25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele has had to restart a song during her Glastonbury headline set after singing the words wrong. She halted 'River Lea' very shortly into it and asked her band if they could begin again. "Can we start that one again? I'm out of breath, I'm not used to all that dancing!" she said. "Also an excuse to wipe my sweaty top lip," she added. Even after she'd restarted it, she made mistakes, but didn't stop another time. "Shit, I get that wrong," she said at one point, before laughing it off and continuing. "That was the perfect time to fuck up a song," she joked afterwards, before heading down to the barrier to take a fez hat off a fan and put it on.
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele's Glastonbury headline set had to be stopped earlier for a fan who had been taken ill to be taken out of the crowd. The singer had just invited her second fan of the night up to the Pyramid Stage when her production manager came on stage and took the mic. "Can we make a path? There's somebody who's very ill out in the audience that we need to get out," he explained. "I hope they're okay," Adele said. "They've probably been moshing too hard to one of my songs or something." After talking to the audience for a short while, she said: "Let me know when that path's been done, I don't want to start a riot." She then continued her set with 'Set Fire To The Rain'. NME have asked Adele and Glastonbury's spokespeople for further comment.
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele used her Glastonbury Festival headline set to hit out at an ex-boyfriend. The Tottenham singer is currently closing out the second day of the festival on the Pyramid Stage. It is the first time she has topped the bill at the festival. During the set, Adele said to the crowd: "Do any of you have anyone in your life that you wish weren’t in it?" When few responded, she went on: "That’s fucking impossible there’s so few of you, how about you lot at the back? There must be more of you. I’ve had a lot of them, hence all my albums." Adele continued to speak about a guy who tried to win her back despite the fact that she "might as well be married and had a baby". "You live with your mother," she added, laughing. She then dedicated 'Send My Love (To Your New Lover)' to the individual. During the early stages of the performance, Adele exclaimed and told the crowd: "This is the best moment of my life". She also asked for the lights to shine on the audience so she could see the massive turnout. Elsewhere in the set, Adele changed the lyrics of 'Hello' as she kicked off her set - she changed the lyrics from "I'm in California dreaming" to "I'm in Glastonbury dreaming". "Fuck, you lot are amazing!" she exclaimed midway through the song, after laughing when the crowd started singing along at great volume. "I don't know what to say to you at the moment," she admitted after 'Hello' came to a close, before launching into 'Rumour Has It'. Adele also asked her Glastonbury audience if any of them had "had a shit" while waiting for her to come on. "Have any of you had a piss down the front?" she asked the crowd after the first few songs. "Have any of you had a shit?" As the crowd cheered, she exclaimed: "Oh my god, someone put their hand up! You had a shit?"
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele has brought a 10-year-old girl on stage with her during her Glastonbury headline slot. A few songs into the set, she asked the lighting technician to put the lights on the crowd so she could see them. "Keep the lights on," she instructed. "I want one of you to come up and say hello to me." She chose a young girl on the barrier, who was lifted onto the stage. Once up there Adele told the crowd: "Glastonbury means the world to me. I'm not even lying." She added to the fan: "I've coming to Glastonbury since I was your age, my darling girl." Adele brought up a young fan on stage! https://t.co/H7lypOUEtY— Adele Union (@AdeleUnion) June 25, 2016 She took the fan to the end of the stage to get a "selfie" taken. "Do you wanna take a picture of us up here unless your battery's dead?" Adele also asked the girl what her favourite colour was and who she was looking forward to seeing tomorrow, suggesting tomorrow night's headliners Coldplay. "I saw them recently in Barcelona. I don't know how they keep getting better and better," she said.
25 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Hamilton is giving Hillary Clinton supporters an additional opportunity to see the hit Broadway musical while also fundraising for the...
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele spoke of the honour of playing Glastonbury Festival as she headlined the Worthy Farm event this evening (Saturday, June 25). The Tottenham singer is currently closing out the second day of the festival on the Pyramid Stage. It is the first time she has topped the bill at the festival. During the early stages of the performance, Adele exclaimed and told the crowd: "This is the best moment of my life". She also asked for the lights to shine on the audience so she could see the massive turnout. Elsewhere in the set, Adele changed the lyrics of 'Hello' as she kicked off her set - she changed the lyrics from "I'm in California dreaming" to "I'm in Glastonbury dreaming". "Fuck, you lot are amazing!" she exclaimed midway through the song, after laughing when the crowd started singing along at great volume. "I don't know what to say to you at the moment," she admitted after 'Hello' came to a close, before launching into 'Rumour Has It'. Adele also asked her Glastonbury audience if any of them had "had a shit" while waiting for her to come on. "Have any of you had a piss down the front?" she asked the crowd after the first few songs. "Have any of you had a shit?" As the crowd cheered, she exclaimed: "Oh my god, someone put their hand up! You had a shit?"
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele asked her Glastonbury audience if any of them had "had a shit" while waiting for her to come on. She is currently headlining the festival on the Pyramid Stage. It is the first time she has topped the bill at the festival. "Have any of you had a piss down the front?" she asked the crowd after the first few songs. "Have any of you had a shit?" As the crowd cheered, she exclaimed: "Oh my god, someone put their hand up! You had a shit?" At the start of her set, she changed the words to 'Hello' from "I'm in California dreaming" to "I'm in Glastonbury dreaming". "Fuck, you lot are amazing!" she exclaimed midway through the song, after laughing when the crowd started singing along at great volume. "I don't know what to say to you at the moment," she admitted after 'Hello' came to a close, before launching into 'Rumour Has It'.
25 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
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25 June, 2016 - NME.com
The 1975's Matt Healy called the result of the EU referendum, which will see the UK leave the union, a "sentiment of anti-compassion". The frontman paused the band's set ahed of 'Loving Someone' to take the time to talk about how he felt about the decision. "This song is about compassion, and loving people, and I feel like as a young person I've got a responsibility to say something," he began. "What do I know, I don't fucking know anything. I'm a popstar in a suit, but what I feel, and I know what a lot of people my age feel is that there's this sentiment of anti-compassion that's spread across an older generation and voted in a future that we don't fucking want." As the crowd cheered loudly with approval, he continued: "And like I said, I know, I'm a popstar, what do I know, but it is appropriate for me to say that because I'm here, because we're at Glastonbury, and Glastonbury stands for fucking everything that our generation fucking wants. "Compassion, social responsibility, unity, community, everything like that. Fucking loving people. And I think that when you stand on a stage like this, in front of so many obviously beautiful, intelligent people, it's difficult to say nothing. I love you, Glastonbury, thank you so much for coming to our set." Later, Healy introduced 'If I Believe You' as being "about Jesus Christ. Big Jimmy C. That's why I'm wearing this [white] suit."
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Adele has changed the lyrics of 'Hello' as she kicked off her Glastonbury headline set. The Tottenham singer is currently closing out the second day of the festival on the Pyramid Stage. Opening with the first song from her latest album '25', she changed the lyrics from "I'm in California dreaming" to "I'm in Glastonbury dreaming". "Fuck, you lot are amazing!" she exclaimed midway through the song, after laughing when the crowd started singing along at great volume. "I don't know what to say to you at the moment," she admitted after 'Hello' came to a close, before launching into 'Rumour Has It'. Oh, hello. @Adele is onstage right NOW!
25 June, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Prior to the arena-filling premiere of Kanye West's provocative, voyeuristic "Famous" visual, the rapper spoke to Vanity Fair about the video, which features synthetic versions of West and wife Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift, Donald Trump and more naked in bed together. "It's not in support or anti any of [anyone in...
25 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Just a week after falling off the stage at one of his concerts, Justin Bieber sprained his ankle before Friday night’s show in Cincinnati, Ohio...
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Jarvis Cocker encouraged fans to sign a petition calling for a second EU referendum during a Glastonbury DJ set. The Pulp frontman was DJing at the festival's Stonebridge Bar with his bandmate Steve Mackey. The pair appeared under the name Desperate Sound System. During the set, which preceded Peep Show's Super Hans' own set, the duo played tracks like LCD Soundsystem's 'Losing My Edge', Iggy Pop's 'Lust For Life' and Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name Of'. Cocker held up a sign with the url of where the petition could be found online. At the end of the set he said: "I hope you all took pictures of that sign for where to sign the petition." Jarvis Cocker's Desperate Soundsystem bring some Rage Against The Machine to the Stonebridge Bar. A video posted by NME (@nmemagazine) on Jun 25, 2016 at 1:16pm PDT
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
James Corden was spotted watching The 1975 from the side of the stage at this year's Glastonbury Festival. The British band played the festival's Other Stage, with frontman Matt Healy speaking out against the Brexit win in the EU referendum. During the set, Corden was filmed by the BBC whilst clapping along at side stage. See that in the tweet below. Corden, love, is that you clapping along to @the1975? @JKCorden#bbcglasto pic.twitter.com/QKZ77kyKqa— bbcglasto (@bbcglasto) June 25, 2016 Matt Healy called the result of the EU referendum, which will see the UK leave the union, a "sentiment of anti-compassion". The frontman paused the band's set ahed of 'Loving Someone' to take the time to talk about how he felt about the decision. "This song is about compassion, and loving people, and I feel like as a young person I've got a responsibility to say something," he began. "What do I know, I don't fucking know anything. I'm a popstar in a suit, but what I feel, and I know what a lot of people my age feel is that there's this sentiment of anti-compassion that's spread across an older generation and voted in a future that we don't fucking want." As the crowd cheered loudly with approval, he continued: "And like I said, I know, I'm a popstar, what do I know, but it is appropriate for me to say that because I'm here, because we're at Glastonbury, and Glastonbury stands for fucking everything that our generation fucking wants. "Compassion, social responsibility, unity, community, everything like that. Fucking loving people. And I think that when you stand on a stage like this, in front of so many obviously beautiful, intelligent people, it's difficult to say nothing. I love you, Glastonbury, thank you so much for coming to our set." Later, Healy introduced 'If I Believe You' as being "about Jesus Christ. Big Jimmy C. That's why I'm wearing this [white] suit."
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Wolf Alice have described their debut appearance on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage as "one of the best things to happen" to them. The north London quartet performed at the festival for the third year in a row, playing on the main stage between Baba Maal and Madness. Speaking to NME afterwards, bassist Theo Ellis said he was feeling "elated" after their set. "It was honestly one of the best things that's ever happened to our band," he added. Frontwoman Ellie Rowsell said she expected the audience in front of them to be "way more sparse, so I was chuffed from the very beginning." The band's debut album 'My Love Is Cool' was released just days before Glastonbury 2015 and went on to chart at Number Two in the UK albums chart. Since, they've headlined sold out gigs at London's O2 Brixton Academy and O2 Forum. At the latter, they performed for four nights in a row. "We've got quite a few festivals after this so it's not quite the end," said Rowsell when asked if playing on the Pyramid Stage capped off the last 12 months on a high. "This was definitely a big moment, especially because it's almost exactly a year to the day since we released it so it's like a little celebration for us."
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
The Last Shadow Puppets duo Alex Turner and Miles Kane were spotted dancing along to Tame Impala during the latter band's Glastonbury Festival set. Arctic Monkeys frontman Turner and Kane performed at the Pyramid Stage, the festival's biggest stage, this evening (June 25) and were followed on the same stage by Aussie psych-rockers Tame Impala. During the BBC coverage of Tame Impala's set, the camera cut to Turner and Kane at the side of the stage, dancing to the band's song 'The Less I Know The Better'. Watch below. The Last Shadow Puppets covered David Bowie's 'Moonage Daydream' during their Glastonbury set earlier in the evening. They chose to perform 'Moonage Daydream' - first released by Bowie in 1971 and later re-recorded for his 'Ziggy Stardust' album - with Turner taking lead vocals for the cover as he prowled the stage, much to the delight of the huge crowd that had gathered to see his and Kane's side project perform this evening.
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Michelle Obama makes a cameo in a new preview clip of the revived Gilmore Girls series. The hit US show ended in 2007 with Rory Gilmore preparing to follow then presidential hopeful Barack Obama on the campaign trail as a political reporter. Nine years later, Obama is nearing the end of his second term as president and Rory is meeting up with Michelle Obama. The First Lady makes an appearance in a two-minute teaser released by Netflix on Friday (June 24). In the clip, Rory stops by the White House to bring the FLOTUS some reading material ahead of a trip to Liberia, Morocco and Spain. Just a couple of girls talking about books... (: michelleobama)https://t.co/CS48LB9fk7— Gilmore Girls (@GilmoreGirls) June 25, 2016 “I wasn’t sure about what mood you’d be in, so I brought all of Shakespeare ‘cause you can’t go wrong with the Bard,” Rory says. Obama makes the appearance to plug her husband’s ‘Let Girls Learn Initiative’ which aims to remove obstacles in the way of girls around the world to getting an education. She previewed the meet-up on Snapchat, having joined the social network earlier this week. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life premieres on Netflix this autumn, an exact date has yet to be announced.
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Chris Brown has responded to his appearance in Kanye West’s controversial new music video for ‘Famous’. The video features West and Kim Kardashian lying naked in a bed along with a nude wax model of the R&B singer and several other celebrities. “Why I gotta have the plumbers butt/ crack showing WAX figure?” Brown wrote on Instagram earlier today (June 25). “This n---a KANYE CRAZY, talented, but crazy.” Why I gotta have the plumbers butt/ crack showing WAX figure? This nigga KANYE CRAZY, talented, but crazy A photo posted by 1 (@chrisbrownofficial) on Jun 24, 2016 at 10:34pm PDT West premiered ‘Famous’ last night (June 24) before a sold-out crowd of 17,000 people at the Forum in Los Angeles. Whilst the video will be premiering on Sunday (June 26) at 6am on TIDAL, some sneak previews have offered a glimpse into the video's themes. This dude Kanye is on some other ish... What did I just watch #Famous pic.twitter.com/HdjGH9UPQ1— ‎SΛM (@sjmojo) June 25, 2016 Opening on a bed spread, the camera appears to reveal the likes of Taylor Swift, Amber Rose, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, Donald Trump, George W. Bush, Anna Wintour, Ray J, and Kanye himself. All naked. The video's aesthetic is said to be inspired by Vincent Desiderio’s painting 'Sleep'. West's track 'Famous' caused controversy when it was released on his 'The Life Of Pablo' album earlier this year because of the lyrics: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous." The rapper has since defended his lyrics about Taylor Swift, saying he is simply "telling the truth". Earlier this week it was also announced that West is to headline a new music festival in New York. Titled The Meadows, the event is being hosted by the team behind Governors Ball and will take place at Citi Field in the Queens borough of the city between October 1-2.
25 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
A 72-year-old New Hampshire woman who says Bill Cosby raped her in 1965 has withdrawn her civil defamation lawsuit against the comedian after a...
25 June, 2016 - NME.com
Marvel Studios and 20th Century Fox could be planning a superhero crossover movie. Between them, the two film studios are home to many comic-book favourites. Among Marvel Studios’s stable of characters are The Avengers, Thor and Ant-Man, while 20th Century Fox hold the rights to X-Men, Fantastic Four and Deadpool. A new rumour has suggested that the two studios have discussed collaborating on a film that will see their respective superheroes team up on the big screen for the first time. Press Matt Key, producer of director Kevin Smith’s Fatman on Batman podcast, claimed that Fox have reportedly expressed an interest in working with Marvel. “I’ve heard from a few of my sources, my little birds, that Fox and Marvel have… kind of talked, but not really, but like there’s interest from Fox, like, ‘Ooh, y’know, what they did with Sony and Spider-Man is actually pretty cool, like, maybe…,” he said on the latest episode of Collider Heroes. However, Key cautioned that “We’re years away from that ever possibly happening… but I think that’s what it would take… Fox joining hands with Marvel…” Earlier this year, Spider-Man appeared in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War following a deal with Sony Pictures, who own the movie rights to the character.
25 June, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Every month, Billy Joel performs in front of a sold out crowd at New York's Madison Square Garden. On Saturday night, the "Piano Man" singer took the stage at Huntington, New York's intimate Paramount for a surprise three-song set alongside Joel cover band Big Shot, who were performing at the venue. With...
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