he's ever seen, and he doesn't know why.

Speaking to Vulture, Kahn says, "This is the most insane thing I have ever seen. She is genuinely a nice, cool, well-rounded, totally stable person, and society doesn’t know what to do with a woman like that! They really don’t! They need to knock her down!"

Kahn goes on: "I feel what’s happening is, they see this...super-secure, super-smart, eloquent woman who can talk for herself...I find that people are intimidated by it, and people resent it for some reason!  They need to see her bleed, and they’re trying to make her go crazy to see her come down."

But Kahn says Taylor refuses to be part of that narrative.

"She does not want to be another one of those stories of a girl getting who gets torn down by the media and suddenly rises on her feet again on the backs of everyone writing their think pieces about how great she is again," he says. "She’s not letting that process happen, and I applaud her for that."

Kahn also takes issue issue with Taylor being accused of secretly being pro-Trump, while Kanye West, who publicly supported the president, "gets a free pass."

"Can you imagine if Taylor had a photo of herself smiling with Trump? Donezo! Done!' he says. "Meanwhile, we look at Kanye and think, 'Oh no, he was just a little sick at the time.'”

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Image Group LA/ABCColdplay's giant world tour in support of their album A Head Full of Dreams finally came to a close Wednesday night in Buenos Aires, Argentina. By the end of the nearly two-year run, the tour had grossed a total of $523,033,675, which makes it the third-highest grossing world tour of all time.

The tour began on March 31, 2016 at the same Argentine venue. During the outing, Coldplay played a total of 114 shows in 31 countries, with multiple treks through North America, Latin America and Europe, as well as stops in Asia and Australia.

As for the highest-grossing world tour of all time, that would be U2's 360 tour, which took in over $730 million during its run from June 2009 to July 2011.  The Rolling Stones' 2005-2007 tour A Bigger Bang comes in at number two.

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Tyler Golden/NBCEvery season of The Voice, you can pretty much count on a performance from Adam Levine's band Maroon 5, and this season is no exception.

Adam and the guys will perform their latest top-10 hit, "What Lovers Do," during this coming Tuesday's live show.  That same night, 11 of the top 12 artists will learn they'll be moving on to the next round.

In other Maroon 5 news, the group's nominated for Collaboration of the Year at this Sunday night's AMAs.  The nod comes for their single "Don't Wanna Know," featuring Kendrick Lamar.  You can vote for it now via Twitter or at VoteAMAs.com.

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ABC/Rick RowellSo much for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez not being "officially" back together.

TMZ has a photo of the two in a lip-lock Wednesday at Justin's weekly hockey game in Los Angeles.  According to TMZ, Selena went to one of Justin's games a few weeks ago, but didn't smooch him in public as she did  Wednesday.

Ever since the two singers apparently rekindled their romance, they've been seen together frequently engaging in various activities, including going to church, eating breakfast and dinner, and riding bikes.

Sunday night, Selena is performing her new single "Wolves" on the American Music Awards.  As Selena noted in an Instagram post, this will be her first performance in more than a year.

"The AMAs have been a place where I’ve shared some of my most intimate moments," she writes. "'Heart Wants What it Wants,' after treatment and now 'Wolves.' This Sunday."

Will Justin be Selena's date on the AMAs red carpet?  Will he cheer her on from the audience? We'll have to wait and see.

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NBC Universal/Macy'sGwen Stefani is adding her own holiday magic to the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The singer, who last month released her first holiday album, You Make It Feel Like Christmas, will be performing “White Christmas” at the event.

Patti LaBelle will also be in attendance this year, riding The Cranberry Cooperative by Ocean Spray float.

As previously announced, other performers include Andy Grammer, 98 Degrees, Flo Rida, Goo Goo Dolls, Bebe Rexha and Sabrina Carpenter. Motown legend Smokey Robinson, Wyclef Jean and numerous country stars, including Cam, Lauren Alaina and Dustin Lynch, will also be participating.

The 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, hosted by Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker, will air November 23 beginning on NBC at 9 a.m. in all time zones.  The show will encore at 2 p.m.

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