Harry Styles got his groove on at Ariana Grande's London show! He also spent some time chatting with Millie Bobby Brown. Harry Styles was an unexpected highlight of Ariana Grande's London concert on Aug. 17. The former One Direction member, 25, was spotted dancing the night away in the audience, which was luckily caught on camera much to his fans' delight. At one point, Harry was spotted grooving to Ari's song “Break Your Heart Right Back.” One fan tweeted the fun video alongside the caption, “harry dancing break your heart right back is so cute…. btw i need a picture of u two @ArianaGrande.” True! Unfortunately, a photo of Ariana and Harry backstage hasn't come out yet. Harry wasn't the only
O2 Arena, London Grande's vocals are given the spotlight in a show that's refreshingly understated ... for a gig involving a neon limousine, cascading bank notes and a re-creation of The Last Supper Sun 18 Aug 2019 08.59 EDT Last modified on Sun 18 Aug 2019 15.55 EDT 3 / 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. Ariana Grande first appears at the centre of a tableau of dancers based on Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper – albeit a last supper at which the diners suddenly start climbing on the table, waving their thong-clad bums in the air and pretending to cop off with each other. It's both a striking opening and an anomaly, a rare moment of visual spectacle in a show that feels remarkably understated and restrained.
Drake is back at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with Care Package and logs his 200th appearance on the Billboard Hot 100. Plus, Ariana Grande, Lil Nas X, Tool and more make new chart headlines. Here are 13 things to know about the charts this week. 1. In the latest edition round of Five Burning Questions, Billboard staffers discuss Drake's Care Package and his latest chart achievements. Click here for the roundtable. 2. Drake makes history as the first soloist to notch at least 200 total entries on the Hot 100. Click here for the story. 3. Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, rules the Hot 100 for a record-extending 19th week, while Ariana Grande and Social House's "Boyfriend" debuts
Plus, HAIM celebrates Ugg's new shoes and Lil Wayne collabs with American Eagle. Partners in Design highlights the latest design collaborations with a Hollywood bent, from brands teaming up with stars to new pairings between industry-loved brands and film- or TV-focused product lines. Brahmin Stylist Micaela Erlanger has added Brahmin's luxury handbags to the looks of many clients, including Lupita Nyong'o and Lucy Hale. For the company's Fall 2019 line, Erlanger curated a selection of bags in styles called the Ella, Evie, Faith, Ingrid and Priscilla ($265 to $515). The totes, crossbodies and smaller silhouettes come in alligator-style embossed leather and lots of red, which the stylist calls
The Grammy Award-winning singer's new scent, which is named after her hit track of the same name, will be released exclusively on Ulta.com August 1, before rolling out in the US and Canada on September 1. The fragrance, which was created by the perfumer Jerome Epinette at Robertet, features top notes of white pear and wild raspberry, a heart of crème de coconut and pink rose petals, and base notes of macaroon sugar and a textured musk. It comes presented in a pink bottle contained within a broken heart case, and is the latest scent to come from Grande's ongoing partnership with Luxe Brands.
FOMO is real, guys, and stars get it too! Ariana Grande was the latest victim when she chanced upon this photo of BLACKPINK's Jennie, Lisa, Rosé and Jisoo along with her producer Tommy Brown on Instagram. Brown is a long-time collaborator of Grande's, having worked with her on her latest Sweetener album and on hits such as "7 Rings" and "Thank U, Next". Brown posted a photo that he took with the BLACKPINK girls in a photo booth, along with the caption, "New member of @blackpinkofficial I know I'm your favorite". But the comments were where things got interesting. Jisoo playfully wrote, "welcome", in a nod to Brown's reference as the new member of their group, and Grande was quick to jump in as
Perry described how she and her actor husband, dining with his eight-year-old son Flynn, saw Grande at a restaurant.