Katy Perry y Taylor Swift llevan su amistad al siguiente nivel.







El último videclip de Taylor Swift, de su single You Need To Calm Down, se centra en apoyar a las personas del colectivo LGTBI y en él aparecen Ellen DeGeneres, RuPaul y el elenco de la serie Queer Eye de Netflix. Más adelante, también veremos a Cardi B, Adele, Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga y Beyonce… pero la sorpresa mayúscula es la presencia de Katy Perry, abrazando a Taylor mientras una estaba vestida de hamburguesa y la otra de patatas fritas. Tras en lanzamiento del vídeo, las dos cantantes compartieron capturas de pantalla en las redes sociales. Katy escribió «Esta comida no tiene carne», mientras que Taylor puso «Happy Meal». El odio entre Taylor y Katy se remonta a 2012 y el motivo de la discordia son tres bailarines. Según contó TMZ, el pleito empezó cuando estos miembros del elenco de Swift abandonaron a la intérprete para unirse a la gira de Perry. La disputa terminó la semana pasada cuando firmaron la tregua con un plato de galletas. Durante estos años, se han dedicado a mandarse indirectas con canciones. Se piensa que en Bad Blood de Taylor se habla sobre Perry, mientras que Swish Swish es un dardo envenenado a Swift. No obstante, Perry reveló en marzo que estaría «abierta» a trabajar con la cantante de ME!, según una entrevista que hizo con Entertainment Tonightdurante los premios iHeartRadio Music Awards.


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Jennifer Lopez Launches ‘It’s My Party World Tour,’ See The Photos & Setlist


The diva kicked things off with her latest single “Medicine.” From there, the hits kept coming. Fans in the audience were treated to “Love Don’t Cost A Thing,” “Get Right,” “Dinero” and “I’m Real” one after another. So many bops, so little time. Of course, “Jenny From The Block” and “On The Floor” made the cut alongside some highlights from her Spanish collection including “El Anillo” and last year’s “Te Guste.” There’s also a couple of covers including one of Sara Bareilles’ “Gravity.”

The first leg of the It’s My Party World Tour runs through July 27 and is looking like one of the hottest summer tours of 2019. Check out ticket info here. But before doing that, scroll through a gallery of photos from opening night up top and check out the setlist below.

It’s My Party World Tour Opening Night Setlist


“Love Don’t Cost A Thing”

“Get Right”


“I’m Real”

“Ain’t It Funny”

“Jenny From The Block”

“If You Had My Love”



“Gravity” – Sara Bareilles cover


“Ain’t Your Mama”

“All I Have”

“Hold It Don’t Drop It”

“Te Boté” – Nio García cover

“Te Guste”

“El Anillo”

“Waiting For Tonight”

“Dance Again”

“On The Floor”

“Let’s Get Loud”

Taylor Swift Reveals The Cover & Release Date Of 7th LP, ‘Lover’


Taylor Swift hopped on Instagram live this afternoon (June 13) to drop a pop bombshell. Namely, the title and release date of her 7th album. Lover arrives on August 23 and it boasts a pastel-colored cover shot by Valheria Rocha. As usual, the 29-year-old is going above and beyond when it comes to packaging. (Never forget the Reputationmagazines!) The album will boast four different deluxe editions, which will be released exclusively via Target. They come with audio memos, a poster, a lyric book and other exclusive content.

As for the tracklist, we know that Lover will contain “ME!,” the album’s Brendon Urie-assisted lead single, as well as a track called “You Need To Calm Down.” The latter is expected to drop at midnight. It will be interesting to see of TS7 matches the blockbuster first-week sales of Reputation. “ME!” is undoubtedly a hit, but not of the same proportion as “Look What You Made Me Do” or “Shake It Off.” However, the multiple deluxe editions and merch bundles will help its cause. See the cover of Lover and pre-order your copy below.

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Taylor Swift Just Revealed All The Celebrities Who Will Appear In Her Upcoming Video:


Taylor Swift’s «You Need To Calm Down» video premieres tomorrow (!!!), but the singer just released a teaser with a BIG reveal: The video’s gonna have approximately one billion famous people in it.

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In a short clip shared by Swift on Sunday morning, fans got a sneak peek at some of the many, many celebrities slated to appear.

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«Asked a few friends to be in the ‘You Need To Calm Down’ video 😄,» she wrote.

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So who are some of the famous faces in the video? Let’s do a quick rundown…

Ellen DeGeneres.

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Ryan Reynolds.

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Laverne Cox.

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Karamo Brown.

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Antoni Porowski.

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Jonathan Van Ness.

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Tan France.

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Bobby Berk.

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Billy Porter.

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Gary Gershoff

Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

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Justin Mikita.

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Adam Lambert.

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Todrick Hall.

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Hayley Kiyoko.

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Adam Rippon.

Chester Lockhart.

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Dexter Mayfield.

Hannah Hart.

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And, according to Swift, there are somehow gonna be MORE.

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