The 2017 Grammy nominations were announced this morning, and people naturally already have a lot of feelings (No Zayn for Best New Artist?).
As expected, many of the top categories will come down to Beyonce vs. Adele (give or take a Drake). Smart money should be on Beyonce to have the slightest edge. Queen Bey has never won Album of the Year, and the Grammys will likely want to acknowledge her most substantial work.
Beyond the Album of the Year showdown, here are the big storylines coming out of this morning’s Grammy nominations.
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Justin Bieber, who is not a big fan of people screaming while he performs, is currently plotting his first ever stadium tour.
Bieber will hit the road again in North America following his rocky Purpose tour at the end of the summer in 2017, which should give him some time to hang out poolside and not Instagram before he returns to sing to the masses.
Bieber stopped by Ellen to make the announcement and show off his biceps.
The dates so far:
August 5 Pasadena, CA at Rose Bowl Stadium
August 12 Denver, CO at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Read more…
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Justin Bieber has, yet again, used his angelic voice to sing the song of one Ms. Taylor Alison Swift. “I Knew You Were Trouble,” specifically.
Now it is our duty to ask, what do mean, Justin?
Bieber, who has been avoiding social media to keep away from Satan, is still cool with using other people’s phones for selfies on occasion.
In a recent video (judging from his current, unbleached hair and baby bangs) that just emerged, he asks, “Is this a video?” And then he swiftly launches into the song. Read more…
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Justin Bieber has a pretty solid reason for not returning to Instagram — he is not the dark lord Satan.
“Instagram is for the devil,” he told the crowd in London at the last date of his Purpose Tour, explaining his exit from the social media platform. “I think hell is Instagram. I’m like 90 percent sure.”
When Biebs expands on his argument, it’s pretty damn convincing.
“We get sent to hell and we get locked in the Instagram server,” he said. “I’m stuck in the DMs. I’m trying to climb my way out and I can’t.” Read more…
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