Calvin Harris has confirmed a new high-profile single, “Slide,” featuring Frank Ocean and Migos. The collaboration marks a rare appearance for Ocean and his first new music since the release of last year’s albums Endless and Blonde. Harris, Ocean, Quavo, and Offset are all listed as writers on “Slide” and all of the song’s instrumentation was performed by Harris at God’s Eyes and Chalice Recording studios in Los Angeles.
Top Gear host Matt LeBlanc has been forced to deny eating horse penis with his co-presenters on the motoring show’s new series. LeBlanc said he and Harris tucked into the local delicacy but fellow presenter Reid "sensibly didn't", because "he didn't want to be violently ill". Harris explained: "I made a joke around the fact that some of it may well have been (horse penis) as some of it looked like it.
Speculation is growing over whether or not the Foo Fighters will announce a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival after a plane was reportedly spotted at Worthy Farm. The US group teased fans earlier this week when they sent out “boarding cards” for a fictitious “Obelisk Airlines”. The band’s website is also showing a departure board displaying their confirmed tour dates with one date tagged as “PENDING” alongside a line of jumbled letters.
Frank Lampard looks to have found his calling after retiring from football. Lampard stepped in to play the vicar after getting ordained earlier today. Street-Porter shunned a wedding dress in favour of red trousers and trainers as she was walked down the aisle with her ‘bridesmaid’ Coleen Nolan before taking her place in front of a mirror.
Katy Perry goes on a futurist roller coaster ride in the brand new video for single Chained to the Rhythm. The US pop star has bubblegum pink hair and a white sci-fi-inspired outfit in the typically-colourful video, released on Tuesday. Joined by Skip Marley, who features on the track, the video sees Perry take a tour of the surreal Oblivia theme park, which isn’t all that it seems.
Katy Perry's new single 'Chained to the Rhythm' has pretty clear references to the political climate, with the hook discussing how we're all living in a comfortable "bubble" as the clock ticks down to "the empire".
Kate Nash, who dictated the way in which a whole generation pronounces the word "bitter", is in full voice at London’s Village Underground. A black and white montage featuring spliced footage of Nash is accompanied by Lesley Gore’s ‘You Don’t Own Me’ as the London native arrives onstage. ‘Do-Wah-Do’ and ‘OMyGod!’ followed before ‘Birds’ and ‘We Get On’ takes the audience back to Made of Bricks, the studio album that threw Nash into the public spotlight.
Kris Jenner fought back tears as she broke her silence on her daughter Kim Kardashian’s “devastating” robbery in Paris. Kardashian, 35, was bound, gagged and robbed of a reported £9 million worth of jewellery by a group of men at her apartment in the French capital last October.
With Triplicate, though, comes the twist that this is the 75-year-old's first triple album, a 30-track behemoth that while a novelty for Dylan (not including his mammoth box sets), is nowhere near the year's longest album, let alone quantity of music promised by one act. In length, Triplicate will be surpassed by 50 Song Memoir, an autobiographical marathon also due next month from US songwriter Stephin Merritt, recording as the Magnetic Fields (one track for each year of his life, most full of his usual wit and panache). It is enough to make you wonder if the creative freedom afforded to artists by the decline in power of record companies has been entirely worthwhile.
This week I have been totally spoilt once again by Mercedes-Benz for London Fashion Week. It’s safe to say that it has enabled me to get SO much done and of course made the whole LFW experience an absolute pleasure! The golden, glowy look and nude lips was by Tom Ford and the dewy glow with bright red lips was by Secret Spa.
Foodies who tweeted Gordon Ramsey pictures of their dinner over the weekend were showered with hilarious insults from the Hells Kitchen star.
Piers Morgan has accused Scarlett Moffatt of ending her parents’ career after they were dropped from Gogglebox. The family were axed ahead of the new series of the Channel 4 show after Moffatt left following her I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here win. Entertainment editor Richard Arnold joked: “I heard she’s bought a mock Tudor mansion in Berks, a sit down mower and her parents are actually sleeping in a car outside, it’s that awkward.