Dish Nation claims Taylor Swift’s next CD may feature political overtones. A source tells the show; “Times are changing for Taylor. The focus of her songwriting is not about addressing the truth about her former boyfriends, but instead attacking the political landscape, and in particular, Donald Trump. She feels that the subject of what is happening to her country is such a huge issue among her friends that these matters need to be addressed. Taylor has always been brilliant at setting agendas in her music and tapping into what her fans care about. Her views could really ignite the younger generations into taking a greater look at their government. Of course Taylor will write tunes about her emotions and touch on love, but this new direction is dominating her thought process at the moment.”
Blake Shelton trolled Adam Levine over the weekend by posting a picture of him giving a picture of Adam the middle finger. He captioned the shot with: ‘With so excited about Monday’s episode (The Voice)”
Alternative Press claims Twenty One Pilots star Tyler Joseph recently stunned a karaoke bar when he popped in with his wife and sang ”Stressed Out”. The couple streamed the performance on Instagram.
Ed Sheeran tells the Express and Star newspaper that fame has not changed him. “I still wear skater hoodies, jeans and skater shoes. I haven’t changed. Look at Taylor; she’s exactly like me. Taylor is someone who was put down for the whole of her teenage years and now she’s got the opportunity to win and she’s constantly winning.”
NME magazine recently asked Shawn Mendes, ”What’s the strangest thing a fan has ever given you?” He said: “I once got a package delivered to my house that had a book in it. The book was describing how they’d used videos from Vine and Instagram to route from the house in front of my house that they saw in the video and pinpoint where my house was. They were from Norway or somewhere – these girls had figured out my address to send me this book. It was very harmless,but a little scary.”
Selena Gomez tells Nova FM that she regrets not going to her prom. “I wanted to go to prom and people are like, ‘Oh, you’d be disappointed.’ But I was like, ‘I want to go to prom!’ There’s a balance to life that I think is normal and I think what we do and what I love is, for me, normal. But it isn’t actually when you look at it. That is not how people should be brought up or raised, especially if you’re younger. So yes, sometimes [I miss having a normal life] but I don’t know any different.”