Back in December the singer let fans know he would be taking a break from social media for some well deserved time off, but today he returns with an important message.
In a new video posted to Twitter, Sheeran promises to wear a red tutu and eat the most disgusting food in Japan (where he is currently traveling) fermented beans and sea snails.
It’s all for a good cause, encouraging folks to raise money for Red Nose Day, an initiative to help children living in poverty.
Beyonce was in Toronto earlier this week for her Formation tour & fed her crew with smoked meat from one of her favourite Toronto deli’s – Caplansky’s! Queen B ordered $3,500 worth of their famous smoked meat sandwich – that’s about 180 sandwiches!
Justin Bieber is being sued by an indie pop artist named White Hinterland over a vocal riff that he used for his hit song “Sorry.” TMZ reports that Hinterland claims the “unique characteristics of the female vocal riff” from her 2014 song “Ring the Bell” are the same as those used on Bieber’s track. Eight seconds of the “Ring the Bell” riff are allegedly used six times in Bieber’s “Sorry.” Hinterland says she warned Bieber’s camp to stop using the strikingly similar vocals, but was ignored.
Nickelback is among the dozen or so performers at the Fire Aid Concert, to be held Wednesday, June 29 at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium. Between 40,000 and 45,000 seats will be available.
The concert will also feature Blue Rodeo, Corb Lund, Dean Brody, The Rankin Family, Dallas Smith, Brett Kissel, Randy Bachman with The Sadies, Ian Tyson, Alan Doyle and the Beautiful Gypsies, Dear Rouge, and High Valley.
Tickets will cost $35, $60 and $99 and will go on sale May 30 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
Movies out this weekend: