Before turning to social media to share clip of him singing at a local church, the 'Sorry' hitmaker explains how engaging with his faith has helped him through hard times.
Along with Rapsody, the 'Going Bad' hitmaker is set to headline the concert in Chicago's Grant Park before the season-opening game between the city's Bears and the visiting Green Bay Packers.
Asked about the idea post-the Jonas Brothers' show in New York, the 'Sucker' singer recalls bumping into the 'We Belong Together' hitmaker during a meeting with London distributors for his tequila brand.
Fans of the 'Sicko Mode' hitmaker attack the female emcee by saying that their idol should be the one receiving the Best Rap Album at the 61st Grammys instead of her.
Although she labeled the 'Stronger' rapper 'blond and gone' on her new track, the 'Young and Beautiful' singer admits that she is grateful she has not heard from him over it.
Along with a photo of a yellow notepad with 'Jesus Is King' scribble, the 'Stronger' rapper's wife Kim Kardashian seemingly hints that it will include the tracks he performed at his Sunday Service.
Dubai radio personality Kris Fade describes the new song from the 'Mean Girls' star as 'unbelievable,' adding that it is about 'anxiety and pressure' and that 'there's a really cool message behind it.'
During the last stop of his 'Divide Tour', the British superstar compares his 18-month hiatus to 'breaking up with a girlfriend that you've been with for years.'
During a sit-down with talk show host Jerry O'Connell, the 'American Idol' alum explains why he is really happy that the 'You Need to Calm Down' singer stands up to the music mogul.
Teaming up with 'Peaky Blinders' creator Steven Knight, the estranged brother of Noel Gallagher releases the promo that features a host of family photos displayed on a moor near his hometown.
Should the rumors be true, the 'Spirit' singer will be the fourth black woman to host the annual event after Alicia Keys, Queen Latifah and Whoopi Goldberg.
Following closely behind the 'My Church' singer are The Brothers Osborne with four, while the likes of Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood land three.
Speaking about his experience performing in the Middle East, the rock band's frontman suggests that the fathers are 'probably not really into his vibe' because of his sexual orientation.
In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, the 'Me!' hitmaker shares her hope to do live performances in smaller, more intimate venues since 'Lover' is her most 'personal' album to date.
Pushing back the opening of her 'Madame X Tour' from mid-September to mid-October, the 'Material Girl' hitmaker vows to give fans 'the most unique, magical, and musical experience.'
'Luckiest guy alive..............,' one Instagram user comments underneath the RnB singer's Instagram post, while another fan echoes the sentiment by saying, 'Some Guys Have all the Luck.'
Topping the Forbes' list, the 'You Need to Calm Down' crooner earns $185 million between June 2018 and June 2019 which more than double the amount made by the 'Brown Skin Girl' singer.
Following the two stars is Taylor Swift who brings home two awards for her 'Lover' single 'You Need to Calm Down', which wins Video of the Year and Video for Good.
Kicked off with Kanye West's Sunday Service, the star-studded Gem City Shine block party is held to send messages of hope and resilience to those still reeling from the mass shooting.
Other notable performances at the Sebastian Maniscalco-hosted event include Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's rendition of their hit 'Senorita' and Missy Elliott's medley performance.