Newlyweds Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner gave fans an special peak into their lush honeymoon.
Over the weekend, the couple shared photos from their "magic" trip to the Maldives on Instagram, which includes a lavish resort on the water and an epic water slide. First, the Game of Thrones star posted a series of photos that see her husband lounging in the ocean, bike riding in the jungle and eating some sushi. Aww!
"Paradise," she said on the post, "such a magical place."
Fans have caught Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello sharing a kiss at a restaurant, now fueling the rumors that the sweet pair could be dating.
A fan account shared the video of Mendes and Cabello eating at a cafe in San Fransisco on July 13.
In the video, Mendes is seen putting his arm around Cabello and giving her a kiss. Yesterday, the pair were then spotted out and about at a restaurant for breakfast and strolling along the Golden Gate Bridge.
Mendes is in town to perform at two shows on July 13 and 14. During one of his fan Q&A sessions ahead of a previous concert, a fan asked Mendes if he was dating Cabello. Mendes shook his head saying no.
In a new interview with Clash, Cabello told the outlet that Mendes is a rare find. “I feel like it’s so rare to meet someone in this industry and find a person of that quality, and I feel like Shawn is that person for me," she said.
The pair's collaboration on "Señorita" is climbing the charts globally and is currently the No. 1 song in the U.K.
Watch the video of the kiss below!
Little Mix members participated in Heart's Spill The Tea where they revealed which celebrity friends they've drunk dialled and texted.
Perrie Edwards picked out a question from the teapot and asked the ladies, "Who is most likely to send an embarrassing text?"
Jesy Nelson then raised her hand and confessed, "I sent one to Ariana [Grande] when I was drunk." The girls look shocked before Jade Thirlwall asked for an explanation.
"It was in that group chat, don’t you remember?" Nelson asked the girls. "Oh s***, what did you say again?" Thirlwall questioned.
Nelson then explained how it went down. "It was just words, it was just letters, I was just sending letters." Nelson then revealed that Grande did reply to the series of drunk texts. "She did [reply], she just sent a loads of laughing faces."
That isn't the only famous friend the ladies of Little Mix have drunk dialed. "Didn’t you call TS [Taylor Swift] once when you were drunk?" Edwards asked Nelson.
Thirlwall then admitted that it was her and not Nelson. "That was me, I tried calling Taylor when I was drunk," Thirlwall confessed. "Needless to say she didn’t get back to me," she laughed.
Liam Payne poses for a cheeky naked picture taken by famed fashion photographer, Mert Alas â and the image posted on Alas' Instagram leaves VERY little to the imagination.
The black and white image shows Payne sitting in a chair, naked, posing for the camera. Alas captioned the photo, "get [off] my chair," teasing that the official image(s) would be "coming soon."
The internet swiftly quickly began sharing the photo. Alas shared an Instagram Story of a fan post that compared Payne's image to an image Alas previously took of Kate Moss, who is also naked in a similar, if not the exact same chair Payne is seen sitting in.
See Liam Payne in his sultry pose, below.â
Beyoncé has released a long-awaited new song, "Spirit," inspired by her role of Nala in Disney's The Lion King remake. "Spirit" is featured on the official soundtrack for the film and is also the first song from the upcoming album Beyoncé produced and curated, The Lion King: The Gift.
“This is sonic cinema,” Beyoncé said in a press release. “This is a new experience of storytelling. I wanted to do more than find a collection of songs that were inspired by the film. It is a mixture of genres and collaboration that isn’t one sound. It is influenced by everything from R&B, pop, hip hop and Afro Beat.”
Beyoncé also explained in a interview that she wanted to tie the film into the music. “I wanted to put everyone on their own journey to link the storyline,” she continued. “Each song was written to reflect the film’s storytelling that gives the listener a chance to imagine their own imagery, while listening to a new contemporary interpretation. It was important that the music was not only performed by the most interesting and talented artists but also produced by the best African producers. Authenticity and heart were important to me.”
The track list and featured artists on the album will be announced at a later date.
The film's soundtrack will release on July 11, while The Lion King: The Gift will release on July 19. The Lion King film hits theaters on July 19.
Listen to Beyonce's new song, "Spirit," below: