FONSECA SHOW MUSIC NEWS 11/21/17

Radar Online claims Selena Gomez is worried The Weeknd will do a tell-all interview about their relationship. A source tells the site; “She’s terrified he’ll do a sit-down interview, spilling intimate details about their romance and how badly she screwed him over. Abel’s very angry and vengeful right now, his hatred for Justin is off the charts and not a day goes by he doesn’t go on the warpath. He’s a sensitive guy, there have been a lot of tears, and his main source of comfort has been to talk about it with friends. The next step will be going public, and Selena’s terrified.”

Billy Eichner tells E! News that he is looking forward to singing with Beyonce in the remake of The Lion King. “I was freaking out. I mean, the cast is amazing. Me and Seth Rogen are Timon and Pumbaa, so we do ‘Hakuna Matata’ and then we also sing ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight’ with Simba and Nala, who are going to be voiced by Donald Glover and someone who is named Beyoncé.”

Shawn Mendes tells Billboard magazine that he wants to record with John Mayer. ”We talk a lot, we’ve become really good friends. I kind of consider him to be a mentor of mine a little bit, and yeah, I think so. We never are in the same place at the same time which kinda sucks but we will.”

Nick Jonas tells Entertainment Tonight that he would be willing to be his brother Joe’s best man at his wedding. “I think my brother Kevin, when he got married, he had all of us be the best men. That’s kind of the diplomatic approach, but I don’t know. It’s up to him. If he wants me to sing, I’ll sing, but I kind of just want to be able to enjoy the night and dance my a** off.”

Gwen Stefani tells Marie Claire magazine that she likes hanging with Blake Shelton’s family. “It’s very tribal. Blake has a sister, she comes with her kids. We cook and get muddy and dirty. There are ATV’s. Being a mother of three boys, it’s kind of the perfect place. Everything is real now, whereas before, things didn’t seem so real.”

Bruno Mars tells Parade Magazine that he became a fan of Elvis as a youngster. “As a kid, I didn’t know what he was singing about, it was just the fact that he got the girls screaming. That’s what I was freaking out about, like, ‘Man, all I gotta do is shake my leg? I want to do that one day!’”

CMT claims Kesha and Old Crow Medicine Show are doing a CMT Crossroads special on the country channel on December 6th.

Kesha says; “I grew up on country music, it was the first music I sang, listened to and wrote as a child, and I’m especially stoked to be collaborating with Old Crow Medicine Show. I’ve always admired early country artists such as Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Gram Parsons and Loretta Lynn and the outlaw attitude of some of those early country artists who helped create rock ‘n’ roll. To me, Old Crow Medicine Show epitomizes that attitude and wildness while also being amazing songwriters and performers.”

Imagine Dragons star Dan Reynolds tells The Standard that he was a high school geek. ”I hadn’t come into my own — I basically was a band geek. I played in a jazz band, I never played sports. Music was an escape from the world for me. I would go home and record songs. I was a skinny teen with Coke bottle glasses — this was the early Nineties so it was not cool to wear geek glasses. It’s about being proud of who I was — and acceptance of yourself. I’ve always believed that angst leads to good art.”

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